4TH INTERNATIONAL BALKAN ANNUAL CONFERENCE (IBAC)
“TURKEY AND ROMANIA: HISTORICAL TIES AND FUTURE COLLABORATIONS IN THE
BALKANS”
BUCHAREST ROMANIA (15-18 SEPTEMBER 2014)
IBAC 2014 CONFERENCE PROGRAM
Welcome
Address
OPENING CEREMONY
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
Prof. Dr. Ahmet YEŞİL
Conference Chair
Prof. Dr. Adrian Mihai CIOROIANU
Dean of Faculty of History
Murat AYDIN
Mayor of Zeytinburnu Municipality
18:00-19:00
Address by
Prof. Dr. Mircea DUMITRU
Rector of University of Bucharest
Prof. Dr. Yunus SÖYLET
Rector of Istanbul University
Opening Address
Address by
19:00-21:00
Mr. Ambassador Koray ERTAŞ
Turkish Embassy in Bucharest
Titus CORLĂȚEAN
Minister for Foreign Affairs
Mini Concert
Opening Cocktail
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HALL-A
Status of the
Principalities
FIRST
SESSION
Chair:
Prof. Dr. Mihai
Maxim
HALL-B
09.3010.50
Imprint of
Turkish Culture
in Romania
Chair:
Assist. Prof. Dr.
Silvana Rachieru
Dr. Rodica Butucel
Thursday, 16 October 2014
Damian Panaitescu
Dr. Bekir Gökpınar
(PhD student)
The Effects of
Ottoman
Ottoman Policies and
Sovereignty in
Wallachia’s Public
Eighteenth Century Finances (1714-1774)
Wallachia and
Moldavia: a Case of
Mental Geography
of the
Enlightenment
Epoch
Dr. Dorel Micle
Assist. Prof. Dr. Arzu
Kılınç
The Turkish Baths
from Timisoara—
The Crimean Tatars
an Original
that Migrated to
Archaeological
Turkey from
Monument in the
Romania
Context of
Rehabilitating the
City’s Historical
Centre
10:5011:10
11:1011:30
Michał Wasiucionek
Logistics Supports
Provided from EflakBoğdan in1716 during
Ottoman-Austrian
Wars
Placing the Danubian
Principalities within the
Composite Ottoman
Empire
Metin Ömer
(PhD Student)
Assist. Prof. Dr. Iulia
Chesca
The Influence of
Atatürk’s Reforms on
the Turkish
Community of
Dobrudja
Ada-Kaleh Turks.
Fragments of history,
Culture and Destiny
Question and Answer
Coffee Break
HALL-A
Transylvania
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
Marius Diaconescu
Szabolcs Hadnagy
(PhD student)
Assist. Prof. Dr. Uğur
Kurtaran
Dr. Gábor Kármán
Transylvanian
2
SECOND
SESSION
between the two
Empires
Chair:
Prof. Dr. Viorel
Panaite
11:3012:50
HALL-B
Economic
Relations
Chair:
Prof. Dr. Süleyman
Özdemir
The Role of the
Ottomans in the
War between
Transylvania and
the Habsburgs in
1562-1568
Transylvania or
Venice? The Ottoman
Military Campaign in
1658
Reflections of Ardeal
Issue in 17th Century
Ottoman-Austrian
Relationships in
Diplomatic Field
Pretenders at the
Sublime Porte.
Arzu KaraaslanMehtap Nasıroğlu
Dr. Alina Sava
Assist. Prof. Dr. Aziz
Tekdemir
Assist. Prof. Dr.
