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This front matter section of this book titled Living in the Ottoman Ecumenical Community contains the table of contents and an introduction. This book dedicated to Suraiya Faroqhi shows that the early modern world was not only characterized by its having been split up into states with closed frontiers. Writing history "from the bottom", by treating the Ottoman Empire and other countries as "subjects of history", reduces the importance of political borders for doing historical research. Each social, economic and religious group had its own world-view and in most of the cases the borders of these communities were not identical with the political frontiers.

Keywords: Ottoman empire; political frontiers

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