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However, the author doesn't have much to say about the Tulip Age itself, as opposed to how it was portrayed in later times, so the book would be a bit hard to follow for someo This book concerns the Tulip Age of the Ottoman Empire, a time during the 18th century when Turkish Westernization began. Abstract: The 'Tulip Age' was an idea proposed by Ottoman historian Ahmed Refik in 1912. The author has clearly researched the subject well, and does put together an interesting story. In this exciting reassessment Erimtan shows us that the trope of the 'Tulip Age' corresponds more to Turkish society's desire to re-orientate itself to the Occident throughout the twentieth century rather than to early eighteenth-century Ottoman realities. The concept is most reflective of the 1930s Republican leadership's attempt to disengage Turkey's population from its Islamic culture and past, stressing the virtues of progress, modernity and secularism. The E-mail message field is required. As a result, the peaceful pseudo-Ottoman course advocated by the dynamic duo Erdogan- Davutoglu, a course leading to maximized profits and heightened prestige, has taken a sharp turn over the past months.

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This book concerns the Tulip Age of the Ottoman Empire, a time during the 18th century when Turkish Westernization began. . In this exciting reassessment Erimtan shows us that the trope of the 'Tulip Age' corresponds more to Turkish society's desire to re-orientate itself to the Occident throughout the twentieth century rather than to early eighteenth-century Ottoman realities. It argues that the 'Tulip Age' was an important template for various political and ideological concerns of early twentieth century Turkish governments. The concept is most reflective of the 1930s Republican leadership's attempt to disengage Turkey's population from its Islamic culture and past, stressing the virtues of progress, modernity and secularism.

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Ottomans Looking West? by Can Erimtan · OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries

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It was only the death of Atatürk in 1938 that precipitated a hesitant revival of Islam in Turkey's public life and a state-sponsored re-invigoration of research into Turkey's Ottoman past. In the first reassessment of the origins of this concept, Can Erimtan argues the 'Tulip Age' was an important template for various political and ideological concerns of early twentieth century Turkish governments. And the rise of neo-Ottomanism? This work is a reassessment of the origins of this concept. In 2013, he was the Turkey Editor of the İstanbul Gazette. The 'Tulip Age', a concept that described the beginning of the Ottoman Empire's westward inclination in the eighteenth century, was an idea proposed by Ottoman historian Ahmed Refik in 1912. Pseudo-Ottoman Turkey has indeed travelled far in the past five years.

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Ottomans Looking West? : Can Erimtan : 9781845114916

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Can Erimtan is an independent scholar residing in İstanbul, with a wide interest in the politics, history and culture of the Balkans and the Greater Middle East. Davutoglu's foreign policy adventures in Libya, Egypt, Syria, and Iraq all but underline his Ottomanist strand, supporting a Sunni insurgence in the wider Ottoman hinterland, stretching from Tripoli to Baghdad and from Cairo to Damascus. Introduction; The Idea of a 'Tulip Age': A Paradigm and Its Meaning; Part I. However, the author doesn't have much to say about the Tulip Age itself, as opposed to how it was portrayed in later times, so the book would be a bit hard to follow for someone who wasn't already knowledgeable about Ottoman history. In the first reassessment of the origins of this concept, Can Erimtan argues the 'Tulip Age' was an important template for various political and ideological concerns of early twentieth century Turkish governments. The 'Tulip Age', a concept that described the beginning of the Ottoman Empire's westward inclination in the eighteenth century, was an idea proposed by Ottoman historian Ahmed Refik in 1912.

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The Kemalist Perception of Damad Ibrahim Pasa, 1923-1947; Chapter 1; The Establishment of the Turkish Republic and the Quest for a New Historiography, 1923-29; Chapter 2; The Subterranean Survival of the 'Tulip Age', 1930-38; Chapter 3; The 'Tulip Age' as a Prelude to the Tanzimat: The Re-Appreciation of the Ottomans and Islam, 1940-47; Epilogue; The Politics of History, 1910-50; Bibliography. The book is mainly about how this era was portrayed in the late Ottoman Empire and early Turkish Republic. In Oxford, Erimtan was a member of Lady Margaret Hall and he obtained his doctorate in Modern History in 2002. Winding down of secular Turkey? The author has clearly researched the subject well, and does put together an interesting story. The concept is most reflective of the 1930s Republican leadership's attempt to disengage Turkey's population from its Islamic culture and past, stressing the virtues of progress, modernity and secularism. It was only the death of Ataturk in 1938 that precipitated a hesitant revival of Islam in Turkey's public life and a state-sponsored re-invigoration of research into Turkey's Ottoman past.

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