Imperial Geographies in Byzantine and Ottoman Space (eds. S. Bazzaz, Y. Batsaki, D. Angelov)
Introduction: Imperial Geographies in Byzantine and Ottoman Space
1. Constantine VII and the Historical Geography of Empire, Paul Magdalino
2. “Asia and Europe Commonly Called East and West: Constantinople and Geographical Imagination in Byzantium, Dimiter Angelov
3. Cartography and the Ottoman Imperial Project in the Sixteenth Century, Pınar Emiralioğlu
4. Ferīdūn Beg’s Münşeʾātü ’s-Selāṭīn (‘Correspondence of Sultans’) and Late Sixteenth-Century Ottoman Views of the Political World, Dimitris Kastritsis
5. Imperial Geography and War: The Ottoman Case, Antonis Anastasopoulos
6. Ambiguities of Sovereignty: Property Rights and Spectacles of Statehood in Tanzimat Izmir, Sibel Zandi-Sayek
7. Ottoman Arabs in Istanbul, 1860-1914: Perceptions of Empire, Experiences of the Metropole through the Writings of Aḥmad Fāris al-Shidyāq, Muḥammad Rashīd Riḍā, and Jirjī Zaydān, Ilham Khuri-Makdis
8. Evading Athens Versions of a Post-Imperial, National Greek Landscape around 1830, Constanze Güthenke
9. Translation as Geographical Relocation Nineteenth-Century Greek Adaptations of Molière in the Ottoman Empire, Anna Stavrakopoulou
10. In “Third Space” Between Crete and Egypt in Rhea Galanaki’s The Life of Ismail Ferik Pasha, Yota Batsaki
11. The Discursive Mapping of Sectarianism in Iraq The “Sunni Triangle” in the Pages of The New York Times, Sahar Bazzaz
Antonis Anastasopoulos is Assistant Professor of Ottoman History at the Department of History and Archaeology of the University of Crete, and a research associate of the Institute for Mediterranean Studies of the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (IMS/FORTH).
Dimiter Angelov is Professor of Byzantine History at the University of Birmingham.
Yota Batsaki is the Executive Director of Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, DC.
Sahar Bazzaz is Associate Professor of History at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Mevhibe Pınar Emiralioğlu is Assistant Professor of History at the Department of History, University of Pittsburgh.
Constanze Güthenke is Associate Professor of Classics and Hellenic Studies at Princeton University.
Dimitris Kastritsis is Lecturer in History at the University of St Andrews.
Ilham Khuri-Makdisi is Associate Professor of History at Northeastern University.
Paul Magdalino is Professor of Byzantine History, Koç University, Istanbul and Fellow of the British Academy.
Anna Stavrakopoulou is Assistant Professor in Theatre Studies at Aristotle University, Thessaloniki.
Sibel Zandi-Sayek is Associate Professor of Art History at the College of William and Mary.