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- Teh Gallop, Annabel
- 22 illustrations
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From Anatolia to Aceh
Ottomans, Turks, and Southeast Asia
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R. Michael Feener, Southeast Asian Studies The editors have done a remarkable job here in bringing together the work of historians and philologists to produce a volume of studies tightly focused along clearly defined axes of interaction between the two regions. Their efforts have produced a book that makes significant and meaningful contributions to our understandings of these trans-regional dynamics in the history of Southeast-Asia ... this fine volume will certainly serve as an important resource for work
on this and other aspects of connection between the two regions in the future.
Robert W. Hefner, Indonesia journal The study of Ottoman influences on Muslim Southeast Asia has long been a dauntingly specialized field. In light of its linguistic, archival, and historiographic complexity, the field is likely to remain specialized and dauntingly multidisciplinary for some time to come. But it is precisely this complexity that makes this book's synthesis and depth such a welcome achievement, and a work important for all scholars intrigued by the history of Ottoman connections to
Muslim Southeast Asia.
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Andrew Peacock, University of St Andrews and Annabel Teh Gallop, The British Library
1. Introduction. Islam, Trade and Politics Across the Indian Ocean: Imagination and Reality ; 2. The Vicissitudes of Documenting a Long-distance Relationship ; THE POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIP FROM THE SIXTEENTH TO NINETEENTH CENTURIES ; 3. From Istanbul with Love: Rumours, Conspiracies and Commercial Competition in Aceh-Ottoman Relations (1550s to 1570s) ; 4. The Economic Relationship between the Ottoman Empire and Southeast Asia in the Seventeenth Century ; 5. Hadhrami Mediators of Ottoman Influence in Southeast Asia ; 6. The Ottoman Caliphate and Muslims of the Philippine Archipelago during the Early Modern Era ; INTERACTIONS IN THE COLONIAL ERA ; 7. The Ottomans and Southeast Asia Prior to the Hamidian Era: A Critique of Colonial Perceptions of Ottoman-Southeast Asian Interaction ; 8. Acehnese Appeals for Ottoman Protection in the Late Nineteenth Century ; 9. Middle Eastern States and the Philippines under Early American Rule, 1898-1919 ; 10. "We Hope to Raise the Bendera Stambul": British Forward Movement and the Caliphate on the Malay Peninsula ; 11. Indonesian Readings of Turkish History (1890s-1940s) ; CULTURAL AND INTELLECTUAL INFLUENCES ; 12. Representation of the Turkic-Turkish Theme in Traditional Malay Literature, with Special Reference to the Works of the Fourteenth to Mid-Seventeenth Centuries ; 13. New Textual Evidence for Intellectual and Religious Connections between the Ottomans and Aceh ; 14. The Influence of Ottoman Qur'ans in Southeast Asia through the Ages