Balkan Nationalism(s) and the Ottoman Empire

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ISBN / ISSN: 9789754285420
Basım yılı ve yeri: 2015 / İstanbul
Dil: İngilizce
Cilt Tipi: Karton kapak
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1. Cilt:

National Movements and Repredentations




  • Uneven Nation Formation and the Disruptive Effect of the Balkan Wars / Vemund Aarbake, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

  • Revolutionary and Counterrevolutionary Violence in late Ottoman Macedonia (1897-1912): Political Goals, Technical Patterns, and Nationalized Memories / Tasos Kostopoulos, University of Ioannina

  • “Balance of Criminality” : Recording and Observing the Ethnic Conflicts in the Mürzsteg Macedonia (1903-1909) / Fuat Dündar, Brandeis University

  • Depiction of the Enemy: Ottoman Propaganda Books in the Balkan wars of 1912-1913 / Cengiz Yolcu, Istanbul 29 Mayıs University

  • Hristofor Hesapchiev and the Balkan Wars / Dr. Igor Despot, Independent Researcher

  • The War “at Home”: States of Mind and Testimonies in Romania during the Balkan Wars (1912-1913) / Leonidas Rados, A.D. Xenopol History Institute

  • How Trauma Travels: Oral History’s Means and Ends / Keith Brown, Thomas J. Watson Institute, Brown University

  • Visual Modernity and the Balkan Wars (1912-13) / Karl Kaser, University of Graz

  • Chronotopes on Wheels: Anna Karenina and the Train Episodes in Trotsky’s Balkan War / Michel De Dobbeleer, Ghent University

  • Scope and Limitations of Dalmatian Politics Regarding the Balkan Wars (1912-1913 / Ante Brali, University of Zadar



2 . Cilt:

Political Violence and the Balkans War




  • The Greek Community of Thessaloniki and the Challenge of the Young Turks, 1908-1912 / Evanghelos Hekimoglou, The Jewish Museum of Thessaloniki

  • Privileged but Equal: The Privilege Question in the Context of Ottoman Constitutionalism / Fujinami Nobuyoshi, Tsuda College

  • The Transformation of Loyalties as a Continuous Process: Ottomanism and its Different Versions in the Aftermath of the Young Turk Revolution / Ileana Moroni, University of Basel

  • The Young Turks’ Policy Towards the Greeks of Pontus in the Elections of 1908 and 1912 / Euripides P. Georganopoulos, Independent Scholar

  • The Young Turk Movement and its Impact on Thessaloniki’s Jews / Rena Molho, Independent Scholar

  • The Young Turks Revolution and the Changes in Russia’s Balkan Policy / Tina Georgieva, University of Sofia

  • The Young Turks’ Hürriyet and the Bulgarians’ Hopes / Yura Konstantinova, Institute for Balkan Studies & Center of Thracology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

  • The Policy of the Young Turks and the Bulgarian-Greek Rapprochment, 1908-1912 / Zorka Parvanova, Institute for Balkan Studies & Center of Thracology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

  • Oscillating Between Inclusionary Autonomy and Secessionist Independence: Identification Shifts and the Dynamics of Albanian Perceptions of the Young Turks Movement / Ilir Kalemaj and Konstantinos Giakoumis, University of New York in Tirana and Ilir Kalemaj, University of New York in Tirana

  • The Albanian Vilayets of the Ottoman Empire: Between Young Turks (or CUP) and Balkan Players, 1909-1912 / James N. Tallon, Lewis University

  • Mothers, Spies and Signs: Unionist Perceptions of Women at Finde-Siècle / Duygu Coşkuntuna, Atatürk Institute for Modern Turkish History, Boğaziçi University for Young Turk Policymakers; Vemund Aarbakké, Vasileios Koutsoukos and Georgios Niarchos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki



3. Cilt: The Young Turk Revolution and Ethnic Groups


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