Stambouline is dedicated to exploring the art and architecture of the Ottoman Empire and beyond, looking at the stories behind the buildings and objects that have been left behind. We want to focus especially on the stuff you won't see in many guidebooks. Each post introduces a new place or object, and there is always some suggested reading if you want to learn more. We also include the post's real-time location in Google Maps, in the hopes that you feel inspired and want to check out some of these places for yourself. If you have comments or questions, please email stambouline@gmail.com. We are always eager for new submissions.

This blog is part of a consortium of websites dedicated to bringing the history of the Middle East and North Africa to a wide audience. To find out more, you can explore these other blogs and podcasts here

The founder and editor of the blog, Emily Neumeier, is Assistant Professor of Art History in the Tyler School of Art, Temple University.

Guest Contributors:

Zoe Griffith, Brown University
James Ryan, University of Pennsylvania
Michael Talbot, University of St. Andrews
Benjamin Anderson, Cornell University
Ashely Dimmig, University of Michigan
William Gourlay, Monash University
Ayla Amon, The George Washington University
Michael Połczyński, Georgetown University
Chris Gratien and Graham Pitts, Georgetown University
Kateryna Malaia, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Lydia Harrington, Boston University
Annie Greene, University of Chicago
Sato Moughalian, Independent Scholar


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