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Entangled Histories of Architecture, Environment, and Inhabitants in Ottoman Istanbul
Sunday, November 20 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
Gül Kale, School of Art History, Carleton University
In person at Carleton University (Paterson Hall, Room 303) and online with Zoom: https://carleton-ca.zoom.us/j/92751544273.
Gül Kale, Assistant Professor of History and Theory of Architecture at Carleton University, is an architectural historian and trained as an architect. Her areas of focus are the early modern Ottoman empire, cross-cultural and global histories and theories of design, and the built environment in the wider Mediterranean world and the Middle East. Her published and forthcoming work ranges from the relationship between architectural practice, mathematical knowledge, and social affairs in imperial Istanbul to the link between architecture and music in early modern societies.