publication . Other literature type . Part of book or chapter of book . 2013

When Did Egyptians Stop Being Ottomans? An Imperial Citizenship Case Study

Hanley, Will;
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  • Published: 02 May 2013
  • Publisher: Zenodo
Abstract
Will Hanley's chapter, "When Did Egyptians Stop Being Ottomans? An Imperial Citizenship Case Study," is a nuanced study of the mutability of citizenship, particularly in contexts of questionable sovereignty. In this case, the context is the flexible, locally conditioned, and ephemeral nature of the imperial Ottoman presence in Egypt around the same time period as Elizabeth Dale's focus (in the next chapter), the end of the nineteenth century and start of the twentieth. Hanley demonstrates the persistence of the Egyptians' Ottoman status well into the twentieth century, evidence he argues has been neglected because the nature of Ottoman citizens'/subjects' member...
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free text keywords: Ottoman history, Global citizenship, Egyptian history, Empire, Citizenship
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