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Archivum Ottomanicum 38 (2021)
With Halil İnalcik At The Quads Of The University Of Chicago: A Commemoration By His Students. Edited by Linda T. Darling and Fariba Zarinebaf
editor(s): Kellner-Heinkele, Barbara / Fodor, Pál
volume: 38
pages/dimensions: 326 pages, 7 ill., 3 tables
language: English
binding: Book (Paperback)
dimensions: 16.00 × 24.00 cm
publishing date: 02.02.2022
prices: 108,00 Eur[D] / 111,10 Eur[A]
ISBN: 978-3-447-18107-5
108,00 Eur

Archivum Ottomanicum concerns itself primarily with Ottoman history and Ottoman philology. However, the editors also welcome articles on subjects related to Ottoman studies in the history and culture of Europe, including Danubian Europe, the Black Sea area and the Caucasus, and in the history and culture of the Arab and the Iranian lands as well as Byzantium. The publication of historical documents and records and their interpretation are of special interest.

From the contents (altogether about 20 contributions):
Linda T. Darling, Halil Bey, the Ottoman Archives, and Me
Fariba Zarinebaf, Slaves in the Social Life of Ottoman Cities in the Eighteenth Century
Rhoads Murphey, A Personal Reflection on the Life and Career of Halil İnalcık
Palmira Brummett, Representing Ottoman Vezirs in the Sixteenth-Century Venetian Relazioni
Judith Mendelsohn Rood, Ottoman Economic Policy: The Case of Salonica
Ernest Tucker, Nader Shah and the ‘Safavid Nostalgia’ of the Ottomans: 1720–1750
Ceylan Pınar, Ahmed Cevdet Paşa’nın Tezâkir ve Ma’rûzât’ında Tüketimcilik Eleştirisi
Mark L. Stein, İnalcık and Ottoman Military History