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NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013
TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE
NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013
Turkey & the Ottoman Empire
At the height of its power, the Ottoman Empire held sway over much of southeast Europe, Western Asia and North Africa. With Constantinople its capital, the empire was a fusion of cultures, languages and inﬂuences from east and west. Following the demise of the Ottoman Empire, Turkey became a Republic in 1923 – and is now a thriving economy and an increasingly inﬂuential force in the modern world. We are delighted to present our new 2013 publications on Turkey and the Ottoman Empire. As a world leader in Turkey & Ottoman Studies, we seek to represent the richness of the empire’s history along with the most topical debates. Covering the history, politics and cultures of the region from ancient times through the Byzantine and Ottoman eras to the Republic and the present day, the list comprises academic monographs, which showcase the latest scholarly research, along with general books for the interested reader, such as travel writing classics and illustrated cookery titles. ‘In the last generation, there has been a transformation in Ottoman Studies – I.B.Tauris has been a major agent in presenting the new research to the world.’ – Peter Clark, Asian Affairs, November 2011 To view the full range of our publishing on the Ottoman Empire go to:
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Front cover illustration: Sultan Selim III (1761-1808), 18th-19th Century (w/c on paper), Turkish School, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France. From Innovation and Empire in Turkey, see page 8.
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VOl. and Christian-Muslim interaction.’ – Professor Charles Melville.00 LiBRaRY OF MiDDle EasT HisTORY. Rusul al-Muluk draws on examples from the Qur’an and other sources which extend from the period of al. Focusing on buildings in twenty-two different locations. including the terrifying secret weapon of ‘Greek ﬁre’. which are richly illustrated with photographs. 1081-1308) the formerly Christian Byzantine territories of Anatolia were transformed by the development of Muslim culture. An innovative treatise from the 10th Century (Rusul al-Muluk. Istanbul Arab messengers played a vital role in the medieval Islamic world and its diplomatic relations with foreign powers. art and liturgy were intertwined in them to a degree that has never been replicated elsewhere. and of the religious leaders Arius and Athanasius. and it is here translated into English for the ﬁrst time. 17 Under Seljuk rule (c. and also to Byzantinists and medievalists in general. whose conﬂicting ideas about Christ and doctrine shook the Empire to its core. Peacock and Sara Nur Yıldız (Eds) University of St Andrews Maria Vaiou Sabanci University. alliance and reversal.Yet the Seljuks of Anatolia were one of the most inﬂuential dynasties of the thirteenth-century Middle East. this sumptuous book is an essential guide to individual features and the wider signiﬁcance of Byzantine art and architecture. who recovered Italy from the Vandals and oversaw construction of Hagia Soﬁa (completed in 537). will have considerable appeal to Byzantinists.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 ANCIENT AND BYZANTINE TURKEY THE SACRED ARCHITECTURE OF BYZANTIUM Art.jahiliyya to the time of the ‘Abbasid caliph al-Mu‘tasim (218-227/833-842). Oxford University 288 PaGes 216 X 134MM MaRch 2013 9781845116521 HaRDBacK £56. Dionysios Stathakopoulos here tells a compelling story of military conquest. This volume examines Seljuk culture and history by looking at developments both at court and in society at large. the author interprets the sacred liturgy that took place within these holy buildings.50 9781780761947 PapeRBacK £12. Beyond categorising and describing the churches themselves. ‘Dr Vaiou succinctly characterizes the text’s nature and purpose. of his notorious queen Theodora. both cultural and political historians. In the only medieval Arabic work which exists on the conduct of messengers and their qualiﬁcations.00 LiBRaRY OF Classical STUDies 2 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon DIPLOMACY IN THE EARLY ISLAMIC WORLD NEW THE SELJUKS OF ANATOLIA NEW A Tenth-century Treatise on Arab-Byzantine Relations Court and Society in the Medieval Middle East A. Liturgy and Symbolism in Early Christian Churches NEW A SHORT HISTORY OF THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE NEW Dionysios Stathakopoulos King’s College.S. Patricios here offers a comprehensive survey. 192 PaGes 216 X 134MM sepTeMBeR 2013 9781780761930 HaRDBacK £47. playing a crucial role in linking East and West of the medieval world. and sheds new light on Seljuk political culture and dynastic ideology. University of Cambridge 320 PaGes 216 X 134MM NOveMBeR 2012 9781848858879 HaRDBacK £56. the engagement of politics with religion. society and politics. Patricios University of Miami The Byzantine Empire was one of the most impressive imperial adventures in history.. plans and diagrams.C. Nicholas N. But these developments are little understood. His new short history is above all a narrative of individuals: of powerful rulers like Justinian I. of the nexus between buildings. Messengers of Kings) is perhaps the most important account of the diplomacy of the period. from the age of Constantine to the fall of Constantinople.’ – Dr Jonathan Shepherd. and it was then – well before the arrival of the Ottomans – that a Turkish population became ﬁrmly established in these lands.50 LiBRaRY OF MiDDle EasT HisTORY. controlling some of the major trade routes of the period.. a courtesan who rose improbably to the highest ofﬁce of imperial ﬁrst lady. and the Seljuk dynasty remains little studied.99 The churches of the Byzantine era were built to represent heaven on earth: architecture. based on a close analysis of 370 church building plans. worship and art.VOl. His identiﬁcation of seven distinct Byzantine church types. the author Ibn al-Farra rejects jihadist policies in favour of quiet diplomacy and a pragmatic outlook of constructive realpolitik. ‘This impressive scholarly volume opens up several new lines of research into the turbulent and little-known history of Seljuk Anatolia. of the charismatic but cuckolded general Belisarius. University of London Nicholas N. 384 PaGes 246 X 189MM IllUsTRaTeD MaY 2013 9781780762913 HaRDBacK £45. 38 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon . The text will be of very great interest to historians of Islam.
50 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon .99 State College of Denver Elizabeth DePalma Digeser. Relying on contemporary Ottoman and French sources. According to this view. Robert M.VoL. who spent so much effort in attempting to control the movements of their subjects. Frakes. 2 KINGDOMS OF RUIN The Art and Architectural Splendours of Ancient Turkey 3 Jeremy Stafford-Deitsch. only soldiers and members of the governing elite would have been free to travel. Challenging existing historiography and providing an important new perspective.99 THE RHETORIC OF POWER IN LATE ANTIQUITY Religion and Politics in Byzantium. Allies with the Inﬁdel places the events of 1543 and the subsequent wintering of the Ottoman ﬂeet in Toulon in the context of the power politics of the sixteenth century. 320 PAGEs 234 X 156MM JULY 2013 9781780764818 HARdbAcK £59.50 OTTOMAN EMPIRE ALLIES WITH THE INFIDEL NEW IN PAPERBACK The Ottoman and French Alliance in the Sixteenth Century ARTISANS AND TRAVEL IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE Economic Migration and Commerce in the Early Modern Period NEW Christine Isom-Verhaaren Benedictine University. Pious men from all walks of life went on pilgrimage to Mecca. However Suraiya Faroqhi’s extensive archival research shows that this was not the case. it presents the realpolitik of diplomacy with ‘inﬁdels’ in the early modern era. This military alliance between mutual ‘inﬁdels’. Metropolitan 320 PAGEs 216 X 134MM 2010 9781848854093 HARdbAcK £68. Clarion University & Justin Stephens. the Habsburg Holy Roman Emperor and King of Spain.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 CHILDREN OF ACHILLES The Greeks in Asia Minor since the Days of Troy LOST CAPITAL OF BYZANTIUM The History of Mistra and the Peloponnese John Freely 288 PAGEs 234 X 156MM ILLUstRAtEd 2009 9781845119416 HARdbAcK £22. Europe and the Early Islamic World STORM ON HORSEBACK The Seljuk Warriors of Turkey John Freely 240 PAGEs 234 X 156MM 2008 9781845117030 HARdbAcK £19. the Ottoman ﬂeet appeared off the coast of France to bombard and lay siege to the city of Nice. this book will be essential reading for students and scholars of Ottoman history. aroused intense condemnation on religious grounds from the Habsburgs and their supporters as an aberration from accepted diplomacy.99 It has often been assumed that the subjects of the Ottoman sultans were unable to travel beyond their localities – since peasants needed the permission of their local administrators before they could legally leave their villages. University of California. The operation came in response to a request from François I of France for assistance from Sultan Süleyman the Magniﬁcent in France’s struggle against Charles V.50 Steven Runciman. Santa Barbara. New Foreword by John Freely 152 PAGEs 216 X 134MM 2009 9781845118952 PApERbAcK £9. Foreword by John Freely 256 PAGEs 270 X 228MM 2010 9781845117993 HARdbAcK £31. 288 PAGEs 216 X 134MM fEbRUARY 2013 9781848857285 HARdbAcK £55. Illinois Suraiya Faroqhi Istanbul Bilgi University In 1543.50 LibRARY of CLAssicAL StUdiEs.00 9781780764979 PApERbAcK £17. could do so only within often very narrow limits. slaves escaped from their masters and craftspeople travelled in order to look for work. Faroqhi shows that even those craftsmen who did not travel extensively had some level of mobility and that the Ottoman sultans and viziers. the Christian French King and the Muslim Sultan.
