The Frontiers of the Ottoman World

British Academy (2009)

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ACS Peacock: Introduction: the Ottoman Empire and its frontiers Part One: Frontier Fortifications Palmira Brummet: The Fortress: defining and mapping the Ottoman frontier in the 16th-17th centuries Gábor Ágoston: Where environmental and frontier studies meet: rivers, forests, marshes, and fortifications along the Ottoman-Hapsburg frontier in Hungary Andrew Petersen: The Ottoman conquest of Arabia and the Syrian hajj route Denys Pringle: 'Aqaba Castle in the Ottoman period, 1517-1917 Malcolm Wagstaff: Evliya Çelebi, the Mani and the fortress of Kelefa Svitlana Bilyayeva and Victor Ostapchuk: The Ottoman northern Black Sea frontier at Akkerman Fortress: the present view from a historical and archaeological project Burcu Özgüven: Palanka forts and construction activity in the late Ottoman Balkans Lucienne Thys-Senocak, Rahmi Nurhan Çelik, Arzu Özsavasçi and Gülhan Tanyeli: Understanding archaeology and architecture through archival records: the restoration project of the Ottoman fortress of Seddülbahir on the Gallipoli Peninsula of Turkey Part Two: The administration of the frontier Tom Sinclair: Administration and fortification in the Van region under Ottoman rule in the 16th century John Alexander: Ottoman frontier policies in northeast Africa, 1517-1914 Frederick Anscombe: Continuities in Ottoman centre-periphery relations, 1787-1915 Kahraman Sakul: Ottoman attempts to control the Adriatic frontier in the Napoleonic Wars Gökhan Çetinsaya: Challenges of a frontier region: the case of Ottoman Iraq in the 19th century Isa Blumi: The frontier as a measure of modern power: local limits to empire in Yemen, 1872- 1914 Part Three: Frontier Society: rulers, ruled and revolt Sara Nur Yildiz: Razing Gevele and fortifying Konya: the beginning of the Ottoman conquest of the Karamanid principality in south-central Anatolia, 1468 Rossitsa Gradeva: Between the hinterland and the frontier: Ottoman Vidin, 15th to 18th centuries Rhoads Murphey: The garrison and its hinterland in the Ottoman east, 1578-1605 Intisar Elzein: Ottoman archaeology on the Middle Nile Valley in the Sudan Ibolya Gerelyes: Garrisons and the local population in Ottoman Hungary: the testimony of the archaeological finds Richard Carlton and Alan Rushworth: The Krajina Project: exploring the Ottoman-Hapsburg borderland Neil Faulkner and Nick Saunders: War without frontiers: the archaeology of the Arab Revolt, 1916-18 Part Four: The Economy of the Frontier Mark Stein: Military service and material gain on the Ottoman-Hapsburg frontier M. Mallinson, C. Breen, W. Forsythe, J. Phillips and L. Smith: Ottoman Suakin 1541 - 1865 AD - lost and found Colin Heywood: A frontier without archaeology? The Ottoman maritime frontier in the western Mediterranean, 1660-1760 Paul Lane and Douglas Johnson: The archaeology and history of slavery in South Sudan in the 19th century Caroline Finkel: Conclusion
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