DOI:10.1353/BH.2017.0000
Corpus ID: 165492494
Did Ottoman Sultans Ban Print?
Kathryn A. Schwartz
Published 2017
History

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This paper argues that the study of Ottoman printing developed from the European experience of print, and that this history continues to impact contemporary scholarship on the topic unduly. To… Expand
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