1. Introduction
  2. Kent F. Schull, Robert Zens, Lâle Can, Michael Christopher Low
  3. pp. 221-222
  4. restricted access contents
  1. The “Subjects” of Ottoman International Law
  2. Lâle Can, Michael Christopher Low
  3. pp. 223-234
  4. restricted access contents
  1. Freeing “The Enslaved People of Islam”: The Changing Meaning of Ottoman Subjecthood for Captives in the Russian Empire
  2. Will Smiley
  3. pp. 235-254
  4. restricted access contents
  1. The Well-Defended Domains: Eurocentric International Law and the Making of the Ottoman Office of Legal Counsel
  2. Aimee M. Genell
  3. pp. 255-275
  4. restricted access contents
  1. What Ottoman Nationality Was and Was Not
  2. Will Hanley
  3. pp. 277-298
  4. restricted access contents
  1. Unfurling the Flag of Extraterritoriality: Autonomy, Foreign Muslims, and the Capitulations in the Ottoman Hijaz
  2. Michael Christopher Low
  3. pp. 299-323
  4. restricted access contents
  1. Contested Subjects: Ottoman and British Jurisdictional Quarrels in re Afghans and Indian Muslims
  2. Faiz Ahmed
  3. pp. 325-346
  4. restricted access contents
  1. Travel Documents, Mobility Control, and the Ottoman State in an Age of Global Migration, 1880–1915
  2. David Gutman
  3. pp. 347-368
  4. restricted access contents
  1. Ottoman International Law?
  2. Umut Özsu
  3. pp. 369-376
  4. restricted access contents
  1. Ottoman Maritime Wars, 1416–1700 by Svat Soucek, and: Ottoman Maritime Wars, 1700–1914 by Svat Soucek (review)
  2. Colin Imber
  3. pp. 377-379
  4. restricted access contents
  1. Prisons in the Late Ottoman Empire: Microcosms of Modernity by Kent F. Schull (review)
  2. Banu Bargu
  3. pp. 379-383
  4. restricted access contents
  1. Atatürk in the Nazi Imagination by Stefan Ihrig (review)
  2. Brian JK Miller
  3. pp. 383-385
  4. restricted access contents
  1. When Greeks and Turks Meet: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Relationship Since 1923 ed. by Vally Lytra (review)
  2. Elektra Kostopoulou
  3. pp. 385-388
  4. restricted access contents
  1. Orphans and Destitute Children in the Late Ottoman Empire by Nazan Maksudyan (review)
  2. Ella Ayalon
  3. pp. 388-390
  4. restricted access contents
  1. Starve and Immolate: The Politics of Human Weapons by Banu Bargu (review)
  2. Evren Savcı
  3. pp. 390-393
  4. restricted access contents
  1. Visions of the Ottoman World in Renaissance Europe by Andrei Pippidi (review)
  2. Nedret Kuran
  3. pp. 393-395
  4. restricted access contents
  1. Intimate Invocations: Al-Ghazzi’s Biography of ‘Abd al-Ghani al-Nabulusi (1641–1731) by Samer Akkach (review)
  2. Steve Tamari
  3. pp. 395-398
  4. restricted access contents
  1. İslam Korkusu: Kökenleri ve Türklerin Rolü by Özlem Kumrular (review)
  2. Yasir Yılmaz
  3. pp. 398-400
  4. restricted access contents
  1. Introducing the Ottoman Gazetteer and OpenOttoman: Summary of the Second Workshop of the Digital Ottoman Platform
  2. Amy Singer
  3. pp. 407-412
  4. restricted access contents