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James Ryan
New York University
Occupation
Administrator
Contact
940 Saint Nicholas Ave
APT 1J
New York, NY, 10032
United States
Discipline
History
Sub Areas
19th-21st Centuries
Arab Studies
Colonialism
Cultural Studies
Democratization
Diaspora/Refugee Studies
Education
Identity/Representation
Ottoman Studies
Turkish
Turkish Studies
World History
Geographic Areas of Interest
Ottoman Empire
Turkey
Specialties
Transition From Ottoman Empire To Republican Turke
Education And Nationalism In The Ottoman And Post-
Leftism And Opposition In The Early Turkish Republ
Languages
Arabic (elementary)
Turkish (advanced)
Ottoman (advanced)
Persian (elementary)
French (intermediate)
Education
PhD | 2017 | History | University of Pennsylvania
MA | 2013 | History | University of Pennsylvania
BA | 2008 | NELC | University of Chicago
Abstracts
The Atrophic Nation: Cultural Death and the Rise of Nationalism Amongst Judeo-Spanish Communities in the Ottoman and Post-Ottoman World A Revolution In-Between: Mehmed Zekeriya and Sabiha Sertel from Istanbul to New York and Back Again, 1919-1924 "Unveiling" the Tramway: Consumerism and the Intimate Public Sphere in Late Ottoman and Republican Istanbul "A Turk Named O'Brien": Bedtime Stories of Childhood in the Early Turkish Republic from the Memoirs of Sevim Sertel O'Brien Ideology on Trial: Comparing Trials of the Pan-Turanists and Leftists at the Dawn of Cold War Turkey