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  • Partners of the Empire: The Crisis of the Ottoman Order in the Age of Revolutions | Department of History
    and Lecturers Graduate Students Staff About the Department Bookshelf Projects News Events Upcoming Events Past Events History Related Events Partners of the Empire The Crisis of the Ottoman Order in the Age of Revolutions Ali Yaycioglu Stanford University Press Jan 2016 About About the Department Degree Programs Undergraduate Program Graduate Programs Courses People Faculty Graduate Students Staff News and Events Recent News Upcoming Events Connect Facebook Twitter Pinterest Contact Us

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/publications/partners-empire-crisis-ottoman-order-age-revolutions (2015-10-06)
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  • Ali Yaycioglu | Department of History
    the revolutionary age and examines institutional transformation political crisis and settlements for reform in the Ottoman Empire in the late 18 th and early 19 th centuries His current book project which is tentatively entitled Politics of Volatility Wealth Power and Death in the Ottoman Empire examines how insecurity of property rights and risks of political lives shaped the attitudes of Ottoman elite towards life and death from the 15th to the mid 19th centuries Dr Yaycioglu is also working on an edited volume with Cemal Kafadar on Ottoman spatial history entitled Ottoman Topologies Production of Space in an Early Modern Empire Dr Yaycioglu teaches courses on the Ottoman Empire histiry of Islamic Eurasia the Global Early Modern Modern Turkey and Istanbul Selected Publications Projects Partners of the Empire The Crisis of the Ottoman Order in the Age of Revolutions Ali Yaycioglu Selected Journals Book Chapters Rahova 1784 18 Yüzyıl Osmanlı Balkanlarında Katılım Bilgi ve Güç Rahova 1784 Participation Information and Power in the 18th century Ottoman Balkans Ali Yaycioglu Rahova 1784 18 Yüzyıl Osmanlı Balkanlarında Katılım Bilgi ve Güç Rahova 1784 Participation Information and Power in the 18th century Ottoman Provincial Power holders and the Empire in the Late Ottoman World Conflict or Partnership Ali Yaycioglu Provincial Power holders and the Empire in the Late Ottoman World Conflict or Partnership in The Ottoman World edited by Sened i İttifak 1808 Osmanlı İmperatorluuğ nda Bir Ortaklık ve Entegrasyon Denemesi Deed of Agreement 1808 An Attempt of Integration and Partnership Ali Yaycioglu Sened i İttifak 1808 Osmanlı İmperatorluuğ nda Bir Ortaklık ve Entegrasyon Denemesi Deed of Agreement 1808 An Attempt of Integration and Rumeli nde Geraylar ve Cengiz Mehmed Geray Sultan ın Hikayesi Gerays in Rumelia and Cengiz Mehmed Geray s Story Ali Yaycioglu Rumeli nde Geraylar ve Cengiz Mehmed Geray

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/people/ali-yaycioglu (2015-10-06)
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  • Afghan Modern: The History of a Global Nation | Department of History
    Visiting Faculty and Lecturers Graduate Students Staff About the Department Bookshelf Projects News Events Upcoming Events Past Events History Related Events Afghan Modern The History of a Global Nation Robert Crews Sep 2015 Forthcoming September 2015 Harvard University Press About About the Department Degree Programs Undergraduate Program Graduate Programs Courses People Faculty Graduate Students Staff News and Events Recent News Upcoming Events Connect Facebook Twitter Pinterest Contact Us Lane History

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/publications/afghan-modern-history-global-nation-2 (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 Afghan Modern The History of a Global Nation Robert Crews Forthcoming September 2015 Under the Drones Modern Lives in the Afghanistan Pakistan Borderlands Robert Crews Shahzad Bashir In the West media coverage of Afghanistan and Pakistan is framed by military and political concerns resulting in a simplistic picture of ageless For Prophet and Tsar Islam and Empire in Russia and Central Asia Robert Crews Russia occupies a unique position in the Muslim world Unlike any other non Islamic state it has ruled Muslim populations for over five hundred Pages 1 2 next last Selected Journals Book Chapters The Russian Worlds of Islam Robert Crews The Russian Worlds of Islam Islam and the European Empires ed David Motadel Oxford University Press 2014 Moscow and the Mosque Co opting Muslims in Putin s Russia Robert Crews Moscow and the Mosque Co opting 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

