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Saving the minds and loyalties of subjects: Ottoman education policy against the spread of shiism in Iraq during the time of Abdülhamid II
(Divan: Disiplinlerarası Çalışmalar Dergisi, Bilim ve Sanat Vakfı, 2016)
Towards the end of the nineteenth century, Ottoman authorities realized that the Sunni orthopraxy and ipso facto state sovereignty in Iraq were in danger. They believed that the great numbers of Sunni masses converting to ...
Multiculturalism and revolutions in the caucasus: Ali and Nino
(Açık Medeniyet, İbn Haldun Üniversitesi, 2017)
Kurban Said’s 1937 novel Ali and Nino tells the story of a pair of lovers from Baku whose lives are dramatically altered in the aftermath of the revolutions and new nation states arising post World War I. Although, from ...
Lübnan siyasal sisteminin açık ve kapalı medeniyet yaklaşımları
(, İbn Haldun Üniversitesi, Medeniyetler İttifakı Enstitüsü, 2017)
Bu çalışmada, medeniyet kavramına getirilen açık ve kapalı medeniyet yaklaşımının siyasi ve hukuki düzlemdeki teorik çerçevesini ve bu iki yaklaşım arasındaki farkı ortaya koyarak, bu yaklaşımın ışığında modern dönemde iki ...
Atinalı Mühtedi Mehmed
(Christian-Muslim Relations: A Bibliographical History: Ottoman and Safavid Empires (1600-1700), Brill Academic Publishers, 2017)
Mehmed was originally a Christian. He trained for the priesthood and studied Christian theology and the Greek sciences in Athens, the city of his birth. According to his polemical treatise Atinalu Kapucî[nin] Habîbullâh ...
Making things to serve sultans, viziers and army commanders (1450-1800)
(The Medieval History Journal, SAGE, 2018)
Ottoman documents on manufactures for court and army concentrate on governmental initiatives. However, the time has come to view these branches of production in a broader, comparative perspective, focusing on the demands ...