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Fredrick Walter Lorenz



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Email    florenz@ucla.edu
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Fredrick Walter Lorenz's research focuses on migrations and empire shaping in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth-century Ottoman Empire. He studies the impact of large-scale migrations to and resettlements in the Balkans, Anatolia, and Syria on the political, social, and cultural foundations of the late Ottoman Empire

Subfield: Modern Middle East,  Ottoman Empire, Migration, Borderlands

 

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Fields of Study

Modern Middle East, Ottoman Empire, Migration, Borderlands

Research

Fredrick Walter Lorenz's research focuses on migrations and empire shaping in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth-century Ottoman Empire. He studies the impact of large-scale migrations to and resettlements in the Balkans, Anatolia, and Syria on the political, social, and cultural foundations of the late Ottoman Empire.

Advisors

James Gelvin

Sarah Stein

Aomar Boum

Isa Blumi

Degrees

M.A., History, Indiana University

M.A., Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, Indiana University

B.A., Middle Eastern Studies, Georgia State University

B.S., Biochemistry, State University of New York at Geneseo