1 DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY Undergraduate Curriculum Course Descriptions HIST 121 History of Civilizations-I: A basic understanding of different cultures and civilizations evolved in Central Asia, Mediterranean, Far East, and Central America from the first human being to the eighteenth century. Adler P. J., Pouweis R. L., (2006), World Civilizations. 4th ed., Belmont. Bryce, T., (2011), Handbook of the Peoples and Places of Ancient Western Asia: The Near East from the Early Bronze Age to the fall of the Persian Empire. Routledge. McKay J. P., Hill B. D., Buckler J. et al., (1994), A History of World Societies, Volume A - From Antiquity to Boston. Maxfield, J. E., (2008), A Comprehensive Outline of World History. Houston-Texas. Stearns, P. N., et al. (2011), The World Civilization: The Global Experience, Pearson. HIST 122 History of Civilizations-II: It includes social, political, cultural, and artistic developments from the eighteenth century to the Cold War. Adler, P. J., Pouweis R. L., (2006), World Civilizations. 4th ed., Belmont. Bryce, T., (2011), Handbook of the Peoples and Places of Ancient Western Asia: The Near East from the Early Bronze Age to the fall of the Persian Empire. Routledge. McKay, J. P., Hill B. D., Buckler J. et al., (1994), A History of World Societies, Volume A - From Antiquity to Boston. Maxfield, J. E., (2008), A Comprehensive Outline of World History. Houston-Texas. Stearns, P. N., et al. (2011), The World Civilization: The Global Experience, Pearson. HTR 101 Principles of Atatürk and History of Turkish Revolution-I: Tanzimat and Islahat Edicts, New Ottomans, the first Constitution, Era of Abdulhamid II and Constitutional Monarchy, the Rise of the Committee of Union and Progress, the Second Constitutional Period, Balkan Wars ( ), The First World War, the war of Independence and Lausanne Peace Treaty.
2 Findley, C., (2010), Turkey, Islam, Nationalism, and Modernity: A History. New Haven: Yale University Press. Kasaba, R., (ed., 2008), The Cambridge History of Turkey (Volume 4). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Lewis, B., (2001), The Emergence of Modern Turkey. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Shaw, S., (1976), History of the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Stone, N. (2011), Turkey: A Short History. London: Thames & Hudson. Zürcher, E. J. (2004), Turkey, A Modern History. 3rd Ed. London and New York: I.B. Taurus. HTR 102 Principles of Atatürk and History of Turkish Revolution-II: The reforms introduced in the political, economic, and social life during the modernization period; the reforms in education and legislation, Atatürk Principles and the importance of revolution, foreign policy before the Second World War, One-Party State ( ) and İsmet İnönü, the political transition to multi-party system, the Democratic Party, the military coup d etats and political developments. Findley, C., (2010), Turkey, Islam, Nationalism, and Modernity: A History. New Haven: Yale University Press. Kasaba, R., (ed., 2008), The Cambridge History of Turkey (Volume 4). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Lewis, B., (2001), The Emergence of Modern Turkey. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Shaw, S., (1976), History of the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Stone, N. (2011), Turkey: A Short History. London: Thames & Hudson. Zürcher, E. J. (2004), Turkey, A Modern History. 3rd ed. London and New York: I.B. Taurus. HIST 124 Methodology in History: Teaching the meaning of the term history, elements of history, the relationship between history and other disciplines, historical resources and research techniques, chronology knowledge, theoretical and methodological questions and approaches and analytical thinking in history. Kütükoğlu, M. (2011), Tarih Araştırmaları nda Usul. TTK.
