Description of Individual Course Units
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of Course UnitYear of StudySemesterNumber of ECTS Credits
9205015602015The History of Golden Horde and Remnant Khanates Period - IIElective124
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 history of khanates after the fall of The Golden Horde, graduates can teach them other people.
2Graduates, who can position the khanates emerging after the fall of The Golden Horde 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 the khanates 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
None
Course Contents
The course “The History of Golden Horde and Remnant Khanates Period II” aims to cover in detail the history of Khanates of Kazan, Nogai, Sibir and Kasim emerging after the fall of The Golden Horde.
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
WeekTheoreticalPracticeLaboratory
1The Establishment of Kazan KhanateTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
2The rise of Kazan Khanate 1438-1445 Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
3The recession of Kazan Khanate 1445-1484 Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
4The Relations between The Kazan Khanate and Crimean, Astrakhan, Sibir and Nogai Khanates.Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
5The Russion hegemeony on Kazan Khanate Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
6The Russian invasion of Kazan Khanate and its results Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
7The emergence of Kasim Khanate Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
8The fall of Kasim KhanateTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
9Midterm examTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
10The Khanate of Nogai Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
11The half-independence on The Golden Horde 1392-1427Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
12Full independence after The Golden Horde 1427-1558Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
13The fall of Nogai KhanateTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
14The establishment of Sibir KhanateTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
15The fall of Sibir Khanate Theoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
16Final ExamTheoretical course, reading, lecture and discussions
Recommended or Required Reading
H. Atlasî Kazan Khanate, Kazan 1913. H. Atlasî, Süyün Bike, Kazan 1912. A.N. Kurat, Kazan Khanate, DTCFD XII, Ankara 1954. M. Hudyakov, Oçerki Po İstorii Kazanskago Hanstva Kazan 1923. N.N., Rrsov, Proşloye Tatarii ,Kazan 1926. K. F. Fuks, Kratkaya İstoriya Goroda Kazani, Kazan, 1817.R. Rahmeti Arat, “Astırhan Hanlığı”, TDEK, C.1, 2. Baskı, TKAE Yay. Ankara, 1992. V.V. Velyaminov Zernov, İzsledovanie O Kasimovskih Tsaryah i Tsareviçah, Ç.1, Peterburg 1863, V. İlya Zaytsev, “Astrakhan Khanate”, Çev. Zuharmukhamed Zardukhan, Türkler, C. 8, Yeni Türkiye Pub., Ankara 2002. İlya Zaytsev, Astrahanskoe Hanstvo, 2. İzdanie, İspravlennoe, “Vostoçnaya Literatura” RAN, Moskva 2006. B Spuler, “Astrakhan”, The Encyclopaedia of Islam, Vol. 1, Leiden 1986. İ. R. Tagirov, İstoriya Natsionalnoy Gosudarstvennosti Tatarskogo Naroda i Tatarstana, Tatarskoe Knijnoe İzd., Kazan 2000. P. L. Karabusçenko, Astrahanskoe Tsarstvo, İzdateskiy Dom “Astrahanskiy Universitet”,Astrahan, 2009, A. Kurat, Turkey and Idil (1569 Astrakhan Expedition , Ten-İdil Channel ve XVI-XVII. Centuries Ottoman-Russian Relations ), DTCF Pub., Ankara 1966. H.H. HOWORTH, History of the Mongols From the 9th to the 19th Century Part II:The So-Called Tartars of Russia and Central Asia, London 1880. Serkan Acar, Kasim Khanate (1445-1681), IQ Pub., İstanbul 2008. Mehet Alpargu, Nogaies, İstanbul 2007. Battal Tayymas-, Abdulla Rizaeddin Fahreddin, The Golden Horde and Kazan Khanates, Trans. İlyas Kamalov, İstanbul, 2003, H. İnalcık, “The Origin of Ottoman-Russia Rivalry and Don-Volga Channel Attempt (1569)”,Belleten, XII/46, (Ankara 1948)
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Assessment Methods and Criteria
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Language of Instruction
Turkish
Work Placement(s)
None
Workload Calculation
ActivitiesNumberTime (hours)Total Work Load (hours)
Midterm Examination11616
Final Examination12020
Attending Lectures14342
Seminar14228
Reading14114
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours)120
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