‘The frontier in Ottoman history’. It is difficult to overestimate the significance of this phrase as a dominating concept within the limited range of formulations which have shaped the writing of Ottoman history since it emerged as a separate academic discipline nearly a century ago. Why should this be so, and why, after so long an interval, should it still be necessary to adopt a historiographical rather than a historical approach to the subject?
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