Article ID: CBB388526889

Scholars of Andalusian Origin and their Contribution to Ottoman Science (2015)

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This survey study reveals hitherto unknown aspects of scientific exchange between Andalusian and Ottoman scholars. The first outcome of these aspects came out during the long years of surveying, compiling and editing of the 18 volumes of Ottoman Scientific Literature which unveiled information about the emigration a number of Muslim and Jewish scholars to the Ottoman Empire after the fall of Granada (1492). Scholars of Arab origin mainly settled in North Africa and the province of Egypt, while the Jewish settled mostly in İstanbul and Salonica. These scholars produced works in order to prove their abilities and to be accepted by scholarly circles. Through these works, Ottoman scholars came into contact with new sources including the tradition of the “Renaissance” which was unknown to them. Some of these scholars were encouraged and given imperial patronage and some of the physicians rose to the position of palace physician to Suleyman the Magnificent. This paper gives a detailed account on life and works of the Andalusian scholars who came to Ottoman Empire in different waves of immigration as well as it tries to shed light on the later comers and their interaction with Ottoman scholars.

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Authors & Contributors
Harris, Bernard
Medawar, Jean
Perutz, Max F.
Pyke, David
Sonnert, Gerhard
Holton, Gerald James
Journals
Medieval Encounters
Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences
Dynamis: Acta Hispanica ad Medicinae Scientiarumque Historiam Illustrandam
Social History of Medicine
Medical History
Intellectual History of the Islamicate World
Publishers
Edizioni Cadmo
Arcade Publishing
Palgrave Macmillan
Rutgers University Press
University of Southampton (United Kingdom)
Université Paul-Valéry
Concepts
Emigration; immigration
Jews
Arab/Islamic world, civilization and culture
Cross-cultural interaction; cultural influence
National Socialism
Medicine
People
Einstein, Albert
Petrovic, George
Places
Andalusia (Spain)
Germany
United States
Ottoman Empire
British Isles
Great Britain
Times
20th century
20th century, early
9th century
10th century
Medieval
12th century
Institutions
Université de Montpellier
National Museum of Science and Technology, National Museums of Canada, in cooperation with the Engineering Centennial Board
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