Query : Ottoman Press
- Exertzoglou, Haris3
- Grallert, Till3
- Ahmet Aslan2
- Ahmet Gökdemir2
- Aksan, Virginia2
- Amorati, Vasiliki2
- board, editorial2
- Davud Kapucu2
- Evren Altinkas2
- Gara, Eleni2
- Iliadis, Christos2
- İsmail Çalışkan2
- Murat Ak2
- Murat Yümlü2
- scientifique, Chargé de diffusion2
- A. I. Pavlova1
- Abdülhamit Avşar1
- Abdulmuttalip İPEK1
- Abidin Çevik1
- Achmad Yafik Mursyi̇d1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences30
- Art and Art History12
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology11
- Architecture and Space Management11
- Political Science11
- Gender Studies6
- Musicology and Performing Arts6
- Classical Studies5
- Archaeology and Prehistory3
- Cultural Heritage and Museology2
- Economies and Finances1
- Methods and Statistics1
Parution : M'hamed Oualdi, A Slave Between Empires. A Transimperial History of North Africa, Columbia University Press, Febr 2020
In June 1887, a man known as General Husayn, a manumitted slave turned dignitary in the Ottoman province of Tunis, passed away in Florence after a life crossing empires. As a youth, Husayn was brought from Circassia to Turkey, where he was sold as a slave. In Tunis, he ascended to the rank of genera...
Parution : Laurent Mignon, Uncoupling Language and Religion: An Exploration into the Margins of Turkish Literature, Academic Studies Press, May 2021
This book is an invitation to rethink our understanding of Turkish literature as a tale of two “others.” The first part of the book examines the contributions of non-Muslim authors, the “others” of modern Turkey, to the development of Turkish literature during the late Ottoman and early republican p...
Hürriyet ve modernleşme enstrümanı olarak Osmanlı'da basın
Destruction of an empire with outbreaks: II. Period of legitimacy
The last period of the Ottoman state has been through economic crises, wars and domestic disturbances, as well as pandemic diseases. Trade routes coming through Iran and the Caucasus, visitors returning from the Holy Land, vessels arriving in port cities such as Antalya, Istanbul, Izmir and Trabzon...
THE OUTLOOK OF THE POWER-PRESS RELATIONS IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE (1831-1918)
Press is a very significantsource in historical studies. While utilizingany work of press, political events of that epochand their relations with the power arenotable because it is inevitableto approach with suspiciontoall sorts of information and document. In this way, reliability and value of the...
AN ADVENTURER WHO ASSERTED RIGHT ON THE OTTOMAN THRONE: PRETENDER PRINCE AHMED NADİR BEY
As can be seen on the other dynasties, in the history of the Ottoman Empire some pretender princes claimed that they are one of the members of the sultanate family. Ahmed Nadir Bey who emerged in the late period of Mahmud II and claimed to be the son of Mustafa IV and the rightful heir of the sultan...
A GLANCE AT THE VOCABULARIES OF ADVERTISING AND VISUALS IN MEKTEB MUZESI (RESIMLI DUNYA) JOURNAL
The Efficiency and mobility in the Ottoman press life has increased during the II. Constitutional Period. Newspapers and magazines have been published repeatedly. This situation accelerated the development of the Ottoman Empire in these fields which was behind the West in terms of press, broadcastin...
Re-discovering Alessandro Spina’s Transculture/ality in The Young Maronite
Alessandro Spina, né Basili Shafik Khouzam, was born in Benghazi in 1927 into a family of Maronites from Aleppo and spent most of his life between Libya and Italy, speaking several languages and writing in Italian. He may be described as the “unsung” writer of Italian colonial and post-colonial past...
<b> Some discussions and pollencies that were subject to Turkish Home Journal between 1911-1918 </b> / </b> Some Polemics and Discussions which were subjected in Turkics and Discussions which were subjected In Turkic Yurdu Magazine Between 1911-1918 </i>
Some Polemics and Discussions which were all Poles and Discussions (1918 http://82fdd5ec-5b45-4c9e-9268-3abe7cfd5fc8 Some Polemics and Discussions that were all Poles and Discussions were all Turks and spokes magazine by the Turks magazine were the Turks Magazine (1918) the Turkstory magazine was WH...
In Bayburt, a number of internal insurrections occurred in Turkey against the Turkish Grand National Assembly during the period of the competition
The uprising of the Sheikh Ashraf Rebellion, also known as the Hart Rebellion, has a very different characteristic, as the Turkish Grand National Assembly has not yet been opened on the date of the insurgency. However, in those days, the Commission was attempting to dominate the situation in Anatoli...
The Failed Ottoman Campaign of Constantinople in 1438
This article considers the history of the campaign of Ottoman Sultan Murad II to Constantinople that failed in 1438. The study is based on the reports of Byzantine historians Georgios Sphrantzes and Sylvestre Syropulos and Castilian traveller Pero Tafur. Based on an analysis of the sources, the auth...
