Wednesday, February 25, 2015

The Online Bibliography of Ottoman-Turkish Literature - Osmanlı Edebiyatı Bibliyografyası Veritabanı

The Online Bibliography of Ottoman-Turkish Literature - Osmanlı Edebiyatı Bibliyografyası Veritabanı
Welcome to The Online Bibliography of Ottoman-Turkish Literature, a free and extensive database of references to theses, books, articles, papers and projects relating to research into Ottoman-Turkish culture. Please visit the Turkish version of this site if your first language is Turkish. 

The bibliography aims to serve as the principal reference for scholars working on Turkey and the Middle East, and for specialists studying other medieval and early/modern literatures. It is open also to record-submissions from visitors, and we invite all relevant scholars and researchers to post entries relating to their works. Such submissions become available publicly following review. 

To get started, click the Search button now or press the Enter key. This will retrieve the entire contents of the database, and will cause this introduction to disappear automatically. Please refresh this page in your browser should you wish to view this text again. Alternatively, you may wish to visit the Information section for detailed explanations of all aspects of this site.

If you wish to symbolise a link to this site from another by means of an icon, you may wish to employ the image that you see here to the right. To use this, drag a copy of the icon onto your desktop and proceed accordingly from there. See the section on icons in the Information pages for further information and for icons of different sizes. 

Note that the Turkish and English versions of this site differ in the language in which they deliver their static content (labels, button-legends, etc.), but not in the language in which a given record was submitted. Note also that this site employs JavaScript extensively, such that disabling JavaScript in your browser renders the database-functionality inoperable. Nevertheless, this site is safe to use in that it does not employ ActiveX technologies, nor JavaScript from external sources.

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