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HIST 2155 Podcasting the Ottomans (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

The Ottoman Empire (1299-1922) connected West Asia, North Africa, and parts of Europe, and was of the largest and longest lasting empires in world history. This course deals with aspects of the social and cultural history of, and the latest trends in scholarship on, the Ottomans by using the Ottoman History Podcast as a launching point each week. Each podcast features an interview with a scholar accompanied by a suggested reading list. Students will listen to a selected podcast and do the assigned reading and will keep a “scholarly diary”, which will be submitted in lieu of exams.


Instructor(s): Dana Sajdi

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with:

Comments: Fulfills the Non-Western Requirement for History Majors


Last Updated: 27-Mar-17