Cavaliero analyses the Romantic vision of the Orient from Ottoman Turkey. Eugene Delacroix. and instituted by Sultan Abdul Hamid II. including Beckford. 256 PAGEs 216 X 134MM sEptEMbER 2013 9781780763644 hARdbAcK £56. It was also a war of unequal means. A route running from Damascus to Mecca. This is the ﬁrst book in English on the subject.50 LibRARY of OttoMAn StUdiEs. Lasting peace was as unlikely as ﬁnal triumph and major campaigns seemed destined to lead nowhere. Through analysis of the diplomatic and military engagements around the Mediterranean and Indian Ocean. So Roderick Cavaliero introduces the nineteenth-century European Romantic obsession with the Orient. novelists and travellers. examining the extent to which the dictates of prudence triumphed over ideals of performing ‘the service of God’. in part because the salient feature of this war was a form of piracy practiced by the North African Barbary corsairs. Thomas Moore. Germany and France built railways at enormous speed and reaped great commercial beneﬁts. musicians and travellers. 320 PAGEs 234 X 156MM ILLUstRAtEd sEptEMbER 2013 9781848859852 HARdbAcK £59. Industrialisation and Ottoman Decline Murat Özyüksel Istanbul University NEW ‘Romanticism had its roots in fantasy and fed on myth’. and the ﬁrst European forays into the Indian Ocean and the Middle East. and Britain.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 THE OTTOMANS AND THE MAMLUKS Imperial Diplomacy and Warfare in the Islamic World EMPIRE AND HOLY WAR IN THE MEDITERRANEAN The Galley and Maritime Conﬂict between the Habsburgs and Ottomans NEW Cihan Yüksel Muslu University of Texas NEW Phillip Williams Beginning on the eve of Oceanic exploration. setting out to question the view that Muslim rulers were historically concerned above all with the idea of Jihad against non-Muslim entities. since the Habsburgs had too few good warships and the Ottomans too many bad ones. Muslu traces the interactions of these Islamic super-powers and their attitudes towards the wider world. it was longer than the line from Berlin to Baghdad and was designed to function as the artery of the Arab world – linking Constantinople to Arabia.99 Railway expansion was symbolic of modernisation in the late nineteenth century. who luxuriated in the exotic sights.VoL. Pierre Loti. Rossini. The book will delight all readers interested in tales of the Orient and the literature of the Romantic movement – a rich treasure-house of poets. 79 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon 4 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon OTTOMANIA The Romantics and the Myth of the Islamic Orient Roderick Cavaliero NEW IN PAPERBACK THE HEjAZ RAILWAY AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE Modernity. sounds.VoL. Phillip Williams here provides a detailed examination of the nature of what came to be seen as a Holy War between Christendom and the Islamic World in the early modern Mediterranean. Cavaliero brings on a rich cast of leading Romantic writers. 39 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon . artists. Shelley. to the Vale of Kashmir. Built by German engineers. He considers the cultural and historical outlook of the protagonists. the Catholic Monarchy of the Habsburgs and the Muslim Sultans of the Ottoman Empire fought a maritime war of ambiguous achievements. 36 In the century after 1530. and the relative decline of the Mamluks – historic defenders of Mecca and Medina and the rulers of Egypt and Syria. the railway was ﬁnancially crippling for the Ottoman state and its eventual stoppage 250 miles short of Mecca (the railway ended in Medina) was symbolic of the Ottoman Empire’s crumbling economic and diplomatic fortunes. In the Middle East.VoL. railways were no less important and the Ottoman Empire’s Hejaz Railway was the ﬁrst great industrial project of the twentieth century. Walter Scott. 272 PAGEs 228X155MM JAnUARY 2013 9781780764825 PApERbAcK £12. including the Habsburg rulers Charles V and Philip II and the Ottoman Sultan Süleyman the Magniﬁcent. 256 PAGEs 216 X 134MM dEcEMbER 2013 9781780761497 HARdbAcK £56. Cihan Yüksel Muslu traces the intertwined stories of these two dominant Sunni Muslim empires of the early modern world. through the Middle East.00 LibRARY of OttoMAn StUdiEs. including Egypt and Persia. literature and mythology of the Orient. The Ottomans and the Mamluks traces the growth of the Ottoman Empire from a tiny Anatolian principality to a world power.50 IntERnAtionAL LibRARY of HistoRicAL StUdiEs. Thackeray and Disraeli. Byron.
256 PAGEs 234 X 156MM ILLUstRAtEd octobER 2012 9781780763743 PApERbAcK £17. delves into the broader arena of Turkey’s history.50 LibRARY of OttoMAn StUdiEs. Farid Al-Salim charts the transformation of one such centre. But what was his path to power? And how did his early career as a soldier in the Ottoman army affect his later decisions as President? The Young Atatürk tracks the lesser covered period of Kemal’s life – from the War of Independence to the founding of the Republic – and shows that it is only by understanding Kemal’s military career that one can fully comprehend how he evolved as one of the twentieth century’s most extraordinary statesmen. After the establishment of the Republic. from a small village in central Palestine to a seat of administrative reform in order to provide a new account of the forces behind the formation of modern Palestine. Ankara Mustafa Kemal – latterly and better known as Atatürk – is without doubt the towering ﬁgure of modern Turkish history. Istanbul has been altered beyond recognition. and political decisions. Delving into Kemal’s military writings. taxation and bureaucracy which were left behind formed the foundation of administration in the Palestinian authority today. the lodges attracted more participants – such as the Trad Family. Dorothe Sommer explains how freemasonry in Greater Syria at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century actually developed a life of its own.50 LibRARY of OttoMAn StUdiEs 5 320 PAGEs 216 X 134MM JULY 2013 9781780763132 HARdbAcK £59. Freemasonry in the Ottoman Empire analyses the social and cultural structures of the Masonic network of lodges and their interconnections at a pivotal juncture in the history of the Ottoman Empire. 288 PAGEs 228X155MM ILLUstRAtEd MARch 2013 9781780763224 HARdbAcK £25. and Istanbul became a forum for different regimes to display their political. orders. This intricate and original account charts the urban transformation of an iconic and hybrid city and. the Jurji Yanni Yaziji Family. Jerusalem and Beirut. promoting local and regional identities. the education systems. But here. 320 PAGEs 216 X 134MM sEptEMbER 2013 9781780764566 HARdbAcK £59. through this. The reign of Sultan Abdülmecid I saw great changes in Palestine. Drawing extensively on ofﬁcial Ottoman records. this book provides a rounded and nuanced portrait of the making of a major statesman. Tulkarm. buildings and landscapes – to present a compelling account of the dramatic changes to Turkey’s most important metropolis. Gawrych Baylor University NEW THE EMERGENCE OF MODERN ISTANBUL Transformation and Modernisation of a City From Ottoman Soldier to Statesman of Turkey Murat Gül NEW IN PAPERBACK University of Economics and Technology. Turkey increasingly turned to the West for ideas about how to develop a modern culture. Indeed.00 In its transition from eighteenth-century capital of the Ottoman Empire to economic powerhouse of the Turkish Republic. ideological and social policies in the context of the built environment. Murat Gül traces the impact of these changing policies on the very fabric of the city itself – its streets. At the heart of these radical shifts in thought and infrastructure were the new administrative centres established by the Ottomans during this period of re-organisation. and is all too often seen – within the area – as a vanguard for Western purposes of regional domination. Palestine was administratively divided into two states.99 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon . speeches. in line with the Tanzimat reform programme. Hassan Bayhum. As the Ottoman Empire began to recede.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 FREEMASONRY IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW A History of the Fraternity and its Inﬂuence in Syria and the Levant PALESTINE AND THE DECLINE OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE Farid Al-Salim Kansas State University NEW Modernisation and the Path to Palestinian Statehood Dorothe Sommer University of Shefﬁeld The network of freemasons and Masonic lodges in the Middle East is an opaque and mysterious one. proclamations and private correspondences. During the ﬁnal decades of Ottoman rule. 37 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon THE YOUNG ATATÜRK George W.VoL. Alexander Barroudi and Khaireddeen Abdulwahab – than any other society or fraternity.
