The Ottoman Millet System: Non-Territorial Autonomy and its Contemporary Legacy

@article{Barkey2016TheOM,
  title={The Ottoman Millet System: Non-Territorial Autonomy and its Contemporary Legacy},
  author={Karen Barkey and G. Gavrilis},
  journal={Ethnopolitics},
  year={2016},
  volume={15},
  pages={24 - 42}
}
Abstract Historians and social scientists view the Ottoman millet system as a successful example of non-territorial autonomy. The Ottoman rulers recognized the diversity of religious and ethnic communities that made up the empire and also understood that this diversity could not and should not be assimilated into an overarching principle of sameness. Instead, they organized a series of ad-hoc negotiations with the heads of religious communities, resulting in what became known as the millet… Expand
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