Ottoman empire - season 1. Visions of the Ottoman Empire [electronic resource]
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (36 video files (approximately 1080 min.)) : sd., col.
- Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses, 2017.
- Distributor: Made available through hoopla
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Episode 26 Defeat and Retreat Episode 4 Ottoman Sultans of Bursa Episode 31 The Empire at Total War, 1914-1916 Episode 19 Sultan and Emperor Episode 16 Ottoman Constantinople Episode 11 Timariots, Peasants, and Pastoralists Episode 35 The Emergence of the Turkish Republic Episode 30 The Road to World War I Episode 23 Napoleon Invades Ottoman Egypt Episode 22 The Empire at Bay, 1699-1798 Episode 17 The Sultan at War Episode 13 Arabs under the Ottoman Caliph Episode 6 Mehmet the Conqueror, 1451-1481 Episode 29 War in Libya and the Balkans, 1911-1913 Episode 28 Constitutional Reform, 1908-1913 Episode 25 Tanzimat and Modernization, 1839-1876 Episode 24 Crisis: Muhammad Ali and Balkan Nationalists Episode 20 Sultan and Venice Episode 1 Sublime Porte Episode 33 Mustafa Kemal, Atatrk Episode 21 Kp̲rl Viziers and Imperial Revival Episode 8 Suleiman the Magnificent, 1520-1566 Episode 3 The Islamization of Asia Minor Episode 34 Casualties of War and Ethnic Cleansing Episode 27 The Sultan Returns Episode 15 Sunni Islam and Ottoman Civilization Episode 7 Selim the Grim and the Conquest of Cairo Episode 2 Seljuk Turks in Asia Minor Episode 32 Ottoman Collapse, 1916-1918 Episode 18 Sultan and Shah Episode 14 Christians and Jews under the Porte Episode 10 The Sultan-Caliph and His Servants Episode 5 Defeat and Recovery, 1402-1451 Episode 12 Trade, Money, and Cities Episode 9 Sultans in Topkapi, 1566-1648 Episode 36 Nation-States, Islam, and the Ottoman Legacy.
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Kenneth W. Harl.
Join Professor Kenneth W. Harl for The Ottoman Empire: 36 enlightening lectures that investigate the nature of Ottoman identity, the achievements and oddities of the sultan's court, and stories of confrontation and cooperation with the West.
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