Merve Tekgürler

Former Graduate Coordinator (Website)
PhD Candidate in History
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Merve Tekgürler is a PhD candidate in History. They have a BA degree in History and Social and Cultural Anthropology from Freie University, Berlin. In their dissertation research, Merve is working on Ottoman-Polish borderlands in late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, with a focus on changes and continuities north of the Danubian River in relation to Russian and Austrian imperial policy. Aside from their dissertation research, Merve is training a handwritten text recognition model for eighteenth century Ottoman Turkish and working at Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis as graduate mentor.

Merve redesigned the CMEMS Website in Spring/Summer 2022.

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