and the Ottoman Empire at the height of its inﬂuence and majesty. 33 Led by General Allenby. comparing them with Ottoman accounts written in the Sultan’s court for the ﬁrst time.VoL. examining the impact of the First World War and considering the socio-political changes which occurred as a result of the transition. 35 Once hailed as ‘the eternal state’. thereby ending Ottoman rule and opening a new and important era in the history of Jerusalem.50 LibRARY of OttoMAn StUdiEs.Yet its legacies are still apparent. Steven Richmond reconstructs the diplomatic priorities of the period through the private papers and letters of a key British statesman. depicting the British as the real modernisers of Jerusalem. 32 k k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon . British diplomacy in the era of Palmerston and the reality of politics in the ‘great game’ of the nineteenth century.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 OTTOMAN IMPERIAL DIPLOMACY NEW JERUSALEM Roberto Mazza SOAS NEW IN PAPERBACK A Political. Mazza takes a fresh approach to this period of Jerusalem’s history.50 LibRARY of OttoMAn StUdiEs. and includes the ﬁrst published English translation of the watershed 1869 Ottoman Education Law. and was instrumental in the events which led up to the Crimean War and the events surrounding the ‘eastern question’ of the nineteenth century. Empire and Education under the Ottomans analyses the Empire’s educational politics from the mid-nineteenth century. 288 PAGEs 234 X 156MM fEbRUARY 2013 9781780761121 HARdbAcK £59. Evered Michigan State University In the age of the Great Powers. He focuses on the often neglected transition from Ottoman rule to British administration. the Ottoman Empire was in decline by the end of the nineteenth century.99 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon 6 THE VOICE OF ENGLAND IN THE EAST NEW EMPIRE AND EDUCATION UNDER THE OTTOMANS NEW Stratford Canning and Diplomacy with the Ottoman Empire Politics.VoL.VoL. arguing that these Hamidian reforms – undertaken with the support of the ‘Young Ottomans’ led by Namik Kemal – constituted the beginnings of modern Turkish nationalism. Through a focus on the regional impact of decrees from Istanbul. and few have had more impact than those of its schools and educational policies. This bureaucracy continued to gain in power and prestige. The result is a new analytical history of the late Ottoman Empire. Evered unravels the complexities of the era. with Russia and France at war. Dogan Gurpinar assesses the intellectual. In The Voice of England in the East. cultural and ideological foundations of the diplomatic service under Sultan Abdülhamid II. In this study. 288 PAGEs 216 X 134MM ILLUstRAtEd MAY 2012 9781780761091 HARdbAcK £56. the British diplomat Stratford Canning arrived in Constantinople. ﬁnally collapsing under the pressures of World War I. amidst the Tanzimat reform period. This historical moment has often been described as the beginning of a period of great change and transformation. 288 PAGEs 234 X 156MM ILLUstRAtEd MAY 2013 9781780761176 HARdbAcK £59. Emine Ö. British troops entered Jerusalem in December 1917. Ottoman Imperial Diplomacy presents a new model for understanding the formation of the modern Turkish nation. 288 PAGEs 216 X 134MM SEptEMbER 2013 9781780767086 PApERbAcK £17. until the Young Turk Revolution in 1908. he would be Britain’s representative in the power politics of the Middle East for almost two decades. demonstrating how educational changes devised to strengthen the Empire actually hastened its demise. Reform and Resistance from the Tanzimat to the Young Turks Steven Richmond Istanbul Technical University Emine Ö. Through extensive new research in the Ottoman archives. Through the extensive use of case studies and unpublished archival material from Spain and Vatican archives. Social and Cultural History From the Ottomans to the British Dogan Gurpinar Harvard University The Ottoman Empire maintained a complex and powerful bureaucratic system which enforced the Sultan’s authority across the Empire’s MiddleEastern territories. Mazza does not offer just another history of Jerusalem.50 LibRARY of OttoMAn StUdiEs. The cousin of George Canning. focusing on a previously overlooked area and opening the ﬁeld to new perspectives and research. even as the empire itself began to crumble at the end of the nineteenth century. This book is the ﬁrst history of education in the Ottoman Middle East to evaluate policies in the context of local responses and resistance.
and early twentieth-century world. struggles. sent during the last decades of the Empire to the Ottoman Sultan Abdülhamid II. Petitioning the Sultan will be of great interest to a broad audience of specialists studying the history of the Middle East.Yuval Ben-Bassat examines the petitions. 336 PAGEs 216 X 134MM sEptEMbER 2013 9781780761114 HARdbAcK £59. hailed from this Balkan region. especially under their charismatic leaders Charles V and Suleyman I. and Palestine’s late nineteenth. For the ﬁrst time. throughout Europe.VoL. THE HIDDEN CENTURIES Turkish Rule from the Fall of Constantinople to Greek Independence NEW IN PAPERBACK THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE AND THE OTTOMANS Mehmet Sinan Birdal Maltepe University. the kingdom declared independence and waged war with the Ottoman Empire. 42 Bosnia enjoyed a special status within the Ottoman Empire. to convey their grievances directly to the supreme ruler. Here.00 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon . who the rebels were. She assesses how far the uprising can be considered a nationalist movement. Under the leadership of Husein Gradašcevic. 320 PAGEs 216 X 134MM SEptEMbER 2013 9781780764573 HARdbAcK £59. Bosnia rebelled. leaders of the universal ‘res publica Christiana’ and ‘dar-es Islam’.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 PETITIONING THE SULTAN NEW Protests and Justice in Late Ottoman Palestine THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE AND THE BOSNIAN UPRISING Janissaries. schisms and transformations Palestinian society experienced. Istanbul NEW IN PAPERBACK David Brewer From Global Imperial Power to Absolutist States For almost four hundred years. concerns. This absorbing and riveting account of a crucial period will ensure that the history of Greece under Turkish rule is no longer hidden. both lost supreme power in the course of the 17th and 18th centuries and began the transformation to absolutist nation states. far from the capital of Istanbul. 224 PAGEs 216 X 134MM SEptEMbER 2013 9781780767109 PApERbAcK £16. 320 PAGEs 228X155MM ApRiL 2012 9781780762388 PApERbAcK £12. providing ﬁrst-hand accounts of the dilemmas.VoL. acts. but which eventually led to its demise. However. taxation.99 The Holy Roman Empire and the Ottoman Empire. What was life really like for the Greeks under Ottoman rule? How did the Greeks and Turks co-exist for so long? In this wide-ranging yet concise history. an elite military stratum of soldiers and nobleman. between the fall of Constantinople in 1453 and the Greek War of Independence. the ‘dragon of Bosnia’. Modernisation and Rebellion in the Nineteenth Century NEW Yuval Ben-Bassat University of Haifa Fatma Sel Turhan The practice of petitioning the Ottoman Sultan was a well-known institution which existed in one form or another throughout Ottoman history and enabled Ottoman subjects. both Orthodox and Catholic. He places the Greek story in its wider. Fatma Sel Turhan illuminates a period of crucial importance to the Balkan regions. David Brewer explodes many of the myths about Turkish rule of Greece. Many of the empire’s ‘janissaries’. The petitions enable Ben-Bassat to explore Palestine’s history in this formative period from a unique perspective. So when Sultan Mehmet II abolished this warrior class in 1826. Mehmet Sinan Birdal draws upon original historical sources and the teachings of Habermas and the Frankfurt School for the doctrine of ‘legitimation’ as the theoretical basis for political authority in this original and revisionist work. respectively. and how the central authorities dealt with and punished the perpetrators. international context and casts fresh light on the dynamics of power not only between Greeks and Ottomans but also between Muslims and Christians. Both exercised global power as. conduct of foreign policy and formation of the modern state. It will delight anyone with an interest in Greek and Turkish history and in how the past has shaped the Greece we know today.99 9781848856226 HARdbAcK £54. She argues convincingly that the uprising was a response to Ottoman moves towards modernization designed to save the Ottoman Empire from decline. 34 7 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon GREECE. the Ottoman Empire.50 LibRARY of OttoMAn StUdiEs. This account of the important transition to modern notions of statehood is vital for understanding the reform strategies of both empires in administration. were major empires of the early-modern period.50 LibRARY of OttoMAn StUdiEs. and this curtailed the regions access to inﬂuence in Constantinople. including many previously unpublished ones. the history of Greece is shrouded in mystery: distorted by Greek writers and largely neglected by others.
