Two awards for 'Agricultural Development in the Ottoman New Age' published by İstanbul Bilgi University Press
Zafer Karademir's ‘Agricultural Development in the Ottoman New Age: Agriculture, Revenue, Trade’ published by İstanbul Bilgi University Press received two awards. The work was granted the 2023 TÜBA-TESEP Mehmet Genç Special Award and also received the Social Sciences Award at the 47th Sedat Simavi Awards organized by the Turkish Journalists Association (TGC) this year.
Since 2008, TÜBA-TESEP Awards have been given to encourage the writing and publication of qualified scientific works at the university level in all fields of science. The Sedat Simavi Awards have been given for 41 years in the fields of journalism, television, radio, caricature, literature, social sciences, life sciences, health sciences and sports in the name of Sedat Simavi, the founding President of the Turkish Journalists Association (TGC), who died on December 11, 1953.
Zafer Karademir's ‘Agricultural Development in the Ottoman New Age: Agriculture, Revenue, Trade’ is an attempt to closely examine the problem of ‘backwardness’ of Ottoman agricultural laborers and capitalists, who could not get rid of the traditional structures in the process of agricultural development, in the New Age before the modern ages. You can find detailed information about the book from this link.