MIGRATION AND MATERIAL WORLD OF THE CRETAN MUSLIMS A PROFILE FROM RETHYMNO THROUGH THE LIQUIDATION OF PROPERTY DOCUMENTS IN THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY

MIGRATION AND MATERIAL WORLD OF THE CRETAN MUSLIMS A PROFILE FROM RETHYMNO THROUGH  THE LIQUIDATION OF PROPERTY DOCUMENTS IN THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY

Illustrations Introduction1. Compulsory Population Exchange between Greece and Turkey Negotiations at Lausanne The Lausanne Convention and the Transfer of Migrants Resettlement in Greece and Turkey Immovable Property and Tefviz Process in Turkey Reconstruction of “New” Identities 2. The Island of Crete on the Eve of the Turco-Greek Population Exchange The Cretan Revolt of 1897 and Muslim Migration to the Urban Centers The Autonomous Regime and the Cretan Muslims 3. Wealth Distribution of the Cretan Muslims in Rethymno Occupational Structure Wealth Disparities Among the Different Occupations in Relation to the General Wealth Disparity Poorest Section of the Cretan Muslims in Rethymno: Certain Cases Unidentified Occupations in the Tasfiye Talebnamesis Umûr-u Beytiyesiyle Meşgul (Housewife) The Relationship Between Social Status and Wealth Identity Markers of the Cretan Muslims 4. Understanding Rethymno Through the Property of Cretan Muslims The Properties Belonging to the Poorest 1 Percent The Wealthier Muslims of Rethymno Cinci Arabzade Family The Neighborhoods of İçkale and Çukurbostan Expropriation of Muslims’ Properties Household Goods, Kitchenware Utensils, Weapons, and Tools The Liquidation of Bektashi Tekkes and Properties of Cemaat-i İslamiye İdareleriConclusion Bibliography Index

Author
Pınar ŞENIŞIK
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2018 131 p.
ISBN
978-975-428-612-0
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15.00 $