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Social Relations in Ottoman Diyarbekir, 1870-1915


Éditeur : Brill Date & Lieu : 2012, Leiden & Boston
Préface : Pages : 392
Traduction : ISBN : 978-90-04-22518-3
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 155x240 mm
Code FIKP : Liv. Ang.Thème : Histoire

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Social Relations in Ottoman Diyarbekir, 1870-1915


Social Relations in Ottoman Diyarbekir, 1870-1915

Joost Jongerden
Jelle Verheij

Brill

Emrullah Akgündüz is a PhD student at the Institute for Religious Studies of the Humanities Faculty of Leiden University. His research interests include the social and economic histories of the non-Muslim communities of the Ottoman Empire, with a main focus on the Syriac Christians. Contact: akgunduze@gmail.com

Suavi Aydin is Professor at the Faculty of Communication of Hacettepe University in Ankara, Turkey. Originally an anthropologist and socio/cultural historian, his research interests and topics include ethnicity, nationalism, state question, ethno-history, history of settlement, tribal relations with the state in Turkey and cultural and historical roots of minority questions in Turkey. Contact: Suavi Aydm, Hacettepe University Faculty of Communication, 06800 Beytepe-Ankara, Turkey. Contact: suavi@hac- ettepe.edu.tr
David Gaunt is Professor of History at the Center for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES) at Sodertôrn University, Sweden. His current research is on mass violence against minorities in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, with particular focus on Jews, Roma, Armenians, Assyrians/Syriacs and Kurds. Contact: David Gaunt, Center for Baltic and East European Studies, Sodertorn University, SE-14169 Huddinge, Sweden. Contact: david.gaunt@sh.se

Joost Jongerden is Assistant Professor at the Sociology and Anthropology of Development section of Wageningen University, the Netherlands. His research interests include socio-spatial and socio-technical constructions of society and related conflicts, with a main area focus on Turkey and Kurdistan. Contact: Joost Jongerden, Sociology and Anthropology of Development, Hollandseweg 1, 6706KN Wageningen, The Netherlands. joost.jongerden@wur.nl

Janet Klein is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Akron. Her research interests include late-Ottoman Kurdistan and contemporary Kurdish history. Contact: Janet Klein, Department of History, CAS 216, The University of Akron, Akron, OH (USA) 44325-1902. klein@uakron.edu

Nilay Özok-Gündoğan is an Assistant Professor of History at Denison University. Her research interests include state-making, changing property regimes, and peasant societies in imperial frontiers with a particular focus on Ottoman Kurdistan. Contact: Nilay Özok-Gündoğan, Denison University, loo West College Street, Granville, OH (USA) 43023. nilayozok@gmail.com

Uğur Ümit Üngor is Assistant Professor at the Department of History of Utrecht University and at the Institute for War and Genocide Studies of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. His research interests include mass violence and ethnic conflict. He has published on genocide in general, and the Armenian and Rwandan genocides in particular. Contact: Dr. Uğur Ümit Üngor, Utrecht University, Department of History, Drift 10 3512 BS Utrecht, u.ungor@uu.nl Jelle Verheij is an independent researcher, specializing in the history and geography of Eastern Turkey and the late Ottoman Empire. He has published several articles on Armenian- and Kurdish-Ottoman relations before World War I. Contact: yjeh@me.com



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