The Ottoman world

edited by Christine Woodhead

The Ottoman empire as a political entity comprised most of the present Middle East (with the principal exception of Iran), north Africa and south-eastern Europe. For over 500 years, until its disintegration during World War I, it encompassed a diverse range of ethnic, religious and linguistic communities with varying political and cultural backgrounds. Yet, was there such a thing as an 'Ottoman world' beyond the principle of sultanic rule from Istanbul? Ottoman authority might have been established largely by military conquest, but how was it maintained for so long, over such distances and so many disparate societies? How did provincial regions relate to the imperial centre and what role was played in this by local elites? What did it mean in practice, for ordinary people, to be part of an 'Ottoman world'? Arranged in five thematic sections, with contributions from thirty specialist historians, The Ottoman World addresses these questions, examining aspects of the social and socio-ideological composition of this major pre-modern empire, and offers a combination of broad synthesis and detailed investigation that is both informative and intended to raise points for future debate. The Ottoman World provides a unique coverage of the Ottoman empire, widening its scope beyond Istanbul to the edges of the empire, and offers key coverage for students and scholars alike.

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  • List of Ilustrations List of Maps Preface Note on Turkish and technicalities 1. Introduction Christine Woodhead PART I: FOUNDATIONS 2. Nomads and tribes in the Ottoman empire Resat Kasaba 3. The Ottoman economy in the early imperial age Rhoads Murphey 4. The law of the land Colin Imber 5. A kadi court in the Balkans: Sofia in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries Rossitsa Gradeva 6. Imarets Amy Singer 7. Sufis in the age of state-building and confessionalization Derin Terzioglu PART II: OTTOMANS AND OTHERS 8. Royal and other households Metin Kunt 9. 'On the tranquillity and repose of the sultan': the construction of a topos Hakan Karateke 10. Of translation and empire: sixteenth-century Ottoman imperial interpreters as renaissance go-betweens Tijana Krstic 11. Ottoman languages Christine Woodhead 12. Ethnicity, race, religion and social class: Ottoman markers of difference Baki Tezcan 13. The Kizilbas of Syria and Ottoman Shiism Stefan Winter 14. The reign of violence: the celalis c. 1550-1700 Oktay Ozel PART III: THE WIDER EMPIRE 15. Between universalistic claims and reality: Ottoman frontiers in the early modern period Dariusz Kolodziejczyk 16. Defending and administering the frontier: the case of Ottoman Hungary Gabor Agoston 17. The Ottoman frontier in Kurdistan in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Nelida Fuccaro 18. Conquest, urbanization and plague networks in the Ottoman empire, 1453-1600 Nukhet Varlik 19. Peripheralization of the Ottoman-Algerian elite Tal Shuval 20. On the edges of an Ottoman world: non-Muslim Ottoman merchants in Amsterdam Ismail Hakki Kadi PART IV: ORDINARY PEOPLE 21. Masters, servants and slaves: household formation among the urban notables of early Ottoman Aleppo Charles Wilkins 22. Subject to the sultan's approval: seventeenth and eighteenth-century artisans negotiating guild agreements in Istanbul Suraiya Faroqhi 23. Literacy among artisans and tradesmen in Ottoman Cairo Nelly Hanna 24. 'Guided by the Almighty': the journey of Stephan Schultz in the Ottoman empire, 1752-56 Jan Schmidt 25. The right to choice: Ottoman, ecclesiastical and communal justice in Ottoman Greece Eugenia Kermeli 26. Ottoman women as legal and marital subjects Basak Tug 27. Forms and forums of expression: Istanbul and beyond, 1600-1800 Tulay Artan PART V: LATER OTTOMANS 28. The old regime and the Ottoman Middle East Ariel Salzmann 29. The transformation of the Ottoman fiscal regime c.1600-1850 Michael Ursinus 30. Provincial power-holders and the empire in the late Ottoman world: conflict or partnership? Ali Yaycioglu 31. The Arabic-speaking world in the Ottoman period: a socio-political analysis Ehud Toledano Glossary References

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書名 The Ottoman world
著作者等 Woodhead Christine
シリーズ名 The Routledge worlds
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 2012
ページ数 xx, 536 p.
大きさ 26 cm
ISBN 9780415444927
NCID BB08446412
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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