3 Iggers, G. (2000), Yirminci Yüzyılda Tarih Yazımı. Trans. G. Ҫağalı-Güven, Tarih Vakfı, İstanbul. Tosh, J., (2008), Tarihin Peşinde. Trans. Ö. Arıkan, Tarih Vakfı, İstanbul. HIST 126 History of Central Asia: Teaching the history of the Huns, Göktürks, Uyghurs, Oghuz, Karluks and other Turkish states and communities established in Central Asia. In addition, examining the Skyths-Sakas, Western Huns, Sabars, Avars, Khazars, Bulgars, Pechenegs, Kumans and other Turkish states founded in Northern Black Sea and Northern Europe. Golden, P.M., (2002), Türk Halkları Tarihine Giriş. Trans. O. Karatay, Ankara. Cosmo, di Nicola, (2009), The Cambridge History of Inner Asia: The Chinggisid Age, Cambridge University Press; 1 edition. Kafesoğlu, İ., (1983), Türk Milli Kültürü. Boğaziçi Yay., İstanbul. Sinor, D., (1990), The Cambridge History of Early Inner Asia (Vol 1), Cambridge University Press; First edition (stated) edition, In Turkish: Erken İç Asya Tarihi, İletişim Yay (2000), İstanbul. HIST 211 Ottoman Diplomatica-I: Reading and understanding of Ottoman calligraphic styles such as riq a, divani with selected manuscripts from Ottoman chroniclers. Reference Book Ottoman Chronicles and Archival Documents. HIST 212 Ottoman Diplomatica-II: Reading and understanding of Ottoman calligraphic styles such as riq a, divani with selected manuscripts from Ottoman chroniclers. Reference Book Ottoman Chronicles and Archival Documents. HIST 311 Ottoman Diplomatica-III: This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to the format, and contents of Ottoman records, frequently used types of Ottoman archival documents, with a particular emphasis on the different kinds of script, kadı registers, as well as the calligraphy used in these documents e.g. divani, sülüs. Reference Book Ottoman Chronicles and Archival Documents.
4 HIST 312 Ottoman Diplomatica-IV: This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to the format, and contents of Ottoman records, frequently used types of Ottoman archival documents, with a particular emphasis on the different kinds of script, kadı registers, as well as the calligraphy used in these documents e.g. divani, sülüs. Reference Book Ottoman Chronicles and Archival Documents. HIST 325 History of Seljuq Empire-I: Giving an overview on the history of the Great Seljuq Empire, Syrian, Iraqi and Kerman Seljuqs and the Atabegliks. Cahen, C. (2001), Formation of Turkey, The Seljukid Sultanate of Rum, Eleventh to Fourteenth Century. Routledge, London. Cahen, C. (1899), Pre-Ottoman Turkey: A General Survey of the Material and Spiritual Culture and History, c ACLS History E-Book Project. Vyronis. S. Jr. (1971), The Decline of Medieval Hellenism in Asia Minor and the Process of Islamization from the Eleventh through the Fifteenth Century. University of California Press. Sevim, A., (1993), Anadolu nun Fethi, Selçuklular Dönemi. TTK, Ankara. Köymen, M. A., (1983), Selçuklu Devri Türk Tarihi. TTK, Ankara. Turan, O., (1980), Selçuklular Tarihi ve Türk-İslam Medeniyeti,, Dergah Yay., İstanbul. Sevim, A., Merçil, E. (1995), Selçuklu Devletleri Tarihi, Siyaset, Teşkilat ve Kültür. TTK, Ankara. Koca, S., (1997), Dandanakan dan Malazgirt e. Giresun. HIST 326 History of Seljuq Empire-II: Teaching socio-political, cultural and economic history of the Sultanate of Rum and Anatolian Beyliks. Turkish Raids into Byzantine Anatolia. Anatolia after the Battle of Manzikert. The Seljuqids and the Crusades. Mongol Conquest. Turan, O., (1984), Selçuklular Zamanında Türkiye Tarihi. Nakışlar Yayınevi, İstanbul. Merçil, E., (1985), Müslüman Türk Devletleri Tarihi. İ.Ü. Edebiyat Fakültesi Yay., İstanbul. Uzunçarşılı, İ. H. (1984), Anadolu Beylikleri ve Akkoyunlu, Karakoyunlu Devletleri. TTK., Ankara.
