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Dr. Stefano Taglia

Oddělení Blízkého východu

 stefano

Telefon: 266052460

E-mail: taglia@orient.cas.cz

 

OBLAST ZÁJMU

  • moderní Blízký východ
  • historie Osmanské říše
  • intelektuální dějiny
  • menšiny Osmanské říše
  • formování moderního Turecka
  • trasnsformace Blízkého východu v 19. a 20. století
  • osmanská modernizace a koncept produktivity

 

Probíhající výzkum

  • užívání konopí v pozdní Osmanské společnosti, součást vetšího projektu zaměřeného na skupiny na okraji osmanské společnosti na sklonku 19. století, pití alkoholu, prostituci, homosexuální vztahy, pouliční násilí a potulku

 

VZDĚLÁNÍ

2012  Ph.D. in Ottoman History, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London – Thesis: “The intellectual's dilemma: Ahmet Rıza and Mehmet Sabahettin on reform and the future of the Ottoman Empire.”

2000  MA Middle East Area Study (SOAS)

1997  BA International Affairs, John Cabot University

 

AKADEMICKÁ PRAXE

2014-           Oriental Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague

2013-2014  New York University on London (NYUL) – Lecturer in Middle Eastern history

2013-2014  The Institute of Ismaili Studies, London – Lecturer in history of the Islamic world

2010-2014  SOAS – Senior Teaching Fellow in the History of the Near and Middle East

2009/2010  St. Mary’s University College – Visiting Lecturer in Ottoman history

2008-2010  Birkbeck College – Sessional Lecturer in History of the Middle East

 

OSTATNÍ AKADEMICKÉ AKTIVITY

  • redaktor pro Blízký východ v akademickém časopise Archiv Orientální
  • spoluorganizátor přednášek v rámci  Middle East Lecture Series
  • člen Editorial Board of the academic journal Vakanuvis
    člen Editorial Board of the Journal of Universal History Studies
    člen Editorial Board of the Universal Journal of History and Culture
  • organizátor přednášek o výzkumu v rámci Orientálního ústavu
  • spolupráce na výzkumu, Department of History, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of  London

 

členství

  • Rada Orientálního ústavu
  • London Middle East Institute (LMEI) at SOAS
  • Gessellschaft für Turkologie, Osmanistik und Türkeiforschung (GTOT)
  • Centre for Ottoman Studies (COS) at SOAS
  • German Middle East Study Association (DAVO)
  • člen a redaktor, Centre for POlicy Analysis and Research on Turkey

 

 

PUBLIKAČNÍ ČINNOST

knihy

  • Intellectuals and Reform in the Ottoman Empire: the Young Turks on the Challenges of Modernity. London, New York: Routledge, 2015.

 

články

  • “Otomanizmi sin je project nacionalist: perspektiva e xhonturkut shqiptar Ismail Kemal.” Perpjekja. (vyjde 2017)
    “Introduction,” Die Welt des Islams 56, no. 3/4. (2016)
  • "The Feasibility of Ottomanism as a Nationalist Project: the View of Albanian Young Turk Ismail Kemal," Die Welt des Islams 56, no. 3/4 (2016): 279-289/336-358.
  • “The Young Turks, intellectualism and their importance for Ottoman and Turkish History.” Turkish Area Study Group Review 20 (Autumn 2012).

 

kapitoly v knihách

  • “Náboženství v Osmanské říši,” in Jiri Gebelt ed., Ve Stínu islámu – Menšinová náboženství na Blízkém východě. Vyšehrad. 2017

 

překlady

  • Akçasu, A. Ebru, Taylan Güngor, and Stefano Taglia (forthcoming, 2017) Transl. of Mehmet Sabahattin, How Can Turkey be Saved? Translation from Ottoman, with a foreword on the author. ISIS Press.

 

recenze

  • Taglia, Stefano (forthcoming) “Review of The Young Turks and the Ottoman Empire: the Aftermath of the 1908 Revolution by Noemi Levy-Aksu and Francois Georgeon,” The International Journal of Turkish Studies, 23, no. 1 & 2 (Fall 2017). pp. 156-161.
  • Taglia, Stefano (2015) “Review of Shattered Dreams of Revolution: from Liberty to Violence in the Late Ottoman Empire by Bedross Der Matossian.” Middle Eastern Studies 51, no. 6. pp. 1032-1037.
  • Taglia, Stefano (2015) “Review of Becoming Ottomans: Sephardi Jews and Imperial Citizenship in the Modern Era by Julia Phillips Cohen.” English Historical Review 130, no. 547. pp. 1579-1580.
  • Taglia, Stefano (2014) “Review of Imperial Norms and Local Realities: The Ottoman Municipal Laws and the Municipality of Beirut, 1860-1908 by Malek Sharif.” Archiv Orientalni 82, no. 3. pp. 207-212.
  • Taglia, Stefano (2006) “Review of The Photographers of Constantinople by Bahattin Öztuncay.” Cornucopia, Issue 36, vol. 6.

