Parution : Gülseren Duman Koç, Governing the Frontiers in the Ottoman Empire. Notables, Tribes and Peasants of Muş (1820s-1880s), Brill, 2024

 

Governing the Frontiers in the Ottoman Empire
Notables, Tribes and Peasants of Muş (1820s-1880s)

Author:  Gülseren Duman Koç

 

 

 

Series: The Ottoman Empire and its Heritage, Volume: 79

 
 
Based on many previously unused sources from Ottoman and British archives, Governing the Frontiers in the Ottoman Empire offers a micro-history to understand the nineteenth century Ottoman reforms on the eastern frontiers. By examining the administrative, military and fiscal transformation of Muş, a multi-ethnic, multi-religious sub-province in the Ottoman East, it shows how the reforms were not top-down and were shaped according to local particularities. The book also provides a story of the notables, tribes and peasants of a frontier region. Focusing on the relations between state-notables, notables-tribes, notables-peasants and finally tribes-peasants, the book shows both the causes of contention and collaborations between the parties.
 
 

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Chargé de diffusion scientifique (27 février 2024). Parution : Gülseren Duman Koç, Governing the Frontiers in the Ottoman Empire. Notables, Tribes and Peasants of Muş (1820s-1880s), Brill, 2024. IISMM. Consulté le 12 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/vwvp


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