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Chagatai Turkish, the second period of the North-East Turkic language, is a writing language that the Eastern Turks continue to use from the beginning of the 15th century until the beginning of the 20th century. After Nevayi's death, various dictionaries began to be written on every corner of the world of Islam, so that his works could easily be read. These dictionaries, written mostly in the Ottoman Empire, Iran, Azerbaijan, India or Turkestan and having a great value for the history of Turkish language development have created a lexicographical schools.
In this study, are given mainly Chagatai Turkish dictionaries and studies on them. Launched in Spring of , Ottoman History Podcast is an online radio program dedicated to accesbile and academic discussion of new topics in the history, society and culture of the Ottoman Empire and Middle East. Guests include scholars and students from a variety of disciplines. Episodes in English and Turkish are released on a weekly basis. Hewitt Member of the House of Representatives A. HOE provides information on the author s , title s , contents, manuscript s and edition s of the main sources related to the topic.
More than a hundred titles, including periodicals printed in the Ottoman Empire as well as media published by the Young Turks of Europe, are now accessible. Hardcover — Translation of the Turkish edition published in Part One: the distortions and misrepresentations of male and female slavery and the Harem, together with some examples. Part Two: male and female slavery in non-Muslim societies and in other religions.
Part Three: the institutions of male and female slavery in Islamic law. Part Four: aspects of the practice of slavery, male and female, in the Ottoman state.
Part Five: an investigation of the question: what is the Harem? Part Six: a lady governess's memoirs of the Harem. Part Seven: the replies to a number of important questions on these subjects. G ]. The History covers the period from the end of the eleventh century, with the arrival of the Turks in Anatolia, through the emergence of the early Ottoman state and its development into a powerful empire in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, encompassing a massive territory from the borders of Iran in the east, to Hungary in the west, and North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula in the south.
The last volume covers its destruction in the aftermath of the First World War, and the history of the modern state of Turkey which arose from the ashes of empire. Reference library - Islamic manuscripts. Conversion of Maliyya, Islamic and Christian dates. It is based on the Julian calendar concerning the lengths of the months and the leap years. The beginning of the year was the 1st of Adar corresponding to 1st of March in the Julian calendar. At the beginning of each year the number of the year was chosen to be identical to the year of the traditional Hijri calendar at this day.
Therefore after approximately 32 years a jump in the number of the year occurred e. This rule was broken in A. Therefore in the following period until the abrogation of the Maliyya calendar in there is a difference in the number of the years in the Maliyya and the Islamic calendar of up to three. In addition to the Gregorian calendar, the Julian calendar is provided for didactic reasons, or eventually for the conversion of historical Julian dates e.
B55 New content will be added every year in alphabetical order. In it began with the A, with an expected completion in Comprehensive reference work in English on all aspects of Islam written by leading scholars.
Encyclopedia Iranica by Ehsan Yarshater, ed. The Encyclopaedia Iranica is a multi-disciplinary reference work and research tool designed to record the facts of Iranian history and civilization. It focuses on the land, life, culture and history of all Iranian peoples and their interaction with other societies. Work ongoing -. Encyclopedia of the Ottoman Empire provides a thorough overview of the history and civilization of the Ottomans, with approximately A-to-Z entries focusing on major events, personalities, institutions, and terms.
With signed articles by experts in the field, this comprehensive one-volume resource also includes essential information regarding imperialism and the emerging Balkan, Arab, and Turkish nationalism; the demise of the empire; and Ottoman legacy in the Balkans and the Middle East.
This Handbook provides a comprehensive and wide-ranging profile of modern Turkey. Bringing together original contributions from leading scholars with a wide range of backgrounds, this important reference work gives a unique in-depth survey of Turkish affairs, past and present. Thematically organised sections cover: Turkish history from the early Ottoman period to the present Turkish culture Politics and international relations Social issues Geography The Turkish economy and economics Presenting diverse and often competing views on all aspects of Turkish history, politics, society, culture, geography, and economics, this handbook will be an essential reference tool for students and scholars of Middle East studies, comparative politics, and culture and society.