5 Cahen, C. (2001), Formation of Turkey, The Seljukid Sultanate of Rum, Eleventh to Fourteenth Century. Routledge, London. Cahen, C. (1899), Pre-Ottoman Turkey: A General Survey of the Material and Spiritual Culture and History, c ACLS History E-Book Project. Vyronis. S. Jr. (1971), The Decline of Medieval Hellenism in Asia Minor and the Process of Islamization from the Eleventh through the Fifteenth Century. University of California Press. Sevim, A., (1993), Anadolu nun Fethi, Selçuklular Dönemi. TTK, Ankara. HIST 323 History of Modern Europe-I: Giving an outline of political history from the fall of the Roman Empire until the Renaissance with its main highlighting events. The Migration period (Barbarian Invasions). The rise of Feudalism. Christianity in Europe. Papacy. The emergence of absolute royal states. Interrelationships of the Medieval Europe and Islamic World. Holmes, G., (ed., 2001), The Oxford Illustrated History of Medieval Europe. Oxford. Merriman, J. (2009), A History of Modern Europe: From the Renaissance to the Age of Napoleon, Vol.1. W. W. Norton & Company; 3rd edition Merriman, J. (2009), A History of Modern Europe, Vol. 2: From the French Revolution to the Present, W. W. Norton & Company; 3rd edition. Pirenne, H., (1969), Medieval Cities: Their Origins and the Revival of Trade. Princeton University Press. In Turkish Ortaçağ Kentleri (2002). Trans. Ş. Karadeniz, İstanbul. Mcneill, W. H., (2003), Dünya Tarihi. Trans. A. Şenel, İstanbul. Demirkent, I., (1997), Haçlı Seferleri. İstanbul. Baltruşaitis, J., (2001), Düşsel Ortaçağ. Trans. M. A. Kılıçbay, İstanbul. Gül, M., (2009), Ortaçağ Avrupa Tarihi. Bilge Kültür Sanat Yayınları İstanbul. HIST 324 History of Modern Europe-II: This course covers the decline of Feudalism, the new world and economic developments, Imperialism, the emergence of absolute royal states, Renaissance, Reformation and counter reformation, French Revolution, Industrial Revolution, social movements, the unification of Germany and Italy, and its socio-political and economic effects. Merriman, J., (2009), A History of Modern Europe: From the Renaissance to the Present. London, New York.
6 Wiesner, M. E., (2006), Early Modern Europe, Cambridge History of Europe, Cambridge. Heather, P. (2010), Empires and Barbarians: The Fall of Rome and the Birth of Europe. Oxford. Blanning, T. C. W., (ed., 2000) The Nineteenth Century: Europe Oxford. HIST 313 History of Roman Empire-I: This course covers the period from the Hellenistic Period to the decline of Western Roman Empire and gives an overview about the sociopolitical, cultural, and economic life in the Mediterranean. Boardman, J. et al. (eds. 2002), The Oxford History of Greece and the Hellenistic World. Oxford. Boardman, J. et al. (eds. 2001), The Oxford History of the Roman World. Oxford. Tekin, O. (2008), Eski Yunan ve Roma Tarihi ne Giriş. İletişim Yay., İstanbul. Mansel, A.M., (2011), Ege ve Yunan Tarihi. TTK, İstanbul. Freeman, C., (1999), Egypt, Greece and Rome: Civilizations of the Ancient Mediterranean. Oxford. Mosse, C., (1999), The Greek World. London. Owens, E. J., (1996), The City in the Greek and the Roman World. London. Mitchell, S., (2006), A History of the Later Roman Empire, AD : The Transformation of the Ancient World. Oxford. HIST 314 History of Roman Empire-II: Teaching the socio-political and cultural history of the period from the establishment of the Byzantine Empire to its collapse. Introduction to Byzantine History and Sources. Division of the Roman Empire. Foundation of Constantinople. Byzantine State in the fifth century. Heraclian Dynasty. Barbarian attacks and religious conflicts. Byzantine State under Emperor Justinian I, internal-foreign affais during his reign, and social and ethnic movements. The state and religion during the eighth and the ninth centuries, Byzantine Iconoclasm, social movements, and Dark Age. Macedonian Dynasty ( ). Wars agains the Arabs. The Byzantine Empire and the Crusades. The Results of the Crusades. Reconquest of Constantinople. Rise of the Ottomans and fall of Constantinople. Ostrogorsky, G., (1980), Bizans Devleti Tarihi. Trans. F. Işıltan, Ankara.
