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Conference: Ottoman Merchants from the 16th to the early 19th

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    From: Yavuz Koese Date: 26.01.2004 Subject: Conf: Ottoman Merchants from the 16th to the early 19th century Ottoman Merchants from
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 28, 2004
      From: Yavuz Koese <yavuz_koese@...>
      Date: 26.01.2004
      Subject: Conf: Ottoman Merchants from the 16th to the early 19th century


      Ottoman Merchants from the 16th to the early 19th century

      February 5 - 7, 2004
      Institut für Geschichte und Kultur des Nahen Orients sowie Turkologie,
      München
      February 5 - 6: Carl Friedrich von Siemens Stiftung,
      Südliches Schlossrondell 23;
      February 6 - 7: Institut für Sinologie, Kaulbachstr. 51a


      Program

      Thursday, 5 February 2004

      10:00
      Opening Adresses

      10:15-10:40
      Benjamin Arbel (Venedig)
      Gianbattista Dona: a sixteenth-Century Venetian patrician between public
      service and Levant trade

      10:55-11:20
      Maria Pia Pedani (Venedig)
      Between diplomatic relations and trade: Ottoman merchants in Venice
      (1574-1600)

      11:35-12:05
      Coffee

      12:05-12:30
      Suraiya Faroqhi (München)
      An Ankara merchant in 17th century Venice

      12:45-13:10
      Vera Costantini (Venedig)
      Cordovani: a Venetian merchant active in Cyprus right after the
      conquest

      13:10-14:40
      Break

      14:40-15:05
      Gilles Veinstein (Paris)
      Venetian Attempts to enter the Kapali Carsi of Istanbul

      15:20-16:10
      Murat Cizaka/Macit Kenanoglu (Istanbul)
      Islamic (Ottoman) business law and jurisprudential shift, a hypothesis


      Friday, 6 February 2004

      10:00-10:25
      M. Ade-Winter (Zürich)
      Die Poches und ihre osmanischen Handelspartner:Konfliktregelung im
      osmanischen Syrien und Südanatolien in der Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts

      10:40-11:05
      Rüdiger Klein (Heidelberg)
      From suq to stockmarket: Aleppo business dynasties and the markets,
      1780-1930

      11:20-11:50
      Coffee

      11:50-12:15
      Daniel Panzac (Aix-en-Provence)
      Les affreteurs de navires ¼ Istanbul dans la seconde moitie du XVIIIe
      siecle

      12:30-12:55
      Oliver Schmitt (München)
      Auf dem Weg zum Wirtschaftsbürgertum? Levantinische Kaufleute in
      Galata/Pera und Smyrna in der ersten Hälfte des 19.Jhs.

      13:10-14:40
      Break

      15:10-15:35
      Olga Katsiardi (Athen)
      Artisans and merchants societies between Ottoman and Hapsburg Empire.
      The case of red cotton yarn (end of the 18th cent.)

      15:50-16:15
      Markus Koller (Mºnchen)
      Bosnische Händlerfamilien im 18. Jahrhundert


      Saturday, 7 February 2004

      10:00-10:25
      Marie-Carmen Smyrnelis (Paris)
      Tradesmen and their strategies in the hinterland of Izmir in the middle
      of the 19th century

      10:40-11:05
      Alp Yücel Kaya (Paris)
      Tradesmen in the hinterland of Izmir in the Tanzimat period

      11:20-11:50
      Coffee

      11:50-12:15
      Erdem Kabaday? (Trier/München)
      The sharp rise and sudden fall of an Ottoman entrepreneur

      12:30-12:55
      Katerina Papakonstantinou (Athen)
      The Pondika merchant family from Thessaloniki, ca. 1750-1800

      13:10-14:40
      Break

      14:40-15:05
      Nicolas Pissis (München)
      Investitionen in der griechischen Handelsschifffahrt (1782-1821)

      15:20-15:45
      Vassiliki Seirinidou (Wien)
      Peddlers, grocers and wholesalers: Greek diaspora merchants as economic
      and cultural Intermediaries (17th-19th centuries)

      16:00-16:30
      Concluding Remarks - Farewell


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