Istanbul 256 PaGes 216 X 134MM 2010 9781848851276 HaRDBacK £62. Jonathan Eagles engages with a fresh approach to the history of the Balkans.99 TaURis PaRKe PapeRBacKs Irina Marin 256 PaGes 216 X 134MM 2012 9781780761053 HaRDBacK £54. Necla Geyikdagi Yeditepe University. Istanbul 304 PaGes 228 X 155MM IllUsTRaTeD 2011 9781848859609 PapeRBacK £14. to the reputedly failed project of the ﬁrst Ottoman printing press. His Christian religious stance meant that. in the eyes of Europe. the printing press. along with their related institutions of palace and coffeehouse. 27 .50 V.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 OTTOMAN TULIPS.VOl.00 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies. imperial architecture and royal pageantry and festivals. Habsburg and Communist Rivalries in Eastern Europe Ernle Bradford New Foreword by John Freely 248 PaGes 198 X 126MM 2008 978184511 793 1 PapeRBacK £11. The victor became known as Stephen the Great or ‘Athleta Christi’. such as the coffee house.VOl. Istanbul 232 PaGes 216 X 134MM IllUsTRaTeD 2011 9781848854611 HaRDBacK £57. and to explain the methods that preserve his memory in the region today.VOl.99 THE SULTAN’S ADMIRAL Barbarossa – Pirate and EmpireBuilder CONTESTED FRONTIERS IN THE BALKANS Ottoman. Ottoman Coffee offers a critical exploration of deﬁnitive cultural phenomena of the Ottoman eighteenth century. he had not only defeated a signiﬁcant territorial threat but had elevated Christianity to a superior level as victors over their Muslim opponents. 19 AMONG THE OTTOMANS Diaries from Turkey in World War I FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE International Trade and Relations 1854-1914 Ian Lyster (Ed) 208 PaGes 216 X 134MM IllUsTRaTeD 2010 9781848855212 HaRDBacK £25. on the other. Perceived as the founder of a Balkan identity. 256 PaGes 216 X 134MM JUlY 2013 9781780763538 HaRDBacK £59. Stephen the Great maintained Moldavia’s independence during periods of ﬁerce Ottoman attack between 1457 and 1504. OTTOMAN COFFEE Leisure and Lifestyle in the Eighteenth Century STEPHEN THE GREAT AND BALKAN NATIONALISM NEW Dana Sajdi (Ed) Boston College NEW IN PAPERBACK Moldova and Eastern European History Jonathan Eagles Tulips and coffee are deﬁning cultural products of the Ottoman eighteenth century. This book seeks to unveil the mechanisms behind this legacy.50 LiBRaRY OF EUROpean STUDies.50 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies.99 The defeat of the Ottoman Empire in the Balkans in 1475 at the Battle of Vaslui heralded the beginnings of a historic legacy. These cultural products hold multiple meanings in the history and historiography of the period. 23 Suraiya Faroqhi Bilgi University. on the one hand. Champion of Christ. In doing so. to the history of the construction of the famed palace of Saadabad. and reinvigorates the study of the Ottoman Empire in Europe.VOl. 272 PaGes 216 X 134MM SepTeMBeR 2013 9781780766553 PapeRBacK £16. Chapters explore subjects ranging from the changing forms of imperial ritual in Ottoman circumcision celebrations. the book reassesses the history and unravels the historiography of the so-called ‘Tulip Period’. 85 8 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon CITIES OF THE MEDITERRANEAN From the Ottomans to the Present Day ARTISANS OF EMPIRE Crafts and Craftspeople Under the Ottomans Biray Kolluoglu and Meltem Toksöz (Eds) Both at Bogaziçi University. Ottoman Tulips.50 InTeRnaTiOnal LiBRaRY OF HisTORical STUDies. to review the state formations that allowed this national hero to emerge. They are associated with the daily life of common people and their sociabilities. By combining the latest historical studies of the anti-Ottoman resistance with new archaeological ﬁndings. and with the Ottoman court and imperial legitimacy.
Culture and Religion OTTOMAN PAINTING Reﬂections of Western Art from the Ottoman Empire to the Turkish Republic Birgül Açikyildiz 304 PaGes 234 X 156MM 2010 9781848852747 HaRDBacK £52. Istanbul 224 PaGes 216 X 134MM IllUsTRaTeD 2010 9781848855601 haRDBacK £59. Imperial Bureaucracy and the Islamic State Erik J. University of Haifa. 31 LATE OTTOMAN PALESTINE The Period of Young Turk Rule Yuval Ben-Bassat.00 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies.50 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies. Istanbul 352 PaGes 216 X 134MM IllUsTRaTeD 2011 9781848855410 HaRDBacK £62. Fatih University 320 PaGes 216 X 134MM IllUsTRaTeD 2011 9781848854253 HaRDBacK £62. 2 276 PaGes 216 X 134MM 2011 9781848857865 PapeRBacK £22.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 INNOVATION AND EMPIRE IN TURKEY Sultan Selim III and the Modernisation of the Ottoman Navy THE OTTOMAN ORIGINS OF MODERN IRAQ Political Reform.50 9781848852723 PapeRBacK £17. Bogaziçi University.VOl.VOl.00 9781845116941 HaRDBacK £59. Politics and Identity in the Late Nineteenth Century Pinar Senısik 320 PaGes 216 X 134MM 2011 9781848856318 HaRDBacK £62. and Eyal Ginio. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem THE TRANSFORMATION OF OTTOMAN CRETE Revolts.50 THE YEZIDIS The History of a Community.00 LiBRaRY OF MiDDle EasT HisTORY.VOl.50 .VOl. Switzerland 224 PaGes 234 X 156MM IllUsTRaTeD 2011 9781848852884 HaRDBacK £37. Modernization and Development in the Nineteenth Century Middle East Tuncay Zorlu Istanbul Technical University 272 PaGes 216 X 134MM 2011 9781848857827 PapeRBacK £27.99 LiBRaRY OF MODeRn MiDDle EasT STUDies.50 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies. 17 Wendy M.VOl. Zürcher University of Leiden 368 PaGes 234 X 156MM aUGUsT 2010 9781848852716 HaRDBacK £68. Shaw University of Bern.00 LiBRaRY OF MODeRn ReliGiOn.VOl. 29 Dogus University.00 9 THE YOUNG TURK LEGACY AND NATION BUILDING From the Ottoman Empire to Atatürk’s Turkey REMAPPING THE OTTOMAN MIDDLE EAST Modernity. 87 Cem Emrence University of Massachusetts-Amherst 208 PaGes 216 X 134MM IllUsTRaTeD 2011 9781848859586 HaRDBacK £55. K. 26 OTTOMAN HAIFA A History of Four Centuries under Turkish Rule THE WELL-PROTECTED DOMAINS Ideology and the Legitimation of Power in the Ottoman Empire 1876-1909 Alex Carmel Selim Deringil.00 Ebubekır Ceylan.
