RE-ENFORCING AN IDENTITY:
THE TANMT REFORMS
As the Christian Arabs strove to redene their self-image in Beirut
through their relationship with the Muslim population, the Porte
itself, starting in 1856, made an eort to reorganise interrelatio
Economic History Association
The Ottoman Empire in the "Great Depression" of 1873-1896
Author(s): evket Pamuk
Source: The Journal of Economic History, Vol. 44, No. 1 (Mar., 1984), pp. 107-118
Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the Econo
1 Religion as the Site of the
Sitt Naaify came down and entered the serail about an hour after
sunset. It was dark. She called for a lamp. It was brought her.
Ordering it to be held up before her, she for a long time feasted
her eyes on
Until the arrival of modern nationalism, how did Arabs identify themselves?
What does Patai list as the usual criteria for being an Arab? Does he agree with these?
Do the articles agree on these points?
Why should the definition of Arab not include the M
A Philosopher Giving a Lecture on the Orrery
The Wahhabi Perspective on Islam
Within the Islamic world, the major cultural movements of the early modern
era were those of religious renewal. Such movements
lho Is an Arab? http:/www.africa.upenn.edu/K-12/Who_l6629.htm
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA - AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER
Who Is an Arab?
WHO IS AN ARAB?
W. Montgomery Watt and Pierre Cachia
Over a hundred million people in the world call themselves Arabs. That i
Reform, Muhammad Ali and the
New European Threat
Internal and External Challenges created crisis for Ottomans
Russo-Turkish wars (1768-1774), (17887-1792)
The Eastern Question
The rise of the Saudi-
Identity and Nationalism in
the Late Ottoman Period
Ottomans participated heavily in European politics,
played the Eastern Question against the Balance of
The Crimean War of 1853-1856
The dumbest war of all, and ver
Europe and a Region in
Europe in the Arab World
Organic flow of goods, ideas and trends
Trade and Treaties
Assistance to states by individuals or other states
European Residents, missionaries or clergy
Merchants in residence, Consuls and D
Arab Perceptions of the Ottomans
by the late 18th Century
Shift in Perceptions by 18th century
Ottoman-Arab relations always complicated,
dependent on context
When the Empire succeeded, it was perceived well
When rule became problematic, attitudes chan
Approximately how massive is the Sun as compared to the Earth?
A. 100 times
B. 300 times
C. 3000 times
D. 300,000 times
E. One million times
Which is more massive?
A. The Sun (a gaseous giant).
B. The Earth (a solid object).
A comet that has a semi-major axis of 100 AU must have a period of about
A. 10 years.
B. 20 years.
C. 100 years.
D. 1000 years.
At its closest approach, a particular comet is about half an AU away from the Sun, and it's about 4
Which of the following lists the outer planets in order of increasing mass?
A. Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Uranus
B. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
C. Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune
D. Uranus, Neptune, Saturn, Jupiter
After a full moon, about how long is it until the next new moon?
A. A month
B. Two weeks
C. A week
D. Six hours
If there is a full moon visible from Paris one evening, twelve hours later in Australia there will be a
What features are unique to Earth?
C. An atmosphere.
E. None of these features are unique to Earth.
The red coloration seen on the Martian surface originates from
A. Past volcanic act
The outer core of the Earth extends out to a little over halfway to the surface of the Earth. The volume of
the core is therefore about _ the volume of the Earth.
Carbon-13 is a radioactive isotope.
Early Modern China
Map 11.6 | Ming China, 1500s
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Ming China 1368
Mongols and the Black Death led the way for the Ming dynasty to
Yuan Mongol rulers faced chaos an
Based on our understanding of our own solar system, which of the following would be most surprising to
observe in an extra-solar system of planets?
A. The planets nearest to the star have a lower density than the planets farther o
The moon appears larger when it rises than when it is high in the sky because
A. You are closer to it when it rises (angular-size relation).
B. You are farther from it when it rises (angular-size relation).
C. It's an illusion fro
Using _, scientists can use a few smaller telescopes to take images with the same resolution
as a much larger telescope.
A. Satellite telescopes
B. Charge-coupled devices (CCDs)
D. Adaptive optics
To double th
What property summarizes a body's tendency to stay in the state of rest or motion?
Which statement is true about Newton's first law of motion?
A. A body at rest st
In materials like glass or water the speed of light is _.
C. The same as in vacuum
D. Sometimes reduced and sometimes increased
_ range in wavelength from millimeters to hundreds of meters.
The distance between the Earth and the Moon
A. Remains constant as the Moon orbits about the Earth.
B. Varies as the Moon orbits about the Earth.
Which of the following is not a kind of geological feature found on the Moon?
James Waterson introduces the slave warriors of medieval Islam who overthrew their masters,
defeated the Mongols and the Crusaders and estahlished a dynasty that lasted three hundred years.
HE MAMI.UKS RL'LED EciYPT and
Syria from 1250 until 151
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Modern Arab History
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What do we know about the ottoman Empire at the time of the Age of discovery
( 15th-18th Centuries)?
It first incorporated the Mamluk territories in the Middle East within its empire, then
Ottoman Empire - Oxford Islamic Studies Online
Oxford Islamic Studies Online
Citation for Ottoman Empire
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Shaw, Stanford J. and Gokhan Cetin
Treaty of Peace (Kk Kaynarca), 1774
1. Public Treaty
ART. I. From the present time all the hostilities and enmities which have hitherto prevailed
shall cease for ever, and all hostile acts and enterprises committed on either side, whether by
force of arms
Ottoman Response to the Discovery of America and the New Route to India
Author(s): Abbas Hamdani
Source: Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 101, No. 3 (Jul. - Sep., 1981), pp.
Published by: American Oriental Society
Stable URL: http:/w
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Today in European History: the Treaty
of Kijgiik Kaynarca (1774)
Posted on July 21, 2016
The Treaty of Karlowitz (1699) marked the end of the Ottoman Empire's tenure as the