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Gülru Necipoğlu ; architectural drawings and photographs of Sinan's works by Arben A.… 2011 .

Necipoğlu, Gülru,

Mimar Koca Sinan (c. 1489-1588), the the Great Architect Sinan, was appointed chief royal architect to the Ottoman court by Sultan Suleyman I in 1539. During his fifty-year career he designed and constructed hundreds of buildings including mosques, palaces, harems, chapels,…
edited by Amira El-Azhary Sonbol. 2005 .

History then, history now : the role of medieval Islamic religio-political sources in shaping the modern debate on gender / Denise A. Spellberg -- The Qur'an and history / Barbara Freyer Stowasser…
Jane Hathaway. 2018 .

Hathaway, Jane, 1962-

Eunuchs were a common feature of pre- and early modern societies that are now poorly understood. Here, Jane Hathaway offers an in-depth study of the chief of the African eunuchs who guarded the harem of the Ottoman Empire. A wide range of primary sources are used to analyze the…
Jane Hathaway. 2018 .

Hathaway, Jane, 1962-

"Eunuchs were a common feature of pre- and early modern societies that are now poorly understood. Here, Jane Hathaway offers an in-depth study of the chief of the African eunuchs who guarded the harem of the Ottoman Empire. A wide range of primary sources are used to analyse the…
5. The city in the Islamic world Book , Print in English
general editor, Salma K. Jayyusi ; special editors, Renata Holod, Attilio Petruccioli… 2008 .

"The purpose of this book, is to draw attention to the sites of life, politics and culture where current and past generations of the Islamic world have made their mark. Unlike many previous volumes dealing with the city in the Islamic world, this one has been specially expanded…
Meyda Yeğenoğlu. 1998 .

Yeğenoğlu, Meyda.

1. Mapping the field of colonial discourse -- 2. Veiled fantasies: cultural and sexual difference in the discourse of Orientalism -- 3. Supplementing the Orientalist lack: European ladies in the harem -- 4. Sartorial fabric-ations: Enlightenment and Western feminism…
edited by Sabra J. Webber and Margaret R. Lynd with Kristin A. Peterson. 1996 .

Marilyn Booth, editor. 2010 .

Harem Historica is an interdisciplinary collection of essays exploring the harem as it was imagined, represented, and experienced in Middle Eastern and North African societies, as well as by visitors to those societies. One theme that threads through the collection is the…
Ruth Bernard Yeazell. 2000 .

Yeazell, Ruth Bernard.

"The book provides both a rich account of changing perceptions of the harem and a demonstration of the tenacious persistence of myth and stereotype. Yeazell shows that Europe's hunger for facts about the harem combined repeatedly with the impulse to fantasize. Masculine erotic…
Leslie P. Peirce. 1993 .

Peirce, Leslie P.

Map of the Ottomans in Anatolia and Rumelia after Their Defeat by Timur (Tamerlane) in 1402 -- Map of the Ottoman Empire and Its Vassals during the Reign of Suleyman the Magnificent (1520-1566) -- Introduction: Myths and Realities of the Harem…
Lucienne Thys-Şenocak. 2006 .

Thys-Şenocak, Lucienne.

"Examined here is the historical figure and architectural patronage of Hadice Turhan Sultan, the young mother of the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed IV, who for most of the latter half of the seventeenth century shaped the political and cultural agenda of the Ottoman court. Captured in…
edited by Zeynep Inankur, Reina Lewis and Mary Roberts. 2011 .

Ottoman Istanbul and British Orientalism (Symposium) (2008 : Istanbul, Turkey)

Introduction : disruptive geographies / Mary Roberts, Reina Lewis and Zeynep İnankur -- Staging The lure of the East : exhibition making and orientalism / Christine Riding -- Cultural exchange and the politics of pleasure / Reina Lewis…
edited by Therese Martin. 2012 .

"This peer-reviewed book series is dedicated to innovative and transdisciplinary scholarly work on visualities and material cultures from the end of antiquity to the Renaissance. Since the editors desire to puncture the European, even Western European boundaries habitually drawn…
Naïma Hachad. 2019 .

Hachad, Naïma,

The ethics and politics of Moroccan women's gendered Shahada -- Trans-acting Moroccan identity and femininity: auto/biography, testimony, and subjectivity in the transglobal age.
edited by Anne Walthall. 2008 .

"By offering the first comparative view of the women who lived, worked, and served in royal courts around the globe, this work opens a new perspective on the monarchies that have dominated much of human history. Written by leading historians, anthropologists, and archeologists,…
Mary Ann Fay. 2012 .

Fay, Mary Ann.

There is a long history in the West of representing Middle Eastern women as uniformly oppressed by Islam, by Islamic law, and by men. Stereotypical views of Middle Eastern women today maintain that they are without legal rights, do not attend universities or have jobs outside…
Mary Ann Fay. 2012 .

Fay, Mary Ann.

Reimagining the harem: from orientalist fantasies to historical reconstruction -- Egypt in the eighteenth century: the transition from the medieval to the early modern -- Slaves in the family: Islam, household slavery, and the construction of kinship…
general editor, Suad Joseph ; associate editors, Marilyn Booth, Bahar Davary, Sarah… 2013 .

The first decade of the 21st century witnessed an explosion in scholarly and public interest in women and Islamic cultures, globally. From misguided media representations, to politically motivated state manipulations, to agenda-driven Islamist movements, to feminist and…
edited by Gavin R.G. Hambly. 1998 .

"Women often seem invisible in what is widely perceived as the male-oriented society of Islam. Women in the Medieval Islamic World seeks to redress this misperception with a series of original essays on women in the pre-modern phase of Islamic history. The reader will encounter…
21. Women in the Middle East: Past and Present Book , Online in English
Cover; Contents; List of Illustrations; Preface; Introduction; BOOK ONE: Women in the Middle East: A History; Introduction: Issues in Studying Middle Eastern Women's History; I. Regional Background and the Beginnings of Islam; Historical Middle Eastern Societies and Gende…
22. Women in the Middle East: past and present Book , Print in English
Nikki R. Keddie. 2007 .

Keddie, Nikki R.

note: Bk. 1 Women in the Middle East : a history -- Introduction : issues in studying Middle Eastern women's history -- I. Regional background and the beginnings of Islam -- II. From the pious caliphs through the dynastic caliphates…
Muzaffer Özgüleş. 2017 .

Özgüleş, Muzaffer, 1979-

At the beginning of the 18th Century, the Ottoman Empire remained the grandest and most powerful of Middle Eastern Empires. This book reveals the empire's role of powerful women - often the head of the harem, or wives or mothers of Sultans. These educated and discerning patrons…
edited by D. Fairchild Ruggles. 2000 .

"The first to combine the study of representation, gender theory and Muslim women from a historical and geographical perspective, this book examines where women have represented themselves in art, architecture, and the written word in the Muslim world. The authors explore the…