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Negotiating Transcultural Relations in the Early Modern Mediterranean: Ottoman-Venetian Encounters
Contents: Introduction Scattered about the city: Ottoman networks and attempts to control them Negotiating with the Venetian bureaucracy: paths of integration Moving across boundaries ProjectingExpand
Constantinople: Capital of Byzantium. By Jonathan Harris. (London, England: Hambledon Continuum, 2007. Pp. 304. $27.95.)
Appealing to a broad audience and moving away from a traditional political, social, and economic approach of Byzantine history, this study examines the history of the empire and its capital, Consta...
Representing the Past: Video Games Challenge to the Historical Narrative
The rise of digital media is changing the classroom and influencing our understanding of traditional academic subjects like history. With digital media, specifically video games, students are able toExpand
‘Pleading for Help’: Gender Relations and Cross‐Cultural Logic in the Early Modern Mediterranean
Religious conversion cases involving women constitute an important aspect of early modern Mediterranean history. Various Muslim women left their homes in the Ottoman Empire, came to Venice andExpand