ANAMED Kütüphanesi ve Tarih Vakfı ortaklığında düzenlenen ANAMED Kütüphane Konuşmaları’nın Mart ayındaki konuğu Marinos Sariyannis, Zeynep Aydoğan, Feray Coşkun, Güneş Işıksel, B. Harun Küçük ve A. Tunç Şen – GHOST projesi

Tarih: 2 Mart 2021, saat 18:00 Garip vakalar, gizli bilimler ve büyü Osmanlı bilim ve kültür tarihi içinde yeni bir alan oluşturmaktadır. Bugün bizim için doğa ve doğaüstü çok net bir biçimde birbirinden ayrı alanlar olmasına rağmen modern öncesi kültürlerde bu sınır daha belirsizdi: Bir yandan bilinebilen ilebilinemeyen arasında, öte yandan da normal (döngüsel) süreç ile mucize (ya da keramet) arasındaki farklar daha önemliydi. Bu konuşmada, Rethymno’da (Girit) yürütülmekte olan GHOST projesi üzerinden Osmanlı’da doğaüstü denilen vakaların ve olayların algılanışı ele alınacaktır. Konuşmanın moderatörlüğü Marinos Sariyannis tarafından yapılacaktır. Konuşma uzaktan erişimle gerçekleşecektir. Konuşmaya kayıt olmak için lütfen linke tıklayınız. https://kocun.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_GKJK_ZbwRwWTyQEIV0uFgA…

Continue Reading ANAMED Kütüphanesi ve Tarih Vakfı ortaklığında düzenlenen ANAMED Kütüphane Konuşmaları’nın Mart ayındaki konuğu Marinos Sariyannis, Zeynep Aydoğan, Feray Coşkun, Güneş Işıksel, B. Harun Küçük ve A. Tunç Şen – GHOST projesi

Participation of Marinos Sariyannis at the Workshop “Early Modern Encyclopedism in South-Eastern Europe”, Freie Universität Berlin (Berlin, 17-18 February 2020)

Paper title: Mapping the knowledge of the world in Ottoman encyclopaedias

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Participation of Marinos Sariyannis at the Osmanistischer Studienkreis: “Sprache und Sprachen im Osmanischen Raum” (Bonn, 14-15 February 2020)

Paper title: Studying Ottoman views of the supernatural: languages and sources Available at: https://www.academia.edu/41939169/4th_Ottoman_Studies_Circle_4._Osmanistischer_Studienkreis_Bonn_14th-15th_February_2020

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Public lecture of Marinos Sariyannis: “Studying Ottoman views of the supernatural: the state-of-the-art and a research agenda”, Vienna, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften (2 October 2019)

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Continue Reading Public lecture of Marinos Sariyannis: “Studying Ottoman views of the supernatural: the state-of-the-art and a research agenda”, Vienna, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften (2 October 2019)

Participation of Marinos Sariyannis at the workshop “Renaissance – Baroque – Religious Humanism – Orthodox/Early Enlightenment: Periodization Problems in the History of Knowledge in Early Modern South-East Europe”, Freie Universität Berlin (Berlin 5-6 July 2019)

http://www.sfb-episteme.de/Listen_Read_Watch/Veranstaltungsarchiv/2019/C06_religioeser-humanismus.html

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Panel at the 22nd Symposium of the International Committee of Pre-Ottoman and Ottoman Studies (CIEPO), Sofia, Bulgaria, 11-14 September 2018

Ottoman perceptions of world and nature The panel aims to discuss Ottoman notions and belief systems concerning nature and the supernatural. What is really important in terms of social history is to see the field described as “supernatural” as an especially constructive vantage point to watch the interplay of different layers of culture representing varying social groups: thus, one may presuppose the existence of a “popular” or folk culture, as well as a Sufi culture, both slanting more towards a “magical” worldview, while ulema circles would seek to interpret (or, alternatively, reject) such traditions within a very rational and strict…

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