OXFORD THE EARL AND HIS BUTLER IN CONSTANTINOPLE The Secret Diary of an English Servant Among the Ottomans THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE AND THE WORLD AROUND IT Suraiya Faroqhi 304 PaGes 234 X 156MM 2005 9781845111229 PapeRBacK £14.00 I.50 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies.50 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies. Islam and the Albanians.VOl.VOl.99 . and his Brothers George Gawrych 272 PaGes 216 X 134MM 2006 9781845112875 HaRDBacK £68. Keiko Kiyotaki & Rhoads Murphey (Eds) 264 PaGes 234 X 156MM 2004 9781850436645 HaRDBacK £68. Master of an Empire and Lord of Two Seas BETWEEN TWO EMPIRES Ahmet Agaoglu and the New Turkey A.TaURis in assOciaTiOn wiTh The CenTRe FOR LeBanese STUDies. 1874-1913 OTTOMAN AND PERSIAN ODYSSEYS James Morier.50 THE CRESCENT AND THE EAGLE Ottoman Rule.99 10 GUARDING THE FRONTIER THE BIRTH OF MODERN TURKEY The Ottoman Military and the March to WWI Ottoman Border Forts and Garrisons in Europe Mark L.B. 10 Henry McKenzie Johnston 264 PaGes 234 X 156MM 9781860643309 HaRDBacK £44.Conqueror of Constantinople. VOL 1 Colin Imber and Keiko Kiyotaki (Eds) 304 PaGes 234 X 156MM 2004 9781850436317 HaRDBacK £68. 2 John Freely 288 PaGes 234 X 156MM 2009 9781845117047 HaRDBacK £18.50 Nazan Çiçek Ankara University 320 PaGes 216 X 134MM 2010 9781848853331 HaRDBacK £62.99 Nigel and Caroline Webb 272 PaGes 234 X 156MM 2008 9781845117825 PapeRBacK £15. 21 THE GRAND TURK Sultan Mehmet II .50 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies.50 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies. 20 THE BRITISH IN THE LEVANT Trade and Perceptions of the Ottoman Empire in the Eighteenth Century FRONTIERS OF OTTOMAN STUDIES.VOl. Stein 232 PaGes 216 X 134MM 2007 9781845113018 haRDBacK £68. Holly Shissler 288 PaGes 234 X 156MM 2003 9781860648557 HaRDBacK £62.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 THE YOUNG OTTOMANS Turkish Critics of the Eastern Question in the Late Nineteenth Century FRONTIERS OF OTTOMAN STUDIES. 11 Handan Nezir-Akmese 240 PaGes 234 X 156MM 2005 9781850437970 HaRDBacK £62. Creator of Hajji Baba of Ispahan. VOL 2 Colin Imber.50 Christine Laidlaw 288 PaGes 216 X 134MM IllUsTRaTeD 2010 9781848853355 HaRDBacK £62.50 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies.VOl.VOl.
14 Suraiya Faroqhi 368 PaGes 234 X 156MM 2005 9781850437604 PapeRBacK £14.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 OTTOMAN PROPAGANDA AND TURKISH IDENTITY Literature in Turkey During World War I THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF OTTOMAN PUbLIC DEbT Insolvency and European Financial Control in the Late Nineteenth Century Erol Koroglu 272 PaGes 216 X 134MM 2007 9781845114909 HaRDBacK £68.VOl. 15 . 12 Caesar E. 18 OTTOMAN REFORM AND MUSLIM REGENERATION Weismann Zachs 288 PaGes 234 X 156MM 2005 9781850437574 HaRDBacK £68. Relations Altered THE SULTAN’S YEMEN 19th-Century Challenges to Ottoman Rule Ebru Boyar 256 PaGes 216 X 134MM 2007 9781845113513 HaRDBacK £68.VOl.50 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies.50 Murat Birdal 256 PaGes 216 X 134MM IllUsTRaTeD 2010 9781848852983 HaRDBacK £59. Maps and Manuscripts WOMEN IN THE OTTOMAN BALKANS Gender. 1 PALESTINE AND EGYPT UNDER THE OTTOMANS Paintings. Culture and History Hisham Khatib 300 PaGes 350 X 320MM 2003 9781860648885 HaRDBacK £65. Farah 416 PaGes 216 X 134MM 2002 9781860647673 HaRDBacK £68.VOl.50 9781860647307 PapeRBacK £18.VOl.VOl.99 OTTOMANS LOOKING WEST? 11 The Origins of the Tulip Age and its Development in Modern Turkey SUbJECTS OF THE SULTAN Culture and Daily Life in the Ottoman Empire Can Erimtan 288 PaGes 216 X 134MM 9781845114916 HaRDBacK £62.50 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies.50 RETHINKING ORIENTALISM Women.00 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies.99 OTTOMANS. TURKS AND THE BALKANS Empire Lost. Photographs.50 150 cOlOUR illUsTRaTiOns Amila Buturovic and Irvin Cemil Schick (Eds) 384 PaGes 234 X 156MM 2007 9781845115050 HaRDBacK £68. Books.50 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies.Travel and the Ottoman Harem Reina Lewis 256 PaGes 234 X 156MM 2004 9781860647291 HaRDBacK £68.50 LiBRaRY OF OTTOMan STUDies.
LIB. this is the ﬁrst study of its kind. 3 In 2005 Turkey introduced a set of legal reforms that were aimed at curbing incidents of honour killings and punishing those responsible. re-deﬁned and ‘imagined’ by various political factions as Turkey attempted to shed its Ottoman past. are central to this book.50 InT. 7 12 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon POLITICS AND THE PEASANTRY IN POST-WAR TURKEY NEW KURDISH LIFE IN CONTEMPORARY TURKEY NEW Social History. Gender and Ethnic Identity Anna Grabolle Celiker Sinan Yildirmaz Istanbul University Eric Hobsbawm famously called late twentieth-century Turkey ‘the last stronghold of the peasantry’. The everyday experiences of rural-urban migrants from Van province. and will become an integral part of the history of the modern Turkish nation. Here. Through the translation of ‘village literature’. But in the years since this reform. the engagement of diasporic communities in trans-nationalism has become a potent force. cultural and economic development after World War II kept intact a large social group which had all but disappeared in the rest of Europe by the 1960s. While the Turkish state injects its presence into everyday life – through its consular institutions and its management of Islam – it is the work of activists that gives efﬁcacy to the ‘long arm of Kemalism’. Kurdish Life in Contemporary Turkey cuts to the heart of this debate in an exploration of shifting ethnic identities brought on by the processes of extensive rural-urban labour migration. As well as analysing the effects of migration on social networks and local political landscapes.VOl. Here. Banu Senay argues that expanding channels of communication have provided the Turkish state with more scope to mobilize its nationals abroad around ofﬁcial Kemalist ideology – in this case. LIB.VOl. 320 PAGES 216 X 134mm FEBrUArY 2013 9781780760926 HArDBAcK £59. Culture and Modernization Migration.VOl. Birdal offers a sociological insight into modern Turkey which will appeal to those involved in the study of this country and the wider region. such as Kurds or Armenians. IDEnTITY AnD CUlTUrE. this volume examines how Kurdish gender roles have changed.VOl.00 LIBrArY OF MODErn TUrKEY. in Australia. Nur Banu Kavakli Birdal asks: what has gone wrong? What is problematic about the relation between written law and reality? Why has this new law not had a lasting impact on women’s everyday lives? In looking at the interplay between state and society through the lens of honour killings.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 MODERN TURKEY BEYOND TURKEY’S BORDERS NEW Long-Distance Kemalism. State Politics and the Turkish Diaspora CONFRONTING HONOUR KILLINGS IN TURKEY NEW Banu Senay Macquarie University.50 LIBrArY OF MODErn TUrKEY. However. A cutting edge reassessment of the role of the Turkish peasantry. nationalism and migration. 288 PAGES 216 X 134mm SEpTEmBEr 2013 9781780765259 HArDBAcK £56. 2 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon . on the south-eastern borders of the country. this peasantry were re-invented. 2 The question of Kurdish identity and belonging is counted among the most controversial and challenging issues in modern Turkey. the agency of this previously unheard voice is revealed. OF EThnIcITY. It is through the prism of ‘long-distance Kemalism’ that this book explores ideas of nationalism identity politics and cross-border mobilization. OF EThnIcITY. Turkey’s unique social. but they are inextricably linked to conﬂicting discourses on Kurdishness and the place of this minority in Turkey. 336 PAGES 216 X 134mm DEcEmBEr 2012 9781780760872 HArDBAcK £59.50 InT. Sydney The Interaction of State and Civil Society Nur Banu Kavakli Birdal Bogaziçi University In an increasingly globalised world. along with its role in the formation of Turkey. This book provides important new material for researchers of international politics. In the ﬁrst period of Turkish multi-party democracy. there are still reports of gender-based violence and such honour killings – in which someone (usually a woman) is killed due to the perception that they have brought ‘dishonour’ upon their family or community – are still taking place. 320 PAGES 216 X 134mm SEpTEmBEr 2013 9781780761138 HArDBAcK £59. the Australian multicultural context challenges this by giving a platform to groups. IDEnTITY AnD CUlTUrE. whose identity politics clash with that of Turkish ofﬁcialdom.
