Hasan Kayalı

Hasan Kayalı teaches the history of the Middle East in the Islamic period. He studied at Harvard University, where he received his B.A. in Government and doctorate in History and Middle Eastern Studies. He has written on the administration of Arab provinces in the late Ottoman Empire and nationalism and rival ideologies during the transition from empire to nation-states.

Book

Arabs and Young Turks: Ottomanism, Arabism, and Islamism in the Second Constitutional Period of the Ottoman Empire, 1908-1918. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997.

In translation: Jön Türkler ve Araplar, tr. Türkan Yöney. Istanbul: Tarih VakfıYurt Yayınları, 1998.

Al-harakah al-qawmiyah al-'arabiyah bi 'uyun 'uthmaniyah, tr. Fadil Jatkar. Damascus: Qadmus Press, 2003.

Edited works

Empire to Nation: Historical Perspectives on the Making of the Modern World. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, co-edited with Joseph W. Esherick and Eric Van Young, 2006.

“Studies in Late Ottoman Islam.” Archivum Ottomanicum 19 (2001), co-edited with Kevin Reinhart.

Recent publications:

“Zaman İçinde Arap İsyanı/İhtilali: Tarihsel Bellek ve Tarih Yazımı,” Toplumsal Tarih 294 (2018)

Jön Türkler ve Araplar, tr. Türkan Yöney. Istanbul: İş Bankası Kültür Yayınları, 2018  (3rd edition).

“Ottoman Experience of World War I: Historiographical Problems and Trends.”Journal of Modern History 89:4 (2017).

“İsyan Arap Milliyetciliğinin İlham Kaynağı mı?” Derin Tarih 58 (2017).

“Suriya fi al-harb al-‘alamiya al-ula wa al-tahaluf al-almani-al-uthmani: itlalat naqdiya ‘ala al-tarikh” in Miʼat ʻam ʻala al-harb al-ʻalamiyah al-ula : muqarabat ‘arabiya [World War I a Century Later: Arab Approaches, vol. II: Arab Societies: Conditions and Transformations], eds., Wajih Kawtharani, et. al. Beirut: Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies, 2016.

  • HINE 114 History of the Islamic Middle East, 600-1800
  • HINE 116 The Middle East in the Age of Empire
  • HINE 118 The Middle East in the Twentieth Century
  • HINE 127 History of Modern Turkey
  • HINE 186/286 Special Topics in Middle Eastern history
  • HINE 257 Readings in the History of the Modern Middle East
  • HINE 275 Research seminar in Middle Eastern history