Hosts: Dina Gusejnova, Georgios Giannakopoulos

Guests: Cemil Aydin, Professor of History at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Marc David Baer, Professor of International History at the London School of Economics

Music:

Yavuz Akyazıcı, Renkli Rüyalar Oteli, from his Album Turkish Standards, vol. 2

https://archive.org/details/yavuzakyazicisendendahaguzel/Yavuz+Akyaz%C4%B1c%C4%B1+-+Renkli+R%C3%BCyalar+Oteli.mp3

Hacı Arif Bey (1831-1885), ‘Güzel Gün Görmedi Avare Gönlüm’, performed by Ahmet Özhan,

at Community Audio https://archive.org/details/huzzam/Guzel+gun+gormedi+avare+gonlum.mp3

Erdogan waves goodbye to Kemalism--the end of the post-9/11 moment in Turkey’s relations with Europe and the West -the revived legacies of the Ottoman past – Mehmet II’s place in Kemalist and conservative Turkish imaginaries -- Mehmet II in the eyes of Nizami Hikmet – Mehmet II´s love poems to Greek youth-- the ambiguous legacies of Ottoman tolerance - the legacies of the Ottoman empire in the modern world – the theme of contested endowment – modern Turkey´s claim on the post-Ottoman world – the reactions from Greek and Russian Orthodox Church representatives – the turn to the right in the regions associated with the ‘antemurale Christianitatis’ – the divisions between the Russian state and the Orthodox Church in assessing the incident

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