SOAS University of London

Department of History, School of History, Religions & Philosophies

H443 Reform, Resistance and Revolution: the Ottoman Empire 1876-1909 (II)

Module Code:
Module Not Running 2019/2020
Taught in:
Full Year
This involves the writing of a 10,000 word essay, which has to be based on primary sources. There is no written examination. Except in the case of Independent Study Projects (ISPs), they must be taken in conjunction with the corresponding Advanced-level course; the two units together constitute a Special Subject.


To be taken with Reform, Resistance & Revolution: the Ottoman Empire, 1876-1909 (I)

  • This Module is capped at 15 places.
  • Students  enrol via the on-line Module Sign-Up system. Students are advised of the timing of this process via email by the Faculty Office

Objectives and learning outcomes of the module

The course aims to provide an appraisal of a critical period in the formation of the modern Middle East. At the end of the course, students should foster an understanding of the advantages and disadvantages inherent to working with different type of primary historical sources. 


2 hour tutorial

Method of assessment

100% Coursework.


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