7 Mango, C., (2002), The Oxford History of Byzantium. Oxford. James, L., (ed., 2010), A Companion to Byzantium. Malden, MA. Shepard, J., (ed., 2009), The Cambridge History of the Byzantine Empire c Cambridge. HIST 411 Ottoman History-I ( ): This course includes socio-political history of the period from the establishment of the state to the death of Murad IV. Uzunçarşılı, İ. H., (1983), Osmanlı Tarihi. Vol. II, Ankara. Emecen, F. (1994), Osmanlı Devleti ve Medeniyeti Tarihi. İstanbul. Yücel, Y. (1988), Osmanlı Devlet Teşkilatına Dair Kaynaklar. Ankara. İnalcık, H., (1998), Essays in Ottoman History. İstanbul. İnalcık, H., (1997), The Ottoman Empire The Classical Age London. Uzunçarşılı, İ. H., (1983), Osmanlı Tarihi. Vols. I-II, Ankara. İnalcık, H., (1993), Osmanlı İmparatorluğu Toplum ve Ekonomi. İstanbul. Köprülü, M. F., (1981), Osmanlı İmparatorluğunun Kuruluşu. İstanbul. Wittek, P., (1938), The Rise of the Ottoman Empire. London: The Royal Asiatic Society. Emecen, F., (2001), İlk Osmanlılar ve Batı Anadolu Beylikler Dünyası, İstanbul. Imber, C., (2002), The Ottoman Empire, : The Structure of Power. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. HIST 412 Ottoman History-II ( ): It covers the political history of the period from the death of Murad IV to the Armistice of Mudros. Faroqhi, S., (2006), The Cambridge History of Turkey: The Later Ottoman Empire , Vol: 3. Kasaba, R., (2007), The Cambridge History of Turkey in the Modern World. Karal, E. Z., (1988), Osmanlı Tarihi. Vols V-VI-VII, Ankara. İhsanoğlu, E., (ed. 1999), Osmanlı Devleti Tarihi. Vols I-II, İstanbul. Uçarol, R., (2002), Siyasi Tarih. İstanbul. Ortaylı, İ., (2004), İmparatorluğun En Uzun Yüzyılı, İstanbul. Kent, M. (1999), Osmanlı İmparatorluğu nun Sonu ve Büyük Güçler. Trans. A. Fethi, İstanbul.
8 HIST 423 Ottoman Social and Economic History: This course deals with the issues related to economic and social life in the Ottoman Empire. It mainly includes the economic organization of the Empire, the changes starting with the sixteenth century and the economic reforms during the nineteenth century. İnalcık, H., (1993), Osmanlı İmparatorluğu Toplum ve Ekonomi. İstanbul. İnalcık, H., (1994), Economic and Social History of the Ottoman Empire. Cambridge. Genç, M., (2000), Osmanlı İmparatorluğunda Devlet ve Ekonomi. İstanbul. HIST 424 Socio-Economic History of Turkish Republic: This course covers economic policies of the Republic of Turkey in (transition to national economy), and development of Turkish economy in general. Tezel, Y. S., (1986), Cumhuriyet Döneminin İktisat Tarihi. Ankara. Lewis, B., (1990), Modern Türkiye nin Doğuşu. Ankara. Berkes, N., (2002), Türkiye de Çağdaşlaşma. İstanbul. Karpat, K. (1996), Türk Demokrasi Tarihi. İstanbul. Zürcher, E. (2000), Modernleşen Türkiye nin Tarihi. Istanbul. HIST History of Colonial America I II: This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of the colonial period in American history until the American Revolution. The colonial period includes: the history of North America s indigenous peoples before and through initial contact with Europeans; the establishment of European empires in North America; the early settlements; the growth of large settler colonies by men and women from England; and the political, economic, social, religious, and cultural development of the colonies during the seventeenth century and first third of the eighteenth century. It will cover themes in political, social, economic and cultural history. Among the topics that we will examine are: the indigenous peoples of North America and the impact of European colonization; the British settlement of North America; and life in the British colonies. The course aims to encourage students to think critically about significant issues in American history. More specifically, it aims to encourage students to consider how the idea of freedom has been interpreted and re-interpreted in American history and to think critically about such themes as human agency in history and how various groups are affected
9 by historical transformations. Class readings will also include writings by Winthrop, Paine, Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, Thoreau, Tocqueville and Lincoln. : Kupperman, K. O., (2012), The Atlantic in World History. Hoffer, P. C., (2006), Brave New World: History of Early America, 2 nd edition. Morgan, E. S., (2007), The Puritan Dilemma: The Story of John Winthrop. Wood, G. S., (2002), The American Revolution: A History. DEPARTMENT ELECTIVES HIST 251 History of Religions: This course offers a general introduction to various religious traditions in both their classical formulations and contemporary significance to develop academic reasoning skills through exploring their history and belief systems. While our primary focus will be on the three dominant traditions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, we will also examine Asian traditions, such as Buddhism, Jainism, Confucianism and Daoism that are also deserving of our attention. By the end of the course, students should be familiar with some of the outstanding texts, concepts, places, events, practices, and people involved in each of these traditions. Oxtoby, W. G., - Hussain, A., (2011), World Religions: Western Traditions. 3rd ed., Oxford University Press. Fisher, M. P., (2011), Living Religions. Prentice Hall, HIST 252 Islam: History, Culture and Civilization: This course examines the emergence and historical development of Islamic civilization and its local versions in Arabia, Middle East, Central Asia, North Africa and Spain. Emphasis will be placed on the social, political and intellectual history of the Muslim societies. The course offers students the chance not only to study the trajectory of early, medieval, and modern Islamic history, but also to examine the way modern historians have theorized about Islamic states and societies, and their arguments in the field. Hodgson, M. G. S., (1977), The Venture of Islam. The University of Chicago Press. Lapidus, I. M., (1988), A History of Islamic Societies. Cambridge University Press. Hourani, A., (1991), A History of the Arab Peoples. Harvard University Press.
