Ottoman Women : Myth and Reality  - Sancar, Aslı

Ottoman Women : Myth and Reality

Aslı Sancar

Yayınevi: Light

Yayın tarihi: 03/2008

ISBN: 9781597841153

İngilizce | 192 Sayfa |

Tür: Osmanlı Tarihi  |  Kültür Tarihi

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Guided by the accounts of such female travellers as Lady Montagu, Julia Pardoe, and Lucy Garnett, all of whom lived in Ottoman lands for significant periods of time, this beautifully illustrated book explores - and hopes to overturn - the 19th-century stereotypes of Ottoman women. Both Eastern and Western accounts of Turkish society during that time made much of the harem, with the Orientalists describing Turkish women as exotic, indolent, and depraved, while some European writers described them as noble and elegant.Then, with the advent of the first women's movement in the West, the harem began to be criticised as an institution that trapped women and enforced their submission to men. All of these ideas were refuted by Montagu, Pardoe, and Garnett, who argued that Ottoman women were perhaps the freest in the world; this book backs up that claim with historical research showing that women frequently prevailed in cases against their husbands and other male relatives in the Ottoman courts.

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