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Evered, Emine Ö.

Associate Professor, History
Michigan State University


As an historian of the Middle East and North Africa, Emine Ö. Evered specializes in analyzing late Ottoman and early nationalist accounts of education and public health as a means to understanding themes in modernization, nation-building, and ethno-religious particularization. She earned her PhD in History with a minor in Near Eastern Studies from the University of Arizona. She also holds an MA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and graduate and undergraduate degrees from institutions in Turkey.

DISCIPLINE
History
SUB AREAS
World History   
Mysticism/Sufi Studies   
Islamic Studies   
Gender/Women's Studies   
Education   
Minorities   
Nationalism   
Population Studies   
Health   
History of Medicine   
Turkish Studies   
Ottoman Studies   
AREAS OF INTEREST
All Middle East   
Balkans   
Anatolia   
Turkey   
Ottoman Empire   
SPECIALTIES
Citizenship & Natlsm   
Ottoman Educ   
Public health histories   
LANGUAGES
Arabic (Intermediate)   
Azeri (Advanced)   
Kurdish (Elementary)   
Ottoman (Advanced)   
Persian (Intermediate)   
Turkish (Native)   
English (Advanced)   
EDUCATION
PhD2005HistoryUniversity of Arizona
MA1994HistoryUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
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Emine Ö. Evered






Department of History
Michigan State University
506 Circle Drive, Old Horticulture Building
East Lansing, MI
48824-1036
United States
evered@msu.edu

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