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by Yuval Ben-Bassat

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Author:
Yuval Ben-Bassat
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978-1780764573
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178076457X
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I.B.Tauris (February 27, 2014)
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In Petitioning the Sultan Yuval Ben-Bassat ing late Ottoman Palestine; the great value of this book lies in the study of petitions.

In Petitioning the Sultan Yuval Ben-Bassat. explores the petitions sent to the sultan by Ottoman subjects and foreign residents in. Palestine from 1865 to 1908. The petitions under scrutiny, written in Arabic or. Ottoman Turkish, were submitted by a variety of subjects, including urban and vil-. lage dwellers, as well as Bedouins, Ottoman officials and foreigners; all complained. Ben-Bassat notes several times through the book, it is important to note that in most. ing late Ottoman Palestine; the great value of this book lies in the study of petitions. as documents representing a society dealing with multiple socio-politicaleconomic.

International Journal of Middle East Studies. Yuval Ben-Bassat, Petitioning the Sultan: Protests and Justice in Late Ottoman Palestine, Library of Ottoman Studies 42 (London: .

Mapping the Ottomans is about European representations of Ottoman space, but here we are presented with glimpses . Ben-Bassat divides the petitions he studied into three categories according to the origins of their authors.

Mapping the Ottomans is about European representations of Ottoman space, but here we are presented with glimpses of a dialogue, rather than the classic one-sided Orientalist discourse.

Petitioning the Sultan: Protests and Justice in Late Ottoman Palestine. Rethinking the Concept of Ottomanization: The Yishuv in the Aftermath of the Young Turk Revolution of 1908, Middle Eastern Studies, 45:3 (2009), pp. 461-475.

The practice of petitioning the Ottoman Sultan was a well-known institution which existed in one form or another throughout .

Petitioning the Sultan book.

Yuval Ben-Bassat examines the petitions, including many previously unpublished ones, sent during the last decades of the Empire to the Ottoman Sultan Abdulhamid II. The petitions enable Ben-Bassat to explore Palestine's history in this formative period from a unique.

Num Pages: 331 pages, maps, figures. BIC Classification: 1FBP; 3JH; 3JJ; HBJF1; HBLL; HBLW; JPV.

Petitioning the Sultan: Protest and Justice in Late Ottoman Palestine, 1865–1908 by Yuval Ben Bassat. A Taste for Home: The Modern Middle Class in Ottoman Beirut by Toufoul Abou-Hodeib.

Situated at a strategic point between Europe, Asia, and Africa, and the birthplace of Judaism and Christianity, the region has a long and tumultuous history as a crossroads for religion, culture, commerce, and politics.

Petitioning the Sultan: Protests and Justice in Late Ottoman Palestine by Yuval Ben-Bassat pp. 336-339(4) Author: Mazza, Roberto. Favourites: ADD. Sign-in.

The practice of petitioning the Ottoman Sultan was a well-known institution which existed in one form or another throughout Ottoman history and enabled Ottoman subjects, far from the capital of Istanbul, to convey their grievances directly to the supreme ruler. Here, Yuval Ben-Bassat examines the petitions, including many previously unpublished ones, sent during the last decades of the Empire to the Ottoman Sultan Abdülhamid II. The petitions enable Ben-Bassat to explore Palestine's history in this formative period from a unique perspective, providing first-hand accounts of the dilemmas, struggles, acts, concerns, schisms and transformations Palestinian society experienced. Petitioning the Sultan will be of great interest to a broad audience of specialists studying the history of the Middle East, the Ottoman Empire, and Palestine's late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century world.