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Water, Sewage, and Horses: The Infrastructure of Istanbul
11 AM (New York) 7 PM (Istanbul)

Columbia Global Centers Istanbul invites you to a series of webinar workshops to highlight the research of emerging scholars in the late Ottoman and early Turkish Republican history. Led by Professor Zeynep Çelik, our second workshop, "Water, Sewage, and Horses: The Infrastructure of Istanbul" explores the infrastructure of Istanbul in the 19th century. 

Sharon Mizbani, Ph.D. Student, Yale University: The Art of Infrastructure: Hamidiye Fountains in Ottoman Istanbul

Emir Küçük, Ph.D. Candidate, Boğaziçi University: Horses of the Constantinople Tramway Company in 1871 - 1914 

Mehmet Kentel, Ph.D., Istanbul Research Institute: Pera, Kasımpaşa, Sewers, and Maps: Representing Infrastructural Entanglements in the Nineteenth-Century Istanbul

Discussant: Christopher Low, Assistant Professor of History at Iowa State University 

Led by:
Zeynep Çelik, Adjunct Professor, History Department, Columbia University and Distinguished Professor Emerita, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Merve İspahani, Ph.D., Columbia Global Centers | Istanbul

Feb 24, 2021 07:00 PM in Istanbul

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