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  • Program tanımları
    The Graduate Program in History aims to train students for productive scholarship and assists students in acquiring theoretical and methodological tools for historical research and analysis.
    Faculty members represent a variety of different approaches to the study of history and welcome a similarly diverse student body.

    The department offers comparative and interdisciplinary perspectives in the fields of

    Ottoman and Modern Turkish History

    European History (Medieval, Early Modern and Modern Europe)

    Byzantine History

    History of Art and Architecture

    Ancient History and Archaeology

    Asian History

    Oral History

    Early and Medieval Islamic History

    Requirements for the Graduate Program in History
    Upon their admission to the Graduate Program in History, students are expected to decide upon their area of specialization and choose an academic advisor from among the faculty of the History Department. After fulfilling their course requirements under the supervision of their advisors, the students continue their directed readings and research in contact with their appointed thesis supervisors.

    Students of the M.A. Program in History are required to take 24 credits of coursework spread over two semesters. The coursework is followed by the submission and defense of an M.A. thesis, where the students are expected to achieve competence in scholarly research. The students of the M.A. Program in History are expected to know the language(s) of their area of specialization.

    Candidates with an M. A. from Boğaziçi University Department of History, as well as other departments / universities will be evaluated on an individual basis. Students may be asked to take additional courses according to their reserach interests.

    M.A. PROGRAM IN HISTORY
    CURRICULUM

    First Semester

    HIST 501 Historiography I (3)
    Area Elective (3)
    Area Elective (3)
    Elective (3)

    Second Semester

    HIST 502 Historiography II (3)
    Area Elective (3)
    Area Elective (3)
    Seminar/Course Elective (3)
    HIST 690 M.A. Thesis

    Specialization in the history of art and architecture:

    First Semester

    HIST 551 Method and Theory in
    The History of Art, Architecture
    And Visual Culture (3)
    Area Elective (3)
    Area Elective (3)
    Elective (3)

    Second Semester

    HIST 502 Historiography II (3)
    Area Elective (3)
    Area Elective (3)
    Elective (3)
    HIST 690 M.A. Thesis

    Specialization in ancient history and archaeology:

    First Semester

    HIST 551 Method and Theory in The History of Art, Architecture And Visual Culture (3)
    Area Elective (3)
    Area Elective (3)
    Elective (3)

    Second Semester

    Hist 541 Method and Theory in Archaeology (3)
    Area Elective (3)
    Area Elective (3)
    Elective (3)
    HIST 690 M.A. Thesis

    PROGRAMS

    Ottoman and Turkish History

    Graduate study in Ottoman history at Boğaziçi covers a wide scope ranging from political and economic, and from social to cultural history. Eighteenth and nineteenth century developments in the field of economic and social change, as well as political, ideological, legal, and cultural transformations in the light of modernization and westernization; cultural history and the history of mentalities in the early modern and modern eras; urban history in its social and economic as well as spatial and visual dimensions; history of technology are topics of particular emphasis. The program shares common interests with the art history program in the fields of urban and cultural history.

    Research projects currently pursued by faculty members are:

    History of mentalities of the early modern era through first person narratives

    Social and cultural history based on funerary inscriptions and practices

    Legal transformations during the tanzimat period

    19th century intellectual history and state ideology

    Urban topography of Istanbul

    Modern economic history from regional perspectives

    Representations of the city and urban life in the early modern era

    History of population exchanges and community formation in the modern era

    Transformations in ottoman architectural culture in the modern era

    History of labor organizations and women in the modern era

    European History

    Designed for students who wish to specialize in European history, this field offers two main areas of concentration: Medieval Europe, and Early Modern and Modern Europe.

    Medieval Europe:

    Beginning with the changes that transformed the late Roman world, this concentration covers the formation of European civilization from the conversion of Constantine to the 15th century. It is designed to acquaint students with basic research tools and major historical problems of the field, including the principal literature, the major interpretations, and the relevant bibliographies.

    Early Modern & Modern Europe:

    The field of early modern and modern Europe empasizes modern state formations and institutions. Principal focus is on the issues emanating from the Enlightenment, including currents of nationalism, and revolutions. Political economy of law, and major theoretical discussions in European historiography are topics of particular importance.

    Byzantine History

    This concentration focuses on the political, social, economic and cultural history of the Byzantine Empire. Students are exposed to major themes in Byzantine history through the study of the principal secondary literature and the primary sources and are expected to gain competence in the required languages (Ancient Greek and/or Latin) and research methods.

    History of Art and Architecture

    In its comparative and interdisciplinary approach to the past, the History Department attaches particular importance to the visual and spatial dimensions of history. The Graduate Program in the History of Art and Architecture provides the students with the current conceptual insights, methodological tools and discursive protocols employed in the historical study of art, architecture and the urban environment, and promotes original research based on a critical study of visual and written sources. Drawing upon the scholarly strength and diversity of the History Department, it thereby aims to address the “visible” as an integral part of historical studies. The main agendas of research in the program are: the historical contexts of artistic and architectural production, the socio-political meanings of urban form, the visual and spatial representations of power, social order, national / cultural identities and of alterity.

    Ancient History and Archaeology

    The Graduate Program in History offers ‘Ancient History and Archaeology’ as an area of specialization. The focus is on the history and achaeology of the Eastern Mediterranean Region. Applicants are not required to have an undergraduate degree in History or Archaeology, but will have taken at least four undergraduate courses in Archaeology and/or Ancient History. Reading knowledge of a second modern foreign language (e.g. German, French, Italian) is strongly recommended.

    Students specializing in Ancient History and Archaeology follow the general path of the Histoy M.A. program with the following amendments: (1) The M.A. candidate must complete two courses in Theory and Methodology in Archaeology and History of Art and Architecture . (2) Students must take an ancient language course during the first year of study.

    Elective courses offered will vary every year covering a geographical range from the Aegean to the Near East with an emphasis on Anatolia. The chronological scope arches from the Bronze Age to the Roman Empire. The aim is to equip students with the necessary tools and critical perspective to approach topics of investigation in the Ancient Eastern Mediterranean World.

    Students will be encouraged to participate in Boğaziçi University’s current Interdisciplinary Research Project at Tarsus-Gözlükule.

    Asian History

    Graduate study in Asian history focuses on the history of Asian societies with a concentration on the region of China and Japan; emphasis is on the early modern and modern periods. Problems of modernity in Asia and the colonal/imperialist experience are particular topics of study. Comparative study with the Ottoman experience is encouraged. In addition, the comparative study of South Asian history is a possible topic of study. Students are encouraged to begin Chinese or Japanese language training in the undergraduate level, which they can continue at the advanced level in the graduate program.

    Oral History

    Boğaziçi University History Department had a pioneering role in the development of the field of oral history in Turkey, having initiated a graduate course since 1996 and hosted international meetings in that field. Introducing an approach where historical reconstructions can also be based on data collected from oral accounts — mainly on life-stories — the study of oral history in the History Department aims at problematizing the process in which historical narrative itself is constructed. Students are therefore introduced to different ways of doing oral history, collecting “additional data” to written sources, searching for the “unheard” voices of the society, but fore and most, observing how the meaning of events are constructed by those who have experienced it as much as by those who wrote about them.



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