This book is the singlemost important English-language publication on the demographic profile of Armenians in the late Ottoman Empire. It is based on a plethora of published and archival records, especially Armenian language materials that have not been cited in English language academic works.
Such records are discussed at some length and should be an eyeopener to readers. Karayan also takes direct issue with some conventional works on the demography of the Ottoman Empire based on official Turkish archives.
He makes a particularly poignant case study of his ancestral town of Aintab, showing the strength of the materials at his disposal and the weakness of official Turkish accounts for the city. Karayan lists over 4, Armenian inhabited towns and villages, replete with their old and new names, geographical coordinates, Armenian population as well as sources. According to Karayan, Ottoman Armenians numbered close to 2. His work includes a comprehensive index of village names for the perusal of readers.
Limited search-only v. Elbistan-Eymir -- cilt Fikih-Gelenek -- cilt Kastilya-Kile -- cilt Oxford Bibliographies: Islamic Studies Offers peer-reviewed annotated bibliographies on the range of lived experiences and textual traditions of Muslims as they are articulated in various countries and regions throughout the world. Bibliographies are browseable by subject area and keyword searchable. Contains a "My OBO" function that allows users to create personalized bibliographies of individual citations from different bibliographies.
R32 Call Number: Olin PL Y85 S47 A98 Call Number: On Order. Rx Over , words, phrases and proverbs have been fully defined by definitions, translations and idiomatic equivalents. The dictionary includes colloquial and slang words as well as technical terms. A38 Hony, A. I98 Call Number: olin CS D Personal Names,. Call Number: olin BP U55 Call Number: olin BL T84 D Turkic peoples - Religion - Dictionaries -Turkish. A7 O45 Text in Turkish with facsimiles in Arabic.
Arabic language Dictionaries Turkish. G8 M55 Call Number: olin PL A3 A43 Call Number: olin PK T8 N55 A free and extensive database of references to theses, books, articles, papers and projects relating to research into Ottoman-Turkish culture.
Please visit the Turkish version of this site if your first language is Turkish. Dissertation Reviews. Founded in , Dissertation Reviews is a site that features overviews of recently defended, unpublished doctoral dissertations in a wide variety of disciplines across the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Means of travel and transportation in the Ottoman empire. Mouhtar, Sahire Fatma, Means of travel and transportation in the Ottoman empire. Published: [Ithaca, N. Description: l. Eine historische Bibliographie von bis About 1, German-language book publications with author, title, publishing place and year of publication are recorded systematically.
The new edition of this historic bibliography has been extended by about titles from all periods and areas. It is intended for teachers and students of Turkology as well as those interested in the history and culture of Ottoman Empire and Turkey.
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Chagatai Turkish, the second period of the North-East Turkic language, is a writing language that the Eastern Turks continue to use from the beginning of the 15th century until the beginning of the 20th century. After Nevayi's death, various dictionaries began to be written on every corner of the world of Islam, so that his works could easily be read. These dictionaries, written mostly in the Ottoman Empire, Iran, Azerbaijan, India or Turkestan and having a great value for the history of Turkish language development have created a lexicographical schools. In this study, are given mainly Chagatai Turkish dictionaries and studies on them. Launched in Spring of , Ottoman History Podcast is an online radio program dedicated to accesbile and academic discussion of new topics in the history, society and culture of the Ottoman Empire and Middle East.
The relatively late increase in developments and welfare in the Islamic societies in comparison to the West has given insurance business a point of Islamic view. Most principle of the conventional insurance does not comply with the Islamic philosophy, thus it is created the need to reshape insurance business according to the Islamic precepts. Accordingly, a different application model focused on risk sharing has been developed, instead of the risk transfer in classical insurance. Although takaful with international terminology has a long history especially in the Gulf States and some Southeast Asian countries; it has been brought to infrastructure with a regulation published last year in our country. Participation insurance as a substitute for classical insurance products, especially for sectors with different sensitivities, must be clearly explained to the potential policyholders due to application techniques and differences and the question marks in the mind must be eliminated.