and offers insight into the social transformations in the transition from Ottoman Empire to Turkish nation-state. by the mid-1960s. How did the prominence of Kemalist ways of political thinking affect its people and its policies? To what extent has Turkey’s EU candidature been a vehicle of transformation since 1999 and what would EU membership mean for modern Turkey? This book explores the historical impact of Kemalism. and was a central driving force in Ataturk’s foundation of the Republic in 1923.00 9781845111410 HARdbAcK £68. 336 PAGEs 216 X 134MM AUGUst 2013 9781780764399 HARdbAcK £59. Protest and the Working Classes in the Formation of Modern Turkey THE EMERGENCE OF SOCIAL DEMOCRACY IN TURKEY NEW Dogan Çetinkaya Istanbul University The Left and the Transformation of the Republican People’s Party Yunus Emre The RPP (Republican People’s Party) stands as Turkey’s main opposition party – one of two major political blocs.50 LibRARY of OttoMAn StUdiEs k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon . it was the founding party of Atatürk’s republican regime and has a history of hostility towards leftist parties. the beginnings of a young and radical Turkish nationalism took root in Anatolia. Tracing the development of nationalism from its founding period before the Young Turk Revolution of 1908 to the present AKP government – and analysing key factors such as the position of minorities in the Turkiﬁcation process and the inﬂuence of state and society centred religious politics – this strong and signiﬁcant contribution casts a new light on a vivid international debate. This is hailed as the entry point of social democratic politics into Turkey. the Modern Turkish Republic rose from the ashes of the Ottoman Empire. looking at the place of both the RPP and the left in this trajectory. as the growing inﬂuence of the left inside the RPP pushed it in a new direction. Here Fatma Müge Göçek draws on Turkey’s Ottoman heritage and history to explore current issues of ethnicity and religion alongside Turkey’s international position. Abdul Hamid II. He tracks the ﬂuctuations in Turkish politics from the single-party period to the making of a new regime following the 1960 coup. proclaiming a new era in the Middle East.50 Nationalism was a deﬁning characteristic of Turkey in the twentieth century. Despite this. the RPP had re-orientated itself as left of centre. anti-liberalism and westernization and examines the conditions which have contributed to the country’s evolution away from a nationalist political identity. making this essential reading for scholars of Turkish politics and modern history. a series of nationwide public meetings and protests which enshrined the Turkish democratic voice. Doğan Çetinkaya analyses the history of the Boycott Movement. many of the contemporary issues affecting Turkish state and society today have their roots not only in the history of the republic. However. 320 PAGEs 216 X 134MM MARch 2013 9781780764726 HARdbAcK £59. This new perspective on history’s inﬂuence on contemporary tensions in Turkey will contribute to the ongoing debate surrounding Turkey’s accession to the EU.50 13 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon THE YOUNG TURKS AND THE BOYCOTT MOVEMENT NEW Nationalism.50 The ﬁrst decade of the twentieth century was the Ottoman Empire’s ‘imperial twilight’.) University of Zurich In 1923. 320 PAGEs 216 X 134MM fEbRUARY 2013 9781780764863 PApERbAcK £25. second only to Erdoğan’s ruling AK Party. and is the focus of Yunus Emre’s impressively researched book. As the Empire fell away. rather than from the top down.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 THE TRANSFORMATION OF TURKEY Fatma Müge Göçek University of Michigan TURKEY BEYOND NATIONALISM Towards Post-Nationalist Identities NEW IN PAPERBACK NEW IN PAPERBACK Redeﬁning State and Society from the Ottoman Empire to the Modern Era Hans-Lukas Kieser (Ed. The summer of 1908 saw the ‘Young Turks’ attempt to revitalise Turkey with a ‘constitutional revolution’ aimed at reducing the power of the Ottoman Sultan. Here. Drawing on popular support for the defence of the Ottoman Empire’s Balkan territories. 272 PAGEs 234 X 156MM fEbRUARY 2013 9781780763996 PApERbAcK £25. but in the historical and political memory of the state’s imperial history. the Young Turks promised to build a nation from the people up.00 9781848856110 HARdbAcK £62. Also known as the CHP (Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi).
