German-Ottoman Intellectual Ties in Recent Historiography

This paper covers recent trends in historiography on the intellectual ties between Germany and the Ottoman Empire before and during the First World War and evidences the increasing relevance of the field.

Here is a paper that was written for a course on the history of the modern Middle East over the summer of 2020. It covers recent trends in historiography on the intellectual ties between Germany and the Ottoman Empire before and during the First World War and evidences increasing academic interest and relevance in the field. As one of my most recent papers, its quality and style are relatively advanced and the stances I advocate are nuanced and rigorously developed.

Late Ottoman Politics

This presentation covers certain strains of political ideology that defined the direction of Ottoman politics during the final years of the empire and thus shaped the direction of modern Turkish politics to varying degrees up to the present day.

Here is a presentation (linked as PDF) that was given for a course on the history of the modern Middle East over the summer of 2020. It covers certain strains of political ideology that defined the direction of Ottoman politics during the final years of the empire and thus shaped the direction of modern Turkish politics to varying degrees up to the present day. As such, the presentation touched upon some contemporary trends in Turkish political thought.