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Contacts between Islam and Christendom in the Early Modern Period

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Kod przedmiotu: 3104-WH19ER-NKROL-OG Kod Erasmus / ISCED: 08.3 / (0222) Historia i archeologia
Nazwa przedmiotu: Contacts between Islam and Christendom in the Early Modern Period
Jednostka: Instytut Historyczny
Grupy: Przedmioty ogólnouniwersyteckie humanistyczne
Przedmioty ogólnouniwersyteckie Instytutu Historycznego
Przedmioty ogólnouniwersyteckie na Uniwersytecie Warszawskim
Wykłady historyczne
Zajęcia obcojęzyczne w IH UW
Punkty ECTS i inne: 2.00
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Język prowadzenia: angielski
Rodzaj przedmiotu:

fakultatywne
ogólnouniwersyteckie

Założenia (opisowo):

Students are required to have a good working knowledge of English in order to read the required literature and actively participate in the discussions.



Skrócony opis: (tylko po angielsku)

This course examines contacts between Islam and Christendom in the Early Modern Period in Europe. It provides an overview of political relations between Christian and Islamic states with special focus on relations between Poland-Lithuania and its Muslim neighboring polities. It explores a variety of “contact zones” such as diplomacy, trade (including slave trade), war, and art as well as the role played in this cross-cultural communication by “inter-cultural” people. Finally, basing on recent studies of Muslim presence in Europe and vice-versa, it examines the images of the “Turks” in the West and the “Franks” in the East.

Pełny opis: (tylko po angielsku)

I. An overview of political relations between Christian and Islamic states in Europe (1453-1774), part I.

Caroline Finkel, Osman's Dream: The History of the Ottoman Empire, London-New York 2005.

II. An overview of political relations between Christian and Islamic states in Europe (1453-1774), part II.

Caroline Finkel, Osman's Dream: The History of the Ottoman Empire, London-New York 2005.

III. An overview of political relations between Christian and Islamic states in Europe (1453-1774), part III.

Caroline Finkel, Osman's Dream: The History of the Ottoman Empire, London-New York 2005.

IV. Poland-Lithuania and its Muslim neighboring states (1572-1794).

1. Dariusz Kołodziejczyk D., The Crimean Khanate and Poland-Lithuania. International Diplomacy on the European Periphery (15th-18th Century). A Study of Peace Treaties Followed by Annotated Documents, Leiden-Boston, 2011

2. Dariusz Kołodziejczyk, Ottoman-Polish Diplomatic Relations (15th-18th Century): An Annotated Edition of 'Ahdnames' and Other Documents, Leiden-Boston 2000, s. 99-109

V. The Christian-Islamic frontier in Europe. The issue of the Christian tributary states of the Ottoman Empire.

The European Tributary States of the Ottoman Empire in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, eds. Gábor Kármán and Lovro Kunčević, Leiden-New York 2013

VI. Trans-imperial subjects and inter-cultural individuals in mutual relations.

1. E. Natalie Rothman, Interpreting Dragomans: Boundaries and Crossings in the Early Modern Mediterranean, „Comparative Studies in Society and History”, Volume 51, Issue 04, October 2009, pp 771-800.

2. Michael Polczynski, The Relacyja of Sefer Muratowicz: 1601-1602 private royal envoy of Sigismund III Vasa to Shah 'Abbas, „Turkish Historical Review” 2014.

3. Jan Reychman, Tłumacze języków wschodnich w Polsce XVIII wieku, Warszawa 1947.

4. Suraya Faroqui, Subjects of the Sultan. Culture and Daily Life in the Ottoman Empire, New York 2005.

5. Halil Inalcık, Eastern and Western cultures in Dimitrie Cantemir's work in: The Middle East and the Balcans under the Ottoman Empire. Essays on economy and society, p. 412-414, Indiana 1974.

6. Dimitrie Cantemir : historian of South East European and oriental civilizations / edited by Alexandru Dutu and Paul Cernovodeanu ; with a foreword by Professor Halil Inalcık, Bucarest 1973.

VII. Pirates and merchants. Muslims and Christians in the Eastern Part of the Mediterranean Sea.

1. Fernand Braudel, The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Philip II (various editions; the first one published in French in 1949).

