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  • Sened-i İttifak (1808): Osmanlı İmperatorluuğ’nda Bir Ortaklık ve Entegrasyon Denemesi.” [Deed of Agreement (1808): An Attempt of Integration and Partnership] | Department of History
    Ortaklık ve Entegrasyon Denemesi Deed of Agreement 1808 An Attempt of Integration and Partnership Ali Yaycioglu ISAM Jan 2010 Sened i İttifak 1808 Osmanlı İmperatorluuğ nda Bir Ortaklık ve Entegrasyon Denemesi Deed of Agreement 1808 An Attempt of Integration and Partnership in Nizam ı Kadimden Nizam ı Cedide III Selim ve Dönemi edited by Seyfi Kenan Istanbul İSAM 2010 pp 667 709 Summary of Nizam ı Kadimden Nizam ı Cedide III Selim ve Dönemi Bu kitap çalışmasında asıl hedef ölümünün 200 yılında 2 Selim i ve dönemini çeşitli açılardan değerlendirmek nizam ı kadim den nizam ı cedid e başka bir ifadeyle klasik yönetim sisteminden yeni düzene geçiş çabasını ve sonuçlarını özgün araştırmalarla ve disiplinlerarası çalışma yöntemiyle tartışmaktır Bu dönem şüphesiz Osmanlılar ın sosyal hayattan siyasi yapıya askeri düzenden eğitim ve düşünce dünyasına kadar değişen çeşitli alanlarda yaşadıkları açısından çok önemli evrelerden birini oluşturan birbirleriyle uyumlu veya uyumsuz iniş çıkışların tartışmaların önemli gelişmelerin hatta sıçramaların yanında derin hayal kırıklıklarının da yaşandığı bir aşamaya denk düşer Fakat Batı çağdaşlaşma sürecinde gözlemlenen dikkat çekici hareketlilik akla uygun düşen yenilikçilik kendi kendini disiplin altına alabilme ve yenileyebilme becerilerinin Osmanlılar ın bu dönemdeki önemli çabalarında da görülebildiğini belirtmek gerekir Tanıtım Bülteninden idefix com About About

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  • Rumeli’nde Geraylar ve Cengiz Mehmed Geray Sultan’ın Hikayesi,” [Gerays in Rumelia and Cengiz Mehmed Geray’s Story] | Department of History
    Rumeli nde Geraylar ve Cengiz Mehmed Geray Sultan ın Hikayesi Gerays in Rumelia and Cengiz Mehmed Geray s Story Ali Yaycioglu Jan 2010 Rumeli nde Geraylar ve Cengiz Mehmed Geray Sultan ın Hikayesi Gerays in Rumelia and Cengiz Mehmed Geray s Story XV Türk Tarih Kongresi Ankara 11 15 Eylül 2006 vol 2 Ankara 2010 pp 489 494 with Hakan Kırımlı About About the Department Degree Programs Undergraduate Program Graduate

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  • Ottoman-Turkish Manuscripts in the Islamic and other Libraries of McGill University | Department of History
    pp 41 64 with Adam Gacek The present paper consists of descriptions of 48 individual Ottoman Turkish texts as found in 35 volumes preserved in the Islamic Studies Library the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections and the Osler Library of the History of Medicine Although small in size the collections of Ottoman Turkish manuscripts at McGill are interesting not only from the point of view of scope some

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/publications/ottoman-turkish-manuscripts-islamic-and-other-libraries-mcgill-university (2015-10-06)
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  • Under the Drones: Modern Lives in the Afghanistan-Pakistan Borderlands | Department of History
    Afghanistan and Pakistan is framed by military and political concerns resulting in a simplistic picture of ageless barbarity terrorist safe havens and peoples in need of either punishment or salvation Under the Drones looks beyond this limiting view to investigate real people on the ground and to analyze the political social and economic forces that shape their lives Understanding the complexity of life along the 1 600 mile border between Afghanistan and Pakistan can help America and its European allies realign their priorities in the region to address genuine problems rather than fabricated ones This volume explodes Western misunderstandings by revealing a land that abounds with human agency perpetual innovation and vibrant complexity Through the work of historians and social scientists the thirteen essays here explore the real and imagined presence of the Taliban the animated sociopolitical identities expressed through traditions like Pakistani truck decoration Sufism s ambivalent position as an alternative to militancy the long and contradictory history of Afghan media and the simultaneous brutality and potential that heroin brings to women in the area Moving past shifting conceptions of security the authors expose the West s prevailing perspective on the region as strategic targeted and alarmingly dehumanizing Under

