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Article by Dr. Fatma Öncel in the International Review of Social History

Jul 7 2020

Kudos to Dr. Fatma Öncel, Research Associate with CESTA's Mapping Ottoman Epirus project for her article, "Transhumants and Rural Change in Northern Greece Throughout the Nineteenth Century," recently published online in the International Review of Social History by Cambridge University Press.

Dr. Öncel is an Istanbul-based historian specialized on social and economic history of the Ottoman Empire. As the research associate of the Mapping Ottoman Epirus Project, Dr. Öncel focuses on land tenure, taxation, debt and credit relations, agrarian management, and proto-industrialization under Ali Pasha's rule. The research for this article was concluded during Dr. Öncel's postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis at Stanford University during the 2018-2019 academic year.

 

View Dr. Öncel's article in the International Review of Social History .