10 Ibn Ishaq (2002), The Life of Muhammad: A Translation of Ibn Ishaq s Sirat Rasul Allah. Oxford University Press. HIST 351 Philosophy of History: This course provides students how to examine and assess the history in terms of historical philosophy including the nature of historical explanation, concentrating on narrative and alternatives, the relation between narrative and the problemoriented history of the Annales School, structure and agency in historical explanation. Collingwood, R., (1996), Tarih Tasarımı. İstanbul. Özlem, D. (2004), Tarih Felsefesi. İstanbul. Burke, P., (2002), Annales Okulu. Trans. M. Küçük, İstanbul. Braudel, F., (1992), Tarih Üzerine Yazılar. Trans. M. A. Kılıçbay, İstanbul. HIST 352 History of Science: Introducing the history of science, historical development of science and scientific knowledge from the antiquity to modern times, significant inventions and discoveries from the antiquity to today, and their impacts on humanity. Conner, C. D., (2005), Halkın Bilim Tarihi. Trans. Z. Kanburoğlu, Tübitak. Fara, P., (2012), Bilim: Dört Bin Yıllık Bir Tarih. Trans. A. Babacan, Metis. Bahadır, O. (2012), Osmanlılardan Cumhuriyete Bilim. Cumhuriyet Kitapları. HIST 353 Ancient Economic History: Introducing the sources, problems and methodological approaches of ancient economic studies. Scheidel, W., Morris, I., and Saller, P. (eds) (2007), The Cambridge Economic History of the Greco-Roman World. Cambridge, UK, New York. Biddle, J. E. et al., (2006), A Companion to the History of Economic Thought. Malden, MA: Blackwell. Finley, M. I. (2007), Antik Ҫağ Ekonomisi. Trans. H. Palaz-Erdemir, İstanbul. HIST 354 History of World War I: This course is designed to explore the origins, course, meaning, and lasting legacy of World War I as a central set of formative moments in the political, economic, social, and cultural history of twentieth-century Europe.
11 Herrmann, D. G (1996). The Arming of Europe and the Making of the First World War. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. Strachan, H., (2005), The First World War. Penguin. Fussell, P. (1975), The Great War and Modern Memory. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Neiberg, N. (2005), Fighting the Great War: A Global History. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. HIST 355 Middle Eastern Intellectual History: This course examines the dynamics of Middle Eastern intellectual history since the late nineteenth century and explores the ideas of some influential intellectuals. The objective of the course is to understand the different intellectual transformations in the Middle East and their understanding of tradition and modernity, government and democracy, religion and politics, gender, and the West as interpreted by Arab, Iranian, Turkish and Egyptian intellectuals. Students will learn how to analyze the several layers of history that those intellectuals have been trying to explain and challenge. Kurzman, C. (ed., 1998), Liberal Islam: A Sourcebook. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Sharabi, H., (1970), Arab Intellectuals and the West: the Formative Years. The John Hopkins Press. Abu-Rabi, I. (2004), Contemporary Arab Thought: Studies in Post-1967 Arab Intellectual History. London, Pluto Press. HIST 356 Turkish Cultural History: This course is a survey of the history of pre-islamic Turks of Central Asia in order to acquire important social, economic and cultural background of the Turks. Upon the successful completion of the course, the students will have knowledge on the concept of culture, key terminologies in Turkish cultural studies and transformation of Turkish culture. Ögel, B., (1991), Introduction to the History of Turkish Culture. Ankara. Ögel, B., (2001), Past and Present Ages of Turkish Culture. Istanbul. Esin, E., (1986), The Culture of the Turks: The Initial Inner Asian Phase. Ankara: TTK.
