Ottoman Census Registers
This is a group that meets monthly, to work through Ottoman population registers of the Greek community in Istanbul in the early to mid nineteenth century. We are tabulating the data for an open-source data analysis and visualization project. Please contact us if you would like to join.
IstanΠόλις in Print:
Mapping Greek Press Offices in Istanbul
Using Google Maps, this project pins the locations of Greek publishers throughout the city of Istanbul in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Citizens of Greece in Istanbul Register
This project focuses on compiled data from the Citizens of Greece in Istanbul Register which collected information on permanent resident Greek citizens in Istanbul. It allows for a dynamic understanding of the Greek community in Istanbul as diasporic and ever fluctuating rather than a stagnant insulated community.
Mapping the Syllogos
This project identifies Greek Literary Society of Constantinople (O Eλληνικός Φιλολογικός Σύλλογος Κωνσταντινουπόλεως) members in order to map the greater Rum intellectual community. We seek to understand the contribution of Rum intellectuals and as well as their connection to intellectual communities across the Empire and even into Europe.
Mapping Φιλικὴ Ἑταιρεία
This project maps the origins of the members of Filiki Eteria (Φιλικὴ Ἑταιρεία), translating to Society of Friends, which was a secret society that played a key role in leading the Greek Revolution.
Mapping Paspates and Balıklı Hospital Registers
This project visualizes the reports of Alexander Paspates on the patients of the Greek Hospital of Yedikule (1862) which contribute to a greater understanding of the urban contexts of the Rum community -- their working conditions and relationships with poverty, space, and illness.
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