From the Indian Ocean to the Mediterranean: The Global Trade Networks of Armenian Merchants from New Julfa. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2005. London ; New York : I. There were special schools and professors for each of the four Sunni religions in these schools, as well as schools for the teaching of various jurisprudential religions or sometimes all four religions. Imagining the Turkish House: Collective Visions of Home.
A Social History of Late Ottoman Women: New Perspectives. The Minarets of Cairo: Islamic Architecture from the Arab Conquest to the End of the Ottoman Empire. Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, 2015. In the first schools of the Islamic Republic, jurisprudence and various Arabic topics were taught, such as curriculum and syntax, but there is no information about the teaching of rational sciences in these schools. Medlicott, Austria-Hungary, Turkey and the Balkans, pp. The Women Who Built the Ottoman World. Palestinian Village Histories: Geographies of the Displaced.
Zachs, Fruma, and Sharon Halevi. Women, Islam, and the State. New Haven : Yale University Press, 2017. Our montly reading list includes a selection of books, dissertations, and articles in English pertaining to the history of Ottoman Armenians before, during, and after the First World War. Law and Legality in the Ottoman Empire and Republic of Turkey. A History of the 'Alawis: From Medieval Aleppo to the Turkish Republic. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015 Der, Matossian B.
For decoration most of the tile is combined with that are cut into shapes and colours in accordance with the layout and design. Leiden: Brill, 2001 Doumani, Beshara. Based largely on Ottoman, Mamluk, and Italian primary sources, this book explains the second and final war between the Ottomans and Mamluks, which resulted in the firm establishment of Ottoman power in the Middle East. Archeology of Madness: Komitas, Portrait of an Armenian Icon. The book begins with a brief history of the Ottoman Empire, followed by an outline of the main features of Ottoman architecture and its decoration, then a brief biography of the great Ottoman architect Sinan. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008. Conference publications Teule, Herman G.
Urban Violence in the Middle East: Changing Cityscapes in the Transformation from Empire to Nation State. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2014. Commanding Right and Forbidding Wrong in Islamic Thought. Comments and suggestions for additions are welcome. Scholars and Sultans in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire. Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, 2017.
New York: Metropolitan Books, 2000. The Economics of Ottoman Justice: Settlement and Trial in the Sharia Courts. International Journal of Middle East Studies 46. Dreams and Lives in Ottoman Istanbul A Seventeenth-Century Biographer's Perspective. Workers on the Nile: Nationalism, Communism, Islam, and the Egyptian Working Class, 1882-1954.
The Urban Social History of the Middle East: 1750-1950. Durham: Duke University Press, 2005. Some of the architectural features of Roman Baths also continued during the Ottoman period. Religious Communities and Modern Statehood: The Ottoman and Post-Ottoman World at the Age of Nationalism and Colonialism. Against Massacre: Humanitarian Interventions in the Ottoman Empire, 1815-1914. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017. Lebanon, Beirut: Dar AlMadar AlIslami.
The kin who count : family and society in Ottoman Aleppo, 1770-1840. This book seeks to situate Turkey's reactionary revolutions of 1807 into a wider European context. Late Ottoman Palestine: The Period of Young Turk Rule. London ; New York : Routledge, 2017. Palestine and the Decline of the Ottoman Empire: Modernization and the Path to Palestinian Statehood.
Gender, Religion and Change in the Middle East: Two Hundred Years of History. Berktay, Halil, and Suraiya Faroqhi. California: University of California Press, 2015. After Timur defeated the Ottomans at the Battle of Ankara, the sons of Bayezid the Thunderbolt fought bloody battles for his throne. Sectarianism in the Syrian Jazira: Community, Land and Violence in the Memories of World War I and the French Mandate 1915-1939.