The Ottoman Middle East: Studies in Honor of Amnon Cohen

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Eyal Ginio, Elie Podeh
Brill, 2014 - History - 265 pages
The Ottoman Middle East discusses various political, social, cultural and economic aspects of the Ottoman Middle East. By using various textual and visual documents, produced in the Ottoman Empire, the collection offers new insights into the matrix of life under Ottoman rule.

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About the author (2014)

Eyal Ginio is Senior Lecturer and the former Chair of the Department of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2009-2012). He completed his Ph.D. at the Hebrew University in Middle East studies (1999) and post-Doctorate at Oxford University in the UK (1999-2000). His recent publications relate to the social and cultural history of Ottoman society during the Balkan Wars (1912-13).

Elie Podeh teaches in the Department of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He served as the Chair of the Department (2004-2009). His main fields of interest are: inter-Arab relations; Arab-Israeli Conflict, Egypt and culture in the Arab world. His latest book, The Politics of National Celebrations in the Arab World, was published by Cambridge University Press (2011).

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