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Notes on Contributors landscape yhistor 157 EMINE Ö. EVERED, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor DAVID C. HARVEY is an Associate Professor in Critical of History in the Department of History, Michigan State Heritage Studies at Aarhus University, Denmark, and an University. She is a scholar of the modern Middle East with a Honorary Professor of Historical and Cultural Geography focus on the late Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic, at the University of Exeter (UK). His work has focused and her research now focuses on questions of public on the geographies of landscape, heritage, identity and health, disease, sexuality and sex work, and intoxicants. Her creative practice. He has contributed to some key debates previous publication, Empire and Education under the Ottomans: about processual understandings of heritage, extending the politics, reform and resistance from the Tanzimat to the Young Turks, temporal depth of heritage, the outlining of heritage- published in 2012, dealt with matters of educational policy landscape and heritage-climate change relations, as well as and schooling in terms of society-state relations, identity the opening up of hidden memories through oral history. His politics, and international affairs. most recent work includes The Future of Heritage as Climates Change: loss, adaptation and creativity http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Landscape History Taylor & Francis

Notes on Contributors

Landscape History , Volume 38 (2): 4 – Jul 3, 2017

Notes on Contributors

Landscape History , Volume 38 (2): 4 – Jul 3, 2017

Abstract

landscape yhistor 157 EMINE Ö. EVERED, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor DAVID C. HARVEY is an Associate Professor in Critical of History in the Department of History, Michigan State Heritage Studies at Aarhus University, Denmark, and an University. She is a scholar of the modern Middle East with a Honorary Professor of Historical and Cultural Geography focus on the late Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic, at the University of Exeter (UK). His work has focused and her research now focuses on questions of public on the geographies of landscape, heritage, identity and health, disease, sexuality and sex work, and intoxicants. Her creative practice. He has contributed to some key debates previous publication, Empire and Education under the Ottomans: about processual understandings of heritage, extending the politics, reform and resistance from the Tanzimat to the Young Turks, temporal depth of heritage, the outlining of heritage- published in 2012, dealt with matters of educational policy landscape and heritage-climate change relations, as well as and schooling in terms of society-state relations, identity the opening up of hidden memories through oral history. His politics, and international affairs. most recent work includes The Future of Heritage as Climates Change: loss, adaptation and creativity

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Taylor & Francis
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© 2017 Society for Landscape Studies
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2160-2506
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0143-3768
DOI
10.1080/01433768.2017.1394090
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Abstract

landscape yhistor 157 EMINE Ö. EVERED, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor DAVID C. HARVEY is an Associate Professor in Critical of History in the Department of History, Michigan State Heritage Studies at Aarhus University, Denmark, and an University. She is a scholar of the modern Middle East with a Honorary Professor of Historical and Cultural Geography focus on the late Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic, at the University of Exeter (UK). His work has focused and her research now focuses on questions of public on the geographies of landscape, heritage, identity and health, disease, sexuality and sex work, and intoxicants. Her creative practice. He has contributed to some key debates previous publication, Empire and Education under the Ottomans: about processual understandings of heritage, extending the politics, reform and resistance from the Tanzimat to the Young Turks, temporal depth of heritage, the outlining of heritage- published in 2012, dealt with matters of educational policy landscape and heritage-climate change relations, as well as and schooling in terms of society-state relations, identity the opening up of hidden memories through oral history. His politics, and international affairs. most recent work includes The Future of Heritage as Climates Change: loss, adaptation and creativity

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