Don Juan Archiv - Wien, Forschungsverlag
Symposium „Culture, Diplomacy and Peacemaking: Ottoman-European Relations in the Wake of the Treaty of Belgrade (1739) and the Era of Maria Theresia (r. 1740-1780)“
M. Özalp Birol (General Manager, Suna and Inan Kirac Foundation Culture and Art Enterprises)
Suna Suner (Don Juan Archiv Wien)
Michael Hüttler (Hollitzer Publishing - Don Juan Archiv Wien)
Doris Danler (Director - Austrian Cultural Forum Istanbul)
Ilber Ortayli (Galatasaray University - Don Juan Archiv Wien)

OTTOMAN EMPIRE & EUROPEAN THEATRE


VIII. Culture, Diplomacy and Peacemaking:


Ottoman-European Relations

in the Wake of the Treaty of Belgrade (1739)

and the

Era of Maria Theresia (r.1740–1780)

 

International Symposium organized by
Don Juan Archiv Wien

 

Under the patronage of

Exc. Hasan Göğüş

Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey in Vienna

&

Exc. Dr. Klaus Wölfer

Ambassador of the Republic of Austria in Ankara

 

In cooperation with

Pera Museum Istanbul,
The UNESCO International Theatre Institute in Vienna (ITI)
and
The Austrian Cultural Forum in Istanbul

 

Dates: May 28-29, 2015
Venue: Pera Museum, Meşrutiyet Caddesi No.65, 34443 Tepebaşı - Beyoğlu - İstanbul

Istanbul

 

Thursday, May 28th, 2015

 

10:00–11:00 Opening Ceremony

 

11:00–11:30 Coffee Break

 

11:30–12:45 Session I “Of Ottoman Diplomacy”

Seyfi Kenan

The Education of an Ottoman Envoy during the Early Modern Period (Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries)

John Whitehead

The Embassy of Yirmisekizzade Said Mehmed Pasha to Paris (1742)

 

12:45–14:00 Lunch Break

 

14:00–15:15 Session II “The Siege of Belgrade (1789) and the Legend of a Field Marshal”

Tatjana Marković

Celebrating Field Marshal Gideon Ernest von Laudon (1717–1790) in European Literature and Music

Michael Hüttler

Celebrating Field Marshal Gideon Ernest von Laudon (1717–1790) in Theatre: The Siege of Belgrade on Stage

 

15:15–15:30 Coffee Break

 

15:30–16:45 Session III “Theatrical Aspects: Venice, Paris”

Maria Alberti

L’impresario delle Smirne (‘The Impresario from Smyrna’, 1759) by Carlo Goldoni (1707–1793), Namely the Naive Turk

Aliye Fatma Mataracı and Julia Bates

The Staging of Fascination: Theatrical Costume as a Manifestation of Eighteenth-Century French Interest in the Ottomans

 

18:00 onwards Symposium Dinner

 

Friday, 29th May, 2015

 

10:00–11:15 Session IV “In Kostantiniyye: Diplomacy, Culture, Theatre”

Gülgûn Üçel-Aybet

Aaron Hill (1685–1750) and His Observations on Ottoman Music and Learning

Johanna Borek

A Failed Diplomatic Career and its Consequences for European Knowledge of Oriental History, Culture, and Literature: Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall’s (1774–1856) Sojourn at Constantinople

 

11:15–11:30 Coffee Break

 

11:30–12:00 Book Presentation by Hollitzer Publishing

Michael Hüttler and Hans Ernst Weidinger (eds): Ottoman Empire and European Theatre, Vol. III: Images of the Harem in Literature and Theatre, Wien: Hollitzer, 2015 (= Ottomania 5).

 

12:00–13:30 Closure of the sessions and Lunch Break

 

***

 

13:30–15:30 Ottoman Round Tables – III

Istanbul Research Institute (2. Floor)

Envoys, Embassies: Art-Historical and Cultural-Historical Substance and Sources

 

18:00 onwards Closing Dinner

 

Symposium Full Programme incl. Abstracts

Letztes Update: 03.07.2015
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