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/publications/under-drones-modern-lives-afghanistan-pakistan-borderlands (2015-10-06)
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  • For Prophet and Tsar: Islam and Empire in Russia and Central Asia | Department of History
    Muslim populations for over five hundred years Though Russia today is plagued by its unrelenting war in Chechnya Russia s approach toward Islam once yielded stability In stark contrast to the popular clash of civilizations theory that sees Islam inevitably in conflict with the West Robert D Crews reveals the remarkable ways in which Russia constructed an empire with broad Muslim support In the eighteenth century Catherine the Great inaugurated a policy of religious toleration that made Islam an essential pillar of Orthodox Russia For ensuing generations tsars and their police forces supported official Muslim authorities willing to submit to imperial directions in exchange for defense against brands of Islam they deemed heretical and destabilizing As a result Russian officials assumed the powerful but often awkward role of arbitrator in disputes between Muslims And just as the state became a presence in the local mosque Muslims became inextricably integrated into the empire and shaped tsarist will in Muslim communities stretching from the Volga River to Central Asia For Prophet and Tsar draws on police and court records and Muslim petitions denunciations and clerical writings not accessible prior to 1991 to unearth the fascinating relationship between an empire and its subjects

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/publications/prophet-and-tsar-islam-and-empire-russia-and-central-asia (2015-10-06)
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  • Robert Crews | Department of History
    History A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill he received an MA from Columbia University and a PhD degree in History from Princeton University His recent course offerings include The Global Drug Wars The Islamic Republics Politics and Society in Iran Afghanistan and Pakistan and Modern Islamic Movements Currently Director of the Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies his latest research project explores Shia politics in Afghanistan Selected Publications Projects The Taliban and the Crisis of Afghanistan Robert Crews Amin Tarzi The Taliban remain one of the most elusive forces in modern history A ragtag collection of clerics and madrasa students this obscure movement Pages first previous 1 2 More Information Trafficking in Evil The Global Arms Trade and the Politics of Disorder Global Islam in the Age of Steam and Print 1850 1930 eds James Gelvin and Nile Green University of California Press 2014 The Taliban and Nationalist Militancy in Afghanistan Contextualizing Jihadi Thought eds Jeevan Deol and Zaheer Kazmi London Hurst and Co NY Columbia University Press 2012 Muslim Networks Imperial Power and the Local Politics of Qajar Iran in Asiatic Russia Imperial Power in Regional and International Contexts ed Uyama Tomohiko NY Routledge 2012

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/people/robert-crews?page=1 (2015-10-06)
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  • Moscow and the Mosque: Co-opting Muslims in Putin's Russia | Department of History
    holding their breath in the run up to the 2014 Winter Olympics it was with good reason A Black Sea spa town long favored by Kremlin apparatchiks Sochi occupies a perilous position on Russia s southern frontier just 50 miles west of the North Caucasus Federal District a cauldron of ethnic strife nationalist separatism and state repression since the collapse of the Soviet Union In the last two years alone

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/publications/moscow-and-mosque-co-opting-muslims-putins-russia (2015-10-06)
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  • Crews on the Co-Optation of Muslims in Putin's Russia | Department of History
    Crews on the Co Optation of Muslims in Putin s Russia Feb 24 2014 Foreign Affairs In his latest article Sohaib and Sara Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies Director Robert Crews discusses the co optation of Muslims in Putin s Russia Read Moscow and the Mosque recently published by Foreign Affairs Click here to view the full article Foreign Affairs About About the Department Degree Programs Undergraduate Program Graduate Programs

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/news/crews-co-optation-muslims-putins-russia (2015-10-06)
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