Rossitsa Gradeva, Associate Professor of History, American University in Bulgaria, Institute of Balkan Studies with Centre of Thracian Studies, Sofia — 13/03-07/04/2014

Capture d’écran 2014-02-10 à 10.51.32A graduate of the History Department at Sofia University, Rossitsa Gradeva holds a doctorate from the Institute of Balkan Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, on the Kadi institution in the Balkans, 15th-17th centuries. Since 1989 she has been Research Fellow at the Institute of Balkan Studies, and since 2004, has been teaching at American University in Bulgaria. She has also lectured at several Bulgarian and foreign universities.

Her research interests are mainly in the field of Ottoman institutions of provincial administration, application of Islamic law in the Ottoman Empire, various aspects of the status of non-Muslim communities and everyday life in the Ottoman provinces, the Ottoman Danube frontier and the development of the decentralization processes in the region in the pre-Tanzimat period. Her interests include also Ottoman-Bulgarian relations in the post-1878 period, and the history of the Ottoman Commissariat in Sofia. She is the author of Rumeli under the Ottomans 15th-18th Centuries: Institutions and Communities. Analecta Isisiana LXXVI (Istanbul: the Isis Press, 2004); War and Peace in Rumeli 15th to beginning of 19th century. Analecta Isisiana C (Istanbul: the Isis Press, 2008).

Jeudi 13 mars 2014, 14h-17h

The role of waqf in the social and economic texture of a Balkan city: Sofia, 15th-18th centuries

dans le cadre du séminaire de Randi Deguilhem (CNRS, TELEMME- MSH), « Economie islamique et waqf-habous: de la théorie aux pratiques »

IISMM, salle des étudiants (1er étage), EHESS, 96 bd Raspail 75006 Paris

Mercredi 19 mars 2014, 16h-18h

Territorial parameters of confessional relations/di- visions in Ottoman cities, 15th-19th centuries

dans le cadre du séminaire de Bernard Heyberger (IISMM), « Anthropologie historique des chrétiens en Islam »

IISMM, salle de réunion (1er étage), EHESS, 96 boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris

Mercredi 26 mars 2014, 16h-18h

Conversion and neo-martyrdom in the complex relations of the Ottoman authority and its non-Muslim subjects (in the Balkans)

dans le cadre du séminaire de Bernard Heyberger, « Anthropologie historique des chrétiens en Islam »

IISMM, salle de réunion (1er étage), EHESS, 96 boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris

Lundi 7 avril 2014, 17h-19h

“Earlier Turks abducted Bulgarian girls and ‘Turki- cised’ them. Why should not we now take a Turkish woman?” : women as ‘our (holy) territory’ in late Ottoman and early post-Ottoman Balkan space

dans le cadre du séminaire de Xavier Bougarel (CETOBAC), Nathalie Clayer (CETOBAC) et Bernard Lory (INaLCO), « Les enjeux de la terre, du territoire et de l’espace dans le Sud-Est européen »

EHESS, salle 2, RdC, Le France, 190-198 av de France 75013 Paris

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