Ottoman Turkish

Introductory Ottoman Turkish

Subject Code: 
COMPLIT
Course Number: 
245
Description: 

Course is open to undergraduate and graduate students. Aims to familiarize students with Ottoman Turkish script and develop competence in reading Ottoman Turkish texts in print. Selected readings will range from poetry to prose, from newspaper and journal articles to reference works.

Instructor: 
Burcu Karahan Richardson
Term: 
Spr
Academic Year: 
2013-14
Units: 
1-3
Day/Time: 
MW 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Poster: 
course poster

Introductory Ottoman Turkish

Subject Code: 
COMPLIT
Course Number: 
245
Description: 

Course is open to undergraduate and graduate students.   Aims to familiarize students with Ottoman Turkish script and develop competence in reading Ottoman Turkish texts in print. Selected readings will range from poetry to prose, from newspaper and journal articles to reference works.

Instructor: 
Burcu Karahan Richardson
Term: 
Aut
Academic Year: 
2012-13
Units: 
1-3
Day/Time: 
TTh 1:15p-2:15p
Poster: 
course poster

Burcu Karahan Richardson

portrait: Burcu Richardson
Contact: 

Building 260, Room 232
Phone: 650 723 6608
bkarahan@stanford.edu

Office Hours: 
by appointment

Burcu Karahan's research focuses on the issues of translation, gender, narcissism, and Westernization in the case of 19th century Ottoman literature. Her teaching  interests include Ottoman and modern Turkish literatures; translations in late 19th century Turkish Literature; contemporary Turkish Cinema; 18th and 19thcentury British and French Novels; decadence, and the novel.

Education: 
  • MA Department of Turkish Literature, Bilkent University.
  • Ph.D. Department of Comparative Literature, Indiana University. 
Language(s): 
French
Language(s): 
Turkish
Language(s): 
Ottoman Turkish
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