The scientific Role of the Kurds in the Ottoman Empire during the 16th and 17th centuries

Sub Categories: History
Publisher: The Kurdish Academy in Erbil, 2013

Title: الدور العلمي للكورد في الدولة العثمانية خلال القرن السادس عشر والسابع عشر
Researcher: Nazdar Jalil Mostafa Mostafa
Thesis Type: Master
Year: 2010
Pages: 129
Language: Arabic
University: Salahaddin University-Erbil
Country: Iraqi Kurdistan
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The first chapter deals with the roots of the relationship between Kurdistan and the Ottoman state since the establishment of this state in Northern Kurdistan. Kurdistan is the incubator of scientists who later contributed to the building of the Ottoman Empire.
Chapter II deals with the centers where the Kurdish scientists received their science, whether in Kurdistan or in the states of the Ottoman Empire, because the Kurds are fond of science and move to collect it among different countries of the world.
The third chapter deals with the scientific and literary contributions of the Kurdish scholars in the Ottoman Empire during the period of research. Through the presentation of their various scientific and cultural activities. Some of these activities are related to Islamic sciences, some of which concern human, literary and linguistic sciences.
The fourth and final chapter deals with the role of Kurdish scholars in the religious establishment and the Ottoman administration through the high positions and positions they held in the Ottoman Empire. The most important of these are positions of infidels, jurisprudence, preaching, teaching, writing the bureau, and educating the sultans themselves. The research concludes with the most prominent results.