By Alexis Wick
Alexis Wick isn't pleased with this inclusion of the pink Sea into background and attendant critique of Eurocentrism. Contrapuntally, he explores how the realm and the ocean have been imagined another way prior to imperial eu hegemony. trying to find the misplaced area of Ottoman visions of the ocean, The pink Sea makes a deeper argument in regards to the self-discipline of heritage and the historian’s craft.
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