2. David Abulafia, The Great Sea: A Human History of the Mediterranean, Oxford 2010.

3. Molly Greene, Catholic Pirates and Greek Merchants. A Martime history of the Early Modern Mediterranean, Princeton 2010.

4. Salvatore Bono, Schiavi musulmani nell'Italia moderna: Galeotti, vu' cumpra', domestici, Perugia 1999.

5. Opanowanie w r. 1627 przez Marka Jakimowskiego okrętu tureckiego [Gaining control over an Ottoman Galley by Marek Jakimowski in 1627], ed. B. Śląski, Poznań 1927.

VIII. “Turks” in the West (diplomats, travelers, merchants, slaves).

1. Bernard Lewis, The Muslim Discovery of Europe;

2. Fatma Göçek, East Encounters West. France and the Ottoman Empire in the Eighteenth Century;

3. Le paradis des infidèles; Relation de Yirmisekiz Çelebi Mehmed efendi, ambassadeur ottoman en France sous la Régence by Mehmed Efendi, Julien-Claude Galland (Translator), Gilles Veinstein (Contributor);

4. Leben und Abenteuer des Dolmetschers Osman Aga, ed. Richard Franz Kreutel, Otto Spies;

5. Virginia Aksan, Ahmed Resmi Efendi. An Ottoman Statesman in War and Peace.

IX. Europeans in the East (diplomats, travelers, scholars, slaves, missionaries).

1. Oghier Ghistain de Busbecq, The Turkish Letters, 2001 (fragmenty)

2. H. Inalcık, A Case Study in Renaissance Diplomacy: the Agreement between Innocent VIII and Bayezid II on Djem Sultan, w: Ottoman Diplomacy. Convencional or Unconventional, wyd. A. N. Yurdusev, New York 2004, s. 66-88

3. Samuel Twardowski, Przeważna legacyja Krzysztofa Zbaraskiego od Zygmunta III do Sołtana Mustafy, wyd. R. Krzywy, Warszawa 2000, s. 164-165 i 168-170.

4. A. S. Francisco, Luther’s Knowledge of and Attitude Towards Islam, w: The Routledge Reader in Christian-Muslim Relations, wyd. M. Siddiqui, London-New York 2013, s. 129-153.

X. The Ottomans in Renaissance Art

The Sultan's World: The Ottoman Orient in Renaissance, ed. Robert Born, Brussels 2015.

XI. The Persian Empire described by the English and Italian authors

1. Jane Grogan, The Persian Empire in English Renaissance Writing, 1549-1622, Palgrave-Macmillan, New York 2014.

2. Rudi Matthee, Persia in Crisis. Safavid Decline and the Fall of Isfahan, I. B. Tauris, New York 2012.

3. Roger Savory, Iran Under the Safavids; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1980.

4. Bogdan Składanek, Historia Persji, vol. 3, Dialog, Warszawa 1997.

5. Penelope Tuson, "Scholars and Amazons: Researching Women Travellers in the Arabian Gulf", Liwa, Journal of the National Center for Documentation & Research, Abu Dhabi, Vol. 5, No. 9, June 2013, pp. 15-31.

6. Chick, H. (ed.), A Chronicle of the Carmelites in Persia and the Papal Mission of the 16th and 17th Centuries, 2 vols., London 1939 (2nd edition: I. B. Tauris, London-New York 2012).

XII. Evaluation and Crediting.

Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

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Efekty uczenia się: (tylko po angielsku)

Upon completion of the course, the student is introduced, on the one hand, to the history of the political relations between Christian and Islamic states in Europe in the Early Modern Period, and, on the other hand, to a variety of “contact zones” in communication between individuals and groups belonging to Christian and Islamic worlds. Therefore, the student should have basic knowledge on contacts between Christian and Muslims in Europe.

Metody i kryteria oceniania: (tylko po angielsku)

The main criterion for crediting is a test administered during the last class.

Students also have the possibility of writing an additional essay and obtaining additional 2 ECTS credits (on condition of successfully passing the test).

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Okres: 2020-02-17 - 2020-08-02
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