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Legal Status of Ottoman non-Muslims in Bosnia (1463-1699). A Case Study


Kursar, Vjeran
Legal Status of Ottoman non-Muslims in Bosnia (1463-1699). A Case Study, 2007., magistarski rad, Dept. of History, Ankara


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Naslov
Legal Status of Ottoman non-Muslims in Bosnia (1463-1699). A Case Study

Autori
Kursar, Vjeran

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Ocjenski radovi, magistarski rad

Fakultet
Dept. of History

Mjesto
Ankara

Datum
26.09

Godina
2007

Stranica
276

Mentor
Radushev, Evgeni

Ključne riječi
non-Muslims; zimmis; Islamic law; sultanic law; Ottoman Bosnia; Roman Catholics; Orthodox Christians; churches.

Sažetak
Since the emergence Islam Muslim states included great number of non-Muslim subjects. The manner in which Islamic states regulated the position of non-Muslims is the central topic of the thesis. The Ottoman Empire was yet another Islamic state with large number of non-Muslim subjects, but its legal system was somewhat different from that of its predecessors. In addition to Islamic law, legislation of the Empire was based on the ‘örfî law that was enacted by the sultan in order to serve pragmatic needs of the state. Correlation between the şerî‘at and the sultanic law, and their influence on the status of non-Muslims, is examined on the example of the fetvâs as legal documents issued by the müftîs and şeyhülislâms as representatives of the Islamic law, and the kânûns and kânûnnâmes as legal acts of the administration. The legislation of the state was generally guided by political considerations, which sometimes might have been beneficial for non-Muslims, or, conversely, it might have deteriorated their status. On the other hand, the şerî‘at kept non-Muslims in somewhat underprivileged status, but it was guaranteeing their basic rights. The area under study is restricted to the territory of the province of Bosnia, with occasional references to the adjacent regions. Border character of Bosnia and often wars inevitably influenced the society in general. Depending on circumstances, the position of Bosnian non-Muslims – Roman Catholics and Orthodox Christians - oscillated, being sometimes above and other times below the prescriptions of the şerî‘at.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Povijest



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Projekt / tema
130-1012604-1028 - Turski izvori za demografsku sliku hrvatskog prostora i okruženja (16.-18. st.) (Nenad Moačanin, )

Ustanove
Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb

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Kursar, Vjeran
Legal Status of Ottoman non-Muslims in Bosnia (1463-1699). A Case Study, 2007., magistarski rad, Dept. of History, Ankara
Kursar, V. (2007) 'Legal Status of Ottoman non-Muslims in Bosnia (1463-1699). A Case Study', magistarski rad, Dept. of History, Ankara.
@phdthesis{phdthesis, author = {Kursar, V.}, year = {2007}, pages = {276}, keywords = {non-Muslims, zimmis, Islamic law, sultanic law, Ottoman Bosnia, Roman Catholics, Orthodox Christians, churches.}, title = {Legal Status of Ottoman non-Muslims in Bosnia (1463-1699). A Case Study}, keyword = {non-Muslims, zimmis, Islamic law, sultanic law, Ottoman Bosnia, Roman Catholics, Orthodox Christians, churches.}, publisherplace = {Ankara} }




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