explore diverse cultures; they also imply the way the state’s hegemonicpower absorbs and redeﬁnes cultural production. There are many ways to use communication in patronage, but there is also, in eﬀect, only one way—the Ghaznavid way. In the spring description of another panegyric, trees and the birds
not wield hegemonicpower. The CUP was in a weak position at the beginning of the counterrevolution, and the forces opposed to it were initially successful in their endeavors. Later, however, the CUP was able to beat back the tide of opposition through the efforts of Mahmud Șevket Pasha (d. 1913
, vol. 7:1 (1994), 39.
ON OTTOMAN JUSTICE: INTERPRETATIONS IN CONFLICT 71 This emphasis on the hegemonicpower of the Ottoman State has become a generalized trend among some influential scholars in recent years. Huricihan Ãslamo»lu and Linda Darling, for example, emphasize the ability of the state
act amidst the social and political climate against which they rebel. The organization of such events thus becomes a political act of restructuring space to simultaneously assert Palestinian particularity and maintain multiple subjectivities of subalternity.
Hegemonicpower, according to Foucault
hegemonicpower) because of the nature of new technologies and the role they play in shaping a new understanding of the image as a networked, multiple object connected with the living archive of history, in a permanent dialogue with the seemingly endless flow of data nurtured by the web 2.0. In making her