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- “The Ottoman Empire in world history: What the Archives Can tell us” unpublished Legitimizing the sultan and his empire
- “Presenting the sultans’ power, glory and piety: a comparative perspective,” in Prof. Dr. Mübahat Kütükoğlu'na Armağan, ed. by Zeynep Tarım Ertuğ (Istanbul: Istanbul Üniversitesi Edebiyat Fakültesi Tarih Bölümü, 2006): 169-206.
- “Exotic animals at the sultans’ court,” unpublished Relating to the outside world
- “Ottoman views on corsairs and piracy in the Adriatic,” in The Kapudan Pasha. His Office and his Domain, ed. by Elizabeth Zachariadou (Rethymnon: University of Crete Press, 2002): 357-371.
- “Ottoman attitudes towards merchants from Latin Christendom before 1600,” Turcica, 35 (2002): 69-104.
- “İbrahim Paşa and the marquis de Bonnac,” in Essays in honour of Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu, Volume 1: Societies, cultures, sciences: a collection of articles, compiled by Mustafa Kaçar and Zeynep Durukal (Istanbul: IRCICA, 2006): 279-294.
- “An Ottoman ambassador in Iran: Dürri Ahmed Efendi and the collapse of the Safavid Empire in 1720-21,” in Wahrnehmung des Fremden, Differenzerfahrungen von Diplomaten in Europa (1500-1648) ed. by Michael Rohrschneider and Arno Strohmeyer (Münster/Germany: Aschendorff, 2007): 375-398. Revised and translated for this volume by the author Outsiders on Ottoman territory and Ottomans abroad: prisoners, slaves and merchants
- “A prisoner of war reports: The camp and household of Grand Vizier Kara Mustafa Paşa in an eyewitness account,” in Unfreie Arbeits-und Lebensverhältnisse von der Antike bis in die Gegenwart, ed. Elisabeth Herrmann-Otto (Hildesheim, Zurich, New York: Georg Olms Verlag, 2005): 206-234. Translated for this volume by the author
- “Trying to avoid enslavement: the adventures of an Iranian subject in eighteenth-century Anatolia,” in Unfreie Arbeit, Ökonomische und kulturgeschichtliche Perspektiven ed. by M. Erdem Kabadayı and Tobias Reichardt (Hildesheim, Zurich, New York: Georg Olms Verlag, 2007): 133-146. Translated for this volume by the author
- “Bosnian merchants in the Adriatic," in Ottoman Bosnia. A History in Peril — has also appeared as The International Journal of Turkish Studies,
- 1-2, ed. by Markus Koller and Kemal Karpat (Madison/Wisc.: Center of Turkish Studies, 2004): 225-239.
- “The Ottomans and the trade routes of the Adriatic,” in a collective volume edited by Oliver Jens Schmidt (to be published in 2009) Translated for this volume by the author