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The Ottoman Empire /
Professor Kenneth W. Harl.
imprint
Chantilly, VA : The Teaching Company, [2017]
description
6 videodiscs (approximately 1080 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (vi, 295 pages : illustrations, maps ; 19 cm.)
ISBN
1629974099, 9781629974095
format(s)
DVD
Holdings
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imprint
Chantilly, VA : The Teaching Company, [2017]
isbn
1629974099
9781629974095
publisher #
ID3160A-01
PB3160A
PD3160A
contents note
disc 1. Sublime Porte: visions of the Ottoman Empire ; Seljuk Turks in Asia Minor ; The Islamization of Asia Minor ; Ottoman sultans of Bursa ; Defeat and recovery, 1402-1451 ; Mehmet the conqueror, 1451-1481 -- disc 2. Selim the Grim and the conquest of Cairo ; Suleiman the Magnificent, 1520-1566 ; Sultans in Topkapi, 1566-1648 ; The sultan-caliph and his servants ; Timariots, peasants, and pastoralists ; Trade, money, and cities -- disc 3. Arabs under the Ottoman caliph ; Christians and Jews under the Porte ; Sunni Islam and Ottoman civilization ; Ottoman Constantinople ; The sultan at war: the Ottoman Army ; Sultan and shah: challenge of Safavid Iran -- disc 4. Sultan and emperor: war in the west ; Sultan and Venice: war in the Mediterranean ; Köprülü viziers and imperial revival ; The empire at bay, 1699-1798 ; Napoleon invades Ottoman Egypt ; Crisis: Muhammad Ali and Balkan nationalists -- disc 5. Tanzimat and modernization, 1839-1876 ; Defeat and retreat: the sick man of Europe ; The sultan returns: Abdül Hamid II, 1876-1908 ; Constitutional reform, 1908-1913 ; War in Libya and the Balkans, 1911-1913 ; The road to World War I -- disc 6. The empire at total war, 1914-1916 ; Ottoman collapse, 1916-1918 ; Mustafa Kemal, Atatürk ; Casualties of war and ethnic cleansing ; The emergence of the Turkish Republic ; Nation-states, Islam, and the Ottoman legacy.
general note
"Course No. 3160."
Contains thirty-six 30 minute lectures.
In one container.
Repackaged in case (28 x 17 cm).
performer
Lecturer: Professor Kenneth W. Harl, Tulane University.
abstract
Follow the rise, collapse, and rebirth of the grand Ottoman Empire.
language note
In English ; Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
catalogue key
11553203
target audience
Not rated.
 
Course guidebook contains bibliographical references (pages 287-292).

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