"This book will stand as lasting contribution to the history of Christianity in Asia, of the Ottoman Empire, and of one of the Middle East’s largest ethnic and religious minorities." - Hannibal Travis, Visiting Associate Professor, Villanova University School of Law, and Sargon George Donabed, University of Toronto
Assyrians, Kurds, and Ottomans: Intercommunal Relations on the Periphery of the Ottoman Empire by Hirmis Aboona
This work, through its rich depictions of tribal and religious diversity within Mesopotamia, steps away from the age-old oversimplified rubric of an “Arab Muslim” Middle East, and into the cultural mosaic that is more representative of the region.
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