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Civil Society, Concept and History of
This article is reproduced from the previous edition, volume 3, pp. 1891–1897, © 2001, Elsevier Ltd, with revisions made by the Editor.
Modernities Compared: State Transformations and Constitutions of Property in the Qing and Ottoman Empires
Modernity has long been the preserve of Europe. Social science perspectives on modernization that have shaped the categories of historical analysis since the nineteenth century have excluded theExpand
Beyond Histories of Stagnation to “Living” Histories of Possibilities
  • H. Islamoğlu
  • Political Science
  • International Journal of Middle East Studies
  • 26 July 2012
A central question of economic history since the 19th century has been why capitalist development (often identified with modern transformation) took place in western Europe and not in other parts ofExpand
New Politics of Governing Global Capitalism: Sovereign Governments and Living Law
Since the crisis of 2007–2009, sovereignty, government and politics are on the agenda of social sciences and of international policy platforms, most recently in Davos. This is a departure fromExpand
Ottoman History As World History
Komisyon/Commission and Kurul/Board: Words That Rule
Economic History in Middle Eurasia
Islamicate World Histories