Omer Bartov and Eric D. Weitz, eds. Shatterzones of Empires: Coexistence and Violence in the German, Habsburg, Russian, and Ottoman Borderlands.
Omer Bartov and Eric D. Weitz, eds. Shatterzones of Empires: Coexistence and Violence in the German, Habsburg, Russian, and Ottoman Borderlands. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2013. xii, 528 pp. Illustrations. Maps. Index. $37.00, paper.
The main Training Criterials for Education Criteria pursuant to Turkey's Elections, appointments and Elections of today's Mufti Mufti from Turkey
are key to answering religious questions (defaults) under Islamic religious services. Therefore, it is determined that certain qualifications of the persons who will perform this sensitive service are considered to be available; in the press, they are also in-depth. With the institutionalisation of...
Ibrahim Monitoring and the First Turkish Principle
The "Lale Age" from 1718 to 1730, when the Ottoman state took place in Europe's conscious economies from Europe, and in this period, envoys were sent to many countries in Europe to study their training. But the biggest and most potent innovation of this era is the printing press opened together by İ...
Trabzon Press in the Transition to Multi-Party Democracy (1945-1950)
Trabzon was one of the city of Anatolia, where the local press was powerful since the local press had been pub-lished in Ottoman province in the Second Constitutional Era. The local press in Trabzon developed in three differ-ent period, which are the Second Constitutional Era, the Turkish National...
Ilinden Rebellion in the USA and Englısh Press (1903)
The separationist rebellions in the Ottoman Empire did start from the beginning of the 19th C. The Bulgarians who lived under the adminıstration of the Ottomans rebelled against them under the influence of the Russians. As a result, a conflict rose among the Macedonian Greek, Bulgarian and Serbs. Th...
Ottoman Diplomacy and Hegemonic Masculinity during the Great Eastern Crisis of 1875-78
This article will examine Ottoman and British diplomatic correspondence and the satirical press and argue that during the Eastern Crisis of 1875-78, representatives of the Great Powers conceived of a hierarchy of masculinities that became a major part of their diplomatic rhetoric. At the top of this...
THE EFFECT OF OTTOMAN PRESS DURING THE FORMATION OF COSSACK WRITTEN LITERATURE
The beginning of XIX and XX centuries is accepted as a significant process in formation of Cossack written literature in its literature history. Initially, the activities to carry the works belonging to Turkic-Islamic literature to people in Cossack Turkish attracts the attention that literate folk...
La Dichiarazione dei diritti di Rigas Velestinlìs
This essay concerns the Declaration of Rights by Rigas Velestinlìs, one of the most important personalities of Greek Enlightenment. First of all, the article tries to explain some important aspects of his biography. He was born in 1757 in Velestino, a little village in Thessaly; he then lived in Is...
Assassination of Kléber: qui prodest?
This study examines the assassination of Jean-Baptiste Kléber, a prominent French General of the Revolutionary Wars period, commander-in-chief of the Oriental Army in Egypt by Suleiman al-Khalebi, a Syrian, on June 14, 1800 in Cairo. The investigation carried out by the occupation authorities conclu...
Public Organizations of Tatar Students in the Ottoman Empire in the Beginning of 20th Century
Impetuous and turbulent flow of the national life of the Tatars in the late XIX - early XX centuries are traditionally associated with the formation of an ethnic community of a new national type and the turning points of world history. The paper presents the first experience of the systematization o...
The Patriarchal Election Crisis At The Armenian Patriarchate Of Istanbul: The Repercussion of The Crisis In The American Consular Reports And Turkish Press (1944-1950)
The death of the first Armenian Archbishop of İstanbul during the Republican era, Mesrob I Naroyan, in 1944 led to an unprecedented leadership crisis throughout the whole history of the Patriarchate of İstanbul, which was established in 1461 upon the orders of the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II. Several...
Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall as Historian and Osmanist (with Reference to the Collection of the Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences)
Baron Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall (1774–1856) was an outstanding orientalist, diplomat, and pioneer in the studies of history and philology of the Middle East. At the Library of the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of the Russian Academy of Sciences, which is a department of the Library of the Acad...
From Armenian Red Sunday to Irish Easter Rising: Incorporating Insurrectionary Politics into the History of the Great War’s Genocidal Turn, 1915-16
The Ottoman Armenians is not in doubt. But historicizing these events within the context of diverse and segmented Armenian responses to the 1914-1918 war has proved more problematic, not least as acknowledging any element of separatist or even insurrectionary intentions might appear to give retrospe...
Cento anni di "Metz Yeghern", tra silenzio e speranza. A proposito del volume di Yeghiayan Vartkes, "Pro Armenia. Voci ebraiche sul genocidio armeno", a cura di Fulvio Cortese e Francesco Berti (2015)
This article starts from the analysis of the volume Pro Armenia in order to discuss the lack of recognition of the Armenian Genocide by sectors of the international community. Following the protagonists of this book we retake a painful historical and geographical journey beginning with the eye witne...