Clothing Norm And Attires of The Ottoman Ilmiye Class Symposium / 2-4 December 2022 İstanbul
The general framework of the symposium also constitutes its borders. The period covered by the symposium is the period between the beginning of the Ottoman State and the establishment of the Republic of Turkey. De jure and de facto lines constitute the boundaries of space outside of time. De jure borders constitute the geographical endpoints that the Ottoman State reached legally and de facto borders, while de facto borders constitute the states, institutions and traditions that are contacted, affected and affected. The material and moral boundaries, which are evident in some places and vague in others, contribute to the acquisition of the intellectual framework, and this unique situation encourages interdisciplinary studies. It is recommended that the transitive methods in time and space will enable different meanings to be attributed to the issues, as well as become effective tools in the evaluation of abstract facts and concrete institutions. Due to the reasons stated above, it is proposed to handle the studies in a multi-layered, multi-related and multi-disciplinary manner within a defined time, place, and intellectual framework.
The symposium has several goals and can be expressed in two parts: quality and quantity. Its qualitative objectives are to create new scientific discussion areas, to determine that there is an Ottoman ilmiye dress tradition and to share it with the scientific world, to establish Ottoman ilmiye clothes as an independent sub-discipline in all respects, to support multidisciplinary studies and to create new disciplines and sub-disciplines lays the groundwork for emergence.
Quantitative goals include the presentation of new proposals on dress norms in higher education, the redesign of the clothes worn by the Ottoman scientific community and its students, from scientific research and discussions, the production of scientific publications, the establishment of a museum, and the production of new designs.
Relations with Central Asia and İslamic Geography
Connections in Turkish History
Deadline for Submission of Abstracts
11 November 2022
Announcement of Accepted Papers
14 November 2022
2-4 December 2022
Deadline for Submission of Full Papers
27 January 2023
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