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1Age of Rogues: Transgressive Politics at the Frontiers of the Ottoman Empire
2Gendered Narratives of Transgressive Politics: Recovering Revolutionary Rubina
3Caucasian Banditry in Late Imperial Russia: The Case of Abrek Zelimkhan
4Racketeers in Politics: Theoretical Reflections on Strong-man Performances in Late Qajar Iran
5Conspiracy under Trial: Christian Brigands, Rebels and Activists in Bosnia during the Tanzimat
6The Abode of Sedition: Resistance, Repression and Revolution in Sasun, 1891–1904
7Conspiracy, International Police Cooperation and the Fight against Anarchism in the Late Ottoman Empire, 1878–1908
8Between Ruler and Rogue: Sayyid Talib al-Naqib and the British in Early Twentieth-century Basra
9Chemistry of Revolution: Naum Tyufekchiev and the Trajectories of Revolutionary Violence in the Late Ottoman Europe
10Late-Ottoman ‘Rogues’ and their Paths to Power: A Prosopographic Study
11A Man of the Frontier: Ramadan Shallash and the Making of the Post‑Ottoman Arab East
12The Last Ottoman Rogues: The Kurdish–Armenian Alliance in Syria and the New State System in the Interwar Middle East
- Age of Rogues
- Ramazan Hakkı Öztan, Alp Yenen
- Edinburgh University Press
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