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TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2017 2016

Turkey & the Ottoman Empire 2017

We are delighted to present our new 2017 publications on Turkey and the Ottoman Empire. As a world leader in Turkey & Ottoman Studies, we seek to represent the richness of the empire’s history along with the most topical debates. Covering the history, politics and cultures of the region from ancient times through the Byzantine and Ottoman eras to the Republic and the present day, the list comprises academic monographs, which showcase the latest scholarly research, along with general books for the interested reader, such as travel writing classics and illustrated cookery titles. Our 2017 programme includes A Short History of the Ottoman Empire, new from Baki Texzcan (p.4); Turkey: A Modern History, the revised edition of Eric Zürcher’s seminal text (p.14); a groundbreaking study of The Gülen Movement in Turkey (p. 14); a captivating look at the life of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in The New Sultan (p. 14) as well as the remarkable story of Inside The Seraglio (p. 6).

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CONTENTS ANCIENT AND BYZANTINE TURKEY 3-4 OTTOMAN TURKEY 4-13 MODERN TURKEY 14-21 TRAVEL 22 COOKERY 23

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ANCIENT AND BYZANTINE TURKEY

THE SACRED ARCHITECTURE OF BYZANTIUM

A SHORT HISTORY OF THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE Dionysios Stathakopoulos

Art, Liturgy and Symbolism in Early Christian Churches Nicholas N. Patricios

King’s College, University of London

University of Miami

The churches of the Byzantine era were built to represent heaven on earth: architecture, art and liturgy were intertwined in them to a degree that has never been replicated elsewhere. Patricios offers a comprehensive survey of the nexus between buildings, worship and art. His identification of seven distinct Byzantine church types, will have considerable appeal to Byzantinists. Beyond categorising and describing the churches themselves, which are richly illustrated with photographs, plans and diagrams, the author interprets the sacred liturgy that took place within these holy buildings. Focusing on buildings in 22 different locations, this sumptuous book is an essential guide to individual features and the wider significance of Byzantine art and architecture. 384 PAGES 246 X 189MM 2014 9781780762913 HARDBACK £45.00 / $75.00 LIBRARY OF CLASSICAL STUDIES

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The Byzantine Empire was one of the most impressive imperial adventures in history. Stathakopoulos here tells a compelling story of military conquest, alliance and reversal, including the terrifying secret weapon of ‘Greek fire’. His new short history is above all a narrative of individuals: of powerful rulers like Justinian I, who recovered Italy from the Vandals and oversaw construction of Hagia Sofia (completed in 537); of his notorious queen Theodora, a courtesan who rose improbably to the highest office of imperial first lady; of the charismatic but cuckolded general Belisarius; and of the religious leaders Arius and Athanasius, whose conflicting ideas about Christ and doctrine shook the Empire to its core. 192 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781780761930 HARDBACK £64.00 / $99.00 9781780761947 PAPERBACK £10.99 / $15.95

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THE SELJUKS OF ANATOLIA

THE ISLAMIC-BYZANTINE FRONTIER NEW IN PAPERBACK

NEW PAPERBACK Court and Society inINthe Medieval Middle East A.C.S. Peacock & Sara Nur Yıldız (Eds)

Interaction and Exchange Among Muslim and Christian Communities A. Asa Eger

University of St Andrews

University of North Carolina

The retreat of the Byzantine army from Syria in around 650 CE, in advance of the approaching Arab armies, is one that has resounded emphatically in the works of both Islamic and Christian writers, and created an enduring motif: that of the Islamic-Byzantine frontier. For centuries, Byzantine and Islamic scholars have evocatively sketched a contested border: the annual raids between the two, the line of fortified fortresses defending Islamic lands, the no-man’s land in between and the birth of jihad. In their early representations of a Muslim-Christian encounter, accounts of the IslamicByzantine frontier are charged with significance for a future ‘clash of civilizations’ that often envisions a polarised world. 432 PAGES 216 X 134MM APRIL 2017 9781784539191 PAPERBACK £17.99 / $27.50

Under Seljuk rule (c. 1081-1308) the formerly Christian Byzantine territories of Anatolia were transformed by the development of Muslim culture, society and politics, and it was then that a Turkish population became firmly established in these lands. But these developments are little understood, and the Seljuk dynasty remains little studied. This volume examines Seljuk culture and history by looking at developments both at court and in society at large, and sheds new light on Seljuk political culture and dynastic ideology, the engagement of politics with religion, and Christian-Muslim interaction. ‘This impressive scholarly volume opens up several new lines of research into the turbulent and little-known history of Seljuk Anatolia.’ – Professor Charles Melville, University of Cambridge 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM MAY 2015 9781848858879 HARDBACK £58 9781784531652 PAPERBACK £17.99 LIBRARY OF MIDDLE EAST HISTORY, VOL. 38

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CHILDREN OF ACHILLES

STORM ON HORSEBACK

The Greeks in Asia Minor since the Days of Troy John Freely

The Seljuk Warriors of Turkey John Freely 240 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2008 9781845117030 HARDBACK £19.99 / $44.00

288 PAGES 234 X 156MM ILLUSTRATED 2009 9781845119416 HARDBACK £22.50 / $32.00

THE RHETORIC OF POWER IN LATE ANTIQUITY

KINGDOMS OF RUIN

The Art and Architectural Splendours of Ancient Turkey Jeremy Stafford-Deitsch Foreword by John Freely

ReligionandPoliticsinByzantium,Europe and the Early Islamic World Elizabeth DePalma Digeser, University of California, Santa Barbara, Robert M. Frakes, Clarion University & Justin Stephens, Metropolitan State College of Denver

256 PAGES 270 X 228MM 2010 9781845117993 HARDBACK £31.50 / $52.00 154 COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHS

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DIPLOMACY IN THE EARLY ISLAMIC WORLD

FROM BYZANTINE TO ISLAMIC EGYPT

Religion, Identity and Politics after the Arab Conquest Maged S. A. Mikhail, California State University, Fullerton

A Tenth-century Treatise on ArabByzantine Relations Maria Vaiou, Sabanci University, Istanbul 448 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014

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OTTOMAN EMPIRE

A SHORT HISTORY OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW

A CULTURAL HISTORY OF THE OTTOMANS NEW The Imperial Elite and its Artefacts Suraiya Faroqhi

Baki Tezcan

University of California

University of Munich

At its height the Ottoman Empire embraced 15 million people across 3 continents. The story of its struggles against Byzantines (culminating in the fall of Constantinople in 1453), Hungarians and Habsburgs is one of the defining narratives of European history. Showing why understanding the Ottomans still matter, Tezcan discusses the formation of the Ottoman state at the end of the 13th Century; Ottoman genius under Süleyman the Magnificent; military victories as well as defeats on sea and land. This timely survey explores government, economy, trade, religion and the arts up to the founding of modern Turkey in 1922. 256 PAGES 216 X 134 MM MARCH 2017 9781780769806 PAPERBACK £10.99 / $15.95 9781780769790 HARDBACK £58.00 / $94.00 I.B.TAURIS SHORT HISTORIES

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The Ottoman Empire was more than a centre of military and economic activity; it was a vivid and flourishing cultural force. The artefacts and objects remaining from all corners of this vast empire tell us a great deal about the everyday concerns of the Ottomans. In this book, Faroqhi has selected the most revealing, surprising and striking examples of the cultural artefacts which illuminate the lesser-known cultural and artistic world of the Ottomans. Each image – reproduced in full colour – is linked to the latest historiography, and the social, political and economic implications of her selections are never forgotten. In Faroqhi’s hands, the objects become ways to learn more about trade, gender and socio-political status. They open an enticing window onto the variety and colour of everyday life; from the Sultan’s court, to the peasantry and slavery. 288 PAGES 234 X 156 MM MAY 2016 9781784530969 HARDBACK £25.00 / $40.00

