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مجلّه «انجمنِ مطالعات عثمانی و تُرکیه» از سوی «انجمنِ مطالعات عثمانی و تُرکیه» (Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association)، گروه تاریخ دانشگاه بینگهمتون در آمریکا دوبار در سال منتشر می شود.

فهرست مقاله های شماره اول این مجلّه که در بهار سال 2020 منتشر شده اند:

-          Introduction // Nükhet Varlık and Robert Zens

 

-          President’s Note // Amy Singer

 

-          Introduction Chasing the Ottoman Early Modern// Virginia H. Aksan

 

-          “Early Modern” and the Lifespan of Empires // Virginia H. Aksan

 

-          Marking Time on the Early Modern: Kings, Conquests, Commune, Continuum // Palmira Brummett

 

-          Ottoman Islamic Law and “Early Modernity” // Guy Burak

 

-          Invented Tradition and the Ottoman World View // Giancarlo Casale

 

-          On Ottoman Early Modernity: Scattered Thoughts Pretending to be a Position Statement // Boğaç Ergene

 

-          Periodizations in Crisis: Early Modernity and Ottoman Imperial Historiography // Heather Ferguson

 

-          Chasing Monsters? // John-Paul A. Ghobrial

 

-          Early Modernity: An Idea in Need of Greater Depth // James Grehan

 

-          The Late Modern Origins of Early Modern Governance // Antonis Hadjikyriacou

 

-           A Preliminary User’s Guide to the “Early Modern” Tool in Ottomanist Scholarship // Jane Hathaway

 

-          Before Exclusivism: Was the Early Modern an Axial Age? // Douglas A. Howard

 

-          Imperial Limits and Early Modernity: Borderland Clients of the Ottoman Empire and the “Well-Protected Dominions” // Güneş Işıksel

 

-          Provincial and/or Regional Histories and the Question of Temporality// Dina Rizk Khoury

 

-          Early, Yet Already Late: Literary Musings on Historical Questions // Selim Kuru

 

-          Who counts? Ottomans, Early Modernity, and Trans-Imperial Subjecthood // E. Natalie Rothman

 

-          Cultural and Political Synchronicity vs. Economic and Social Diversity: What Global “Early Modernity” Does Not Explain //Marinos Sariyannis

 

-          Reading Modernity in (and out) of the Ottoman Empire // Nir Shafir

 

-          The Disenchantment of Sufism, the Rationalization of Sunni Islam, and Early Modernity //Baki Tezcan

 

-          Ottoman Early Modern // Ali Yaycıoğlu

 

-          Epilogue 1: Early Modern Ottomans // Joanna Innes

 

-          Epilogue 2: The Limits of Knowledge Production as a Subversive Practice: The “Early Modern” in Ottoman Studies // Beshara Doumani

 

-          From Zaviye to Mosque: Aspects of the Social Evolution in the Early Ottoman Balkans in Late Fourteenth-Century Gümülcine/Komotini // Panagiotis Kontolaimos

 

-          The Evolution of Grain Procurement Practices in Ottoman Macedonia, 1774–1838 // Seven Ağır

 

-          Çiftlik Formation and Transformation of Land Ownership in the Kazas of Serfice, Çaharşenbe, and Eğri Bucak (1820–1850) // Dimitrios Lamprakis

 

-          Art Exhibitions in Munich and Istanbul (1909–18): Cultural Events as Part of German Imperialist Policies // Funda Berksoy

 

-          Changing Reality through Fiction: A Cognitive Approach to Late Ottoman Literature // Deniz T. Kılınçoğlu

 

-          When the Devil Tells the Story: Ekphrastic Detective Fiction in Orhan Pamuk’s Novel My Name is Red // Remus Racolța

 

-          Treasures of Knowledge: an Inventory of the Ottoman Palace Library (1502/3–1503/4), ed. by Gülru Necipoğlu, Cemal Kafadar, and Cornell H. Fleischer (review) // Konrad Hirschler

 

-          The Ottoman Empire in the Tanzimat Era: Provincial Perspectives from Ankara to Edirne by Yonca Köksal (review) // Uğur B. Bayraktar

 

-          Secularism and State Religion in Modern Turkey: Law, Policy-Making and the Diyanet by Emir Kaya (review)  // Kristin E. Fabbe

 

منبع:

https://muse.jhu.edu/journal/761

 

 

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