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Murat R. Şiviloğlu Assistant Professor in Turkish Cultural History

E-mail Address: sivilogm@tcd.ie

Ph.D.: Modern European History, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, 2015.

M.A.: History, École des hautes études en sciences socials, Paris, France, 2008.

B.A.: History, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey, 2005.

Books:

Murat Şiviloğlu, The Emergence of Public Opinion in the Ottoman Empire 1826-1876
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018).

Articles:

“Abidin Paşa,” in Abidin Dino: Bir Dünya, edited by Zeynep Avcı (Istanbul: Sabancı University Press, 2007): 36-45.
“A Turkish Tragedy,” in Histories of the Nations, edited by Peter Furtado (London: Thames and Hudson, 2012): 155-61.
“İmparatorluğunu Kaybetmiş Ülke: Türkiye,” in Ülkelerin Tarihleri, edited by Peter Furtado, translated by Şahika Tokel (Istanbul: Yapı Kredi Yayınları, 2014): 150-56.
“Muhafazakarlar İçin Masallar: Binbir Gece Masalları Nasıl Çevrilme[me]li,” Toplumsal Tarih (January 2018): 58-66.

Presentations:

‘Ottoman and Indian Interactions in the Nineteenth Century,’ History of Economic Ideas in South Asia, King’s College, University of Cambridge, 13 June 2009.
‘The Emergence of an Ottoman Middle Class: A State Endeavour?’ The Global Bourgeoisie: The Rise of the Middle Classes in the Age of Empire, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge, 27-29 August 2015.

Invited Talks:

Reading Habits of the Ottoman Elite on the Eve of Tanzimat Era, History of Reading in the Ottoman Empire, RCAC, Istanbul, 2 April 2015.
‘On the Use and Abuse of Andalusian History for Tanzimat Politics,’ Benares, Bayly and the Making of World History, 6-9 January 2015 at the Jnana-Pravaha Centre for Cultural Studies and Research, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India.

Grants and Awards:

Gates Scholar, the Gates Cambridge Trust, 2008-2012.
Overseas Research Student, the Secretary of State for Education and Science, 2008-2011. Prize Research Student, King’s College Centre for History and Economics, 2008-2009.
Prince Consort and Members’ Funds, University of Cambridge, 2010. The Storrs Fund, Peterhouse, 2010-2012.

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