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E440 | Children are often imagined as victims of war or passive bystanders. But in this episode, Nazan Maksudyan is back on the program to talk about how the First World War looked through the eyes of Ottoman children and their lives as historical actors during and after the conflict. We explore the experience of child workers and the many situations faced by children throughout the war, and we also explore the themes of survival and resilience as expressed in the experience of children, especially Ottoman Armenians. We also discuss the challenges of writing amid a tumultuous period for Turkey and an experience of exile. More at https://www.ottomanhistorypodcast.com/2019/12/nazan-4.html Nazan Maksudyan is professor of history at the Freie Universität Berlin and a research associate at the Centre Marc Bloch. Her research focuses on the history of children and youth, with special interest in gender, sexuality, education, humanitarianism, and non-Muslims. Chris Gratien is Assistant Professor of History at University of Virginia, where he teaches classes on global environmental history and the Middle East. He is currently preparing a monograph about the environmental history of the Cilicia region of the former Ottoman Empire from the 1850s until the 1950s. CREDITS Episode No. 440
Release Date: 9 December 2019
Recording Location: Freie Universität Berlin
Music: Zé Trigueiros; Dr. J.K. Sutherland - Huseini Ashiran Dance and Tacsim; Maria Papagika - Smyrneiko Minore; kara güneş - İstanbul
Audio editing by Chris Gratien
Bibliography and images courtesy of Nazan Maksudyan available at https://www.ottomanhistorypodcast.com/2019/12/nazan-4.html. . .
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