Includes bibliographical references (407-457) and index.
|Statement||edited by Suraiya Faroqhi|
|LC Classifications||SF55.T95 A55 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 475 p. :|
|Number of Pages||475|
|LC Control Number||2011330814|
Animals and people in the Ottoman Empire. by Edited by SURAIYA FAROQHI. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Animals and People in the Ottoman Empire by N/a - AbeBooks. Yet in spite of the enormous impact of the animal world on human life, with respect to Ottoman territories, the number of scholars dealing with the topic remains quite limited. Thus our volume, which will focus on the relationship between people and animals is part of a pioneering effort, and other work on this fascinating topic will certainly. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 vol. ( p.-XXXII p. de pl.): ill. en noir et en coul., couv. ill. en coul. ; 24 cm. Since humans first emerged as a distinct species, they have eaten, fought, prayed, and moved with other animals. In this stunningly original and conceptually rich book, historian Alan Mikhail puts the history of human-animal relations at the center of transformations in the Ottoman Empire from the sixteenth to the nineteenth s: 4.
Since humans first emerged as a distinct species, they have been locked into relationships with other animals. Humans ate, fought, prayed, and moved with animals. In this original and conceptually rich book, historian Alan Mikhail puts the history of human-animal relations at the center of the transformations of the Ottoman Empire from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries. Buy Animals and People in the Ottoman Empire by Edited by SURAIYA FAROQHI. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Edited by SURAIYA FAROQHI. Many foundations, shelters and hospitals were established during the Ottoman era dedicated to the protection of street animals, as people considered doing so a religious responsibility and feared the effects of mistreating animals. and people who harmed animals were alienated from their community in the Ottoman Empire. Kediler (Cats) Mosque. The Animal in Ottoman Egypt. This book was published in by Oxford University Press, with endorsements by J.R. McNeill, Harriet Ritvo, and Kenneth Pomeranz. It examines Egypt's changing place in the Ottoman Empire and world economy from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries through the lens of human-animal relations.
The Animal in Ottoman Egypt Alan Mikhail. Examines the multiple changing relationships between humans and animals in a place that affords perhaps the longest documentary record of the human-animal relationship. Ottoman Egypt cannot be understood without acknowledging animals as central shapers of the early modern world. Ottoman society organized to keep up with the military reformation: ~ 5 ~ Of prisoners, slaves and the charity of strangers Prisoners in the shadows: ~ Captured: how ordinary people paid the price of inter-empire conflict and attempts at state formation: ~ From captive Page vi Tuesday, September 7, AM. The current study investigates human-animal relations with a specific focus on the case of dogs in the late Ottoman Empire. It contextualizes the new type of animal-human relations against the. Further, the book highlights the importance of integrating Ottoman history with issues in animal studies, economic history, early modern history, and environmental history. Carefully crafted and compellingly argued, The Animal in Ottoman Egypt tells the story of the high price humans and animals paid as they entered the modern world.