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ALEPPO

THE BERLIN-BAGHDAD RAILWAY AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW

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The Rise and Fall of Syria’s Great Merchant City Philip Mansel

Industrialization, Imperial Germany and the Middle East Murat Özyüksel Istanbul University

Aleppo lies in ruins. Its streets plunged into darkness, its population decimated. But this was once a vibrant world city, where Muslims, Christians and Jews lived and traded together in peace. Few places are as ancient and diverse as Aleppo – one of the oldest, continuously inhabited cities in the world – successively ruled by the Assyrian, Persian, Greek, Roman, Arab, Ottoman and French empires. Under the Ottomans, it became the empire’s third largest city, after Constantinople and Cairo. It was a key point on the Silk Road, where merchants gathered in the largest suq in the Middle East. Using accounts spanning 400 years, Philip Mansel vividly describes Aleppo’s decline from a pinnacle of cultural and economic power. This is a poignant testament to a city shattered by Syria’s civil war. 272 PAGES 216 X 135 MM FEBRUARY 2016 9781784534615 HARDBACK £17.99 / $27.95

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Railway expansion was the great industrial project of the late 19th Century. The Great Powers built railways at speed, reaping great commercial benefits. The greatest imperial dream was to connect the might of Europe to the potential riches of the Middle East and Ottoman Empire. In 1903 Imperial Germany began to construct a railway to connect Berlin to the Ottoman city of Baghdad, and project German power to the Persian Gulf. The Ottoman Emperor saw the railway as a means to bolster crumbling Ottoman control of Arabia. Using new Ottoman-Turkish sources, Özyüksel shows how the Berlin-Baghdad railway became a symbol of rising European power and declining Ottoman fortunes, marking a new and important contribution to our understanding of the geopolitics of the Middle East before World War I.. 288 PAGES 216 X 134 MM AUGUST 2016 9781780768823 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES

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THE OTTOMAN CRISIS IN WESTERN ANATOLIA NEW

FROM THE GULF TO ARARAT NEW

Turkey’s Belle Epoque and the Transition to a Modern Nation State Emre Erol

Imperial Boundary Making in the Late Ottoman Empire G.E. Hubbard

Leiden University

Ottoman Turkey’s coastal provinces in the early 19th Century were economic powerhouses, teeming with innovation, wealth and energy. By the 1920s, after years of modernisation, the coastal cities were ghost towns. This book seeks to unpick how and why this happened. It offers a unique and original insight into the effects of forced migration, displacement, economic reorganisation and the competing political ideologies focused on ‘modernisation’ – central to the study of the late Ottoman Empire. 320 PAGES 216 X 134 MM JANUARY 2016 9781784534707 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00

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The western frontier between Persia and the Ottoman Empire was long a source of disputed claims by each. Supposedly settled under the Treaty of Ezerum of 1847, in reality it took a further 70 years to settle the details. Ernest Hubbard was Secretary to the Turco-Persian Frontier Commission and a key factor in its success. From the Gulf to Ararat is his account of his time travelling with them. Often amusing but always informative, it reveals the realities of boundary-making and the need to be aware of local factors such as race, tradition, and religion.With an introduction by Sue Littledale, new photographs, and a foreword by one of the leading international authorities on territorial questions in the Middle East, From the Gulf to Ararat offers an engaging yet remarkably relevant insight into the realities of boundary delimitation. 320 PAGES 234 X 156 MM NOVEMBER 2015 9781784531218 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00

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INSIDE THE SERAGLIO

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Private Lives of the Sultans in Istanbul John Freely

TSAR AND SULTAN

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Russian Encounters with the Ottoman Empire Victor Taki University of Alberta

This is the story of the House of Osman, the imperial dynasty that ruled the Ottoman Empire for more than seven centuries, an empire that once stretched from central Europe to North Africa and from Persia to the Adriatic. The capital of this empire was Istanbul, ancient Byzantium, a city that stands astride Europe and Asia on the Bosphorus. And it was in the great palace of Topkapi Sarayi that the sultans of this empire ruled. Inside the Seraglio – a classic of Ottoman history – takes us behind the gilded doors of the Topkapi and into the heart of the palace: the harem, where the sultan would surround himself with his wives, concubines, eunuchs, pages, dwarfs and mutes and where all the tempestuous events of empire were so often played out. This is the history of a remarkable palace in all its colour and opulence and the story of its influence on a great empire. 384 PAGES 198 X 126 MM SEPTEMBER 2016 9781784535353 PAPERBACK £9.99 / $18.00 TAURIS PARKE PAPERBACKS

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BEYOND CONSTANTINOPLE

From the 1700s, the declining Ottoman Empire served as a source of inspiration for the westernisation of Russia. Comparisons between European and Ottoman diplomacy, warfare and political organizations shaped Russian identity and provided the nation with a sense of superiority over its adversary. Tsar and Sultan offers a unique insight into Russian Orientalism as the intellectual force behind Russian-Ottoman encounters. Narratives depicting the brutal realities of Russian-Turkish military conflicts influenced the Orientalisation of the Ottoman Empire. In turn, Russian identity was built as the counterimage to the demonised Turk. This book explains the significance of Russian Orientalism on Russian identity and national policies of westernisation. Students of European History and Middle East studies will appreciate Taki’s analysis of Russian-Turkish relations and their influence on Eurasian history.

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The Memoirs of an Ottoman Jew Victor Eskenazi NEW

THE YOUNG TURKS AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW The Aftermath of the 1908 Revolution Noémi Lévy-Aksu & François Georgeon 320 PAGES 216 X 134 MM OCTOBER 2016 9781784536008 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00

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Victor Eskenazi, a Sephardic Jew from Constantinople, represented an ethnic and religious minority that thrived in the Ottoman Empire. The beginning of the 20th Century was a critical period in Ottoman history, which saw the end of the Empire, defeat in World War I but also a colourful influx of victorious allied armies and White Russians fleeing the Revolution, contributing to the already cosmopolitan nature of the city. Eskenazi breathed the complex air of this budding new Turkey, with its ideals, contradictions and hopes. His extraordinary memoir – which begins in Constantinople and travels across Europe during and after World War II – tells the remarkable story of a family, poignantly capturing a moment in time which now exists only in memory. 192 PAGES 198 X 126 MM APRIL 2016 9781784532666 HARDBACK £17.99 / $35.00

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DISMANTLING THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE

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Britain, America and the Armenian Question Nevzat Uyanik 320 PAGES 216 X 134 MM APRIL 2017 9781784535179 HARDBACK £62.00 / $99.00

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WEALTH IN THE OTTOMAN AND POST-OTTOMAN BALKANS NEW

THE OTTOMAN EAST IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY NEW

A Socio-Economic History Evguenia Davidova (Ed)

As a new middle class emerged after the Ottoman Empire withdrew from the Balkans, and the power of religion faded, Ottoman social and economic societal norms changed rapidly across the region. This book shows how markers of wealth accumulation and poverty were socially defined across the region, and the ways wealth was experienced reveal the relationships between the state, economy, society, modernity, and national identity in the context of Balkan, Ottoman and European development. 336 PAGES 216 X 134 MM JANUARY 2016 9781784534394 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES

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REMAPPING THE OTTOMAN MIDDLE EAST

Modernity, Imperial Bureaucracy and the Islamic State Cem Emrence

Societies,IdentitiesandPolitics Ali Sipahi, Yasar Tolga Cora & Dzovinar Derderian (Eds)

