Yasemin Bağcı MA
- PhD student
- Medieval pottery
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|Faculty / Department:||Faculteit Archeologie, World Archaeology, Archaeology of the Near East|
Van Steenis gebouw
2333 CC Leiden
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Yasemin Bağcı holds a B.A. from the Fine Arts department of the Ecole Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (Strasbourg, France) and an M.A. from the department of Anatolian Cultural Heritage Management of Koç University (Istanbul, Turkey). Her master thesis, supervised by Dr. Scott Redford, entitled “ Late Medieval Pottery from the Çinili Kiosk Museum: The Port Saint Symeon and Related Sgraffito and Champlevé Pottery and Other Champlevé Ceramics of the Nihat Kolaşın Collection” and focused on an unprovenanced ceramic collection of the late medieval period in the Archaeological Museum of Istanbul. Since June 2011, she has been working as a medieval pottery specialist in the Gözlükule Excavation Project (Tarsus, Turkey).
Medieval Ceramics from Tarsus, Southern Turkey: A New Look on the Material from the Old Gözlükule Excavations
Dr. Joanita A.C. Vroom
Prof. dr. Frans Theuws
Although the medieval ceramic corpus of the Gözlükule project was found in the 1930s, it was only published in a brief article in the 1940s. This PhD research aims to present and assess the medieval pottery assemblage recovered on the mound of Gözlükule, Tarsus with an integrated approach, combining the evidence of pottery and other research carried on the medieval eastern Mediterranean in order to understand questions of production and consumption and the socio-economic and cultural dimensions of material culture. It is part of the VIDI Research Project: Material Culture, Consumption and Social Change .
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