Prof. Dr. Halil İNALCIK
Born in İstanbul, May 26, 1916, of Seyit Osman Nuri, Ayşe Bahriye, married to
Şevkiye İNALCIK, 1943, one daughter, Günhan, 1948.
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1940 Graduated from Faculty of Letters (Dil ve Tarih-Coğrafya Fakültesi), University of Ankara.
Ph. D. in the same Faculty, thesis published under the title "Tanzimat ve Bulgar Meselesi, Ankara 1943. Turksih with a Summary in French (Tanzimat et la Question Bulgare).
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Letters, Dep. of History, University of Ankara.
Associate Professor, the same Department.
Professor, Faculty of Letters (DTCF), University of Ankara (Courses; History of the Ottoman Empire, European History, American History).
1972 Professor, Faculty of Political Science, Ankara University (Courses; Ottoman Administrative History of Turkish Revolution).
Professor, Dep. of History, The University of Chicago, Emeritus 1986- (Courses; History of the Ottoman Empire, Ottoman economic and social History).
Professor, Dep. of History, Bilkent University, Ankara (Course; Ottoman History).
Visiting Professor, Columbia University, School of International Affairs, 1953-1954 academic year (Ottoman History).
1967, 1990-1992 Visiting Professor, Princeton University (Ottoman History).
Visiting Professor, Pennsylvania University (Ottoman History).
Member, The Turkish Historical Society, Ankara.
Member, Committee of South-East European Studies, Turkish Historical Society, Ankara.
1971-1974 President, Association International des Etudes du Sud-Est European Studies, Turkish Historical Society, Ankara.
1974 Corresponding Fellow, The Royal Historical Society, London.
Honorary Fellow, The Royal Asiatic Society, London.
1979 Visiting Directeur d’Etudes assoice a 1’ ecole der Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris.
1983 Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Medal of High Service, Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
1993 Honorary Member, Turkish Academy of Arts and Sciences.
1993 Member of the High Council, The Atatürk Foundation of Turkish Culture and History, Language, Ankara.
Honorary Membership, Middle East Studies Association America and Canada.
Corresponding Member, The British Academy.
1995 Honorary Membership, American Historical Association.
1995 Honorary Member, The Nicola lorga Historical Institute, Bucharest, Titutescu Medal of High Service, Romanian Embassy, Ankara.
Rockfoller Foundation Fellowship, Harvard University
Research Centre For Islamic History, Ar and Culture award, Organization of Islamic Conference, İstanbul.
Prof. Dr. Mustafa Parlar Education and Research Foundation award, Middle East Technical University, Ankara.
Best work in Social Sciences: Osmanlı İmparatorluğu, Toplum ve Ekonomi, the Sedat Simavi Foundation Award, İstanbul.
Doctor Honoris Causa:
Boğaziçi University, İstanbul
University of Athens
Selçuk Üniversity of Konya
Hebrow University of Jerusalem
1993 University of Bucharest
1995 Uludağ University, Bursa
1968 Co-editor, Archivum Otomanicum, The Hague.
Co-editor, Journal of Ottoman Studies, İstanbul
Co-editor, Vol. V. The History of The Scientific and Cultural Development of Mankind, UNESCO.
Harvard Ukranien Studies (Cambridge)
East European Quarterly (Boulder)
Studia Islamica (Paris)
Islamic Studies (Islamabad)
For the period 1940-1986 see Journal of Turkish Studies, Harvard University, Vol. 10, V-XVI.
1993 Osmanlı İmparatorluğu, Toplum ve Ekonomi, İstanbul
1993 The Middle East and The Balkans under the Ottoman Empire, Bloomington.
1994 A Social and Economic History of the Ottoman Empire (editor), Cambridge, CUP.
1995 Sources and Studies on the Ottoman Black Sea, Harvard University.