Writing History at the Ottoman Court, Editing the Past, Fashioning the Future



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Ordinary women are among the least known subjects of Ottoman Turkish historiography. One of the most important reasons for this lack of information is that the Turkish archives are not organized in such a way that researchers can easily access documents on ordinary women. However, the difficulty in finding women's voices in historical documents is only one part of the problem. Whereas conventional Ottoman-Turkish historiography prioritizes the acts of those holding power, most Turkish feminist historiograph...
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Cities are in constant change, and urban regeneration plays a significant role in changing cities. Although citizens are the major actors and observers of this change, their role is mostly overlooked in macro-historical narrations. The pace of the urban regeneration in particular cities are so fast that this pace has a considerable influence on urban memory. While young citizens have no reminiscent of spaces that exist three decades ago in cities, the elderly dwellers remember them with yearning. Kar...
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G. Tülüveli, “Writing History at the Ottoman Court, Editing the Past, Fashioning the Future,” MUSLIM WORLD, pp. 426–429, 2015, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/37623.