By Marc Aymes
Provincializing the heritage of the Ottoman Empire, this e-book presents a severe method of the initiatives of ‘modernity’ that came about within the jap Mediterranean over the last centuries.
Leaving their mark in this interval are; the turmoil of insurgency in Greece and Egypt, a becoming intervention of eu Powers in japanese Mediterranean politics, and the unfolding of huge reform initiatives in the management of the Ottoman Empire. when those advancements have brought on enduring debates over center japanese paths of transformation, the case of Cyprus has remained remoted from those discussions, anything this publication seeks to deal with.
One of the 1st examine monographs to seem in English on Cyprus throughout the eventful occasions of the Ottoman ‘long’ 19th century, this ebook always seeks to supply a discussion among resource analyses and theoretical frameworks. Exploring the myriad relationships among this singular locality and the local – to not say worldwide – dynamics of empire, exchange and social swap at the moment, A Provincial background of the Ottoman Empire might be of curiosity to scholars and students with an curiosity within the center East and smooth History.
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A Provincial History of the Ottoman Empire: Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean in the Nineteenth Century (SOAS/Routledge Studies on the Middle East) by Marc Aymes