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Edited by Fikret Adanir and Suraiya Faroqhi
Throughout, the contributors have distanced themselves from the nostalgia for ‘the past greatness’ of certain rulers of yore, and aimed for a detached, source-based assessment of historical developments. They have made a conscious effort to debunk ancient myths, although, human weakness being ...
Taking the history of one Inner Asian people, the Kerait Khanate, as its lead, and examining historical sources from a tribal point of view, this fascinating study deals with the circumstances leading to the rise of Chinggis Khan.
This important study examines the religio-political relations between Indian Muslims and the Ottomans between 1877 and 1924, as well as the British attitude towards the Pan-Islamic developments.
Linda T. Darling
This groundbreaking study of finance procedures and documents for the Ottoman Empire's post-classical age introduces sources for economic and social history, provides comparisons with other early modern European states and revises the concept of Ottoman decline.
Sayyida Salme and Emily Ruete. Edited with an Introduction by E. van Donzel
Presents the reader with an intimate picture of life in Zanzibar between 1850-1865, and with an intelligent observer's reactions to life in Germany in the Bismarck period. Emily Ruete's writings describe her attempts to recover her Zanzibar inheritance and her homesickness.
M.A. Dandamaev. Tr. into English by W.J. Vogelsang
Shīr Muḥ. Mīrāb Mūnis, Rizā Muḥ. Mīrāb Āgahī. Edited by Yuri Bregel
Edited by W.B. Hallaq and D.P. Little
Sketches the early history of the birthday festival of the Prophet Muḥammad in the Middle East and its dissemination in the Western part of the Muslim world until the 10/16th century.
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