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/people/robert-crews (2015-10-06)
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  • Major | Department of History
    Advisors Awards Herodotus Journal Forms Graduate Programs Current Courses Major Bachelor of Arts in History Prerequisites for the Major Before declaring the History major students must take one lecture course They must take a second lecture course within one year of declaring Fulfilling this requirement are courses numbered HISTORY 1 199 with the exception of Freshman xxN and Sophomore xxQ Introductory Seminars Bachelor of Arts Requirements Completion of the major requires planning History majors should plan to meet with their faculty advisers twice yearly once in the Autumn and once in the Winter or Spring quarters These meetings should take place within the first three weeks of the quarter before the final study list deadline History majors are required to complete a minimum of 63 units i e a minimum of 13 courses to include One Sources and Methods Seminar HISTORY 1S 99S Two 200 level undergraduate colloquia HISTORY 200 298 At least one other small group course Two lecture requirements U S or Europe and Africa Asia Middle East or Latin America Completion of the Writing in the Major requirement HISTORY 209S At least six additional courses to total a minimum of 63 units More Information For more information

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/academics/undergraduate-program/major (2015-10-06)
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  • Coterminal Masters | Department of History
    equivalent including transfer credit or 3 full quarters after completing 180 units for a total of 225 units Nine graduate level courses a minimum of 45 units must be completed with B or better All courses must be completed with a letter grade and with the following distribution of coursework at least one history graduate seminar 400 level at least four history graduate colloquia 300 level not History 304 three courses within a single Ph D field of study Africa Britain Early Modern Europe East Asia Europe Eastern Europe Jewish Latin America Middle East Modern Europe Russia or the U S no more than 2 courses taken outside History may be counted to the M A no more than 2 may be Directed Reading or other individualized courses Students must meet all requirements for both degrees no course may be double counted How to Apply Some students apply in their junior year and complete their M A studies in their fourth year at Stanford others apply in the senior year planning their M A coursework for their fifth year at Stanford It is advisable for senior status applicants to track closely their completed units toward graduation As soon as a co term student reaches 180 units s he will be registered immediately with graduate status Accordingly such students will no longer have the option to stop out or to apply for PSO Permit for Services Only registration both are options restricted to undergraduates Achieving graduate status may have other consequences depending upon each student s unique situation For this reason seniors at the time of application are advised to meet with the Registrar in order to plan wisely Students applying for co term admission must take the GRE exam specify a field of study select a faculty advisor and should

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/academics/undergraduate-program/coterminal-masters (2015-10-06)
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  • How to Declare | Department of History
    Faculty Adviser The best way to find an adviser is simply to take a variety of History courses drop in during faculty office hours posted in the History Department main office and introduce yourself as a prospective History major Faculty are happy to suggest coursework and to offer counsel Next complete the Declaration Form and have your adviser sign it Forms are also available in the History Office Then submit your Declaration Form to Priscilla Tojino Undergraduate Student Services Administrator in the History Office 200 113 Finally declare the History major on AXESS Only students who have submitted a signed History Major Declaration Form will be accepted by AXESS as History majors This restriction ensures that all History majors have advisors A note on timing Students usually declare in the freshman sophomore or early junior year History majors are required to be declared six quarters prior to graduation students declaring later than the Fall quarter of their junior year need to submit a special petition also available in the History Office accompanied by a plan for completing the major Declaring a History Minor To minor in History you must register with the department by the Autumn quarter of your senior

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/academics/undergraduate-program/how-declare (2015-10-06)
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  • Peer Advisors | Department of History
    Upcoming Events Past Events History Related Events Academics Overview Undergraduate Program Major Minor Coterminal MA How to Declare Peer Advisors Awards Herodotus Journal Forms Graduate Programs Current Courses Peer Advisors Peer advisors are History undergraduates who volunteer to help their fellow students with requirements of the department as well as other university resources About About the Department Degree Programs Undergraduate Program Graduate Programs Courses People Faculty Graduate Students Staff News

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/academics/undergraduate-program/peer-advisors (2015-10-06)
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