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“How to read Celalzade’s Histories: Narrative, Ideology, and Historiography”

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The following is a lecture by Dr. Kaya Sahin, an assistant professor in the Dept of History at Tulane University. His talk is entitled “How to read Celalzade’s Histories: Narrative, Ideology, and Historiography”. This lecture was part of the Symposium on Ottoman Historiography, “Editing the Past, Fashioning the Future,” on October 20th, 2009. The symposium was sponsored by the Indiana University New Frontiers in the Arts & Humanities Program. This lecture has been edited for length.

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"You are the Meaning behind Every Form:" Translating the Ghazals of Amir Khuss Row

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The following lecture was given on January 20, 2010 by Dr. Paul Losensky, an Associate Professor of Central Eurasian Studies and Comparative Literature at Indiana University, Bloomington. His talk is entitled “’You are the Meaning behind Every Form’: Translating the Ghazals of Amir Khuss Row” and was part of the 2009-2010 Central Eurasian Studies Colloquium.

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