Conferences and Workshops Attended
CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS ATTENDED
-"Janissary-Esnaf Relations in Early Nineteenth-Century Istanbul," paper presented at the 35th Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Workshops Association of North America, November 17-21,2001, San Francisco
- "Coffeehouses and Spies: Popular Opinions in the Mid-nineteenth Century Ottoman Empire," paper presented at Middle East History and Theory Workshop, October 31,2001, University of Chicago.
- The European and American Young Scholars' Summer Institute 2001/2002:
- Participant in the workshop entitled "Artisans and Workers, 'Guilds' and Unions: Rethinking Labor History in the Ottoman 'Long Nineteenth Century"', at New York University, March 24-25, 2001.
- "Ottoman State and Govemmentality: Policing the Public Space (1790- 1900)" Paper presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association of North America, December 3-6, 1998, Chicago.
- "The World of Istanbul Coffeehouses and Public Baths: Sociability, Construction of Identities, and the Question of Public Sphere in 18th and 19th century Ottoman Empire" Paper presented at Gendered (Re)Visions: Identity, Culture & Conflict in History, Graduate Student Conference, May 10-11,1996, Binghamton University.
- "Coffeehouses and Public Baths in Ottoman Society: Towards the Formation of a Public Sphere?" Paper presented at the 11th Annual Middle East History and Theory Conference, April 26, 1996, University of Chicago.
- Participant at International Workshop on Human Rights, sponsored by