Ziyaretçi Tarihçiler

Stefanos Yerasimos (2005 yılına kadar birden fazla ziyaret)

The making of İstanbul; monumental and vernacular architectures of the capital and the provinces; travelers through the Ottoman lands; nations and boundaries from the Middle East to the Caucasus

Fikret Adanır (2007 yılına kadar birden fazla ziyaret)
Central-Southeast European and Ottoman peasantries; modernization, competitive nationalisms, and demographic change; comparative perspectives on the heyday and decline of empires

Elisabeth Zachariadou (Fall 2000-2001)
The Ottoman expansion in, and impact on, the Balkans; the religious life in the Ottoman Empire; the patriarchate and the monasteries

Diana Miškova (Fall 2001-2002)
Comparative perspectives on modernization, nation-building, and state formation ; the evolution of 19th century and 20th century social and political thought in Southeast Europe

Jitka Malečkova (Fall 2003-2004)
Nation-building in Central and Eastern Europe; Muslim and non-Muslim women in the Ottoman Empire; radical Islamic groups and terrorism

Tijana Krstić (Bahar 2003-2004)
Social, cultural and religious history of the early modern Ottoman and wider Mediterranean world;  relations between Muslims and non-Muslims, cultural encounter and mediation between Christendom and Islamdom  

Rossitsa Gradeva (Bahar 2004-2005)
The pre-modern history of the Balkan lands (before and during the Ottoman centuries); key institutions and processes of the Ottoman social and economic history as experienced in the Balkans

Janos Mihaly Bak (Güz 2005-2006)
Medieval history; history of ideas and institutions; nobility in Medieval Central Europe; Latin paleography and diplomatics

Maria Vaiou (Güz 2005-2006)
Diplomacy in the early Islamic world; Byzantine-Abbasid relations; political and cultural exchanges between Medieval Islamic and Christian worlds

Sonja Brentjes (Bahar 2008-2009)
Islamic sciences and mathematics in Pre-Modern and Early Modern times; exchange of geographical and mathematical knowledge between Western Europe and the Middle East

 Jan Hennings (2014-2015)

Russian History: From the Beginnings to the mid-19th century; The Formations and Constructions of Europe