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A Mouthpiece for The Ottoman Empire: The Balkan Gazette in Bulgaria Ay

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A Mouthpiece for The Ottoman Empire: The Balkan Gazette in Bulgaria -
A Mouthpiece for The Ottoman Empire: The Balkan Gazette in Bulgaria - #smrgKİTABEVİ
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This study analyzes the Plovdiv (Bulgaria) based Ottoman language newspaper Balkan between 1910 and 1911, when confrontations between the successor Balkan states over Ottoman Macedonia radicalized. As a propaganda organ of the Ottoman Committee of Union and Progress (CUP), this medium aimed to undermine Bulgarian state's moral claims over Macedonia and to foster Young Turk governance's legitimization in the eyes of different Muslim communities through its coverage consumed by a vast Muslim readership both in Bulgaria, Macedonia and other provinces of the Ottoman Empire.

To these ends, Balkan laid a wide surveillance mechanism over the Muslims in Bulgaria and Macedonia by employing readers' letters to report on Bulgarian infringements in their respective localities. It further sought to politically and socially educate Muslims to enable their opposition to the Bulgarian state and secure their loyalty to the Ottoman Empire and the CUP. Yet, this project did not remain uncontested as deep cleavages existed among Bulgaria's Muslims in terms of cooperation with Bulgarian political parties, conservative religious attitudes and support to the CUP regime. Overall, this research delineates the continuation of imperial networks in sovereign nation states and their usage as ideological tools.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF FIGURES
ABBREVIATIONS
INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 1 THEORETICAL CHAPTER
Theoretical Framework
Methodology
Readers' Letters and "Watchdog Journalism"
CHAPTER 2 BALKAN'S UNIQUE POSITION AS AN OTTOMAN IDEOLOGICAL MOUTHPIECE IN ANOTHER SOVEREIGN NATION
Biography of Ethem Ruhi and His Enterprise Balkan
The Discoursive Content of Balkan
Attacks against Malinov's Democratic Government and the Call for Muslim Political Mobilization
The Conundrum of Macedonia
CUP Propaganda
CHAPTER 3 BALKAN READERS' LETTERS TO THE EDITORS
Reports of Ethnic Conflict in Bulgaria and Macedonia and Challenges to the Bulgarian State
Attempts for the Political Mobilization of Muslims via Education
A Fragmented Community
Muslim 'Partizans' as Internal Traitors
'Partizans' in Educational Commisions and Limits of Modern Education
Endowment Brokers' as 'Partizans'
High-Ranking Muslim Officials as "Partizans" and "Partizan Traitors in Elections"
Letters about the 'Ottoman Patriotism' and Albania
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
INDEX

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    • This study analyzes the Plovdiv (Bulgaria) based Ottoman language newspaper Balkan between 1910 and 1911, when confrontations between the successor Balkan states over Ottoman Macedonia radicalized. As a propaganda organ of the Ottoman Committee of Union and Progress (CUP), this medium aimed to undermine Bulgarian state's moral claims over Macedonia and to foster Young Turk governance's legitimization in the eyes of different Muslim communities through its coverage consumed by a vast Muslim readership both in Bulgaria, Macedonia and other provinces of the Ottoman Empire.

      To these ends, Balkan laid a wide surveillance mechanism over the Muslims in Bulgaria and Macedonia by employing readers' letters to report on Bulgarian infringements in their respective localities. It further sought to politically and socially educate Muslims to enable their opposition to the Bulgarian state and secure their loyalty to the Ottoman Empire and the CUP. Yet, this project did not remain uncontested as deep cleavages existed among Bulgaria's Muslims in terms of cooperation with Bulgarian political parties, conservative religious attitudes and support to the CUP regime. Overall, this research delineates the continuation of imperial networks in sovereign nation states and their usage as ideological tools.

      TABLE OF CONTENTS
      LIST OF FIGURES
      ABBREVIATIONS
      INTRODUCTION
      CHAPTER 1 THEORETICAL CHAPTER
      Theoretical Framework
      Methodology
      Readers' Letters and "Watchdog Journalism"
      CHAPTER 2 BALKAN'S UNIQUE POSITION AS AN OTTOMAN IDEOLOGICAL MOUTHPIECE IN ANOTHER SOVEREIGN NATION
      Biography of Ethem Ruhi and His Enterprise Balkan
      The Discoursive Content of Balkan
      Attacks against Malinov's Democratic Government and the Call for Muslim Political Mobilization
      The Conundrum of Macedonia
      CUP Propaganda
      CHAPTER 3 BALKAN READERS' LETTERS TO THE EDITORS
      Reports of Ethnic Conflict in Bulgaria and Macedonia and Challenges to the Bulgarian State
      Attempts for the Political Mobilization of Muslims via Education
      A Fragmented Community
      Muslim 'Partizans' as Internal Traitors
      'Partizans' in Educational Commisions and Limits of Modern Education
      Endowment Brokers' as 'Partizans'
      High-Ranking Muslim Officials as "Partizans" and "Partizan Traitors in Elections"
      Letters about the 'Ottoman Patriotism' and Albania
      CONCLUSION
      REFERENCES
      INDEX

      Stok Kodu
      :
      9786257900584
      Boyut
      :
      14x21
      Sayfa Sayısı
      :
      278 s.
      Basım Yeri
      :
      İstanbul
      Baskı
      :
      1
      Basım Tarihi
      :
      2020
      Kapak Türü
      :
      Karton Kapak
      Kağıt Türü
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      Enso
      Dili
      :
      İngilizce
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