ACROSS THE AEGEAN ISLANDS, MONASTERIES AND RURAL SOCIETIES IN THE OTTOMAN GREEK LANDS

ACROSS THE AEGEAN ISLANDS, MONASTERIES AND RURAL SOCIETIES IN  THE OTTOMAN GREEK LANDS

Introduction 1.“Insularity and Island Society in the Ottoman Context: The Case of the Aegean Island of Andros (Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries)”. Republished, with minor additions, from Turcica 39 (2007), 49-122. 2.“The Muslims of the Island of Andros in the Ottoman Centuries”. Translated from Greek, “Οι μουσουλμάνοι της Άνδρου κατά την οθωμανική περίοδο”, first published in Dimitris I. Kyrtatas, Lydia Palaiokrassa-Kopitsa, Michalis Tiverios (eds), ΕύανδροςΤόμος εις μνήμην Δημητρίου ΙΠολέμη [Euandros: Volume in memoriam of Dimitrios I. Polemis), Andros, Kaireios Library, 2009, 285-307. 3.“Α Town for the Besiegers: Social Life and Marriage in the Ottoman Candia outside Candia (1650-1669)”. Republished, with minor additions, from A. Anastasopoulos (ed.), The Eastern Mediterranean under Ottoman Rule: Crete, 1645-1840, Halcyon Days in Crete VI, A Symposium Held in Rethymno, 13-15 January 2006, Rethymno 2008, 103-175. 4.“Mines and the Environment in Halkidiki: A Story from the Ottoman Past”. Republished, with minor additions, from Balkan Studies 50 (2015), p. 71-94. 5.“The Integration of the Greek Orthodox into the Emerging Ottoman Empire: the berats of the Patriarchs and the documents in favour of the monasteries of Mount Athos”. Translated from Greek and revised with additions from Elias Kolovos, «Το Άγιον Όρος και η συγκρότηση της Οθωμανικής Αυτοκρατορίας», in Tonia Kioussopoulou (ed.), 1453: Η άλωση της Κωνσταντινούπολης και η μετάβαση από τους μεσαιωνικούς στους νεώτερους χρόνους [1453: The Fall of Constantinople and the Transition from the Medieval to the Early Modern Period], Herakleio, Crete University Press, 2005, 107-119. 6.“The Monks and the Sultan outside the Newly Conquered Ottoman Salonica in 1430”. Republished with corrections and additions from the Journal of Turkish Studies, vol. 40 (December 2013) [= Defterology. Festchrift in Honor of Heath Lowry], p. 271-279. 7.“Negotiating for State Protection: Çiftlik-Holding by the Athonite Monasteries (Xeropotamou Monastery, Fifteenth-Sixteenth C.)”. Revised and republished with additions from Colin Imber, Keiko Kiyotaki and Rhoads Murphey (eds.), Frontiers of Ottoman Studies: State, Province, and the West, London, New York, I.B. Tauris, 2005, 197-209. 8.“Christian Vakıfs of Monasteries in the Ottoman Greek Lands from the Fourteenth to Eighteenth Centuries”. Republished with additions from Sabine Mohasseb Saliba (ed.), Les fondations pieuses waqfs chez les chrétiens et les juifs du Moyen Âge à nos jours, Paris (Geuthner) 2016, p. 103-127. 9. “Riot in the Village: Some Cases of Peasant Protest Around Ottoman Salonica”. Republished, with minor additions, from A. Anastasopoulos (ed.), Political Initiatives “From the Bottom-Up” in the Ottoman Empire, Halcyon Days in Crete VII, A Symposium Held in Rethymno, 9-11 January 2009, Rethymno 2012, 47-56. 10.“Early Ottoman Diplomatics Revisited: An Order of the Beglerbegi of Rumeli Hace Firuz ibn Abdullah in Favour of the Athonite Monastery of Vatopedi (1401)”. Published in Turcica, 45 (2014), p. 187-208. 11.“A biti of 1439 from the Archives of the Monastery of Xeropotamou (Mount Athos)”. Published in Hilandarski Zbornik, 11 (2004), 295-306. 12.“The Saints in the Sultan’s Dream”. Published in Archivum Ottomanicum, 23 (2005/06), 205-218. Index

Author
Elias KOLOVOS
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2018 338 p.
ISBN
978-975-428-605-2
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36.00 $