The Ottoman East, compared to other peripheries of the Ottoman Empire, has received very little attention in Ottoman historiography. So-called taboo subjects such as the fate of Ottoman Armenians and the ‘Kurdish Question’ have contributed to this dearth of analysis. Discussing vital issues, such as trade routes, regional economic trends, migration patterns and the moulding of local and national identities, this book offers a unique approach to the history and politics of empire in the wider region. 288 PAGES 216 X 134 MM JUNE 2016 9781784533885 HARDBACK £64.00 / $99.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES

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THE ARCHITECTS OF OTTOMAN CONSTANTINOPLE

University of Massachusetts

The Balyan Family and the History of Ottoman Architecture Alyson Wharton

NEW IN PAPERBACK

Mardin Artuklu University, Turkey

208 PAGES 216 X 134 MM DECEMBER 2015 9781784531614 PAPERBACK £17.99 / $29.00

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THE YOUNG ATATÜRK

From Ottoman Soldier to Statesman of Turkey George W. Gawrych Baylor University NEW IN PAPERBACK 288 PAGES 216 X 135 MM SEPTEMBER 2015 9781784534264 PAPERBACK £12.99 / $20.00

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ENCOUNTERS WITH THE OTTOMAN MINIATURE

Contemporary Readings of an Imperial Art Begüm Özden Fırat Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM JULY 2015 9781780763910 HARDBACK £62.00 / $99.00 INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF VISUAL CULTURE, VOL. 11

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THE BLACK EUNUCHS OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW

CRISIS AND REBELLION IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE

Networks of Power in the Court of the Sultan George Junne

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The Downfall of a Sultan in the Age of Revolution Aysel Yıldız

University of Northern Colorado

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At the height of the Ottoman Empire, black eunuchs rare, castrated slaves imported from Africa - became a key part of court politics. Unlike white eunuchs, who were only permitted outside the palace, black eunuchs had access to the harem - the Sultan’s inner court. The Chief Black Eunuch, appointed personally by the Sultan, had both the ear of the leader of a vast Islamic Empire and held power over a network of spies and informers, including eunuchs and slaves throughout Constantinople and beyond. The story of these remarkable individuals, who rose from difficult beginnings to become amongst the most powerful people in the Ottoman Empire, is rarely told. George Junne places their stories in the context of the wider history of African slavery, and places them at the centre of Ottoman history, marking a new direction in the study of courtly politics and power in Constantinople.

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WAR BETWEEN THE TURKS AND THE PERSIANS NEW

Conflict and Religion in the Safavid and Ottoman Worlds Thomas Minadoi 484 PAGES 234 X 156 MM JULY 2017 9781780769523 HARDBACK £85.00 / $145.00

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STATE LAW AND DIVINE LAW UNDER THE OTTOMANS NEW

Encounters between Shari’a and the Sultan’s Law Snjezana Buzov Ohio State University

WORLD WAR I AND THE END OF THE OTTOMANS

From the Balkan Wars to the Turkish Republic Hans-Lukas Kieser, Kerem Oktem & Marius Reinkowski (Eds) 288 PAGES 216 X 134 MM SEPTEMBER 2015 9781784532468 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES

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WORLD WAR I IN MESOPOTAMIA

The British and the Ottomans in Iraq Nadia Atia, Queen Mary, University of London

THE OTTOMAN CITIES OF LEBANON NEW

Historical Legacy and Identity in the Modern Middle East James A. Reilly University of Toronto 320 PAGES 216 X 134 MM JULY 2016 9781784535544 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00

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SHARIA AND THE MAKING OF THE MODERN EGYPTIAN

Islamic Law and Custom in the Courts of Ottoman Cairo Reem A. Meshal Louisiana State University 304 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2014 9789774166174 HARDBACK £49.50

ARMING THE SULTAN

German Arms Trade and Diplomacy in the Ottoman Empire Before World War I Naci Yorulmaz University of Washington 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781780766331 HARDBACK £58.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 43

CITIES OF THE MEDITERRANEAN

From the Ottomans to the Present Day Biray Kolluoglu and Meltem Toksöz (Eds) Both at Bogaziçi University, Istanbul 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781780767697 PAPERBACK £25.00

THE VOICE OF ENGLAND IN THE EAST

Stratford Canning and Diplomacy with the Ottoman Empire NEW IN PAPERBACK Steven Richmond Istanbul Technical University 288 PAGES 234 X 156MM NOVEMBER 2016 9781780761176 HARDBACK £62.00 9781784537074 PAPERBACK £14.99 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 35

OTTOMAN TULIPS, OTTOMAN COFFEE

Leisure and Lifestyle in the Eighteenth Century Dana Sajdi (Ed) Boston College 272 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781780766553 PAPERBACK £16.99

FREEMASONRY IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE A History of the Fraternity and its Influence in Syria the Levant NEW and IN PAPERBACK Dorothe Sommer University of Sheffield 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM AUGUST 2016 9781780763132 HARDBACK £62.00 9781784536671 PAPERBACK £15.99 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 37

EMPIRE AND HOLY WAR IN THE MEDITERRANEAN NEW IN PAPERBACK

The Galley and Maritime Conflict between the Habsburgs and Ottomans Phillip Williams 320 PAGES 234 X 156MM ILLUSTRATED 2015 9781848859852 HARDBACK £68.00 9781784533755 PAPERBACK £16.99 INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF HISTORICAL STUDIES, VOL. 79

TRAVEL AND ARTISANS IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW IN PAPERBACK

Economic Migration and Commerce in the Early Modern Period Suraiya Faroqhi Istanbul Bilgi University 320 PAGES 234 X 156MM MAY 2016 9781780764818 HARDBACK £62.00 9781784536367 PAPERBACK £14.99

THE OTTOMANS AND THE MAMLUKS

Imperial Diplomacy and Warfare in the Islamic WorldNEW IN PAPERBACK Cihan Yüksel Muslu University of Texas 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM SEPTEMBER 2016 9781780761497 HARDBACK £68.00 9781784536701 PAPERBACK £15.99 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 36

THE HEJAZ RAILWAY AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE Modernity, Industrialisation and Ottoman Decline Murat Özyüksel Istanbul University 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781780763644 HARDBACK £62.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 39

PALESTINE AND THE DECLINE OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE Modernisation and the Path to Palestinian Statehood Farid Al-Salim Kansas State University 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM APRIL 2015 9781780764566 HARDBACK £62.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES

RITUALS OF HOSPITALITY

Ornamented Trays of the 19th Century in Greece and Turkey Flavia Nessi and Myrto Hatzaki (Eds) Foreword by Orhan Pamuk, Nobel Laureate (Literature) 288 PAGES 290 X 246MM 2014 9789602043271 HARDBACK £45.00 COLOUR ILLUSTRATIONS THROUGHOUT MELISSA PUBLISHING HOUSE

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THE ISLANDS OF THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN

A History of Cross-Cultural Encounters Özlem Çaykent and Luca Zavagno (Eds)

OTTOMAN IMPERIAL DIPLOMACY

A Political, Social and Cultural History Dogan Gurpinar Harvard University

224 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781780766294 HARDBACK £56.50 INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF ETHNICITY, IDENTITY & CULTURE, VOL. 5

288 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2013 9781780761121 HARDBACK £68.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 33

THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE AND THE BOSNIAN UPRISING

PETITIONING THE SULTAN

Janissaries, Modernisation and Rebellion in the Nineteenth Century Fatma Sel Turhan 336 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781780761114 HARDBACK £68.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 34

PILGRIMS AND SULTANS

The Hajj Under the Ottomans Suraiya Faroqhi Istanbul Bilgi University 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781780767710 PAPERBACK £12.99

Protests and Justice in Late Ottoman Palestine Yuval Ben-Bassat University of Haifa 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2013 9781780764573 HARDBACK £62.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 42

ALLIES WITH THE INFIDEL

The Ottoman and French Alliance in the Sixteenth Century Christine Isom-Verhaaren Benedictine University, Illinois 288 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2013 9781848857285 HARDBACK £62.00 9781780764979 PAPERBACK £17.99

THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE AND THE OTTOMANS

OTTOMANIA

Maltepe University, Istanbul

272 PAGES 228X155MM 2013 9781780764825 PAPERBACK £12.99

From Global Imperial Power to Absolutist States Mehmet Sinan Birdal

The Romantics and the Myth of the Islamic Orient Roderick Cavaliero

224 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781780767109 PAPERBACK £16.99 9781848856226 HARDBACK £58.00

JERUSALEM

From the Ottomans to the British Roberto Mazza SOAS 288 PAGES 216 X 134MM OCTOBER 2013 9781780767086 PAPERBACK £17.99

STEPHEN THE GREAT AND BALKAN NATIONALISM

Moldova and Eastern European History Jonathan Eagles 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2013 9781780763538 HARDBACK £62.00 INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF HISTORICAL STUDIES, VOL. 85

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THE EMERGENCE OF MODERN ISTANBUL

Transformation and Modernisation of a City Murat Gül University of Economics and Technology, Ankara 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2012 9781780763743 PAPERBACK £17.99

EMPIRE AND EDUCATION UNDER THE OTTOMANS

Politics, Reform and Resistance from the Tanzimat to the Young Turks Emine Ö. Evered Michigan State University 288 PAGES 216 X 134MM MAY 2012 9781780761091 HARDBACK £68.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 32


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GREECE, THE HIDDEN CENTURIES

INNOVATION AND EMPIRE IN TURKEY

320 PAGES 228X155MM 2012 9781780762388 PAPERBACK £12.99

Istanbul Technical University

THE SULTAN’S ADMIRAL

THE YOUNG TURK LEGACY AND NATION BUILDING

Turkish Rule from the Fall of Constantinople to Greek Independence David Brewer

Barbarossa – Pirate and Empire-Builder Ernle Bradford New Foreword by John Freely 248 PAGES 198 X 126MM 2008 978184511 793 1 PAPERBACK £11.99 TAURIS PARKE PAPERBACKS

AMONG THE OTTOMANS

Diaries from Turkey in World War I Ian Lyster (Ed) 208 PAGES 216 X 134MM ILLUSTRATED 2010 9781848855212 HARDBACK £25.50

ARTISANS OF EMPIRE

Crafts and Craftspeople Under the Ottomans Suraiya Faroqhi Bilgi University, Istanbul 304 PAGES 228 X 155MM ILLUSTRATED 2011 9781848859609 PAPERBACK £14.99

CONTESTED FRONTIERS IN THE BALKANS Ottoman, Habsburg and Communist Rivalries in Eastern Europe Irina Marin 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2012 9781780761053 HARDBACK £58.00 LIBRARY OF EUROPEAN STUDIES, VOL. 19

Sultan Selim III and the Modernisation of the Ottoman Navy Tuncay Zorlu 272 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2011 9781848857827 PAPERBACK £27.00 9781845116941 HARDBACK £59.00

From the Ottoman Empire to Atatürk’s Turkey Erik J. Zürcher, University of Leiden 368 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2010 9781848852716 HARDBACK £68.50 9781848852723 PAPERBACK £17.99 LIBRARY OF MODERN MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, VOL. 87

LATE OTTOMAN PALESTINE

The Period of Young Turk Rule Yuval Ben-Bassat, University of Haifa, and Eyal Ginio, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2011 9781848856318 HARDBACK £62.50 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 29

OTTOMAN HAIFA

A History of Four Centuries under Turkish Rule Alex Carmel 224 PAGES 216 X 134MM ILLUSTRATED 2010 9781848855601 HARDBACK £59.00 LIBRARY OF MIDDLE EAST HISTORY, VOL. 2

THE OTTOMAN ORIGINS OF MODERN IRAQ

Political Reform, Modernization and Development in the Nineteenth Century Middle East Ebubekır Ceylan, Fatih University 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM ILLUSTRATED 2011 9781848854253 HARDBACK £62.50

OTTOMAN PAINTING FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE International Trade and Relations 1854-1914 V. Necla Geyikdagi Yeditepe University, Istanbul

Reflections of Western Art from the Ottoman Empire to the Turkish Republic Wendy M. K. Shaw University of Bern, Switzerland 224 PAGES 234 X 156MM ILLUSTRATED 2011 9781848852884 HARDBACK £37.00

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THE TRANSFORMATION OF OTTOMAN CRETE

Revolts, Politics and Identity in the Late Nineteenth Century Pinar Senısik Dogus University, Istanbul 352 PAGES 216 X 134MM ILLUSTRATED 2011 9781848855410 HARDBACK £62.50 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 26

THE WELL-PROTECTED DOMAINS

Ideology and the Legitimation of Power in the Ottoman Empire 1876-1909 Selim Deringil, Bogaziçi University, Istanbul 276 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2011 9781848857865 PAPERBACK £18.99

THE YOUNG OTTOMANS

Turkish Critics of the Eastern Question in the Late Nineteenth Century Nazan Çiçek

THE CRESCENT AND THE EAGLE

Ottoman Rule, Islam and the Albanians, 1874-1913 George Gawrych 272 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2006 9781845112875 HARDBACK £68.50 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 10

THE EARL AND HIS BUTLER IN CONSTANTINOPLE

The Secret Diary of an English Servant Among the Ottomans Nigel and Caroline Webb 272 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2008 9781845117825 PAPERBACK £15.99

FRONTIERS OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL 1 Colin Imber and Keiko Kiyotaki (Eds) 304 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2004 9781850436317 HARDBACK £68.50

Ankara University 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2010 9781848853331 HARDBACK £62.50 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 20

THE BRITISH IN THE LEVANT

Trade and Perceptions of the Ottoman Empire in the Eighteenth Century Christine Laidlaw

FRONTIERS OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL 2 Colin Imber, Keiko Kiyotaki & Rhoads Murphey (Eds) 264 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2004 9781850436645 HARDBACK £68.50

288 PAGES 216 X 134MM ILLUSTRATED 2010 9781848853355 HARDBACK £62.50 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 21

BETWEEN TWO EMPIRES

Ahmet Agaoglu and the New Turkey A. Holly Shissler 288 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2003 9781860648557 HARDBACK £62.50 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 2

THE BIRTH OF MODERN TURKEY

The Ottoman Military and the March to WWI Handan Nezir-Akmese 240 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2005 9781850437970 HARDBACK £62.50

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THE GRAND TURK

Sultan Mehmet II - Conqueror of Constantinople, Master of an Empire and Lord of Two Seas John Freely 288 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2009 9781845117047 HARDBACK £18.99

GUARDING THE FRONTIER

Ottoman Border Forts and Garrisons in Europe Mark L. Stein 232 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2007 9781845113018 HARDBACK £68.50 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 11


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OTTOMAN AND PERSIAN ODYSSEYS

James Morier, Creator of Hajji Baba of Ispahan, and his Brothers Henry McKenzie Johnston 264 PAGES 234 X 156MM 1998 9781860643309 HARDBACK £44.00 I.B.TAURIS IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE CENTRE FOR LEBANESE STUDIES, OXFORD

THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE AND THE WORLD AROUND IT Suraiya Faroqhi

304 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2005 9781845111229 PAPERBACK £14.99

PALESTINE AND EGYPT UNDER THE OTTOMANS

Paintings, Books, Photographs, Maps and Manuscripts Hisham Khatib 300 PAGES 350 X 320MM 2003 9781860648885 HARDBACK £68.50 150 COLOUR ILLUSTRATIONS

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF OTTOMAN PUBLIC DEBT

Insolvency and European Financial Control in the Late Nineteenth Century Murat Birdal 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM ILLUSTRATED 2010 9781848852983 HARDBACK £59.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 18

OTTOMAN PROPAGANDA AND TURKISH IDENTITY Literature in Turkey During World War I Erol Koroglu

RETHINKING ORIENTALISM

Women, Travel and the Ottoman Harem Reina Lewis 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2004 9781860647291 HARDBACK £68.50 9781860647307 PAPERBACK £18.99

272 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2007 9781845114909 HARDBACK £68.50

SUBJECTS OF THE SULTAN OTTOMAN REFORM AND MUSLIM REGENERATION Weismann Zachs

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Culture and Daily Life in the Ottoman Empire Suraiya Faroqhi 368 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2005 9781850437604 PAPERBACK £14.99

THE SULTAN’S YEMEN OTTOMANS LOOKING WEST?

