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Permeable Borders of Faith and Politics: The Ottomans and Safavids in the Western Eye

A review essay covering books by: 1) Sonja Brentjes, Travellers from Europe in the Ottoman and Safavid Empires, 16th-17th Centuries, (2010); 2) James G. Harper [Ed], The Turk and Islam in the Western Eye: Visual Imagery Before Orientalism, (2011); and 3) Giovanni Ricci, Appello al Turco: I Confini I... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 0, 2013, Vol.56(3), pp.503-513
Main Author: Soykut, Mustafa
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