WOMEN ON THE MARGINS: GENDER, CHARITY, AND JUSTICE IN THE EARLY MODERN MIDDLE EAST

WOMEN ON THE MARGINS: GENDER, CHARITY, AND JUSTICE IN THE EARLY MODERN MIDDLE EAST Introduction 1. “Women, Law and Imperial Justice in the Ottoman Empire”, Published originally in Women, Family and Divorce Laws in Islamic Society, ed. By Amira Sonbol (Syracuse University Press. 1996). 2. “Women and the Tradition of Seeking Justice in Ottoman Istanbul in the Late Seventeenth-Century”, Published originally in Women in the Ottoman Empire, Middle Eastern Women in the Early Modern Era, edited by Madeline Zilfi (Leiden; E.J. Brill, 1997). 3. “Ottoman Women and the Public Eye in Eighteenth-Century Istanbul”, Published originally in Women in the Medieval Islamic World, edited by Gavin Hambly (St. Martin's Press, 1998). 4. The Role of Women in the Urban Economy of Istanbul, 1700-1850”, Published originally in International Journal of Labor and Working-Class History, 60 (Fall 2001). “reprinted with permission” 5. “From Mahalle (neighborhood) to the market and the Courts: Women, Credit and Property in Istanbul,” Published originally in Gender, Kinship and Property in the Wider Mediterranean: Center and Peripheries (1300-1800), edited by Jutta Sperling and Shona Wray (Routledge, 2010). 6. “Gendering Urban Space: Women’s Smaller Vakfs in Eighteenth-Century Istanbul”, Published originally in Beyond the Exotic, Women’s Histories in Islamic Societies, ed. by Amira El-Azhary Sonbol (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press 7. “Economic Activities of Safavid Women in the Shrine-City of Ardabil”, Published originally in Iranian Studies, vol. 31 (Spring 1998) 8. “The Wealth of Ottoman Princesses during the Tulip period”, Published originally at The Great Ottoman-Turkish Civilization, vol. 2 (Ankara, 2000). 9. Appendix: Ottoman Documents in English Translation (by the author) Glossary
 
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Fariba ZARINEBAF
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