Reviews: Architectural heritage of "Lands of Rum" and Late Ottoman Herzegovina

posted by istanbul on 2008/12/25 00:40

[ Books ]

This month I have written two reviews of recently published (and very recommendable) books, both are available online:

For the Newsletter of the European Architectural History Network [No. 4 (2008), pp. 36-39]:
  • Gülru Necipoğlu and Sibel Bozdoğan (eds.): History and Ideology: Architectural Heritage of the “Lands of Rum” [= Muqarnas 24]. Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2007. (pdf, 2.2mb)
...and for Kakanien Revisited (21/12/2008):
  • Hannes Grandits: Herrschaft und Loyalität in der spätosmanischen Gesellschaft. Das Beispiel der multimultikonfessionellen Herzegowina [Power and Loyalties in Late Ottoman Society: The Case of Multi-Confessional Herzegovina]. Wien/Köln/Weimar: Böhlau, 2008. (pdf, 0.2mb)



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