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Salim Ayduz

Director of Heritage Department

British Muslim Heritage Centre

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British Muslim Heritage Centre

College Road Whalley Range

Manchester, Manchester,M16 8BP

United Kingdom

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Our People and Partners | 1001 Inventions

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Turkish Book Translation Editors - Prof. Talip Alp and Prof. Salim Ayduz
Professor Salim Ayduz, British Muslim Heritage Centre (Ottoman Science)


London Centre for Social Studies | Prof Salim Ayduz

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Prof Salim Ayduz
London Centre for Social Studies | Prof Salim Ayduz Prof Salim Ayduz Prof Salim Ayduz Director of Heritage Department at British Muslim Heritage Centre Professor Salim Ayduz is currently Director at the British Muslim Heritage Centre, Manchester, UK at the Centre's Heritage Department. He is Chief Editor for two websites: http://heritageofislam.co.uk/ & www.islamandscience.co.uk. Since 1998, Dr Ayduz holds a PhD in "History of Ottoman Firearms and Cannon Founding Technology" awarded by Istanbul University (Department of History of Science). He held the positions of senior lecturer in Ottoman Studies at the Fatih University (Istanbul, 1999-2012) and the Medeniyet University (Istanbul, 2012-2014). He was a visiting scholar at both Indiana University (USA) and the University of Manchester (UK). Professor Ayduz has both either authored or co-authored 8 books, and produced 68 full paper publications, 16 online articles, and more than 120 articles for learned encyclopaedias. He is the co-editor of the Oxford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, Science and Technology in Islam (Ibrahim Kalin, Editor-in-Chief; Oxford University Press, New York, 2014). Professor Ayduz also contributed to the book 1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World (ed. S. T S. Al-Hassani et al, Manchester: FSTC, 2006). His work includes book reviews, translations and contributions to numbers of academic events, projects, TV and radio documentaries, exhibitions and high profile public events in Turkey and UK. Professor Ayduz is fluent in Turkish, Ottoman Turkish, and English. Events Turkish Science and Technology Contributions to Modern Civilization Dr Salim Ayduz Latest News


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Professor Salim Ayduz - Director of Heritage Department at British Muslim Heritage Centre, Manchester


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They will receive guidance and advice from both the TNA colleagues on request and Professor Salim Ayduz.
Professor Salim Ayduz will conduct an introductory session on a number of the Ottoman archival documents selected for display, using both his expertise on the subject and his knowledge of the Ottoman Turkish Language. Prof Salim Ayduz Director of Heritage Department at British Muslim Heritage Centre


London Centre for Social Studies | LCSS Training Programme on Ottoman and Archival Studies, London, 3rd-7th August 2015

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The idea of the Programme was conceived by Dr Salim Ayduz, Director of the Heritage Department at the British Muslim Heritage Centre in Manchester.
Dr Ayduz made his keynote speech about 'The Importance of the UK Public Record Office for Ottoman History Studies' followed by a joint presentation by Dr Gabriel Koureas, lecturer at Birkbeck, and Dr Colette Wilson, lecturer at the University of Westminster.


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