At the Gates of Western Civilization: Islam and the Turks in Central Europe
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Fellowship Work Summary, 2007–08
Maureen Healy drafted two chapters of At the Gates of Western Civilization: Islam and the Turks in Central European Historical Memory. She wrote "Forum on Everyday Life: Six Historians in Search of Alltagsgeschichte"for Aspasia: International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women's and Gender History (forthcoming), and two journal articles, "Turks Past in the Austrian Present: The Ottoman Menace in 1883"and "Between Erbfeinde and Brothers-in-Arms: Turks in Early Twentieth-Century Central Europe." Healy accepted a new position at Lewis and Clark College.