Ömer Metin
Formation of
Cooperation Companies
in Romania
Economic Relations
Between Turkey and
Romania during
Ataturk Period
Wallachia –
Moldavia: The
Food Depository Of
Ottoman Istanbul
12:5013:10
13:1014:30
Question and Answer
Lunch
HALL-A
War and
Diplomacy
THIRD
SESSION
The Commercial
Relations between
Romania and the
Ottoman Empire
(1878-1912). A
Qualitative and
Quantitative
Assessment of the
Romanian Goods on
the Oriental Market
Chair:
Prof. Dr. Mahmut
Ak
Prof. Dr. Mehmet
Akif Erdoğru
Prof. Dr. Mehmet
Alaaddin Yalçınkaya
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Akitsu
Mayuzumi
An Agenda of
Ottoman Army for
Suçeava by
Suleiman the
Magnificent in 1538
The Meetings of
Foreign Envoys by
the Principalities of
Wallachia and
Moldavia in the
Second Half of the
The Establishment of the
Russian consulates in the
Danubian Principalities
in the 1780s and the
Ottoman Empire
Dr. Margerata Aslan
Sequences of
Ottoman Diplomatic
Ceremonies in the
Work of Kelemen
Mikes
3
14:3015:50
HALL-B
Dr. Valentina
Zovko
Greater Balkans
The First Envoys of
the Republic of
Ragusa in Turkey
(1430-1431)
Chair:
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
Marius Diaconescu
15:5016:10
16:1016:30
Catholics in the
Ottoman Empire
through the eyes of
English travellers in
the 17th century
Caciur Dana Silvia
The Involvement of the
Morlachs in the Trade of
the Venetian Cities from
the Eastern Shores of the
Adriatic at the Middle of
the 16th Century
Prof. Dr. Tufan
Gündüz
Image Of Turk And
Muslim According
To Croatian Voyager
Matija Mazuranic
Question and Answer
Coffee Break
HALL-A
Borders and
Neighbours
FOURTH
SESSION
18th Century: The
Case of the Embassy
of Repnin to Istanbul
(1775-1776)
Radu-Andrei Dipratu
(PhD Student)
Chair:
Prof. Dr. Mustafa
H. Sayar
HALL-B
Prof. Dr. Illona
Czamańska
Prof. Dr. Mahir
Aydın
Assist. Prof. Dr. Hacer
Topaktaş
Dr. Liviu Bordaș
Between Poland
and Ottoman
Empire. Political
and juridical status
of Moldavia in 15th
– 18th century.
The Relations
between Wallachia
and Widdin:
Neighbourhood on
Opposite Shores at
the Danube
The Intermediary role
of the Ottoman
Empire in the
Circulation between
South Asia and
South-Eastern
Europe. A View from
the Romanian Lands
Dr. Ana Mihaela
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Guță
What happened beyond
the border?
Some Reports of
Moldavian and
Wallachian Voivods
Related to PolishLithuanian
Commonwealth (17641795)
Prof. Dr. Luminița
Cosmin Minea
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16:3017:50
Istrate
Armand
Munteanu
Romatic Exoticism
and Beauty of the
Turkish Harem
Woman
Turkey Image within
Romanian Travelling
Literature between
1848 and 1935
Being Homo Balcanicus
Without Knowing It: The
Case of Anton Pann
Image of the other
Chair:
Assist. Prof. Dr.
Iulia Chesca
17:5018:10
National
Representation
Undermined:
Romania as an
Oriental Country at
19th century
Universal Exhibitions
in Paris
Question and Answer
Friday, 17 October 2014
HALL-A
FIFTH
SESSION
09.3010.50
Lepar Ana-Maria
(PhD Student)
Assist. Feyzullah
Uyanık (PhD student)
Bucharest during the
Peace of 1812
Establishment of
Russian Influence in
Wallachia and
Moldavia According
to a Wallachian
HALL-B
Dr. Lia Chisacof
George Alexandru
Costan
Cultural Ties
Turkish: Known or
Unknown during the
Ottoman Rule
Romania
between
Turkey and
Russia
Chair:
Prof. Dr.
Mehmet Akif
Erdoğru
Chair:
Dr. Adrian
The Relationship
between The
Rıfa’ıyya Order and
Prof. Dr. İgor Zimin
Prof. Dr. A. Sokolov
Prof. Dr. Vladimir
Gutorov
Documents about History Political Education in
of Romania in the State
Post-communist
Archives of Russian
World: Some
Federation
theoretical Questions
and New Regional
Prospects
Coman Roxana-Mihaela
(PhD student)
Dr. Dimitris
Michalopoulos
“The Metropolitan of
the Gagauz”:
Ambassador
Tanrıöver and the
Problem of
Romania’s Christian
Orthodox Turks
Assist. Prof. Dr.
