Freedom in slavery. Status and agency in inscribed epigrams from the Greek East, 3rd cent BC – 3rd cent AD

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NIT Newsletter 2024 – 1

News from the NIT Ever since our last newsletter, we have organized many events, hosted several researchers at the library and published a new book! We are excited to share […]

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METU TAÇDAM’s Studies of Post-Earthquake Antakya: From Hope for Recovery to Concerns over Loss

On 6th of February, Turkish people received news that left them shocked for weeks. Two massive earthquakes shook the southern provinces of the country. I remember being stuck by the […]

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Istanbul’s Panoramic Constructions and Destructions: Notes from On the Spot

by Mehmet Kentel This lecture explores how Istanbul was imagined in the panoramic medium, from early modern prospects to purposefully-built rotundas in the modern times, based on the exhibition On […]

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NINO/EOL Lecture: De dorstige stad. Water in historisch Constantinopel en hedendaags Istanbul

by Fokke Gerritsen In this lecture, Fokke Gerritsen (director at the Netherlands Institute in Turkey) will discuss Constantinople’s water supply through the centuries and the rich material and immaterial heritage […]