New issue of Journal of Ottoman and Turkish Studies is out!

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Type: 
Journal
Location: 
New York, United States
Subject Fields: 
Middle East History / Studies, Political History / Studies, Social History / Studies

Dear H-Turk members, 

The Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association (OTSA) is happy to announce its new issue of Journal of Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association on Crime, Punishment, and Social Control in the late Ottoman Empire (vol 4., no.1). OTSA members have now access to it via JSTOR link and will receive a copy of the journal in a couple of days. This current issue’s content is as follows:

Introduction
Kent F. Schull, Robert Zens and Ufuk Adak

Crime, Punishment, and Social Control in the Late Ottoman Empire: An Introduction
Ufuk Adak

Articles

Part I
Crime, Punishment, and Social Control in the Late Ottoman Empire: An Introduction (pp. 3-5)

Ufuk Adak

Judicial Reforms, Sharia Law, and the Death Penalty in the Late Ottoman Empire (pp. 7-29)
Ebru Aykut

Between Medicine and Honor: The Legal Ban on Torture in the Ottoman Empire, 1840–1858 (pp. 31-53)
İbrahim Halil Kalkan

Policing the Medina: Public Order in Tunis at the Time of the Tanzimat (1857–1864) (pp. 55-71)
Nora Lafi

Central Prisons (Hapishane-i Umumi) in Istanbul and Izmir in the Late Ottoman Empire: In-Between Ideal and Reality (pp. 73-94)
Ufuk Adak

Between the Real and the Imaginary: Late Ottoman Istanbul as a Crime Scene (pp. 95-116)
Nurçin İleri

Railroads as Sites of Social Conflict: Railway Companies, Trespassers, and the Law in the Late Ottoman Empire (pp. 117-136)
Can Nacar

Propaganda by the Deed and Hotel Registration Regulations in the Late Ottoman Empire (pp. 137-156)
İlkay Yılmaz

Part II
Fez, Brimmed Hat, and Kum û Destmal: Evolution of Kurdish National Identity from the Late Ottoman Empire to Modern Turkey and Syria (pp. 157-187)
Ahmet S. Aktürk

Out of Harm's Way? Structural Violence and the Greek Orthodox Community of Istanbul during World War I (pp. 189-211)
Dimitris Kamouzis

Reviews
Living in the Ottoman Realm: Empire and Identity, 13th to 20th Centuries by Christine Isom-Verhaaren and Kent F. Schull (pp. 212-215)
Review by: Virginia Aksan

Die Bagdadbahn: Ein Umriss deutsch-türkische Beziehungen. Gesammelte Beiträge by Max Florian Hertsch and Mutlu Er (pp. 215-218)
Review by: Ali Demir

World War I and the End of the Ottomans: From the Balkan Wars to the Armenian Genocide by Hans-Lukas Kieser, Kerem Oktem, Maurus Reinkowski (pp. 218-223)
Review by: Umit Kurt

Fezzes in the River: Identity Politics and European Diplomacy in the Middle East on the Eve of World War II by Sarah D. Shields (pp. 223-226)
Review by: Fuat Dündar

Mış Gibi Site”: Ankara'da Bir TOKİ-Gecekondu Dönüşüm Sitesi by Tahire Erman (pp. 226-228)
Review by: Rana Molbay

To sign up or renew your OTSA membership and receive this issue go to the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association Website (otsa.binghamton.edu) and click on "Join OTSA".

Thank you all!

Burak Basaranlar

Graduate Student Editor

**JSTOR link: https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2979/jottturstuass.4.issue-1

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