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2nd STUDENT COLLOQUIUM IN MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY

Date: 3 May 2017
Time: 09.30-17.00
Venue: A-130 (IFSS-A Building)

PANEL 1 (h. 09.30-10.45)
Respondent: DAVID THORNTON

YUNUS DOĞAN, On the top of a rising nation: Isabelle I of Castile from the Reconquista to new world.

MUHAMMED CIHAD KUBAT, An Encounter of Two Worlds: Macartney Embassy in Qing Dynasty

EYLÜL ÇETINBAƞ, ‘KitĂłko mpĂ© Mabé’. Missiology of European Missionaries and Lack of 'Interreligious Dialogue' in Leopold's Congo

MEHMET HALIT SEZGIN, From Baroque to Classic Art Music: An Overview of the Dynamics of Change

Coffee Break (h. 10.45-11.00)


PANEL 2 (h. 11.00-12.40)
Respondent: BERRAK BURÇAK

PELIN VATAN, A Different Aspect of Renaissance: A Historiographical Comparison

YUNUS EMRE TORTAMIS, Reconsidering the first round of the Great Game from Eastern Question (1800-1841).
MELIKE BATGIRAY, The Renaissance and the Ottomans.

RICHARD RUOFF, On the Eve of Revolution: political strife and social transformations in the 18th century Ottoman Balkans

Lunch Break (12.40-14.00)



PANEL 3 (h. 14.00-15.15)
Respondent: PAUL LATIMER

CEM ERKLI, Waging War on a Wager. For a history of the probability theory.

SELEN EƞENÇAY, The night of the Temple: the final days of the Templar Knights.

ÖZGÜR ELMACIOĞLU, Craft guilds of the Low Countries and the Northern Italy, c.1500-1650

DOĞA GÜRGÜNOĞLU, Structure or agency? Two military revolutions of the late modern era

Coffee Break (h. 15.30-15.45)

PANEL 4 (h. 15.45-17.00)
Respondent: KENNETH WEISBRODE

EMIR OLGUN, Anglo-German Relations between 1871-1914 and the dream of a German Mitteleuropa.

MUSTAFA AY, The sound of Baroque.

HAMID INCIDELEN, An Intellectual Survey of Calvinist Themes in the Dutch Golden Age Painting from Beeldenstorm to Rampjaar