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Archivum Ottomanicum 34 (2017)
editor(s): Pál Fodor, Barbara Kellner-Heinkele
journal:
volume: 34 (2017)
pages/dimensions: 300 pages, 2 diagrams, 38 ill., 1 map, 32 tables, 16 × 24 cm
language: deutsch, english, türkisch
binding: Paperback
weight: 539
publishing date: 24.01.2018
prices: 108,00 Eur[D]
ISBN: 978-3-447-09980-6
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 The publication of historical documents and records and their interpretation are of special interest.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 23 contributions):
Levent Kaya Ocakaçan, The changing dynamics of the Ottoman patronage networks (late 16th and early 17th centuries)
Zehra Odabaşı, Osmanlı dönemi Konya’sında bir Selçuklu medresesi: 19. yüzyılda Karatay Medresesi’nin finansmanı ve işleyişi
Tomoki Okawara, Searching for the origins of an Ottoman notable family: The case of the ‘Azms
H. Burcu Özgüven, Modernisation of the urban fabric: Intramural area in late Ottoman Edirne
Tatjana Paić-Vukić, Collecting manuscripts for the Oriental collection of the Yugoslav Academy of Sciences and Arts: The role of Franz Babinger
Melpomeni Perdikopoulou, Who built Rumeli Hisarı and the White Tower? An attempt to approximate the origins of the crews responsible for these works
Robyn Dora Radway, Vernacular diplomacy: The culture of sixteenth-century peace keeping strategies in the Ottoman-Habsburg borderlands
Minna Rozen, The Jewish guilds in Istanbul in the last Ottoman century (1833–1920)
Mahmoud Yazbak, Palestinian responses to the Zionist penetration of Palestine 1882–1917

Due to technical issues the article from Mr. Samir Seikaly, Tribes in Ottoman Syria: Local representations, was printed without footnotes. Please use the link above to download the corrected version.

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