The Origins of the Tulip Age and its Development in Modern Turkey Can Erimtan

19th-Century Challenges to Ottoman Rule Caesar E. Farah 416 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2002 9781860647673 HARDBACK £68.50 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 1

288 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2008 9781845114916 HARDBACK £62.50 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 14

WOMEN IN THE OTTOMAN BALKANS OTTOMANS, TURKS AND THE BALKANS Empire Lost, Relations Altered Ebru Boyar 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2007 9781845113513 HARDBACK £68.50 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 12

Gender, Culture and History Amila Buturovic and Irvin Cemil Schick (Eds) 384 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2007 9781845115050 HARDBACK £68.50 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES, VOL. 15

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MODERN TURKEY

THE NEW SULTAN

UNDER THE SHADOW

Erdogan and the Crisis of Modern Turkey NEW Soner Cagaptay

The aborted coup in Turkey has fired up interest in a country which will play a critical geopolitical role in the wars of the Middle East. The spotlight will inevitably be on Erdogan whose increasingly bizarre and authoritarian regime has increased tensions enormously both within and outside the country. With thousands of journalists arrested, academics officially banned from leaving the country, university deans fired and three quarters of highest ranking army officers arrested. Leading Turkish expert Soner Cagaptay will look at where Erdogan comes from in Turkish history, what he believes in, how he has cemented his rule will assess the threats he faces – from the Gulen movement to the Kurdish question. 224 PAGES 216X135MM MAY 2017 9781784538262 HARDBACK £17.99 / $25.00

TURKEY

RageandRevolutioninModern Turkey NEW Kaya Genç

Turkey stands at the crossroads of the Middle East – caught between the West, ISIS, Syria and Russia, and governed by an increasingly hard-line leader. Kaya Genç meets activists from both sides of Turkey’s political divide: Gezi park protestors who fought to transform their country’s future, and supporters of Erdogan’s conservative vision who are no less passionate in their activism. While talking to Turkey’s angry young people Genç weaves in historical stories, visions and mythologies, showing how Turkey’s progressives and conservatives take their ideological roots from two political movements born in the Ottoman Empire, fuelled by a determination to make their country more democratic. He shows a divided society coming to terms with the 21st Century, caught between history and modernity. 240 PAGES 198 X 126MM SEPTEMBER 2016 9781784534578 PAPERBACK £12.99 / $19.50

THE GÜLEN MOVEMENT IN TURKEY NEW

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A Modern History Erik J. Zürcher

The Politics of Islam, Science and Modernity Caroline Tee University of Cambridge

This revised edition builds upon and updates its twin themes of Turkey’s continuing incorporation into the capitalist world and the modernisation of state and society. Zürcher argues that Turkey’s history between 1908 and 1950 should be seen as a unity, and offers a strongly revisionist interpretation of Turkey’s founding father, Kemal Atatürk. In his account of the period since 1950, Zürcher focuses on the growth of mass politics; the three military coups; Turkey’s human right’s record; the alliance with the West and relations with the European Community;Turkey’s ambivalent relations with the Middle East; the increasingly explosive Kurdish question; and the continuing political instability and growth of Islam. 480 PAGES 216 X 134 MM MAY 2017 9781784531874 PAPERBACK £15.99 / $35.00 9781784531867 HARDBACK £75.00 / $120.00

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The Gülen, or Hizmet, movement in Turkey is the country’s most powerful and affluent religious organisation. Its central tenet, advanced by its founder, the Sunni preacher Fethullah Gülen (b. 1941), is that Muslims should engage positively with modernity. But how does the Gülen movement resolve the sometimes conflicting positions of Sunni Islam and contemporary science – for example, on evolutionary theory? Drawing on sustained ethnographic research conducted among Gülen communities in Turkey, Caroline Tee analyses their complex attitudes towards secular modernity. She focuses on education, science research and industry to explore how pious Muslim practitioners engage in science at high levels. 272 PAGES 216 X 134 MM SEPTEMBER 2016 9781784535889 HARDBACK £20.00 / $29.50

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DEMOCRATIC TRANSITION IN TURKEY NEW

The Transformation of Civil Society and the Challenges of EU Accession Hasan Turunc

CREATING IMAGES OF A TURKISH PAST NEW Identity and the Representation of Archaeology in Modern Turkey Melania Savino

Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz

‘West’ or ‘East’? ‘Secular’ or ‘Islamic’? ‘Turkish’ or ‘Other’? These seemingly polar opposites have often been lazily used when examining the nature of the modern Turkish state and its society. Here, Turunc seeks to look at the nuance which lies in between these opposites, analysing the explosion of civil society institutions under the aegis and protection of the EU Copenhagen Political Criteria. A fresh look at the current issues within Turkey, this book offers a vital and nuanced analysis of modern Turkey and its political issues. 288 PAGES 216 X 134 MM OCTOBER 2017 9781780760919 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN TURKEY

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What role do the narratives of the ancient past play in the modern Turkish Republic? How is the knowledge of this past constructed and displayed? Savino answers these questions through an analysis of the role of archaeology and its representation in the service of generating new perceptions of cultural identity in Turkey. The topic is explored through a focus on museums and visual media, addressing the ways in which antiquities became crucial symbols in the establishment and construction of a Turkish national imagination. Creating Images of a Turkish Past illustrates archaeological knowledge practises within a Turkish national context, but also shows that these practises cross national and international boundaries in an attempt to shape collective identities. 288 PAGES 216 X 134 MM DECEMBER 2017 9781784532529 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN TURKEY

IMAGINED COMMUNITIES IN GREECE AND TURKEY NEW

Trauma and the Population Exchanges under Atatürk Emine Yesim Bedlek Bingöl University, Turkey

THE ARMENIANS IN MODERN TURKEY

Post-genocide Society, Politics and History Talin Suciyan Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich 320 PAGES 216 X 134 MM OCTOBER 2015 9781784531713 HARDBACK £62.00 / $99.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIES

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In 1923 the Turkish government, under new leader Kemal Atatürk, signed a renegotiated Balkan Wars treaty with the major powers of the day and Greece. This provided for the forced exchange of 1.3 million Christians from Anatolia to Greece, in return for 30,000 Greek Muslims. The ensuing mass migration was a humanitarian catastrophe. But both the Greek and Turkish leadership saw this exchange as crucial to the state-strengthening projects both powers were engaged in after World War I. Bedlek approaches this enormous shift in national thinking through literary texts – addressing the themes of loss, identity, memory and trauma which both populations experienced. The result is a new understanding of the tensions between religious and ethnic identity in modern Turkey. 272 PAGES 216 X 134 MM DECEMBER 2015 9781784531270 HARDBACK £62.00 / $99.00 INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY

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THE ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION OF TURKEY

Neoliberalism and State Intervention Nilgün Önder University of Regina, Canada 288 PAGES 216 X 134MM OCTOBER 2015 9781780768830 HARDBACK £62.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN TURKEY

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CONFRONTING HONOUR KILLINGS IN TURKEY NEW

WOMEN AND CULTURAL CITIZENSHIP IN TURKEY NEW

The Interaction of State and Civil Society Nur Banu Kavakli Birdal, Bogaziçi University

