posted by mh on 2006/03/02 15:33

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The Fall 2005 issue of TALID (Turkiye Arastirmalari Literatur Dergisi), "Turk Sehir Tarihi", focuses on Ottoman and Turkish Republican Urban History, thus covering a lot of material related to the Balkans. The bulk of articles are in Turkish, but English abstracts (which I linked from here directly for the sake of easier accessability) are available for all articles, including Urban History in the West, Urban Historiography in Turkey: Approaches, Issues and Sources (abstract), Urban History of the Ottoman Balkans: Cities in Bosnia,Hungary, and Greece (abstract), Urban Settlement and Demography in the Ottoman Empire (XVth- XVIIIth Centuries) (abstract), Ottoman Urban Spaces: An Evaluation of Literature on Coffeehouses (abstract), plus a few contributions on the study of sources, as well as portraits of scholars such as as Machiel Kiel, Halil Inalcik, Nikolai Todorov, and an interview with Suraiya Faroqi.


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