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A Brief Survey Of The Book Trade In The Ottoman Empire
(Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2015)
Although we have a PhD thesis (Jamil 1985), some independent studies (Kari 1982; el-Menuni 1991; en-Nemle 1995; Said 2000; Ebu Sulcyman 2002) and many articles about the verraks, 1 professionals who copied and sold books ...
Beyond Countering Iran: A Political Economy of Azerbaijan-Israel Relations
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2015)
In recent years, Azerbaijan-Israel relations have come to the foreground of politics in the Middle East and Caucasus region. Ties between Baku and Tel Aviv have been directly interlinked with their relations with Iran. The ...
The Impact Of The Arab Spring On Turkey's Role And Relations In The Middle East
(Peter Lang AG, 2015)
The foreign policy of Turkey under the AKP administration has been argued to have diverged from the conventional West-oriented direction of the country, followed with few exceptions since the end of World War II. This ...
Mediating Boundaries: Mediterranean Go-Betweens and Cross-Confessional Diplomacy in Constantinople, 1560-1600
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2015)
By drawing on documents from European archives, this article addresses everyday aspects of diplomacy in sixteenth-century Constantinople. It focuses on how various go-betweens mediated political, cultural, religious, and ...
Osmanlı Taşrasında Saray Bürokrasisi: Şehzade Selim’in Kazayâ Defteri
(İstanbul 29 Mayıs Üniversitesi & İSAM, 2015)
Osmanlı klasik çağında XVI. yüzyıl sonlarına kadar hanedana mensup şehzadelerin, tecrübe kazanmak üzere gönderildikleri sancaklardaki idari uygulamaları konusunda ciddi bir kaynak eksikliği söz konusudur. Bununla beraber ...
Objective Meaning In The Quran In Its Dealing With Historicity
(Editions de EHESS: Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 2015)
Taking a stand for E. Betti in the debate he had with H.G. Gadamer, Fazlur Rahman defends the possibility of knowing with certainty the objective meaning of the Quran, which differs from the literal sense. For the ...