MassMediaand‘Woman’sVoice’ Television Solen Sanli Regis University

In 2005 Turkey introduced a set of legal reforms to curb incidents of honour killings. But in the years since this reform, there are still reports of gender-based violence and such honour killings are still taking place. Here, Birdal asks what has gone wrong. What is problematic about the relation between written law and reality? Why has this new law not had a lasting impact? In looking at the interplay between state and society through the lens of honour killings, Birdal offers a sociological insight into modern Turkey. 288 PAGES 216 X 134 MM OCTOBER 2017 9781780765259 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN TURKEY

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TV Talk shows, often seen as vulgar and low-brow, can actually be a vehicle through which hitherto undiscussed topics (such as violence against women or political exclusion) are brought into the public sphere. Sanli argues that this is the case in Turkey, where talk shows often invite ordinary women from lower socio-economic classes to speak of their experiences of family life: marriage, divorce, child custody rights and relations with in-laws. Specifically looking at popular women’s talk shows such as these (commonly called ‘Woman’s Voice’ television), Sanli explores how groups with political and cultural power control public discourse and the public sphere in Turkey, and how urban/rural and Islamist/secular oppositions are constructed and evolve. 288 PAGES 216 X 134MM DECEMBER 2015 9781780763927 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN TURKEY

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POLITICS AND THE PEASANTRY IN POST-WAR TURKEY NEW

QUEERING SEXUALITIES IN TURKEY NEW

Gay Men, Male Prostitutes and the City Cenk Özbay

Social History, Culture and Modernization Sinan Yildirmaz

University of Southern California

Istanbul University

Eric Hobsbawm famously called late 20th Century Turkey ‘the last stronghold of the peasantry’. Turkey’s unique social, cultural and economic development after World War II kept intact a large social group which had all but disappeared in the rest of Europe by the 1960s. In the first period of Turkish multi-party democracy, this peasantry were re-invented, re-defined and ‘imagined’ by various political factions as Turkey attempted to shed its Ottoman past. Through the translation of ‘village literature’, the agency of this previously unheard voice is revealed, along with its role in the formation of Turkey. 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM OCTOBER 2016 9781780761138 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00 INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF ETHNICITY, IDENTITY AND CULTURE, VOL. 2

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Despite its more liberal and democratic characteristics, conservative elements within Turkish politics and society have made gains in recent decades. As a result, Turkish society has multiple standards when naming, evaluating and reacting to men who have sex with men. Cenk Özbay argues that overall, self-identified gay men (as well as men who practice clandestine same-sex acts) are generally marginalised, ostracised and rendered ‘immoral’ in both everyday practices and social institutions. He offers an analysis of the concept of masculinity as central to redefining boundaries of class, gender and sexuality. Using in-depth interviews, Özbay further explores the changing discourses and meaning of class, gender and queer sexualities, and how these three are embedded within urban and familial narratives. 272 PAGES 216 X 135MM MARCH 2017 9781784533175 HARDBACK £64.00 / $99.00

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SECULARISM AND STATE RELIGION IN MODERN TURKEY NEW

URBAN MUSLIM MIGRANTS IN ISTANBUL

Law, Policy-Making and the Diyanet Emir Kaya

Identity and Trauma Among Balkan Immigrants Frances Trix

Yildirim Beyazit University, Ankara

Indiana University Bloomington

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The Diyanet is the ‘Presidency of Religious Affairs’, the official face of Islam and highest religious authority in Turkey, and is a governmental department established in 1924 after the break-up of the Ottoman Empire. In this book, Emir Kaya offers an in-depth multidisciplinary analysis of this vital institution. Focusing on the role of the Diyanet in society, Kaya explores the balance the institution has to strike between the Islamic traditions of the Turkish population and the officially secular creed of the Turkish state. By examining the various laws that either bolstered or hindered the Diyanet’s budgets and activities, Kaya highlights the institutional mindsets of the Diyanet membership as well as evaluating its successes and failures as a governmental department that has to consistently operate within the context of the religiosity of Turkish society.

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URBAN POVERTY IN TURKEY NEW

Development and Modernisation in Low-Income Communities Burcu Centürk In partnership ith the BIAA 240 PAGES 216 X 134 MM SEPTEMBER 2016 HARDBACK £64.00 / $99.00

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THE POLITICS OF CRIME IN TURKEY NEW

TURKEY AND THE US IN THE MIDDLE EAST NEW

256 PAGES 216 X 134 MM OCOTBER 2016 9781784535438 HARDBACK £64.00 / $99.00

304 PAGES 216 X 134 MM MAY 2016 9781784531881 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00

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Neoliberalism and the Urban Poor Zeynep Gönen ebook available

Diplomacy and Discord during the Iraq Wars Gürcan Balik ebook available

ARCHITECTURE AND THE TURKISH CITY NEW

TURKEY, POWER AND THE WEST NEW

Technical University of Istanbul

Bilkent University, Turkey

336 PAGES 234 X 156 MM APRIL 2017 9781784531058 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN TURKEY

304 PAGES 216 X 134 MM SEPTEMBER 2016 9781784533472 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN TURKEY

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A History of Istanbul Since the Late Ottoman Empire Murat Gül

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Gendered International Relations and Foreign Policy Ali Bilgic

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TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY IN THE 21ST CENTURY NEW

TURKEY, THE US AND THE EU NEW

Neo-Ottomanism and the Strategic Depth Doctrine Alexander Murinson, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Modern Turkey sits right at the centre of many geopolitical areas of influence and since the end of the Cold War, Turkish foreign policy has undergone a tremendous transformation to capitalise on this position. Alexander Murinson explores this situation by highlighting the historical roots of the neo-Ottoman foreign policy called ‘strategic depth’ that attempts to position Turkey as not only leader of the Muslim and Turkic worlds, but also as a central power in Eurasia. This ambition reflects Turkey’s aim to become a moderator and a ‘curator’ of interactions in the adjacent regions, including the Caucasus, the Balkans and the wider Middle East. For Murinson, this policy requires Turkey to play the role the Ottoman Empire used to perform in the region. 320 PAGES 216 X 134 MM OCTOBER 2017 9781784532406 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN TURKEY

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The New Foreign Policies Kubilay Yado Arin Portland State University

Recently, there has been a radical shift in the tone of Turkish foreign policy. From a quiet acquiescence with EU recommendations to the more recent vocal rhetoric and contrarian positioning, Turkey has managed to negotiate a pivotal position for itself within the wider region. Kubilay Yado Arin looks at this change in foreign policy within the context of Turkey’s relationship with the US and the EU. Examining the concepts of hard, soft, and smart power in Turkish foreign policy, he focuses on the US’ support of a Turkish bid for EU membership, and what this means for relations between Washington and Ankara. Looking specifically at the ways in which think tanks have an effect on policy-making processes, reshaping the foreign policy agenda at a time of political transformation and regional crises due to the civil conflict in Syria. 256 PAGES 216 X 134 MM OCTOBER 2016 9781784536053 HARDBACK £64.00 / $99.00 LIBRARY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

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NEGOTIATING INTERNATIONAL WATER RIGHTS NEW

WATER AND POLITICS IN TURKEY NEW

256 PAGES 234 X 156 MM JUNE 2016 9781784535520 HARDBACK £64.00 / $99.00

University of North Carolina

Natural Resource Conflict in Turkey, Syria and Iraq Muserref Yetim e

Structural Change and EU Accession Vakur Sumer 304 PAGES 234 X 156 MM JULY 2016 9781784532420 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00

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Foreign Policy and Western Alignment in the Modern Republic Saban Calis 256 PAGES 216 X 134 MM OCTOBER 2016 9781784531898 HARDBACK £64.00 / $99.00

