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New Publication: The Late Ottoman Port-Cities and their Inhabitants

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  • Malte Fuhrmann
    We are happy to announce the publication of a special edition of Mediterranean Historical Review focusing on the history of Balkan and Middle Eastern port
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 29, 2010
      We are happy to announce the publication of a special edition of
      Mediterranean Historical Review focusing on the history of Balkan and
      Middle Eastern port cities in the 19th and early 20th century. For detail
      see below.




      Mediterranean Historical Review
      Volume 24 Number 2 December 2009

      Special issue: The Late Ottoman Port-Cities and their Inhabitants:
      Subjectivity, Urbanity, and Conflicting Orders

      Guest Editors: Vangelis Kechriotis and Malte Fuhrmann

      CONTENTS

      Editorial
      The late Ottoman port-cities and their inhabitants: subjectivity,
      urbanity, and conflicting orders
      Malte Fuhrmann and Vangelis Kechriotis
      71

      Articles
      Imperial rivalry and port-cities: a view from above
      Faruk Tabak
      79

      Class and cosmopolitanism: the historiographical fortunes of merchants
      in Eastern Mediterranean ports
      Athanasios (Sakis) Gekas
      95

      Banking in Izmir in the early twentieth century
      Elena Frangakis-Syrett
      115

      The port-city in the fields: investigating an improper urbanity in
      mid-nineteenth century Cyprus
      Marc Aymes 133

      Greek Orthodox immigrants and modes of integration within the urban
      society of Istanbul (1850-1923)
      Méropi Anastassiadou 151

      Down and out on the quays of Izmir: ‘European’ musicians, innkeepers,
      and prostitutes in the Ottoman port-cities
      Malte Fuhrmann 169

      Scrapping the surface: the techno-politics of modern streets in
      turn-of-twentieth-century Alexandria
      On Barak 187

      Protecting the city’s interests: the Greek Orthodox and the conflict
      between municipal and vilayet authorities in İzmir (Smyrna) in the
      Second Constitutional Period
      Vangelis Kechriotis 207

      Epilogue: The undesirables of Smyrna, 1926
      Edhem Eldem 223

      Publications received 229

      Contents and author index, volume 24, 2009 231

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