12 Esin, E., (1980), A History of Pre-Islamic and Early Islamic Turkish Culture. Istanbul: Ünal Matbaası. HIST 357 Orientalism: This course focuses on a number of theoretical approaches to the study of non-western histories, cultures, and institutions through the analysis of the critical text Orientalism by Edward Said and the counter criticism of that text across disciplines. Upon the completion of the course, students will be able to analyze contemporary scholarly theory and practice; and to discover avenues to go beyond the rhetorical binary of East versus West. Said, E., (1979), Orientalism. New York: Vintage Books. Macfie, A. L., (ed., 2000), Orientalism: A Reader. New York: NYU Press. Richardson A., (ed., 2002), Three Oriental Tales. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Varisco, D. M., (2007), Reading Orientalism. Seattle: University of Washington Press. HIST 358 Culture and Civilizations in the Age of Seljukids: This course aims to investigate the structure of the military and administrative organization the Seljukid Empire. It also deals with the economic, social and cultural life of the Seljukids. Saunders, J. J. (1965), A History of Medieval Islam. Routledge: London. Merçil, E., (2000), Müslüman Türk Devletleri Tarihi. Ankara. İbnu'l-Esîr, el-kâmil fi't-târih Tercümesi. Trans. A. Özaydın, A. Ağırakça, Vols. I-XII, İstanbul, Sevim, A., Merçil, E., (1995), Selçuklu Devletleri Tarihi, Ankara. Foltza, R. (2010), Religions of the Silk Road: Premodern Patterns of Globalization, Palgrave Macmillan; 2nd edition HIST 359 History of the Mediterranean World: This course examines the emergence and transformations of the Mediterranean as an historical object between 1600 and It will offer an overview of the historiography of the Mediterranean from Fernand Braudel to his critics, and place this historiography within the broader field of contemporary scholarship. Students will develop a deeper understanding of the Mediterranean World as a historical construct and explore important debates in European historiography.
13 Braudel, F., (1975), The Mediterranean World in the Age of Phillip II. Trans. S. Reynolds New York: Harper. Chung Lai, C., (2004), Braudel s Historiography Reconsidered. Maryland: University Press of America. HIST 451 Ottoman Institutional History-I: This course includes state organization, central and provincial Ottoman institutions, including educational, administrative, and military institutions. Emecen, F., Osmanlı Devleti ve Medeniyeti Tarihi. İnalcık, H., (1994), Economic and Social History of the Ottoman Empire. Cambridge. Genç, M., (2000), Osmanlı İmparatorluğunda Devlet ve Ekonomi. İstanbul. Uzunçarşılı, İ. H. (1998), Osmanlı Devleti Teşkilatına Medhal. Ankara. Faroqhi, S., (1994), Osmanlı da Kentler ve Kentliler. İstanbul. Pamuk, Ş., (1999), Osmanlı İmparatorluğunda Paranın Tarihi. İstanbul. HIST 452 Ottoman Institutional History-II: Examining Ottoman judicial and economic institutions. Emecen, F. (1994), Osmanlı Devleti ve Medeniyeti Tarihi. İstanbul. İnalcık, H., (1993), Osmanlı İmparatorluğu Toplum ve Ekonomi. İstanbul. Kunt, M., Faruqi, S., Gürdaydın, H., Ödekan, A., (1997), Osmanlı Devleti İstanbul. Pamuk, Ş. (1999), Osmanlı İmparatorluğunda Paranın Tarihi. İstanbul. Lapidus, I. M. (1991), A History of Islamic Societies. Cambridge. Ercan, T., (2001), Osmanlı Yönetiminde Gayrimüslimler. Ankara. Uzunçarşılı, İ. H., (1998), Osmanlı Devletinin Merkez ve Bahriye Teşkilatı. Ankara. HIST 453 Ottoman Historical Sources: An introduction to key Ottoman sources from the establishment of the Ottoman Empire through the first quarter of the twentieth century, and examination of Ottoman historiography from each period.
