LECTURE– Stratified Approach to Hist. Materials, I. Togan, Istanbul, Jan. 8
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A Stratified Approach to the Historical Materials,
Professor Isenbike Togan, Maltepe University, Istanbul, Jan. 8
As the third lecture of its Lecture Series on Eurasia,
Maltepe University presents:
"A Stratified Approach to the Historical Materials"
By Professor Isenbike Togan (The Turkish Academy of Sciences)
Time: Thursday, January 8, 2008, 2:00 PM
Venue: Marma Congress Center, Maltepe University, Maltepe, Istanbul
Isenbike Togan is a professor of Inner Asian
history and an expert on the history of the
nomadic civilizations. She holds a Ph.D. in
History from Harvard University. She has served
at the Harvard, Wellesley, Tufts, Washington,
Hacettepe and Middle East Technical Universities.
Prof. Togan was a member of the "UNESCO
International Scientific Committee for drafting a
History of Civilizations of Central Asia." She
also pioneered research on Inner Asia at METU.
She has done extensive research on Central Asia
and published various articles and books
including "Flexibility and Limitation in Steppe
Formations: The Kerait Khanate and Chinggis Khan", published by E. J. Brill.
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