Monday, December 12, 2016

Special Issue: Ottoman International Law

The latest issue of the Journal of the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association (Vol. 3, no. 2, November 2016) focuses on "Ottoman International Law." Contents include:
  • Ottoman International Law
    • Lâle Can & Michael Christopher Low, The “Subjects” of Ottoman International Law
    • Will Smiley, Freeing “The Enslaved People of Islam”: The Changing Meaning of Ottoman Subjecthood for Captives in the Russian Empire
    • Aimee M. Genell, The Well-Defended Domains: Eurocentric International Law and the Making of the Ottoman Office of Legal Counsel
    • Will Hanley, What Ottoman Nationality Was and Was Not
    • Michael Christopher Low, Unfurling the Flag of Extraterritoriality: Autonomy, Foreign Muslims, and the Capitulations in the Ottoman Hijaz
    • Faiz Ahmed, Contested Subjects: Ottoman and British Jurisdictional Quarrels in re Afghans and Indian Muslims
    • David Gutman, Travel Documents, Mobility Control, and the Ottoman State in an Age of Global Migration, 1880–1915
    • Umut Özsu, Ottoman International Law?