By Duygu Köksal
In "A Social background of the past due Ottoman Women," Duygu Koksal and Anastasia Falierou assemble new study on girls of alternative geographies and groups of the overdue Ottoman Empire focusing rather at the ways that girls won strength and exercised agency."
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Karakışla, Yavuz Selim. ” Tarih ve Toplum 212 (August 2001), 29–37; 213 (September 2001), 21–33; 214 (October 2001), 41–55. ——. ” Tarih ve Toplum 112 (April 2003), 25–27. ——. ” Toplumsal Tarih 63 (March 1999), 15–24. ——. ” Tarih ve Toplum 232 (April 2003), 11–20. ——. ” Tarih ve Toplum 233 (May 2003), 52–60. ——. ” Tarih ve Toplum 234 (June 2003), 359–368. ——. Women, Work and War in the Ottoman Empire: Society for the Employment of Ottoman Muslim Women 1916–1923. Istanbul: Ottoman Bank Archive and Research Center, 2005.
A Social History of Late Ottoman Women by Duygu Köksal