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Food and Venetian Diplomacy in Early Modern Istanbul with Eric Dursteler

Painting of Ottomans and Venetians

'"A Continual Tavern in My House": Food and Venetian Diplomacy in Early Modern Istanbul,' a lecture with Eric Dursteler.

Eric Dursteler is Professor of History at Brigham Young University. His research focuses on gender, religious identity, and food in the the early modern Mediterranean. His publications include Venetians in Constantinople: Nation, Identity and Coexistence in the Early Modern Mediterranean (2006), Renegade Women: Gender, Identity and Boundaries in the Early Modern Mediterranean (2011), A Companion to Venetian History (2013), The Mediterranean World: From the Fall of Rome to the Rise of Napoleon (2016), co-authored with Monique O’Connell, and In the Sultan’s Realm: Two Venetian Ambassadorial Reports on the Early Modern Ottoman Empire (2018). His current research concerns food and foodways in the early modern Mediterranean. 

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