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The Ottoman Conquest and Knowledge: A Transcultural History

When Jul 06, 2017 09:00 AM to
Jul 07, 2017 05:00 PM
Where Newnham College, Cambridge
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The aim of this conference is to further our understanding
of the ways in which knowledge was transformed, exchanged, diversified,
expanded, and suppressed during the period beginning with the Ottoman
conquest of the Eastern Mediterranean. The broad
(transcultural) scope of this conference is represented by scholars from
diverse fields who have been brought together to discuss the far-reaching
and varied impact of the Ottoman conquest.

For further information about the conference and attendance, please contact
the conference organiser, Dr Alexandra Vukovich, at av347@cam.ac.uk.

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