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THE OTTOMANS AND THE BALKANS

A Discussion of Historiography
EDITED BY

FIKRET ADANIR
AND

SURAIYA FAROQHI

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BRILL LEIDEN BOSTON KOLN 2002

CONTENTS

Acknowledgements Introduction Suraiya Faroqhi and Fikret Adanir Chapter One. Bad Times and Better Self: Definitions of Identity and Strategies for Development in Late Ottoman Historiography, 1850-1900
Christoph Neumann

vii

57

Chapter Two. Research Problems concerning the Transition to Tourkokratia: the Byzantinist Standpoint
Klaus-Peter Matschke

79

Chapter Three. The Ottoman Empire in the Historiography of the Kemalist Era: a Theory of Fatal Decline
Biisra Ersanli

115

Chapter Four. Non-Muslim Minorities in the Historiography of Republican Turkey: the Greek Case
Hercules Millas

155

Chapter Five. Ottoman Rule Experienced and Remembered: Remarks on Some Local Greek Chronicles
of the Tourkokratia Johann Strauss 193

Chapter Six. Islamization in the Balkans as a Historiographical Problem: the Southeast-European Perspective
Antonina %helyazkova

223

Chapter Seven. The Formation of a 'Muslim' Nation in Bosnia-Hercegovina: a Historiographic Discussion


Fikret Adanir

267

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Chapter Eight. Hungarian Studies in Ottoman History


Geza David and Pal Fodor

305

Chapter Nine. Coping with the Central State, Coping with Local Power: Ottoman Regions and Notables from the Sixteenth to the Early Nineteenth Century
Suraiya Faroqhi

351

List of contributors Bibliography Index

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