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The Climate of Rebellion in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire (Anglais) Broché – 11 juillet 2013

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“Sam White offers an exciting new approach to the problem of the ‘decline of the Ottoman Empire’ and specifically to the period of turmoil and revolt known as the ‘Celali Rebellions.’ His investigation of the effects of climate change on Ottoman agriculture and economy and the ways in which different social groups tried to manage the ensuing difficulties will revolutionize our understanding of Ottoman and Middle Eastern history.” – Linda T. Darling, University of Arizona

“In this innovative work, Sam White offers us a novel holistic view of the empire in its period of greatest expansion by connecting the eastern Mediterranean to the European historiography on the Little Ice Age and the seventeenth-century crises that followed. This is world history, Ottoman style, with a keyhole look at the whole society in a period of sustained crisis (1590s–1610) and some bold conclusions about the consequences of a series of ecological disasters and the Ottoman ability to manage them.” – Virginia H. Aksan, McMaster University

“In a balanced consideration of environmental and social factors, The Climate of Rebellion in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire gives the details of a fascinating and almost neglected story in a captivating and simultaneously vulnerable part of the world. Sam White’s well-planned structure and pleasant approach help readers to understand the multicomponent factors that led the Ottoman Empire to a crisis during the late Little Ice Age period.” – Elena Xoplaki, University of Bern

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Dr Sam White is an Assistant Professor of History at Oberlin College, where he teaches courses on global and environmental history. He has received grants and fellowships from Columbia University, the American Research Institute in Turkey and the Delmas Foundation. His articles have appeared in the International Journal of Middle East Studies and Environmental History, among other publications. This is his first book.

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