BIAA/I.B.Tauris Series

In collaboration with IB Tauris, an imprint of Bloomsbury Academic, the BIAA publishes two monograph series.
The BIAA-IB Tauris Ottoman Empire and World series is a ground-breaking book series that focuses on the identity, history and society of the Ottoman world. It spans the period from the reign of Osman I in the fourteenth century to the dissolution of the Empire in the early 1920s, and it emphasises the inhabited Ottoman world. With a unique aim to bridge the gap between Turkish and Anglosphere historiographical traditions, this innovative series reveals the complexities and depths of the Ottoman world to all students of history.
The BIAA-IB Tauris Contemporary Turkey series publishes cutting edge research from a new generation of scholars working on modern Turkey across the social sciences and humanities. In bringing to light new data and insights directly from the field, this series is distinguished by its emphasis on innovative approaches that challenge established ways of examining Turkey.
Further information about the series - including how to order volumes - can be found on the Bloomsbury website.




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