Politics of Honor in Ottoman Anatolia. Sexual Violence and Socio-Legal Surveillance in the Eighteenth CenturyКНИГИ » ИСТОРИЯ
Название: Politics of Honor in Ottoman Anatolia. Sexual Violence and Socio-Legal Surveillance in the Eighteenth Century Автор: Ba?ak Tu? Издательство: brill Год: 2017 Формат: pdf Страниц: 300 Размер: 76.1 Мб Язык: английский
In Politics of Honor Ba?ak Tu? examines moral and gender order of mid-eighteenth-century Anatolia through petitions and court records to reveal the new and existing mechanisms of social surveillance to overcome imperial anxieties about provincial “disorder”.
Acknowledgments?vii List of Figures?ix Abbreviations?x Introduction?1 1 Social and Legal Order in the Eighteenth Century?25 Justice, Imperial Public Order, and Ottoman Politico-Judicial Authority?34 Oligarchic Rule and Local Notables in the Eighteenth Century?50 The Kanun as Legal Practice in the Eighteenth Century?55 2 Petitioning and Intervention: A Question of Power?72 The Imperial Council and Petitions as a Reflection of Imperial Law in Legal Practice?74 Petitionary (Ahkam) Registers and Socio-legal Surveillance?86 Reporting Sexual Violence?94 Actors, Strategies, and Rhetoric?104 Petitions as a Mirror of Local Cleavages?112 3 Banditry, Sexual Violence, and Honor?127 Sexual Violence as a Sign of “Habituation” to Violence?129 Sexual Violence, Honor, and the Imperial State?140 4 The Repertoire of Sexual Crimes in the Courts?155 Why fi?l-i ?eni? (Indecent Act), but Not zina?156 Other Expressions Used in the Registers to Describe Sexual Assaults?179 5 The Penal Order of Eighteenth-century Anatolia?185 The Enigma of Crimes and Punishment in the Court Records?185 Social and Institutional Limits to the Authority of Local Judges?190 Under Whose Discretion was Sexual and Moral Order??212 In Lieu of Conclusion: Silence and Outcry in the Records?242 Conclusion?245 Bibliography?253 Index?277