14 İnalcik, H., (1981-2), The Question of the Emergence of the Ottoman State, International Journal of Turkish Studies 2, Emecen, F., (2001), İlk Osmanlılar ve Batı Anadolu Beylikler Dünyası. İstanbul: Kitabevi. Kafadar, C., (1995), Between Two Worlds: The Construction of the Ottoman State. Berkeley- Los Angeles: University of California Press. Özel, O., Öz, M., (2000), Söğüt ten İstanbul a Osmanlı Devleti nin Kuruluşu Üzerine Tartışmalar. Ankara. Lindner, R. P., (1983), Nomads and Ottomans in Medieval Anatolia. Bloomington, Imber, C., (2002), The Ottoman Empire, : The Structure of Power. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Köprülü, M. F. (1991), Osmanlı Devleti'nin Kuruluşu. Ankara: TTK. Lowry, H. W., (2003), The Nature of the Early Ottoman State. New York: SUNY. Babinger, F. (1982), Osmanlı Tarih Yazarları ve Eserleri. Ankara. Fleischer, C. H. (1996), Tarihçi Mustafa Âli, Bir Osmanlı Aydın ve Bürokratı. İstanbul. Aşıkpaşazade, (1949), Tevârih-i Âl-i Osman. N.Atsız (ed.), Osmanlı Tarihleri, İstanbul. M. Neşri, (1995), Kitâb-ı Cihannümâ. Vols. I-II, Yayınlayanlar F. R.Unat - M. A. Köymen, Ankara. Tursun Bey, (1977), Târih-i Ebü l-feth. M. Tulum (ed.), İstanbul. Kemalpaşazade, Tevârih-i Âl-i Osman VII. Defter. Ş. Turan (ed.). HIST 454 Turkish-Armenian Relations: This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the Armenian question. It covers the role of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, and their socio-economic and political statuses, deportation of the Armenians in 1915, emergence of the Armenian Genocide claims, and the Asala s activities. Çiçek, K., (2011), The Great War and the Forced Migration of Ottoman Armenians, Ethol Books, İrlanda/İngiltere. Çiçek, K., (2005), Ermenilerin Zorunlu Göçü TTK, Ankara. Güçlü, Y. (2010), Armenians and the Allies in Cicilia, University of Utah Press: Salt Lake City. J.A. McCarthy, (2006), The Armenian Rebellion at Van. University of Utah Press: Salt Lake City.
15 H.Özdemir, (2008), The Ottoman Army, : Disease and Death on the Battlefield. University of Utah Press: Salt Lake City. HIST 455 Islamic Political Thought: This course examines history of Islamic political thought and practice from the Medina Covenant and the early Caliphate to modern reformulations of the state and contemporary democracy debates in Muslim countries. Students will explore themes central to political theory and practice such as governance, justice, rule of law, human rights, religion and politics. Euben, R. L., - Zaman, M. Q., (2009), Princeton Readings in Islamist Thought: Texts and Contexts from al-banna to Bin Laden. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Afsaruddin, A., (ed., 2011), Islam, the State, and Political Authority: Medieval Issues and Modern Concerns. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Watt, W. M., (1968), Islamic Political Thought: The Basic Concepts. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. HIST 456 Comparative Empires: This course is designed to compare Ottoman, Habsburg and Roman Empires in terms of political, social and economic dynamics. Bang, P. F. (co-ed., 2011), Tributary Empires in Global History. Palgrave. Barkey, K., (2013), Empire of Difference: The Ottomans in Comparative Perspective. Cambridge University Press: New York. HIST 457 Ottoman Urban History: This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of social organization of Ottoman towns, socio-economic forms of work organization (market-place, guilds, religious lodges), cultural trends, demographic characteristics and special layout of urban settlements. Inalcik, H., (1990), Istanbul: An Islamic City, Journal of Islamic Studies 1, Eldem, E., et al., (1999), The Ottoman City between East and West. Cambridge Ebel, K. A., (2005), Visual Sources for Urban History of the Ottoman Empire", TALID, Türk Şehir Tarihi Sayısı 6,