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A collection of essays on Ottoman political history, ranging from the eighteenth through to the twentieth centuries as the Empire went through a series of transformations.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-907-3
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Nov 30,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 227
Languages: English, French, German
ISBN: 978-1-61719-907-3
$140.00
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Ilber Ortayli, professor of Political Science, at the University of Ankara is one of the world’s most respected historians of the Ottoman Empire. This collection of Ortayli’s varied work offers the author’s insight into a wide range of topics concerning the Ottoman lands, including governance in the eighteenth-century, provincial history, minorities, the political restructuring that was the Tanzimat, Russo-Ottoman relations and society and culture. As a means of explaining the wide variety of topics he seeks to cover in this book, Ortayli begins by arguing to the reader that Ottoman history is the history of the third Roman Empire but that its breadth and depth have not been studied to the degree of its predecessors. With this collection, Ortayli focuses on the theme of transformation – something which is obvious from his selection of subjects such as the Tanzimat and the role of minorities in the Ottoman state. With his background in political history, Ortayli attempts to revive interest in this aspect of Ottoman historiography.

Ilber Ortayli, professor of Political Science, at the University of Ankara is one of the world’s most respected historians of the Ottoman Empire. This collection of Ortayli’s varied work offers the author’s insight into a wide range of topics concerning the Ottoman lands, including governance in the eighteenth-century, provincial history, minorities, the political restructuring that was the Tanzimat, Russo-Ottoman relations and society and culture. As a means of explaining the wide variety of topics he seeks to cover in this book, Ortayli begins by arguing to the reader that Ottoman history is the history of the third Roman Empire but that its breadth and depth have not been studied to the degree of its predecessors. With this collection, Ortayli focuses on the theme of transformation – something which is obvious from his selection of subjects such as the Tanzimat and the role of minorities in the Ottoman state. With his background in political history, Ortayli attempts to revive interest in this aspect of Ottoman historiography.

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  • PREFACE (page 7)
  • THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE AT THE END OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY (page 11)
  • THE PROBLEM OF NATIONALITIES IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE FOLLOWING THE SECOND SIEGE OF VIENNA (page 21)
  • DIE GESELLSCHAFTLICHEN UND WIRTSCHAFTLICHEN FOLGEN DER ZWEITEN BELAGERUNG WIENS FUR DAS OSMANISCHE REICH (page 35)
  • OTTOMAN-HABSBURG RELATIONS 1740-1770, AND STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN THE INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS OF THE OTTOMAN STATE (page 43)
  • LA VIE QUOTIDIENNE DES MISSIONS ETRANGERES A GALATA (page 55)
  • UNE PROCLAMATION UNIVERSELLE DU KHANAT DE CRIMEE DE JANVIER 1711 (page 63)
  • THE PORT-CITIES IN THE ARAB PROVINCES OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE (page 69)
  • IOANINA AND ITS PORT-TOWN PREVEZA IN THE LATE OTTOMAN EMPIRE (1864-1895) (page 79)
  • OTTOMANISM AND ZIONISM DURING THE SECOND CONSTITUTIONAL PERIOD, 1908-1915 (page 87)
  • THE GREEKS AND OTTOMAN ADMINISTRATION DURING THE TANZIMAT PERIOD (page 97)
  • LA PRESSE BULGARE A ISTANBUL ENTRE 1845 ET 1875 (page 103)
  • LE TANZIMAT ET LE MODELE FRANCAIS MIMETISME OU ADAPTATION? (page 109)
  • FROM THE OTTOMAN EXPERIMENT IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO THE FIRST CONSTITUTIONAL PARLIAMENT OF 1876-77 (page 119)
  • DIE EINFLUSSE DES SPATOSMANISCHEN BUROKRATISCHEN SYSTEMS AUF DIE REPUBLIKANISCHE BUROKRATIE (page 127)
  • THE FAMILY IN OTTOMAN SOCIETY (page 137)
  • OTTOMAN FAMILY LAW AND THE STATE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (page 151)
  • LES ORDRES MYSTIQUES ET L'ADMINISTRATION OTTOMANE A L'EPOQUE DU TANZIMAT (page 163)
  • KINDERLITERATUR IN DER TANZIMATZEIT (page 169)
  • BERLIN IM URTEIL TURKISCHER REISENDER UND INTELLEKTUELLER (page 175)
  • SOME NOTES ON MODERN TURKISH HISTORICAL DRAMA (page 181)
  • DER OSMANISCHE HOF IM 19. JAHRHUNDERT (page 191)
  • TURKOLOGIE UND SLAWISTIK: EINE BILANZ DER GRUNDUNGSJAHRE DER TURKEI-TURKOLOGIE UND DER TURKOLOGIE IN DEN TURKOPHONEN SOWJET-REPUBLIKEN (page 197)
  • REPORTS AND CONSIDERATIONS OF ISMAIL BEY GASPRINSKII IN TERCUMAN ON CENTRAL ASIA (page 205)
  • SULEYMAN AND IVAN: TWO AUTOCRATS OF EASTERN EUROPE (page 211)
  • REFORMS OF PETRINE RUSSIA AND THE OTTOMAN MIND (page 219)
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS (page 225)