What’s up in Turkish and Ottoman Studies: new books in 2015 (first half)

While nearly everybody is making preparations for an august vacation far from Başbakanlık Osmanlı Arşivi or Adalar, I decided to gather all the new publications in Turkish Studies (those, I found in my horizone during this year and those in English and Turkish) and put them in a single post. This may somehow play the role of the yearly Türkologische Anzeiger (Turkology Annual) Online list, which has not been updated for a while. I hope, this could be of support for any scholar of Turkey who wants to get a systematic overview of recent publications.

If you have any additions (I’m pretty sure, that there must be many), please, write them in the comments.
Iyi tatiller ve kolay gelsin!

Ottoman Empire (history, culture, society)

ottomans

Republic of Turkey

republic

National minorities in the Ottoman Empire and Republic of Turkey

minorites

6 comments

  1. Great job, Varuzhan jan.
    You can add these two books.
    1. Psychology of Religion in Turkey, Edited by Zuhâl Ağılkaya-Şahin (Izmir Katip Çelebi University), Heinz Streib (University of Bielenfeld), Ali Ayten (Marmara University), and Ralph W. Hood, Jr. (University of Tennessee at Chattanooga).
    2. Intellectual Origins of the Republic: Ahmet Ağaoğlu and the Genealogy of Liberalism in Turkey, Hilmi Ozan Özavcı, University of Utrecht/EHESS

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