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Eurasian Studies Vol. I. 1 - 2002


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pp. 162, tavv. b/n f. t., Roma
data stampa: 2002
codice isbn: 3325

The aim of Eurasian Studies, which is published jointly by the Skilliter Centre for Ottoman Studies, Newnham College, Cambridge University, and the Istituto per l'Oriente C.A. Nallino, Rome, is to encourage international academic co-operation and, by covering a wide geographical area stretching from the Balkans to Central Asia and including the eastern Mediterranean, Anatolia, the Middle East and Iran, to break down traditional compartmentalisation of history and foster a more interdisciplinary and interregional approach to historical studies of the area as a whole. By encouraging as much international co-operation as possible, this being the reason behind the Journal's large editorial advisory board, the editors hope that the journal will play a part in the integration of different methodological approaches to academic research and the promotion of a questioning of the often restrictive conventional systems or schools of thought, thereby opening up the field to more diverse interpretations of history. Eurasian Studies is intellectually independent, being neither Eurocentric, Orientalist, post-Modern, nor in any other way ideologically or fashionably centric.

Indice:

Maria Szuppe, Ashirbek Muminov, Un document généalogique (nasab-nama) d'une famille de Hwaja Yasawi dans le Khanat de Kokand (XIXe s.)

Rosita D'Amora, Some documents concerning the manumission of slaves by the Pio Monte della Misericordia in Naples (1681-1682)

Marco Salati, Shiism in Ottoman Syria: a document from the Qadi court of Aleppo (963/1555)

Eugenia Kermeli, Sin and the sinner: folles femmes in Ottoman Crete


Ebm Boyar, British archaelogical travellers in nineteenth-century Anatolia: Anatolia 'without' Turks

Salih Ozbaran, In search of another identity: the 'Rumi' perception in the Ottoman realm

Eugenia Kermeli, Review article: Ottoman law in an Islamic context (H. Gerber, L. Fredrikson and C. Imber)

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