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History

People

  • Arbella Bet-Shlimon
    Adjunct in NELC, Assistant Professor, Department of History
  • Purina Dhavan
    Adjunct Associate in NELC, Associate Professor, Department of History
  • Selim Kuru
    Chair, Associate Professor, Director, Turkish and Ottoman Studies Program
  • Scott Noegel
    Director, HBANES, Professor
  • Donald M. Reid
    Affiliate in NELC, Emeritus, Department of History

Research

  • “Israel in Jewish American Literature. In The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Jewish American Literature. Ed. Hannah Wirth. Cambridge University Press, 2015. Learn more
  • Andrews, Walter G. "William M. Reddy. The Making of Romantic Love: Longing and Sexuality in Europe, South Asia, and Japan, 900–1200 CE." American Historical Review 118, no. 4 (October 2013): 1147-1148 Learn more
  • Terri DeYoung (trans.) and Issa J. Boullata (trans.), IBN 'ABD RABBIH: THE UNIQUE NECKLACE (AL-'IQD AL-FARID), Vol. III. Garnet Publishing, 2011, 317 pages. Learn more
  • Naomi Sokoloff, The Boundaries of Jewish Identity, Co-edited with Susan Glenn (University of Washington Press, 2010).  Learn more
  • Terri DeYoung (trans.) and Issa J. Boullata (trans.), IBN 'ABD RABBIH: THE UNIQUE NECKLACE, VOL. II, Garnet Publishing, 2009, 327 pages. Learn more
  • Volokhine, Youri, David Frankfurter, and Michael A. Williams. "Book Reviews." Numen: International Review For The History Of Religions 53, no. 3 (July 2006): 385-401. Learn more
  • Please click here for a link to Professor Noegel's research. Learn more
  • The research project, An Oral History of Turkish Americans in the Pacific Northwest Region, aims to record and preserve the oral history of people who immigrated from Turkey to the Pacific Northwest Region in the Unites States. The overarching goal of the study is to investigate the notion of identity—be it immigrant, religious, ethnic, national, or language, which has been one of the fundamental questions of philosophy from Socrates to Freud, among Turkish Americans in the region. It seeks to find answers to how immigrants define themselves and what identity continues to mean in the Turkish American culture.This study is being conducted in collaboration with University of Washington Libraries, and it aims to create a digital archive of Turkish American immigrants in PNW Region.  Learn more
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