 

 

Konferenční příspěvky, zvláštní přednášky a organizace konferencí
  • Chair of Workshop: “Late Ottoman Identities: the National, Transnational, and Marginal.” Department of Middle Eastern Studies, Charles University, Prague, 12th – 13th October, 2018.
  • Panel Organiser: “Power and Visibility in Ottoman Istanbul: the Seen, Unseen, and to Be Seen.” Turkologentag 2018 – 3rd European Convention on Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies and Bamberg, 19th – 21st September, 2018. Paper: “The High Corners of Istanbul: Unseen Marginals and the Consumption of Cannabis in the Late Ottoman Empire.”
  • Panel organiser and chair: “The City in the Eye of the Beholder: Perspectives of Ottoman Istanbul.” Paper: “Getting High in the City: The Use and Abuse of Recreational Drugs in late-Ottoman Istanbul.” 20th Annual Mediterranean Studies Association International Congress, Mediterranean Institute, University of Malta, Valletta, 31st May – 3rd June, 2017.
  • Round-table: “The Kurds and Shifting Borders in the Middle East.” Anglo-American University, Prague, 11th May, 2017.
  • Lecture: “The Ottoman Empire in WW1.” Department of Turkology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague, 4th January, 2017.
  • Paper: “Religion and Ethnicity in the Late Ottoman Empire.” Seminar Series: Orient a Closer Look, Charles University, Prague, 1st December, 2016.
  • Paper: “The Feasibility of Ottomanism according to Ottoman Albanian Ismail Kemal Bey.” CIEPO 22 Symposium, Karadeniz Teknik Üniversitesi, Trabzon, 8th October, 2016.
  • Paper: “Ottoman Cosmopolitanism.” International Conference Overcoming Global Threats, The Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, 13th April, 2016.
  • Panel Discussion. “The Turkish Coup Attempt and its Aftermath: Sultanic Despotism, Military Dictatorship or a Divided Society?” Anglo-American University, Prague, 17th October, 2015.
  • Lecture: “Religion and Ethnicity in Young Turk Thought.” Faculté des lettres et des sciences humaines, Université Saint-Joseph, Beirut, 2nd October, 2015.
  • Paper: “The Feasibility of Ottomanism according to Ottoman Albanian Ismail Kemal Bey.” DAVO/DMG Joint International Conference, Ruhr University, Bochum, 26th September, 2015.
  • Lecture: “Intellectuals without Borders.” Anglo-American University, Prague, 10th June, 2015.
  • Lecture: “Women and Reform in the Ottoman Empire.” Metropolitni Univerzita, Prague, 7th May, 2015.
  • Paper: “Exiled Activists or Cosmopolitan Intellectuals? The Young Turk Opposition in Paris.” Modern Turkish Studies Programme, SOAS, London, 2nd March, 2012.
  • Co-organiser of the 2011-12 Seminar Series held at the Yunus Emre Enstitüsü, Turkish Cultural Centre, 10 Maple Street, W1T 5HA, London
  • Co-organiser of the Middle East PhD Students International Conference, “State, Society and Economy in the Modern Middle East,” London Middle East Institute, 7th – 8th May, 2011.
  • Panel co-organiser: “Neither pashas nor sultans: alternative leadership in the late Ottoman Empire and early Republican Turkey.” Discussant: Dr. Marc Aymes (CNRS – Paris) and Dr. Vangelis Kechriotis (Boğaziçi Üniversitesi). Paper: “Constructing the superiority of the Ottomans: Mehmet Sabahettin and his synthesis of Edmond Demolins.” World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies (WOCMES) 19th – 24th July 2010, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Panel co-organiser: “Political and social aspects of the press in Ottoman and post-Ottoman lands.” Chair/Discussant: Prof. Palmira Brummett. Paper: “Late 19th Century Ottoman Press in Exile as a Political Tool against Sultan Abdulhamid II, the Experience of Mechveret Supplément Français.” Middle East Study Association (MESA) 22nd – 25th November 2008, Washington DC