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Society, Law, and Culture in the Middle East : "Modernities" in the Making (Hardcover)

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This volume seeks to deepen and broaden our understanding of various forms of change in Middle Eastern and North African societies during the Ottoman period. It offers an in-depth analysis of reforms and gradual change in the longue durée, challenging the current discourse on the relationship between society, culture, and law.

Number of Pages: 166.0
Genre: History

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