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Author Name Virginia AKSAN
Other Informations 2016 476 p.
ISBN 978-975-428-571-0
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Introduction I. War and Society 1700-1900 1. “Ottoman Empire” in Philippa Levine and John Marriot, eds., Ashgate Research Companion to Modern Imperial Histories, London: Ashgate, 2012, 127-60. 2. “War and Peace” in Suraiya Faroqhi, ed. The Cambridge History of Turkey. Vol. 3: The Later Ottoman Empire, 1603-1839, Cambridge, 2006, 81-117. 3. “Military Reform and its Limits in a Shrinking Ottoman World, 1800-1840,” in Aksan and Daniel Goffman, eds., The Early Modern Ottomans, Cambridge, CUP, 2007, 117-33. 4. "Islam-Christian Transfers of Military Technology, 1730-1918," 1-20 in EGO, European History Online,, 2011. 5. “Ahmed ibn Ibrahim” (Resmi Giridi) Historians of the Ottoman Empire (Online), Cemal Kafadar, Cornell Fleischer and Hakan Karateke, eds. Cambridge MA, Harvard University, 2006. 6. "Canikli Ali Paþa (d. 1785): A Provincial Portrait in Loyalty and Disloyalty," in Eleni Gara, M. Erdem Ka-badayý, Christoph Neumann, Popular Protest and Political Participation in the Ottoman Empire: Studies in Honor of Suraiya Faroqhi, Istanbul: Bilgi University Press, 2011, 211-24. 7. “Enlightening the Ottomans: Tott and Mustafa III,” in Ali Caksu, ed., International Congress on Learning and Edu-cation in the Ottoman World, Istanbul, 2001), 163-74. 8. "Who was an Otto-man? Reflections on 'Wearing Hats' and 'Turning Turk,'" in Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp, ed. Europe und die Türkei in 18. Jahrhundert / Europe and Tur-key in the Eighteenth Century (Göttingen: Unipress, 2011), 305-18, 4 col. Illus. II. Comparative Empires 9. “Theoretical Ottomans,” History and Theory 47 (2008), 109-22. 10. “The Ottoman Military and State Transforma-tion in a Globalizing World,” Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East 27 (2007), 257-70. 23 pp. 11. “Ottoman Military and State Transformations, 1826-28: Engagement and Resistance in a Moment of Glo-bal Imperialism,” In Stephen M. Streeter and John C. Weaver and William D. Coleman, eds, Empires and Autonomy: Moments in the History of Globaliza-tion. Vancouver; Toronto: UBC Press, 2009, 61-78. 12. “Turks and Otto-mans Among the Empires”: [review article] International Journal of Turkish Studies 15:1-2 (2009), 103-14. 13. “Expressions of Ottoman Rule in an Age of Transition: 1760-1830,” in Hoca, 'Allame, Puits de Science: Essays in Honor of Kemal H. Karpat, Kaan Durukan, Robert W. Zens and Akile Zorlu-Durukan, eds., Istanbul: Isis Press, 2010, 81-95. 14. "Mobilization of Warrior Populations in the Ottoman Context 1750-1850," in Erik Jan Zürcher. ed. Fighting for a Living, International Institute for Social History, Amsterdam, 2013, 323-43 15. “The Ottoman Absence from the Battlefields of the Seven Years War,” in Patrick J. Speelman and Mark J. Danley, eds. Seven Years War as a Global Conflict. E. J. Brill, 2013, pp. 165-90 16. "Ottoman Military Power in the Eighteenth Century," Brian Davies, ed. Warfare in Eastern Eu-rope 1500-1800, Leiden, E. J. Brill, 2012, 315-48. 17. "Ottoman Ethno-graphies of Warfare, 1500-1800," chap. 6 in Wayne E. Lee, ed. Empires and Indigenes: Intercultural Alliance, Imperial Expansion, and Warfare in the Early Modern World, New York: NYU Press, 2011, 141-63. 18. “Whose Territory and Whose Peasants? Ottoman Boundaries on the Danube in the 1760s,” in Frederick F. Anscombe, ed., The Ottoman Balkans, 1750-1830, Princeton: Markus Weiner Publishers, 2006, 61-86. 19. "Introduction" to "Dossier: Captivity, Migration and Diplomacy in the Late Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries," Turkish Historical Review 3 (2012), 144-48, 3 articles on Russo-Ottoman relations. 20. “The Ottoman Army,” in Frederick C. Schneid, ed. Armies of the French Revolution, University of Oklahoma Press, 2015. pp. 245-72. 21. “Locating the Ottomans in Napoleon’s World,” in Ute Planert, ed. Napoleon’s Empire, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, 277-90. III. Review Articles 22. “The Ottoman Story Today,” [review article] Mid-dle East Studies Association Bulletin 25 (2001), 35-42. 23. “Finding the Way Back to the Ottoman Empire: Review Article,” International History Review 25 (2003), 96-107. 24. “Ottoman Military Matters,” review article of 12 works, Journal of Early Modern History 6 (2002), 52-62. 25. "How Do We 'Know' the Middle East? MESA Presidential Address 2009," Review of Middle East Studies 44:1 (summer 2010), 3-12. 26. "The Muslim World: Recent Scholarship on the Ottoman Middle East," Journal of Eighteenth Cen-tury Studies 34:4 (2011), 535-42, special review issue on eighteenth century studies. 27. “What’s Up in Ottoman Studies?” Journal of the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association 1:1-2 (2014), 3-21.