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Starting with food : culinary approaches to Ottoman history

Author: Amy Singer
Publisher: Princeton : Markus Wiener Publishers, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Food is a marker of identity, culture, and class, and it denotes power, routine, leisure, and celebration. Despite its importance to every aspect of historical research, this topic has not been sufficiently explored in Ottoman history. This volume places the study of food in the mainstream of Ottoman history by analizing major issues--origins, identity, minorities, Ottomanization, the "golden age," foreign  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Amy Singer
ISBN: 9781558765139 1558765131 9781558765146 155876514X
OCLC Number: 457767120
Description: xiv, 198 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: Starting without Food: Fasting and the Early Mawlaw Order / Nicolas Trepanier ---
State Meets Society: A Study of Bozakh Bursa / Iklil O. Sekçuk ---
Blending In and Separating Out: Sixteenth-Century Anatolian Armenian Food and Feasts / Rachel Goshgarian ---
The "Michelin Guide" to Public Kitchens in the Ottoman Empire / Amy Singer ---
Ahmed Iʹs Hunting Parties: Feasting in Adversity, Enhancing the Ordinary / Tulay Artan ---
"Mr. Turkey Goes to Turkey," Or: How an Eighteenth-Century Dutch Diplomat Lunched at Topkapi Palace / Joanita Vroom.
Responsibility: edited by Amy Singer.

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Food is a marker of identity, culture, and class, and it denotes power, routine, and celebration. This volume places the study of food in the mainstream of Ottoman history by analyzing major issues -  Read more...

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