The first century of photography as history / Historicizing photography in (post-)Ottoman territories (1839 – 1939)

Du 19 au 21 juin à Istanbul (voir programme ci-dessous).

Ce workshop international est co-organisé l’Université du Bosphore, ANAMED (Université de Koç), l’IFEA et l’IDEMEC. Aylin de Tapia, post-doctorante LabexMed à l’IDEMEC, fait partie du comité d’organisation.

“(This) workshop that will investigate the first one hundred years of photography in Ottoman and post-Ottoman territories, especially the Republic of Turkey but also the other successor states created out of the progressive dissolution of the empire (i.e. Greece and Balkan States, former Ottoman Middle Eastern and African provinces).  While there has recently been an emergence of new exciting research on photography in these realms, many working in the field do not yet know of one another as they work in very different disciplines.  This workshop aims to bring together an intellectual community of scholars engaged with photography and history so that we may better enrich future work. We have suggested certain limits: 1839-1939 in all Ottoman and post-Ottoman territories. “



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