yet it has recently emerged as one of the fastest growing economies in the world. In 2001. Turkey experienced an extraordinary set of transformations. determining and developing its own individual foreign policy. Concluding that the AKP’s success has been built on its criticism of growing inequalities. And on the international stage. By tracing the development of the citizenship from the initial founding of the Republic to the immediate post-World War II period. 288 PAGEs 216 X 134MM DEcEMbER 2013 9781780765655 HARdbAcK £56. Basak Ince seeks to rectify this. poverty and lack of basic services.50 LibRARY of ModERn TURKEY k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon . this book offers a vital and nuanced analysis for those researching modern Turkey and its political issues. He thereby explores how the role of the army in Turkish society has been altered with the commencement of the EU accession process.VoL. Turkey has managed to enhance its position from being a backseat NATO member and outside candidate for EU membership to being an inﬂuential regional power. 1970s and 1980s to the present day she offers in-depth analysis of the interaction of state and society in modern Turkey.VoL. as the balance is shifted more towards civilian institutions and away from the military. culture and history.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 THE RISE OF POLITICAL ISLAM IN TURKEY NEW TURKEY AND THE POLITICS OF NATIONAL IDENTITY Social. in the midst of ﬁnancial difﬁculties. and yet it has long been deﬁned only through legal framework. and how this relates to nationalism. Economic and Cultural Transformation NEW Urban Poverty. widespread corruption. Here. examining the identity facets of citizenship. ofﬁcially a secular state. Delibas draws a nuanced portrait of modern Turkish society and the relationship between religion and politics. Hasan Turunc seeks to look at the nuance which lies in between these opposites. what are the underlying reasons behind the electoral triumphs of the Islamist Justice and Development Party (the AKP)? Kayhan Delibas seeks to answer these questions through an in-depth examination of the appeal of this political party. 10 In the ﬁrst decade of the twenty-ﬁrst century. Shane Brennan and Marc Herzog explore how these and other changes have shaped the way people in Turkey perceive themselves and how the country’s self-image shapes its actions. 288 PAGEs 216 X 134MM octobER 2013 9781780760919 HARdbAcK £56. voted in an Islamist party in 2002 and 2007. which holds wider implications for the study of the Middle East. the routes and motives which produce party activists and local party organisations. How far does this reﬂect the trend which has seen the rise of political Islam across the Middle East? Does this indicate a growing tendency in the direction of Islamisation amongst the Turkish population? If not. society.50 LibRARY of ModERn TURKEY.50 LibRARY of ModERn TURKEY. neglecting its civil. 320 PAGEs 216 X 134MM ApRiL 2012 9781780760261 HARdbAcK £59. 8 14 k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon DEMOCRATIC TRANSITION IN TURKEY NEW CITIZENSHIP AND IDENTITY IN TURKEY From Atatürk’s Republic to the Present Day NEW The Transformation of Civil Society and the Challenges of EU Accession Basak Ince Bilkent University Hasan Turunc ‘West’ or ‘East’? ‘Modern’ or ‘Traditional’? ‘Global’ or ‘Local’? ‘Secular’ or ‘Islamic’? ‘Turkish’ or ‘Other’? These seemingly polar opposites have all-too-often been lazily used when examining the nature of the modern Turkish state and its society. democracy and political participation in the modern Turkish republic. the country was under IMF stewardship. analysing the explosion of civil society institutions under the aegis and protection of the EU Copenhagen Political Criteria (which holds out eventual EU accession as the ultimate incentive in the negotiations). and from the military interventions of the 1960s. economy. 320 PAGEs 216 X 134MM SEptEMbER 2013 9781780765396 HARdbAcK £59. political. they offer new perspectives on the transformation of national identity in this increasingly inﬂuential country in the Middle East. unemployment. Grassroots Activism and Islamic Fundamentalism Kayhan Delibas University of Kent Shane Brennan and Marc Herzog Turkey. Here. exploring its ideology. A fresh look at the current issues within Turkey.VoL. and social implications. 3 Is Turkish nationalism simply a product of Kemalist propaganda from the early Turkish Republic or an inevitable consequence of a ﬁrm and developing ‘Turkish’ identity? Turkish citizenship is a vital aspect of today’s Republic.50 LibRARY of ModERn TURKEY. Through different approaches engaging with politics.
this period was short-lived. Although the armed forces ofﬁcially returned power to the civilians in 1961. Through a close ethnographic study of women workers in Istanbul’s garment industry. Turkey’s army staged a coup d’état and Menderes was hanged the following year.’ – Professor Yildiz Ecevit.VoL. For the ﬁrst time a democratic government ruled the country. 15 k ‘A well-grounded contribution to the debates on women’s economics activities.50 LibRARY of ModERn TURKEY. 304 PAGEs 216 X 134MM JULY 2013 9781848857780 HARdbAcK £56.50 IntERnAtionAL LibRARY of CULtURAL StUdiEs. Turkey 224 PAGEs 216 X 134MM ILLUstRAtEd 2011 9781848854291 HARdbAcK £59.50 LibRARY of ModERn MiddLE EAst StUdiEs. Here Saniye Dedeoglu shows us exactly how globalisation has affected women engaged in insecure. and is an important contribution to the various perspectives on the social and economic consequences of globalization to the least priviliged in industrial socieities. 79 THE ARMY AND THE RADICAL LEFT IN TURKEY Military Coups. invisible and low/unpaid garment work. Sütçü Imam University. Socialist Revolution and Kemalism TECHNOLOGY AND NATIONAL IDENTITY IN TURKEY Mobile Communications and the Evolution of a Post-Ottoman Nation Özgür Mutlu Ulus Acibadem University 280 PAGEs 216 X 134MM 2010 9781848854840 HARdbAcK £62. gender ideologies and industrial production in Turkey. Here. challenging the political monopoly of the Kemalist elites. Turkey (Eds) 320 PAGEs 216 X 134MM ILLUstRAtEd 2012 9781780760278 HARdbAcK £59.50 LibRARY of ModERn TURKEY. and the inﬂuence of the military in its destiny.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 MILITARY INTERVENTION AND CRISIS DEMOCRACY IN TURKEY NEW WOMEN WORKERS IN TURKEY Global Industrial Production in Istanbul NEW IN PAPERBACK The Menderes Era and its Demise Saniye Dedeoglu Mogens Pelt University of Copenhagen Adnan Menderes’ election to power in 1950 signalled a new epoch in the history of modern Turkey. she reveals how industries have adapted their labour demands to make use of local female labour supplies. Middle East Technical University 232 PAGEs 216 X 134MM JUNE 2012 9781780760315 PApERbAcK £25. weakening the role of elected politicians.VoL.VoL. However. 4 Meltem Ahıska Bogaziçi University 288 PAGEs 216 X 134MM 2010 9781845116538 HARdbAcK £62. but also having a negative effect on those at the bottom of the labour supply chain. This unique exploration of the Menderes period sheds new light on the shaping of post-war Turkey and will be vital for those researching the Turkish Republic. Mogens Pelt examines the era of the rule of the Democratic Party and the legacy of the military intervention that brought it to an end. Warwick University and Adam Yavuz Elveren. 1 Globalisation is often considered as not only generating jobs. Political Islam and EU Accession OCCIDENTALISM IN TURKEY Questions of Modernity and National Identity in Turkish Radio Broadcasting Saniye Dedeoglu. The book throws up the critical question of what it means to be a woman in today’s globalised society.VoL.00 Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon GENDER AND SOCIETY IN TURKEY The Impact of Neoliberal Policies. 15 .VoL. In 1960. this intervention allowed the military to become a major player in Turkey’s political process. 97 Burce Celik Bahçesehir University. and highlights the strategies and responses that have evolved in response to contemporary changes in global industrial production in Turkey.50 LibRARY of ModERn MiddLE EAst StUdiEs.
Kaya Lillehammer University College 240 PAGEs 216 X 134MM 2011 9781845118754 HARdbAcK £59.00 9781848854598 PApERbAcK £14.99 LibRARY of EURopEAn StUdiEs. 20 Çigdem Üstün Gediz University.VoL.00 LibRARY of ModERn MiddLE EAst StUdiEs.50 LibRARY of ModERn MiddLE EAst StUdiEs. 95 Asuman Suner 224 PAGEs 234 X 156MM 2010 9781845119492 HARdbAcK £59.50 LibRARY of ModERn MiddLE EAst StUdiEs. Religion and the Politicization of Culture in Turkey Ayse Saktanber 304 PAGEs 216 X 134MM 2002 9781860641787 HARdbAcK £62. 75 . Neoliberalism and Exclusion in Turkish Society NEW TURKISH CINEMA Belonging.VoL. Religion and the Nation State BRITAIN AND TURKEY IN THE MIDDLE EAST Politics and Inﬂuence in the Early Cold War Era Umut Azak 256 PAGEs 234 X 156MM ILLUstRAtEd 2010 9781848852631 HARdbAcK £56. 1 16 THE ZAZA KURDS OF TURKEY A Middle Eastern Minority in a Globalised Society Mehmed S.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 TURKEY AND EUROPEAN SECURITY DEFENCE POLICY Compatibility and Security Cultures in a Globalised World LIVING ISLAM Women.VoL.00 9781845119508 PApERbAcK £17.50 LibRARY of EURopEAn StUdiEs. 27 Mustafa Bilgin 336 PAGEs 216 X 134MM 2007 9781845113506 HARdbAcK £62.50 LibRARY of ModERn MiddLE EAst StUdiEs.00 LibRARY of ModERn MiddLE EAst StUdiEs. Zürcher (Eds) 296 PAGEs 216 X 134MM 2004 9781860644269 HARdbAcK £62.VoL.99 ISLAM AND SECULARISM IN TURKEY Kemalism. Modernism and the Revolt of the Islamic Intellectuals Sena Karasipahi 256 PAGEs 234 X 156MM 2008 9781845117832 HARdbAcK £59.00 IntERnAtionAL LibRARY of TwEntiEth CEntURY HistoRY. 21 Mirela Bogdani 240 PAGEs 216 X 134MM SEptEMbER 2010 9781848854581 HARdbAcK £59.VoL.VoL. 12 MEN OF ORDER Authoritarian Modernization under Atatürk and Reza Shah TURKEY AND THE DILEMMA OF EU ACCESSION When Religion Meets Politics Touraj Atabaki and Erik J.VoL. 16 MIGRATING TO AMERICA Transnational Social Networks and Regional Identity among Turkish Migrants Lisa DiCarlo 200 PAGEs 216 X 134MM 2008 9781845116460 HARdbAcK £59. 71 MUSLIMS IN MODERN TURKEY Kemalism.00 IntERnAtionAL LibRARY of MiGRAtion StUdiEs.50 LibRARY of ModERn MiddLE EAst StUdiEs. Identity and Memory Cenk Saraçoglu Middle East Technical University 248 PAGEs 216 X 134MM 2010 9781848854680 HARdbAcK £59.VoL. VoL.VoL. Izmir 288 PAGEs 216 X 134MM AUGUst 2010 9781848852679 HARdbAcK £62. 72 KURDS OF MODERN TURKEY Migration.
