CMEIS Lecture: Mostafa Minawi on Arab-Ottoman Imperialists
March 27 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Dear colleagues and friends,
We are happy to announce the last talk of the CMEIS lecture series this year.
Dr. Mostafa Minawi, Director of Critical Ottoman and Post-Ottoman Studies (CO+POS) and an Associate Professor of History at Cornell University, will give a talk on “Losing Istanbul: Arab-Ottoman Imperialists and the End of Empire.”
The event is going to take place on:
March 27, Monday, 5:30-7 pm, FedEx Global Education Center, Nelson Mandela Auditorium.
(P.S. Parking is available at the McCauley Deck after 5pm.)
Mostafa Minawi is the Director of Critical Ottoman and Post-Ottoman Studies (CO+POS) and an Associate Professor of History at Cornell University. His primary research interest is Ottoman imperialism in the Sahara, the Red Sea Basin, and the Horn of Africa and the lived experience of Ottoman imperialism in the Metropole, Istanbul. He is the author of Losing Istanbul: Arab-Ottoman Imperialists and the End of Empire (SUP, 2022) and The Ottoman Scramble for Africa: Empire and Diplomacy in the Sahara and the Hijaz (SUP, 2016).
This event is co-sponsored by History Department, Clein Family Initiative on Global History, and Carolina Seminar on Transnational and Modern Global History.
Yusuf Sezgin, Assistant Coordinator/Rapporteur of the CMEIS Lecture Series, 2022-2023
On behalf of Professor Cemil Aydin, Coordinator of the CMEIS Lecture Series, 2022-2023