Edinburgh Studies on the Ottoman Empire

Series Editor(s): Kent F. Schull

Explores the impact of the Ottoman Empire on its own populations and the surrounding world

At the crossroads of Eurasia, the Middle East, and Africa, the Ottoman Empire connected peoples, trade, and empires around the Eastern Hemisphere throughout the Mediterranean Basin, across the Silk Road, and via the Indian Ocean. As one of the largest and longest-lived empires in history it acts as an amazing case study of transformation spanning the pre, early, and modern eras. This series explores the history, culture, societies, impact and interactions of the Ottoman Empire not only on the diverse populations and geographies it ruled, but also on the world around it from its earliest beginnings till its demise.

Key Features:

  • Explores the rise, development, transformation, and eventual demise of the empire within its local and global context
  • Focuses on the mutual impact and influences these interactions had on both the empire itself and its neighbours
  • Investigates the empire’s political, social, religious, economic, cultural, and diplomatic dynamism and diversity
  • Utilises the best in social science and humanities theoretical and methodological approaches

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