Beneficence and difference: Ottoman Awqaf and “other” subjects
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Creator Professor Engin Isin
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Date 2008
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Abstract About the book: What is a Global City? Who authorizes the World Class City? This edited volume interrogates the "global cities" literature, which views the city as a shimmering, financial "global network." Through a historical-ethnographic exploration of inter-ethnic relations in the "other global" cities of Cairo, Beirut, Istanbul, Bukhara, Lhasa, Delhi, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Tokyo, the well-known contributors highlight cartographies of the Other Global City. The volume contends that thinking about the city in the longue duree and as part of a topography of interconnected regions contests both imperial and nationalist ways of reading cities that have occasioned the many and particularly violent territorial partitions in Asia and the world.
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Label Isin, Engin F. (2008). Beneficence and difference: Ottoman Awqaf and “other” subjects. In: Mayaram, Shail ed. The Other Global City. UK: Routledge, pp. 35–53.
Title Beneficence and difference: Ottoman Awqaf and “other” subjects