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Title Ordinary Jerusalem, 1840-1940 : opening new archives, revisiting a global city / edited by Angelos Dalachanis and Vincent Lemire
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2018]
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Series Open Jerusalem ; Volume 1
Open Jerusalem (Series) ; v. 1
Contents Introduction -- Placing Jerusalemites in the History of Jerusalem: The Ottoman Census (sicil-i nüfūs) as a Historical Source -- Introducing Jerusalem: Visiting Cards, Advertisements and Urban Identities at the Turn of the 20th Century -- The Ethiopian Orthodox Community in Jerusalem: New Archives and Perspectives on Daily Life and Social Networks, 1840–1940 -- Between Ottomanization and Local Networks: Appointment Registers as Archival Sources for Waqf Studies. The Case of Jerusalem’s Maghariba Neighborhood -- Foreign Affairs through Private Papers: Bishop Porfirii Uspenskii and His Jerusalem Archives, 1842–1860 -- The Brotherhood, the City and the Land: Patriarchal Archives and Scales of Analysis of Greek Orthodox Jerusalem in the Late Ottoman and Mandate Periods: Introduction : The State and the City, the State in the City: Another Look at Citadinité -- Collective Petitions (ʿarż-ı maḥżār) as a Reflective Archival Source for Jerusalem’s Networks of Citadinité in the late 19th Century -- Back into the Imperial Fold: The End of Egyptian Rule through the Court Records of Jerusalem, 1839–1840 -- An Institution, Its People and Its Documents: The Russian Consulate in Jerusalem through the Foreign Policy Archive of the Russian Empire, 1858–1914 -- Diplomacy, Communal Politics, and Religious Property Management: The Case of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem in the Early Mandate Period -- Comparing Ottoman Municipalities in Palestine: The Cases of Nablus, Haifa, and Nazareth, 1864–1914 -- Municipal Jerusalem in the Age of Urban Democracy: On the Difference between What Happened and What Is Said to Have Happened: Introduction -- Reading the City, Writing the Self: Arabic and Hebrew Urban Texts in Jerusalem, 1840–1940 -- Arab–Zionist Conversations in Late Ottoman Jerusalem: Saʿid al-Husayni, Ruhi al-Khalidi and Eliezer Ben-Yehuda -- Ben-Yehuda in his Ottoman Milieu: Jerusalem’s Public Sphere as Reflected in the Hebrew Newspaper Ha-Tsevi, 1884–1915 -- Men at Work: The Tipografia di Terra Santa, 1847–1930 -- The St. James Armenian Printing House in Jerusalem: Scientific and Educational Activities, 1833–1933 -- The Wasif Jawharriyeh Collection: Illustrating Jerusalem during the First Half of the 20th Century: Introduction -- “The Preservation and Safeguarding of the Amenities of the Holy City without Favour or Prejudice to Race or Creed”: The Pro-Jerusalem Society and Ronald Storrs, 1917–1926 -- Governing Jerusalem’s Children, Revealing Invisible Inhabitants: The American Colony Aid Association, 1920s–1950s -- Epidemiology and the City: Communal vs. Intercommunal Health Policy-Making in Jerusalem from the Ottomans to the Mandate, 1908–1925 -- Being on a List: Class and Gender in the Registries of Jewish Life in Jerusalem, 1840–1900 -- The Tramway Concession of Jerusalem, 1908–1914: Elite Citizenship, Urban Infrastructure, and the Abortive Modernization of a Late Ottoman City -- Waqf Endowments in the Old City of Jerusalem: Changing Status and Archival Sources -- The Limitations of Citadinité in Late Ottoman Jerusalem -- Bibliography -- Index of Persons
Summary In Ordinary Jerusalem, 1840–1940, Angelos Dalachanis, Vincent Lemire and thirty-five scholars, mostly young academics, utilize new archives to revisit the global, extraordinary city of Jerusalem in the late Ottoman and Mandate periods
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Municipal government -- Jerusalem
Urban anthropology -- Jerusalem
HISTORY / Middle East / General
Municipal government.
Urban anthropology.
Jerusalem -- History -- 19th century
Jerusalem -- History -- 20th century
Middle East -- Jerusalem.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Ḏalachanēs, Angelos, editor
Lemire, Vincent, 1973- editor
LC no. 2018019932
ISBN 9004375740
9789004375741 (E-book)
(hardback ; alk. paper)