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A History of the 'Alawis: from medieval Aleppo to the Turkish Republic.

著者名:
Winter, Stefan
出版元:
Princeton U.P.
頁数:
xiii,296p photos. pap.
刊行年:
2016
ISBN:
9780691173894

Nosairians -- Syria -- History

The 'Alawis, or Alawites, are a prominent religious minority in northern Syria, Lebanon, and southern Turkey, best known today for enjoying disproportionate political power in war-torn Syria. In this work, Stefan Winter offers a complete history of the community, from the birth of the 'Alawi (Nusayri) sect in the 10th century to just after World War I, the establishment of the French mandate over Syria, and the early years of the Turkish republic. Winter draws on a wealth of Ottoman archival records and other sources to show that the 'Alawis were not historically persecuted as is often claimed, but rather were a fundamental part of Syrian and Turkish provincial society. Winter argues that far from being excluded on the basis of their religion, the 'Alawis were in fact fully integrated into the provincial administrative order.


Introduction: Classical perceptions of 'Alawism, nomenclaturism and dissimulation sources and argument --
1. The Nusayris in medieval Syria: from religious sect to confessional community (tenth-twelfth century) --
2. Beyond the mountain refuge: 'Alawism and the Sunni state (thirteenth-fifteenth centuries) --
3. Survey and punish: the 'Alawis' integration into the Ottoman Empire (1516-1645) --
4. The age of autonomy: 'Alawi notables as Ottoman tax farmers (1667-1808) --
5. Imperial reform and internal colonization: 'Alawi society in the face of modernity (1808-1888) --
6. Not-yet nationals: Arabism, Kemalism and the Alaouites (1888-1936) --
Conclusion --

No.
34374
価格:
5,711円


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