Ottoman Women in Public Space

2016-01-01
Using a wealth of primary sources and covering the entire Ottoman period, Ottoman Women in Public Space challenges the traditional view that sees Ottoman women as a largely silent element of society, restricted to the home and not seen beyond the wal

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Citation Formats
E. Boyar, Ottoman Women in Public Space. 2016, p. 252.