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ENVIRONMENT AND POLITICS IN TURKEY

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National Policy and the Question of EU Accession Vakur Sumer University of North Carolina

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Legal, Environmental, Urban and Secular Politics Fatma Müge Göçek 320 PAGES 216 X 134 MM NOVEMBER 2017 9781784536107 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110.00

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THE TRANSFORMATION OF TURKEY NEW IN PAPERBACK

Redefining State and Society from the Ottoman Empire to the Modern Era Fatma Müge Göçek University of Michigan 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM DECEMBER 2016 9781780764863 PAPERBACK £25.00 / $45.00 9781848856110 HARDBACK £69.00 / $110

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THE YEZIDIS

The History of a Community, Culture and Religion Birgül Açikyildiz

MILITARY INTERVENTION AND A CRISIS DEMOCRACY IN TURKEY The Menderes Era and its Demise Mogens Pelt

Mardin Artuklu University

University of Copenhagen

304 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781784532161 PAPERBACK £14.99

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CYPRUS IN THE 1930S

POLITICAL ISLAM AND THE SECULAR STATE IN TURKEY

British Colonial Rule and the Roots of the Cyprus Conflict Alexis Rappas Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Paris. 272 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781780764382 HARDBACK £62.00 INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY, VOL. 66

Democracy, Reform and the Justice and Development Party Evangelia Axiarlis, Foreword by James Piscatori 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781780769233 HARDBACK £68.00

MUSLIMS IN MODERN TURKEY THE YOUNG TURKS AND THE BOYCOTT MOVEMENT

Nationalism, Protest and the Working Classes in the Formation of Modern Turkey Dogan Çetinkaya

Kemalism, Modernism and the Revolt of the Islamic Intellectuals Sena Karasipahi Texas A&M University 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM FEBRUARY 2014 9781780767703 PAPERBACK £17.99

Istanbul University 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781780764726 HARDBACK £62.00 LIBRARY OF OTTOMAN STUDIE

THE EMERGENCE OF SOCIAL DEMOCRACY IN TURKEY

The Left and the Transformation of the Republican People’s Party Yunus Emre

KURDISH LIFE IN CONTEMPORARY TURKEY

Migration, Gender and Ethnic Identity Anna Grabolle Celiker 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2013 9781780760926 HARDBACK £62.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN TURKEY, VOL. 2

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TURKEY BEYOND NATIONALISM THE RISE OF POLITICAL ISLAM IN TURKEY

Urban Poverty, Grassroots Activism and Islamic Fundamentalism Kayhan Delibas

Towards Post-Nationalist Identities Hans-Lukas Kieser (Ed) University of Zurich 272 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2013 9781780763996 PAPERBACK £25.00 9781845111410 HARDBACK £68.50

University of Kent 288 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2014 9781780765655 HARDBACK £62.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN TURKEY, VOL. 10

BEYOND TURKEY’S BORDERS TURKEY AND THE POLITICS OF NATIONAL IDENTITY Social, Economic and Cultural Transformation Shane Brennan and Marc Herzog

Long-Distance Kemalism, State Politics and the Turkish Diaspora Banu Senay Macquarie University, Sydney 336 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2012 9781780760872 HARDBACK £62.00 INT. LIB. OF ETHNICITY, IDENTITY AND CULTURE, VOL. 3

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CITIZENSHIP AND IDENTITY IN TURKEY

From Atatürk’s Republic to the Present Day Basak Ince Bilkent University

Compatibility and Security Cultures in a Globalised World Çigdem Üstün

320 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2012 9781780760261 HARDBACK £62.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN TURKEY

Gediz University, Izmir

WOMEN WORKERS IN TURKEY

TURKEY AND THE DILEMMA OF EU ACCESSION

Global Industrial Production in Istanbul Saniye Dedeoglu 232 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2012 9781780760315 PAPERBACK £25.00

GENDER AND SOCIETY IN TURKEY

The Impact of Neoliberal Policies, Political Islam and EU Accession Saniye Dedeoglu, Warwick University and Adam Yavuz Elveren, Sütçü Imam University, Turkey (Eds) 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM ILLUSTRATED 2012 9781780760278 HARDBACK £62.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN TURKEY, VOL. 4

288 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2010 9781848852679 HARDBACK £62.50 LIBRARY OF EUROPEAN STUDIES, VOL. 12

When Religion Meets Politics Mirela Bogdani

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THE ZAZA KURDS OF TURKEY

A Middle Eastern Minority in a Globalised Society Mehmed S. Kaya Lillehammer University College 240 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2011 9781845118754 HARDBACK £59.50 LIBRARY OF MODERN MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, VOL. 71

THE ARMY AND THE RADICAL LEFT IN TURKEY

KURDS OF MODERN TURKEY

Acibadem University

Middle East Technical University

Military Coups, Socialist Revolution and Kemalism Özgür Mutlu Ulus 280 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2010 9781848854840 HARDBACK £62.50 LIBRARY OF MODERN MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, VOL. 97

OCCIDENTALISM IN TURKEY

Questions of Modernity and National Identity in Turkish Radio Broadcasting Meltem Ahıska Bogaziçi University 288 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2010 9781845116538 HARDBACK £62.50 LIBRARY OF MODERN MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, VOL. 79

TECHNOLOGY AND NATIONAL IDENTITY IN TURKEY Mobile Communications and the Evolution of a Post-Ottoman Nation Burce Celik Bahçesehir University, Turkey 224 PAGES 216 X 134MM ILLUSTRATED 2011 9781848854291 HARDBACK £59.50 INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF CULTURAL STUDIES, VOL. 15

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TURKEY AND EUROPEAN SECURITY DEFENCE POLICY

Migration, Neoliberalism and Exclusion in Turkish Society Cenk Saraçoglu 248 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2010 9781848854680 HARDBACK £59.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, VOL. 95

ISLAM AND SECULARISM IN TURKEY

Kemalism, Religion and the Nation State Umut Azak 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM ILLUSTRATED 2010 9781848852631 HARDBACK £58.00 INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY, VOL. 27

LIVING ISLAM

Women, Religion and the Politicization of Culture in Turkey Ayse Saktanber 304 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2002 9781860641787 HARDBACK £62.50 LIBRARY OF MODERN MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, VOL. 20


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MEN OF ORDER

Authoritarian Modernization under Atatürk and Reza Shah Touraj Atabaki and Erik J. Zürcher (Eds) 296 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2004 9781860644269 HARDBACK £62.50 LIBRARY OF MODERN MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, VOL. 21

FRAGMENTS OF CULTURE

The Everyday of Modern Turkey Deniz Kandiyoti & Ayse Saktanber (Eds) 360 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2001 9781860644276 PAPERBACK £18.99

SPATIAL CONCEPTIONS OF THE NATION MIGRATING TO AMERICA

Transnational Social Networks and RegionalIdentityamongTurkishMigrants Lisa DiCarlo 200 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2008 9781845116460 HARDBACK £62.00 INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF MIGRATION STUDIES, VOL. 1

Modernizing Geographies in Greece and Turkey Nikiforos Diamandouros, Thalia Dragonas and Çaglar Keyder (Eds) 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2010 9781848851313 HARDBACK £62.50

THE STATE AND THE SUBALTERN

MUSLIMS IN MODERN TURKEY

Kemalism, Modernism and the Revolt of the Islamic Intellectuals Sena Karasipahi 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2008 9781845117832 HARDBACK £59.00 LIBRARY OF MODERN MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, VOL. 72

Modernization, Society and the State in Turkey and Iran Touraj Atabaki (Ed) 272 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2007 9781845113391 HARDBACK £68.50 LIBRARY OF MODERN MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, VOL. 66

