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Fredrick Walter Lorenz



Contact Information

Email    florenz@ucla.edu
Office  Bunche 2149

Fredrick Walter Lorenz's research focuses on migrations and empire shaping in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth-century Ottoman Empire. He studies the political and social effects of the large-scale movement and resettlement of refugees from the Balkans into Anatolia and Arab provinces under Ottoman rule. 

Subfield: Modern Middle East, Late Ottoman Empire, Ottoman Balkans

 

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Fields of Study

Modern Middle East, Late Ottoman Empire, Ottoman Balkans

Research

Fredrick Walter Lorenz's research focuses on migrations and empire shaping in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth-century Ottoman Empire. He studies the political and social effects of the large-scale movement and resettlement of refugees from the Balkans into Anatolia and Arab provinces under Ottoman rule.

Advisors

Dr. James Gelvin

Degrees

M.A., History, Indiana University

M.A., Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, Indiana University

B.A., Middle Eastern Studies, Georgia State University

B.S., Biochemistry, State University of New York at Geneseo