Description of Individual Course Units
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of Course UnitYear of StudySemesterNumber of ECTS Credits
9205015592014The History of Golden Horde and Remnant Khanates Period – IElective116
Level of Course Unit
Second Cycle
Objectives of the Course
To provide students with the knowledge of the History of Golden Horde and remnant khanates such as Crimea, Kazan, Astrakhan, Sibir and Nogai Khanates.
Name of Lecturer(s)
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Muhammet ŞEN
Learning Outcomes
1Having learned the essential information about The Golden Horde and Crimean history, graduates can teach them other people.
2Graduates, who can position The Golden Horde and Crimean History within Turkish History, can search, identify and explain the political, social and economic problems they encounter.
3Graduates can question what awareness the common history between Crimean Khanate and the Ottoman Turks could result in today.
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Mode of Delivery
Face to Face
Prerequisites and co-requisities
None
Recommended Optional Programme Components
NoneRead works such as articles, travel books about the Golden Horde and Crimean History and watch the documentaries and films on Crimea and Crimean Tatars.
Course Contents
The first phase of the course “The History of Golden Horde and Remnant Khanates Period I” includes the history of The Golden Horde which existed as a political unit between the years 1242-1502. In the second phase the political existence of The Crimean Khanate-emerged as the biggest remnant after the fall of the Golden Horde-until its invasion by Russia in 1783 is extensively included.
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
WeekTheoreticalPracticeLaboratory
0Course Objectives, Content and MethodTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
1Related Turkish-Russian and Western Sources Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
2The Emergence of The Golden Horde and its dominanceTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
3The Relations between The Golden Horde –Ottoman EmpireTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
4The Relations between The Golden Horde –Crimean Khanate Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
5The Relations between The Golden Horde-RussiaTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
6The Relations between The Golden Horde-Poland Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
7The fall of The Golden Horde and its political effectsTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
8MidtermTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
9The foundation of Crimean Khanate and its dominance Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
10The Internal and External Problems of Crimean Khanate in during foundation Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
11Subjection of Crimean Khanate to Ottoman Empire Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
12Crimean Khanate in 16th centuryTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
13Crimean Khanate in 17th centuryTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
14Crimean Khanate in 18th century Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
15Final ExamTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
Recommended or Required Reading
Mustafa Kafalı, The Establishment And Rise of The Golden Khanate, İstanbul, 1976. A.N. Kurat, ., Turkish Tribes and States Around the Black Sea in IV-XVIII Centuries, TTK,Ankara 1972. V. Tıesenhausen, Sbornik Materialov, Otnosyaşihsya k İstoriyi Zolotoy Ordı, Petersburg,1884. A.Y. Yakubovskiy, The Golden Horde and Its Fall Çev: Hasan Eren, TTK, 2000. S. Kuplin, Zolotoya Orda, Moskova, 1998. W. De. Tiesenhausen, The Texts About the History of The Golden Horde, Çev: İ. H. İzmirli, İstanbul, 1941.Charles J. Halperin, Russia and the Golden Horde: The Mongol İmpact and Russian History, London, 1985. İ. Kamalov, The Golden Horde and Russia (Turk-Tatar Effect on Russia), 2009.Abdülgaffar Kırımî, Umdet‟ül Ahbar (Umdet‟üt Tevarih), Türk Tarih Kurumu Encümeni‟nin İlavesi, İstanbul 1343.Halim Giray, Gülbün-ü Hanan, Osman Cudi Neşri, İstanbul H.1327/M. 1909-1910.Kaysunizade Remmal Hoca, Tarih-i Sahib Giray Khan, Prepared by Özalp Gökbilgin, Atatürk University Press, Ankara 1973. Crimean Hacı Mehmed Senai; The History of the Third Muslim Giray Khan, Prepared by Zygmunt Abrahamovicz, Warsaw 1971. Mehmed Giray, Tarih-i Mehmed Giray, Haz. Uğur Demir, Marmara University, Institute of Turkic Studies, Unpublished Masters Degree Thesis, İstanbul, 2006. Seyyid Muhammed Rıza, Es-Seb‟ü‟s-Seyyâr Fî Ahbâr-ı Mülûk ut Tatar, Hazırlayan Kazım Bek, Kazan 1832/ Yazma nüsha Süleymaniye Kütüphanesi, Ragıb Paşa 1016. V. D. Smirnov, Tom I: Krımskoe Hantsvo Pod Verhovenstvom Otomanskoy Portı Do Naçala XVIII Veka. Tom II: Krımskoe Hantsvo Pod Verhovenstvom Otomanskoy Portı v XVIII Veke Do Prisoedineniya Ego K Rossii, Moskva.
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Assessment Methods and Criteria
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End Of Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
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Language of Instruction
Turkish
Work Placement(s)
None
Workload Calculation
ActivitiesNumberTime (hours)Total Work Load (hours)
Midterm Examination133
Final Examination133
Discussion14228
Criticising Paper14228
Self Study14228
Individual Study for Mid term Examination11111
Individual Study for Final Examination11212
Reading14570
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours)183
Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes
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