New submission information for JOTSA
Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association (OTSA) is happy to announce 2017 OTSA Prizes and Scholarships,please visit our awards and prizes page.
Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association (OTSA) is happy to announce its annual award and prize competitions for 2018. For more information, please visit our awards and prizes page.
OTSA welcomes new officers! Amy Singer (President Elect), Hale Yilmaz (Secretary), Yigit Akin and James Grehan (Board Members), and Julia Phillips Cohen (Nominations Committee)
New Issue of JOTSA Available
Featuring a collection of articles dealing with Ottoman Edirne and childhood in the late Empire. Physical copies available through Indiana University Press, as well as digital copies via JSTOR.
OTSA Letter to Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu
Regarding the recent treatment of academics in Turkey.
JOTSA is now available through Indiana University Press
Click here for our journal's new page with IUP, and here for a link to our journal through JSTOR.
Law and Legality in the Ottoman Empire and Republic of Turkey
JOTSA is proud to announce this edited volume based on our recent issue on Law and Legality. Follow this link for more details.
Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association (OTSA) is happy to announce its annual award and prize competitions for 2015. For more information.
OTSA welcomes new officers! Lerna Ekmekcioglu, Kristen Fibbe, and Mostafa Minawi (Board members); and, Maureen Jackson (Nominations committee)
Samiha Ayverdi Best Ottoman Translation award: Hüseyin Kurt (SU at Binghamton) and Oscar Aquirre Mandujano (University of Washington, WA)
Congratulations to the winners of 2015 scholarships and prizes!
Adivar Scholarship: Sarah Dadouch
Barkan Article Prize: (co-winners) Nina Ergin (Koç University) and Heghnar Watenpaugh (UC Davis)
Sydney N. Fisher Graduate Student Paper Prize: Philip Geisler
Fuat Köprülü Book Prize: James Grehan’s Twilight of the Saints: Everyday Religion in Ottoman Syria and Palestine
American Association of Teachers of Turkic Languages (AATT) Awards:
James W. Redhouse Student Prize for Best Progress in the Turkish Language: Olivia Loveland (Portland State University) and Mark Carrion (University of Texas at Austin)