History and Art History
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

HIST 387: Topics in Global History

HIST 387-007: The Ottoman Empire, 1300-1800
(Fall 2014)

East Building 122

Section Information for Fall 2014

This course examines the Ottoman Empire from its origins in the thirteenth century until the nineteenth century when the era of modernization began.  We will treat the Ottoman experience within the broader context of world history while at the same time highlighting its peculiarities. The dynamics of its expansionism, political and cultural encounters, institutional development, social and economic networks, manifestations of piety, relations across lines of class, religion and gender will be covered. The course will undertake a critical inquiry into the established narratives of Ottoman history through discussing primary sources and theoretical approaches in modern scholarship. 

Satisfies the general education requirement in global understanding.

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Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 3-6

Study of historical topics or periods of special interest in global, Latin American, African, Asian, or Middle Eastern history.

Satisfies General Education requirement for global understanding.

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Topics announced in advance. May be repeated for credit when topic is different. Fulfills the college requirement in non-Western culture.

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