1. Introduction
  2. Kent F. Schull, M. Safa Saraçoğlu, Robert Zens, Virginia Aksan
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  1. Reaching the Flocks: Literacy and the Mass Reception of Ottoman Law in the Sixteenth-Century Arab World
  2. Timothy J. Fitzgerald
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  1. Ottoman Legal Practice and Non-Judicial Actors in Seventeenth-Century Istanbul
  2. Hadi Hosainy
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  1. Economic Interventionism, Islamic Law and Provincial Government in the Ottoman Empire
  2. M. Safa Saraçoğlu
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  1. Reorganization of the Sharia Courts of Egypt: How Legal Modernization Set Back Women’s Rights in the Nineteenth Century
  2. Kenneth M. Cuno
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  1. Regulating Land Rights in Late Nineteenth-Century Salt: The Limits of Legal Pluralism in Ottoman Property Law
  2. Nora Barakat
  3. pp. 101-119
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  1. The Mecelle, Sharia, and the Ottoman State: Fashioning and Refashioning of Islamic Law in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
  2. Samy Ayoub
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  1. Refugees, Locals and “The” State: Property Compensation in the Province of Izmir Following the Greco-Turkish Population Exchange of 1923
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  1. Ottoman Historiography and the End of the Genocide Taboo: Writing the Armenian Genocide into Late Ottoman History
  2. David Gutman
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  1. Turks and Ottomans: Two Books on the Multi-Faceted History of an Extraordinary People
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  1. Domenico’s Istanbul by Domenico Hierosolimitano (review)
  2. Tom Papademetriou
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  1. Son Dönem Osmanlı Erkân ve Ricali (1839–1922): Prosopografik Rehber by Sinan Kuneralp (review)
  2. William M. Blair
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  1. Miners and the State in the Ottoman Empire: The Zonguldak Coalfield, 1822–1920 by Donald Quataert (review)
  2. Darina Martykánová
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  1. Avlonyalı Ferid Paşa: Bir Ömür Devlet by Abdulhamit Kırmızı (review)
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  1. Women Travelers in Egypt: From the Eighteenth to the Twenty-first Century ed. by Deborah Manley (review)
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  1. Symbiotic Antagonisms: Competing Nationalisms in Turkey ed. by Ayşe Kadıoğlu and E. Fuat Keyman (review)
  2. H. Akın Ünver
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  1. The Politics of Public Memory in Turkey ed. by Esra Özyürek (review)
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  1. “Benim Milletim”: AK Parti İktidarı, Din ve Ulusal Kimlik by Büke Koyuncu (review)
  2. Faruk Yaslıçimen
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  1. A Comment on Virginia H. Aksan’s “What’s Up in Ottoman Studies?”
  2. Ehud R. Toledano
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  1. Response to Professor Ehud Toledano
  2. Virginia H. Aksan
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