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İsmail Hakkı Kadı, Istanbul Medeniyet University
This study analyses the dynamics between the non-Muslim merchant elites of Ankara and Izmir (mostly Greeks and Armenians) and their European competitors in the eighteenth century, particularly the mohair trade in Ankara, and Ottoman infiltration of the Dutch trade between Amsterdam and Izmir.
Edited by Peter Sluglett with Stefan Weber
edited by Vera Costantini and Markus Koller
This book dedicated to Suraiya Faroqhi regards the Ottoman Empire rather as an Ecumenical Community than only as a polity. The contributions included in this volume describe some of the close contacts between various ecumenical communities within and beyond the Ottoman borders, and their ...
Edited by Géza Dávid and Pál Fodor
The volume is an ambitious attempt to give a comprehensive picture of trade in captives along the European borders of the Ottoman Empire, especially in Central Europe. It brings together a great deal of so far unpublished archival material and thus integrates a new area into the research.
Judith Mendelsohn Rood
This volume analyzes the political and socio-economic roles of the Muslim community of Jerusalem in the Ottoman period by focusing upon the rebellion of 1834 against Muhammad Ali from a natural law perspective using the archives of the Islamic court.
By rereading Tocqueville's classic, The Old Régime and the French Revolution, through an Ottoman prism this study probes the unresolved paradoxes in modern analyses of 18th century institutional change while documenting critical facets of an Eurasian state that remains in the shadow of modern ...
This source publication of the unique series of the Ottoman-Polish treaties provides fascinating information on the political relations of the Porte with its northern neighbor, as well as on the Christian-Muslim contacts in early modern Eastern Europe.
Edited by Madeline C. Zilfi
Edited by Gilles Veinstein
This intriguing study looks into the pre-Islamic Turkic traditions, the role of Islam, and other historical factors involved in the development of Ottoman funeral practices and attitudes to Death, which the present-day Turks have nolens volens inherited.
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