Mediterranean/Ottoman/Middle East

Szigetvár campaign 1566, Tatars as avantgarde

Ottoman, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern history at Princeton is studied from a variety of perspectives, from imperial, intellectual, cultural, and global history to religious, social, political, and economic history. Many faculty members are jointly appointed in Hellenic Studies and Near Eastern Studies. Piracy, material culture, Islam, slavery, Eastern Christianity, law and society, Judaism, the history of ideas, and the French colonial empire in Tunisia comprise a sampling of faculty research interests.

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