The University of Wisconsin Press
European History / Middle Eastern Studies / Russian & Slavic Studies
A History in Peril
Edited by Markus Koller and Kemal H. Karpat
With a preface by Noel Malcolm
Rescuing and preserving a cultural and social legacy
The studies of Bosnia in this volume encompass more than four hundred years of history and offer a broad, multidimensional view of this vital Ottoman territory. Written by native and foreign specialists, these studies evaluate and seek also to rescue and preserve the legacy of the extraordinarily important buildings, manuscripts, and other cultural artifacts destroyed during the war of 19921995.
Markus Koller is a research associate at the University of Bern. Kemal H. Karpat is Distinguished Professor of History at the University of WisconsinMadison and the author of more than twenty books, including The Politicization of Islam and Studies on Ottoman History. Noel Malcolm is a senior research fellow at All Souls College, Oxford, and the author of the best-selling books Bosnia: A Short History and Kosovo: A Short History.
Distributed for the International Journal of Turkish Studies
Of Related Interest, distributed for the Center for Turkish Studies
Turkish Migration to the United States
From Ottoman Times to the Present
Edited by Kemal H. Karpat and A. Deniz Balgamis
Issues, Personalities, and Political Changes
Edited by Kemal H. Karpat, with Robert Zens
Turkish Foreign Policy
Edited by Kemal H. Karpat
Mutiny and Rebellion in the Ottoman Empire
Edited by Jane Hathaway
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260 pp. 6 X 9
Paper ISBN 978-0-299-20714-4
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