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GEOGRAPHICAL STUDIES ON MODERN TURKEY AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE

Author Name J.M. WAGSTAFF
Other Informations 2013 296 p.
ISBN 978-975-428-488-1
Price 35.00 USD
Acknowledgements Introduction Modern Turkey 1. (with Brian Beeley) The National Space: Patterns and Potential 2. Turkey’s Association with the European Economic Community 3. Turkish Industrialisation: A Geographical Review The Ottoman Empire 4. Ottoman West: Persian East 5. The Ottoman Empire c.1520 6. The Development of a Modern World System 7.The Role of the Eastern Mediterranean (Levant) for the Early Modern World-Economy 1500-1800 Regions of the Ottoman Empire 8.The History of Greece under Ottoman and Venetian Domination 9. War and Settlement in the Morea, 1685-1830 10. (with Elena Frangakis) Settlement Pattern Change in the Morea (Peloponnisos), c. A.D. 1700-1830 11.(with Elena Frangakis-Syrett) Patras and its Hinterland: City Port Development and Regional Change in 19th Century Greece 12.Evliya Çelebi, The Mani and the Fortress of Kelefa 13.Independent Greece: The Search for a Frontier, 1822-35 14.The Mountain and the Plain: Some Themes of Continuity and Change in Palestinian Landscapes 15. Arabia Deserta as Geography 16. The Madra River Delta in the Late Ottoman Period Some Travellers in the Ottoman Empire 17. John Philip Morier’s Account of the Mani, 1804 18. Colonel Leake and the Classical Topography of Asia Minor 19. The Contribution of Early Travel Narratives to the Historical Geography of Greece 20. Colonel Leake’s View of the Turks