Institute for Mediterranean Studies
Lecture by Mostafa Minawi (Cornell) with the topic "Ethno-racial Differentiation Comes to Istanbul"

Lecture by Mostafa Minawi (Cornell) with the topic "Ethno-racial Differentiation Comes to Istanbul"

Lecture Series 2022-2023

On Wednesday 17th of May 20236 pm, at the Institute for Mediterranean Studies-FORTH (Melissinou and Nikiforou Foka 130, Rethymno), Mostafa Minawi will speak with the topic of "Ethno-racial Differentiation Comes to Istanbul".

Mostafa Minawi is associate professor of history at Cornell University. His first book titled The Ottoman Scramble for Africa: Empire and Diplomacy in the Sahara and the Hijaz was published in English by Stanford University Press in 2016, and it has been translated to Turkish and Arabic. His latest book and subject of this talk is Losing Istanbul: Arab-Ottoman Imperialists and the End of Empire, came out in late 2022. In addition to teaching history, Minawi is the director of the Critical Ottoman and Post-Ottoman Studies (CO+POS) initiative at Cornell University.

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Online Lecture on «Epistemic Authority and Traditions of Wisdom: Iamblichus on Non-Hellenic Myths» by Jan Opsomer

Online Lecture on «Epistemic Authority and Traditions of Wisdom: Iamblichus on Non-Hellenic Myths» by Jan Opsomer

Within the framework of the Research Project “Between Athens & Alexandria. Platonism, 3rd-7th c. CE” (2022-2024) supported by the A. S. Onassis Foundation, the IMS-FORTH, in collaboration with the Bibliotheca Alexandrina’s Center for Hellenistic Studies (ACHS), organises a monthly online lecture series on late antique Neoplatonism (3rd-7th c. CE).

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Online Lecture on «Porphyry, “Poet, Philosopher, and Priest”?» by Andrew Smith

Online Lecture on «Porphyry, “Poet, Philosopher, and Priest”?» by Andrew Smith

Within the framework of the Research Project “Between Athens & Alexandria. Platonism, 3rd-7th c. CE” (2022-2024) supported by the A. S. Onassis Foundation, the IMS-FORTH, in collaboration with the Bibliotheca Alexandrina’s Center for Hellenistic Studies (ACHS), organises a monthly online lecture series on late antique Neoplatonism (3rd-7th c. CE).

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