Hayrunnisa Alp
Oriental Representations Turkey Visit of Maria
in Carol Popp de
Tănase, The Queen of
Szatmari’s Watercolours:
Romanian Tango
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Silvan Ionescu
the Romanians during
Pre-Ottoman and
Ottoman Times
10:5011:10
11:1011:30
Question and Answer
Coffee Break
HALL-A
SIXTH
SESSION
11:3012:50
Political Actors
and Decision
Makers
Chair:
Prof. Dr. M.
Alaaddin
Yalçınkaya
HALL-B
TurkishRomanian
Relations in the
20th Century
Chair:
Prof. Dr. Mihai
Retegan
12:5013:10
13:1014:30
Documents from a
Western Perspective?
Assist. Prof. Dr.
Özgür Kolçak
A Transylvanian
Ruler in the Talons of
the “Hawks”: II.
Rákóczi II. György
and Köprülü Mehmed
Paşa
Prof. Dr. Mihai
Maxim
Assist. Prof. Dr.
Silvana Rachieru
Prince Constantin
Brâncoveanu of
Wallachia (16881714) and the
Sublime Porte. New
Documents from the
Turkish Archives
Prof. Dr. Emanuel
Plopeanu
Creating a Landmark
on the Diplomatic
Map of
Constantinople:
the Case of the Royal
Legation of Romania
Romania and Turkey
in the ‘20’s: between
Uncertainty,
Goodwill and
Divergences. Some
Mutual Perceptions
Lect. Dr. Ü. Filiz Bayram
A Walachian Lord at
1787-1792 OttomanRussian-Austro War in
Ottoman Sources: Nikola
Mavroyani
Irina Gafiţa
(PhD student)
On the Verge of War:
“Activists” Versus
“Neutralists”. The
Position of Nicolae
Ionescu
Dr. Pavelescu Serban
Liviu
Dr. Pompiliu-Nicolae
Constantin
The Romania’s National
Security Strategy and
Turkey during the first
Half of the Twentieth
Century
Football Encounters
between Romania
and Turkey: Cultural,
Social and Political
Dimension in the 20s
Question and Answer
Lunch
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HALL-A
SEVENTH
SESSION
14:3015:50
Wars between
1911 and 1918
Chair:
Assist. Prof. Dr.
Alin Matei
HALL-B
Linguistic Ties
Chair:
Prof. Dr.
Mustafa Özkan
15:5016:10
16:1016:30
16:3017:30
19:30
Assist. Prof. Dr.
Daniel Victor CreţuDr. Radu Ştefan
Racoviţan
The Activity of the
Romanian Diplomacy
and the ItalianTurkish War
Dr. Emil Suciu
The Turkish
Loanwords in
Romanian: A
Synthetic View
Cosmin - Constantin
Ioniță (PhD
Candidate)
The Ottoman
Tragedy. A
Romanian View of
the First Balkan War
Dr. Cotirlet PaulClaudiu
The Aromanian between
the Two Balkans Wars
Prof. Dr. Yusuf
Nevzat Sarıgöl
Prof. Dr. Agiemin
Baubec
Words of Turkish
Origin in the
Romanian Proverbs
Successful Romanian
Scholars in the Field of
Turkish-Romanian
Cultural Interactions
Dr. Valentin Fuşcan
The Anglo-Russian
Agreement on the
Straits (12 March
1915). Some
Considerations
Erem Melike Roman
Turkish Poetry in
Bucharest
Gihan Curtomer
(PhD Candidate)
Contact-Induced
Language Change in
Turkish Dialects of
Dobruja
Question and Answer
Coffee Break
AMFİ-IORGA
Evaluation and Closing Remarks
Reception hosted by the Turkish Ambassador (Calea Dorabantilor 72)
Saturday, 18 October 2014
Day Trip : Visit to Sinaia 18 October (126 km from Bucharest))
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IBAC 2014 CONFERENCE PROGRAM