Zürcher 432 PAGEs 216 X 134MM 2005 9781860649585 PApERbAcK £16.50 IntERnAtionAL LibRARY of PoLiticAL StUdiEs. ISLAMISTS AND DEMOCRACY Transition and Globalization in a Muslim State Yildiz Atasoy 240 PAGEs 234 X 156MM 2005 9781850437581 HARdbAcK £59.VoL.50 THE STATE AND THE SUBALTERN Modernization.50 TURKEY.VoL. 66 Anna Frangoudaki and Caglar Keyder (Eds) 272 PAGEs 234 X 156MM 2007 9781845112899 HARdbAcK £68.99 Ali Carkoglu & Ersin Kalaycioglu 256 PAGEs 234 X 156MM 2006 9781845111854 HARdbAcK £62. 1 TURKEY A Modern History Erik J. VoL. Thalia Dragonas and Çaglar Keyder (Eds) 320 PAGEs 216 X 134MM 2010 9781848851313 HARdbAcK £62.00 CULtURE And SociEtY in WEstERn & CEntRAL AsiA. Protest and Stability in an Islamic Society Deniz Kandiyoti & Ayse Saktanber (eds) 360 PAGEs 234 X 156MM 2001 9781860644276 PApERbAcK £18. 15 SPATIAL CONCEPTIONS OF THE NATION 17 Modernizing Geographies in Greece and Turkey THE UNWELCOME NEIGHBOUR Turkey’s Kurdish Policy Asa Lundgren 168 PAGEs 234 X 156MM 2007 9781850436829 HARdbAcK £59.VoL.50 LibRARY of ModERn MiddLE EAst StUdiEs.99 .99 9781903403754 HARdbAcK £47.50 LibRARY of EURopEAn StUdiEs. 1850-1950 Touraj Atabaki (Ed) 272 PAGEs 234 X 156MM 2007 9781845113391 HARdbAcK £65. 3 Nikiforos Diamandouros.00 FRAGMENTS OF CULTURE The Everyday of Modern Turkey TURKISH DEMOCRACY TODAY Elections.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 THE EU AND TURKEY A Glittering Prize or a Millstone? Edited by Michael Lake 180 PAGEs 228X148MM 2005 9781903403617 PApERbAcK £16. Society and the State in Turkey and Iran WAYS TO MODERNITY IN GREECE AND TURKEY Encounters with Europe.
anything he found would have no relevance to European and that he could therefore enjoy the art for its own sake. But Turkey surprised him and he delighted in the unexpected wealth of Greek.99 Freya Stark 496 PAGEs 198 X 126MM MAY 2012 9781848853140 PApERbAcK £12. Sewell describes (not always favourably) the archaeological and historical sites he comes across. The main bulk of this book focuses on his journey from Ephesus to Side one winter.99 TAURis PARKE PApERbAcKs Hilary Sumner-Boyd and John Freely 512 PAGEs 198 X 126MM ILLUstRAtEd 2009 9781848851542 PApERbAcK £12. He thought that there. South from Ephesus is an incomparable portrait of Turkey and its artistic heritage – a book that could only have been written by Sewell and which has become a quirky classic of travel literature.99 TAURis PARKE PApERbAcKs .99 TAURis PARKE PApERbAcKs k Available as a Kindle edition from Amazon THE LYCIAN SHORE A Turkish Odyssey STROLLING THROUGH ISTANBUL The Classic Guide to the City 18 Freya Stark 240 PAGEs 198 X 126MM ILLUstRAtEd 2011 9781848853126 PApERbAcK £9. ‘Startlingly original’ – Times Literary Supplement 288 PAGEs 198 X 126MM ILLUstRAtEd ApRiL 2012 9781780761206 PApERbAcK £11.99 TAURis PARKE PApERbAcKs Jane Taylor 352 PAGEs 198 X 126MM 2007 9781860642494 pApERbAcK £12.99 ACROSS THE HELLESPONT A Literary Guide to Turkey THE WESTERN SHORES OF TURKEY Discovering the Aegean and Mediterranean Coasts Richard Stoneman Exeter University 264 PAGEs 198 X 126MM NovEMbER 2010 9781848854222 PApERbAcK £11.99 IONIA A Quest ROME ON THE EUPHRATES The Story of a Frontier Freya Stark 376 PAGEs 198 X 126MM ILLUstRAtEd 2010 9781848851917 PApERbAcK £11. With typically acerbic commentary. Bursa and Edirne A BYZANTINE JOURNEY John Ash 352 PAGEs 198 X 126MM 2006 9781845113070 PApERbAcK £12. the landscapes that so clearly thrilled him. and the encounters he has along the way. Byzantine and Islamic cultures there.TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 TRAVEL SOUTH FROM EPHESUS Travels through Aegean Turkey NEW Brian Sewell Weary of what he called the ‘tyranny’ of western art. Brian Sewell ﬁrst visited Turkey in 1975.99 IMPERIAL ISTANBUL A Traveller’s Guide: Includes Iznik. returning three of four times a year until 1990.99 John Freely 424 PAGEs 198 X 126MM ILLUstRAtEd 2004 9781850436188 PApERbAcK £12. Roman.
and beyond to Central Asia. and model gardens built of sugar carried in wedding processions. Sherbet and Spice offers a rare look at the evolution of sweets from the non-European angle. rose jam. milk puddings and helvas. clotted cream or cheese.99 Andrew Dalby 272 PAGEs 198 X 126MM 2010 9781848851658 PApERbAcK £14.ibtauris. food historian and author of Sugar-plums and Sherbet 304 PAGEs 228 X 155MM ILLUstRAtEd NOVEMBER 2012 9781848858985 HARdbAcK £20. Persia. Egypt and the Levant.com .TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2013 COOKERY SHERBET AND SPICE The Complete Story of Turkish Sweets and Desserts Mary Isin The stories behind Turkey’s huge variety of sweets and puddings are as fascinating as their multiplicity of ﬂavours. Arabia. This riveting exploration of their history and role in Turkish culture is a voyage of adventure.99 www.00 19 TASTES OF BYZANTIUM The Cuisine of a Legendary Empire CLASSIC TURKISH COOKING Ghillie Basan and Jonathan Basan 224 PAGEs 236 X 236MM 2011 9781848859845 PApERbAcK £18.’ – Laura Mason. This is the land of Turkish delight perfumed with rosewater and musk. The ﬁrst study of Turkish confectionery ever to be published. taking us from the sultan’s palace to the homes of ordinary people in Turkey’s villages and towns. baklava ﬁlled with nuts. ‘A fascinating and informative exploration of the role of sweetness in Turkish culture over the centuries. strings of nuts dipped in grape syrup. based on many Turkish sources little known outside Turkey that lend a new dimension to the subject.