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Analecta Isisiana C
332 s, İngilizce.
I. The Danube Frontier:
1. “Osman Pazvantoğlu of Vidin: Between Old and New”, in F. Anscombe (ed.), The Ottoman Balkans, 1750-1830, Princeton: Markus Wiener Publishers, 2006, 115-162/ published also in a special issue of Princeton Papers: Interdisciplinary Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, vol. XIII, 2005, 115-161
2. “Secession and Revolution in the Ottoman Empire: Osman Pazvantoğlu and Rhigas Velestinlis,” in A. Anastasopoulos and E. Kolovos (eds), Ottoman Rule and the Balkans, 1760-1850, Conflict, Transformation, Adaptation, Proceedings of an international conference held in Rethymno, Greece, 13-14 December 2003, Rethymno: University of Crete, Department of History and Archaeology, 2007, 73-94
3. “Shipping along the lower course of the Danube (end of the 17th century),” in: E. Zachariadou (ed.), The Kapudan Pasha. His Office and His Domain. Halcyon Days in Crete IV. A Symposium Held in Rethymno, 7-9 January 2000. Rethymno: Crete University Press, 2002, 301-323,
II. Ottoman Justice and Administration:
4. “On the Judicial Functions of Kadi Courts: Glimpses from Sofia in the Seventeenth Century,” in M. Kurz (ed.), Islam am Balkan, special issue of Wiener Zeitschrift zur Geschichte der Neuzeit, 5/2, 2005, 15-43. Expanded version
5. “On Judicial Hierarchy in the Ottoman Empire: the Case of Sofia from the Seventeenth to the Beginning of the Eighteenth century,” in M. Masud, R. Peters, D. Powers (eds), Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and their Judgments, Leiden-Köln: Brill, 2006, 271-298
6. “On Zimmis and Their Church Buildings: Four Cases from Rumeli”, in E. Kermeli and O. Özel (eds), The Ottoman Empire: Myths, Realities and “Black Holes”. Contributions in Honour of Colin Imber, Istanbul: Isis Press, 2006, 203-37
III. Everyday Life:
7. “Towards the Portrait of “the Rich” in Ottoman Provincial Society: Sofia in the 1670s,” in A. Anastasopoulos (ed.) Provincial Elite in the Ottoman Empire, Halcyon Days in Crete V. A Symposium Held in Rethymno, 10-12 January 2003, Rethymno: Crete University Press, 2005, 149-199
8. “On ‘Frenk’ Objects in Everyday Life in Ottoman Balkans: the Case of Sofia, mid-17th- mid-18th centuries”, in: Relazioni Economiche tra Europa e mondo islamico, secc. XIII-XVIII/ Europe’s Economic relations with the Islamic World, 13th-18th centuries, Atti della “Trentottesima Settimana di Studi, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini”, Prato, 1-5 Maggio 2006, a cura di S. Cavaciocchi, 2007, 769-799
9. “Villagers in International Trade: The Case of Chervena Voda, Seventeenth to the beginning of Eighteenth Century”, in E. Boyar and K. Fleet (eds), The Ottomans and Trade, Oriente Moderno, XXV n.s. (LXXXVI), 1, 2006, 1-20
10. “Ottoman and Bulgarian Sources on Earthquakes in Central Balkan Lands (17th – 18th centuries),” in: E. Zachariadou (ed.), Natural Disasters in the Ottoman Empire. Halcyon Days in Crete III. A Symposium Held in Rethymno, 10-12 January 1997. Rethymno: Crete University Press, 1999, 55–65