TURKEY, ISLAMISTS AND DEMOCRACY

Transition and Globalization in a Muslim State Yildiz Atasoy

NEW TURKISH CINEMA

240 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2005 9781850437581 HARDBACK £59.00

224 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2010 9781845119492 HARDBACK £59.00 9781845119508 PAPERBACK £17.99

TURKISH DEMOCRACY TODAY

Belonging, Identity and Memory Asuman Suner

BRITAIN AND TURKEY IN THE MIDDLE EAST

Politics and Influence in the Early Cold War Era Mustafa Bilgin 336 PAGES 216 X 134MM 2007 9781845113506 HARDBACK £62.50 LIBRARY OF MODERN MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, VOL. 75

Elections, Protest and Stability in an Islamic Society Ali Carkoglu & Ersin Kalaycioglu 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2006 9781845111854 HARDBACK £62.50 INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF POLITICAL STUDIES, VOL. 15

THE UNWELCOME NEIGHBOUR Turkey’s Kurdish Policy Asa Lundgren

168 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2006 9781850436829 HARDBACK £62.50 CULTURE AND SOCIETY IN WESTERN & CENTRAL ASIA, VOL. 3

THE EU AND TURKEY

A Glittering Prize or a Millstone? Edited by Michael Lake 180 PAGES 228X148MM 2005 9781903403617 PAPERBACK £16.99 9781903403754 HARDBACK £47.50

WAYS TO MODERNITY IN GREECE AND TURKEY

Encounters with Europe, 1850-1950 Anna Frangoudaki and Caglar Keyder (Eds) 272 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2007 9781845112899 HARDBACK £68.50 LIBRARY OF EUROPEAN STUDIES, VOL. 1

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TRAVEL

AN ISTANBUL ANTHOLOGY

NEW

Travel Writing through the Centuries Kaya Genç (Ed) For centuries following its reestablishment as Constantinople in AD 330, Istanbul served as the capital of three great empires: Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman. The city’s maze-like streets and steep alleys, flower gardens and forested hillsides remain soaked in the vestiges of that imperial past, and it is to that past and to Istanbul’s unique character that so many writers and diarists journeyed in search of escape, knowledge, happiness, or sheer wonderment. An Istanbul Anthology takes us on a nostalgic journey through the city, from the sights, smells, and sounds of Istanbul’s bazaars and coffeehouses, its grand palaces and gardens, crumbling buildings, to its ancient churches and mosques, and the waters that so haunt and define it. With writers such as Gustave Flaubert, Pierre Loti, Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain, and André Gide, we discover and rediscover the many delights of this great city, the meeting point of East and West, and gateway civilisations. 160 PAGES 120 X 160MM NOVEMBER 2015 9789774167218 HARDBACK £11.99 THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN CAIRO PRESS

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CITIES, CITADELS AND SIGHTS OF THE NEAR EAST

Francis Bedford’s Nineteenth-Century Photographs of Egypt, the Levant, and Constantinople Sophie Gordon and Badr El Hage

STROLLING THROUGH ISTANBUL The Classic Guide to the City Hilary Sumner-Boyd and John Freely

512 PAGES 198 X 126MM ILLUSTRATED 2009 9781848851542 PAPERBACK £12.99

160 PAGES 254 X 254MM 2014 9789774166709 PAPERBACK £24.95 THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN CAIRO PRESS

THE LYCIAN SHORE

A Turkish Odyssey Freya Stark 240 PAGES 198 X 126MM ILLUSTRATED 2011 9781848853126 PAPERBACK £9.99 TAURIS PARKE PAPERBACKS

ACROSS THE HELLESPONT

A Literary Guide to Turkey Richard Stoneman Exeter University 264 PAGES 198 X 126MM 2010 9781848854222 PAPERBACK £11.99

IMPERIAL ISTANBUL

A Traveller’s Guide: Includes Iznik, Bursa and Edirne Jane Taylor 352 PAGES 198 X 126MM 2007 9781860642494 PAPERBACK £12.99

IONIA

A Quest Freya Stark 376 PAGES 198 X 126MM ILLUSTRATED 2010 9781848851917 PAPERBACK £11.99

THE WESTERN SHORES OF TURKEY Discovering the Aegean and Mediterranean Coasts John Freely

424 PAGES 198 X 126MM ILLUSTRATED 2004 9781850436188 PAPERBACK £12.99

A BYZANTINE JOURNEY John Ash

352 PAGES 198 X 126MM 2006 9781845113070 PAPERBACK £12.99 TAURIS PARKE PAPERBACKS

ROME ON THE EUPHRATES The Story of a Frontier Freya Stark

496 PAGES 198 X 126MM MAY 2012 9781848853140 PAPERBACK £12.99 TAURIS PARKE PAPERBACKS

SOUTH FROM EPHESUS

Travels through Aegean Turkey Brian Sewell 288 PAGES 198 X 126MM ILLUSTRATED 2012 9781780761206 PAPERBACK £11.99 TAURIS PARKE PAPERBACKS


TURKEY & THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE NEW AND RECENT TITLES 2017

COOKERY

SHERBET AND SPICE

The Complete Story of Turkish Sweets and Desserts Mary Isin The stories behind Turkey’s huge variety of sweets and puddings are as fascinating as their multiplicity of flavours. This riveting exploration of their history and role in Turkish culture is a voyage of adventure, taking us from the sultan’s palace to the homes of ordinary people in Turkey’s villages and towns, and beyond to Central Asia, Persia, Arabia, Egypt and the Levant. This is the land of Turkish delight perfumed with rosewater and musk, rose jam, baklava filled with nuts, clotted cream or cheese, milk puddings and helvas, strings of nuts dipped in grape syrup, and model gardens built of sugar carried in wedding processions. The first study of Turkish confectionery ever to be published, Sherbet and Spice offers a rare look at the evolution of sweets from the non-European angle, based on many Turkish sources little known outside Turkey that lend a new dimension to the subject. ‘A fascinating and informative exploration of the role of sweetness in Turkish culture over the centuries.’ – Laura Mason, food historian and author of Sugar-plums and Sherbet 304 PAGES 228 X 155MM ILLUSTRATED 2012 9781848858985 HARDBACK £20.00

TASTES OF BYZANTIUM

CLASSIC TURKISH COOKING

The Cuisine of a Legendary Empire Andrew Dalby

For centuries the food and culinary delights of the Byzantine empire – centred on Constantinople – have captivated the West This book reveals in astonishing detail, for the first time, what was eaten in the court of the Eastern Roman Empire – and how it was cooked. Fusing the spices of the Romans with the seafood and simple local food of the Aegean and Greek world, the cuisine of the Byzantines was unique and a precursor to much of the food of modern Turkey and Greece. Bringing this vanished cuisine to life in vivid and sensual detail, Dalby describes the sights and smells of Constantinople and its marketplaces, relates travellers’ tales and paints a comprehensive picture of the recipes and customs of the empire and their relationship to health and the seasons, love and medicine. 272 PAGES 198 X 126MM 2010 9781848851658 PAPERBACK £14.99

Ghillie Basan and Jonathan Basan

‘On a recent visit to a bookshop ... I came across a real treasure, Classic Turkish Cooking by Ghillie Basan, published by I.B.Tauris. This book offers a fantastic introduction to one of the world’s most accomplished cuisines and is packed full of recipes which you just know you must try.’ –Yotam Ottolenghi Classic Turkish cooking has a long and colourful history from its nomadic Central Asian roots to the refined recipes of the Ottoman empire which influenced culinary traditions throughout the Middle East and Mediterranean. In this classic and much-loved work, Ghillie Basan presents a unique collection of delicious traditional dishes from the Anatolian heartlands and sophisticated and classical recipes from the palace kitchens of the Ottoman sultans. 224 PAGES 236 X 236MM 2011 9781848859845 PAPERBACK £18.99

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