Princeton Series of Middle Eastern Sources in Translation
Series editor Şükrü Hanioğlu
The purpose of this series is to provide reasonably priced translations into English of Middle Eastern sources. The first volume to appear is a partial translation of Kâtip Çelebi’s Tuhfet ül-Kibar fi Esfar il-Bihar, or The History of the Maritime Wars of the Turks, a seventeenth-century account of Ottoman naval history from the conquest of Constantimople to the author’s death in 1657. The second volume is an edition of Heinz Halm’s The Arabs: A Short History, which has been expanded to include the addition of 150 pages of annotated documents. The third volume is a collection of fatwas on Muslims living under non-Muslim rule.
Oppressed in the Land? Fatwās on Muslims Living under Non-Muslim Rule from the Middle Ages to the PresentOppressed in the Land? Fatwās on Muslims Living under Non-Muslim Rule from the Middle Ages to the PresentBookDoes Islamic law allow Muslims to live under the rule of non-Muslims? Does it matter who the non-Muslims are? Does it matter how Muslims are treated? How does minority status influence the practice of Islamic forms of worship, charity,...
The History of the Maritime Wars of the TurksExpanded, edited, and annotated by Svatopluk SoucekBookThis book encompasses the entire scope of the Ottoman Empire’s expansion from the conquest of Constantinople to that of Crete. It is also the story of Hayrettin Barbarossa, the great corsair whom Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent appointed...9781558765474
The Arabs: A Short HistoryExpanded edition with documents selected and edited by Luke Yarbrough and Oded Zinger.BookThis new edition of Heinz Halm’s The Arabs: A Short History (Princeton, NJ: Markus Wiener, 2012) includes 150 pages of primary sources selected, edited, and in some cases translated by NES graduate students Luke Yarbrough and Oded Zinger...9781558765450