1. Introduction
  2. Nükhet Varlık, Robert Zens
  3. pp. 1-2
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  1. President’s Note
  2. Amy Singer
  3. pp. 3-5
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  1. Introduction: Chasing the Ottoman Early Modern
  2. Virginia H. Aksan
  3. pp. 7-10
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  1. “Early Modern” and the Lifespan of Empires
  2. Virginia H. Aksan
  3. pp. 11-13
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  1. Marking Time on the Early Modern: Kings, Conquests, Commune, Continuum
  2. Palmira Brummett
  3. pp. 14-16
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  1. Ottoman Islamic Law and “Early Modernity”
  2. Guy Burak
  3. pp. 17-19
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  1. Invented Tradition and the Ottoman World View
  2. Giancarlo Casale
  3. pp. 20-23
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  1. On Ottoman Early Modernity: Scattered Thoughts Pretending to be a Position Statement
  2. Boğaç Ergene
  3. pp. 24-26
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  1. Periodizations in Crisis: Early Modernity and Ottoman Imperial Historiography
  2. Heather Ferguson
  3. pp. 27-30
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  1. Chasing Monsters?
  2. John-Paul A. Ghobrial
  3. pp. 31-33
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  1. Early Modernity: An Idea in Need of Greater Depth
  2. James Grehan
  3. pp. 34-36
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  1. The Late Modern Origins of Early Modern Governance
  2. Antonis Hadjikyriacou
  3. pp. 37-40
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  1. A Preliminary User’s Guide to the “Early Modern” Tool in Ottomanist Scholarship
  2. Jane Hathaway
  3. pp. 41-44
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  1. Before Exclusivism: Was the Early Modern an Axial Age?
  2. Douglas A. Howard
  3. pp. 45-48
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  1. Imperial Limits and Early Modernity: Borderland Clients of the Ottoman Empire and the “Well-Protected Dominions”
  2. Güneş Işıksel
  3. pp. 49-51
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  1. Provincial and/or Regional Histories and the Question of Temporality
  2. Dina Rizk Khoury
  3. pp. 52-54
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  1. Early, Yet Already Late: Literary Musings on Historical Questions
  2. Selim Kuru
  3. pp. 55-57
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  1. Who counts? Ottomans, Early Modernity, and Trans-Imperial Subjecthood
  2. E. Natalie Rothman
  3. pp. 58-60
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  1. Cultural and Political Synchronicity vs. Economic and Social Diversity: What Global “Early Modernity” Does Not Explain
  2. Marinos Sariyannis
  3. pp. 61-63
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  1. Reading Modernity in (and out) of the Ottoman Empire
  2. Nir Shafir
  3. pp. 64-66
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  1. The Disenchantment of Sufism, the Rationalization of Sunni Islam, and Early Modernity
  2. Baki Tezcan
  3. pp. 67-69
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  1. Ottoman Early Modern
  2. Ali Yaycıoğlu
  3. pp. 70-73
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  1. Epilogue 1: Early Modern Ottomans
  2. Joanna Innes
  3. pp. 74-79
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  1. Epilogue 2: The Limits of Knowledge Production as a Subversive Practice: The “Early Modern” in Ottoman Studies
  2. Beshara Doumani
  3. pp. 80-86
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  1. From Zaviye to Mosque: Aspects of the Social Evolution in the Early Ottoman Balkans in Late Fourteenth-Century Gümülcine/Komotini
  2. Panagiotis Kontolaimos
  3. pp. 87-109
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  1. The Evolution of Grain Procurement Practices in Ottoman Macedonia, 1774–1838
  2. Seven Ağır
  3. pp. 110-145
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  1. Çiftlik Formation and Transformation of Land Ownership in the Kazas of Serfice, Çaharşenbe, and Eğri Bucak (1820–1850)
  2. Dimitrios Lamprakis
  3. pp. 146-172
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  1. Art Exhibitions in Munich and Istanbul (1909–18): Cultural Events as Part of German Imperialist Policies
  2. Funda Berksoy
  3. pp. 173-204
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  1. Changing Reality through Fiction: A Cognitive Approach to Late Ottoman Literature
  2. Deniz T. Kılınçoğlu
  3. pp. 205-226
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  1. When the Devil Tells the Story: Ekphrastic Detective Fiction in Orhan Pamuk’s Novel My Name is Red
  2. Remus Racolța
  3. pp. 227-243
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  1. The Ottoman Empire in the Tanzimat Era: Provincial Perspectives from Ankara to Edirne by Yonca Köksal (review)
  2. Uğur B. Bayraktar
  3. pp. 249-251
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  1. Secularism and State Religion in Modern Turkey: Law, Policy-Making and the Diyanet by Emir Kaya (review)
  2. Kristin E. Fabbe
  3. pp. 252-253
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