1. Bachelor

    (1962) History, Turkology and Middle Eastern Studies, Hamburg University.

  2. Master

    (1970) Teaching of English as a Second Language, Indiana University.

  3. PhD

    (1970) History, Turkology and Middle Eastern Studies, Hamburg University.

Short Biography

Professor Faroqhi worked at Middle East Technical University in Ankara, at first teaching Freshman English, later History as a non-technical elective and from 1984 onwards in the newly established History Department. She has had a lengthy career in Ankara, all the way from instructor to full professor (1971-1987). Prof. Faroqhi went through the ordeal of the Doçentlik / Habilitation two times: in 1980 in the Turkish system, and then all over again at the University of Bochum (1982).

Between 1988 and 2007, Faroqhi was a professor at the Ludwig Maximilians Universität in Munich. Between 2002 and 2007, she chaired the Institute for the History and Culture of the Middle East and Turkish Studies (Nahost-Institut). After retirement in 2007, Faroqhi accepted a position as a professor of history at Istanbul Bilgi University and in 2010, she was also the chairperson of the History Department.

Professor Faroqhi has studied at the universities of Hamburg (FRG, Dr. Phil.) and Istanbul, as well as at Indiana University/ Bloomington (MA for Teachers). She is an honorary member of the Middle East Studies association (MESA) and hold an honorary doctorate from Boğaziçi University, Istanbul (2001). Professor Faroqhi is currently a full-time faculty member at Ibn Haldun University, Department of History.

Academic Publications


  1. A Cultural History of the Ottomans: The imperial elite and its artefacts (London: I. B. Tauris, 2016), 318 pp.
  2. Artisans of Empire: Crafts and Craftspeople under the Ottomans (London: I. B. Tauris, 2009), 276 pp., paperback edition 2012
  3. The Ottoman Empire and the World Around it, 1540s to 1774 (London: I. B. Tauris, 2004), 290 pp.
  4. Geschichte des Osmanischen Reiches (Munich: C. H. Beck Verlag, series Beck-Wissen, 2000), 127 pp.
  5. Approaching Ottoman History: An Introduction to the Sources (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999), 262 pp.
  6. 5. a. Co-author, paperback edition of An Economic and Social History of the Ottoman Empire, edited by Halil Inalcik with Donald Quataert (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997; hard-back edition in one volume: 1994), vol. 2, “Crisis and Change 1590-1699”, pp. 411-636 (225 pp.)
  7. Kultur und Alltag im Osmanischen Reich (Munich: Verlag C.H.Beck, 1995), 402 pp.
  8. Herrscher über Mekka. Die Geschichte der Pilgerfahrt, (Munich, Zurich: Artemis Winkler Verlag, 1990), 351 pp.
  9. Men of Modest Substance, House Owners and House Property in Seventeenth Century Ankara and Kayseri (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987), 268 pp.
  10. Towns and Townsmen of Ottoman Anatolia, Trade, Crafts, and Food Production in an Urban Setting 1520-1650 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984), 425 pp.
  11. Der Bektaschi-Orden in Anatolien (vom späten fünfzehnten Jahrhundert bis 1826), Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes, Sonderband II (Wien: Verlag des Institutes für Orientalistik der Universität Wien, 1981), 197 pp.


  1. A selection of the articles cited below is in the following volumes:
  2.  Travel and Artisans in the Ottoman Empire: Employment and mobility in the early modern era, XXII+296 pp. (London: I. B. Tauris, 2014)
  3. Another Mirror for Princes: The Public Image of the Sultans and its Reception, 299 pp. (Istanbul: The Isis Press, 2008).
  4. Stories of Ottoman Men and Women, Establishing Status Establishing Control, 358 pp. (Istanbul: Eren, 2002)
  5. Coping with the State: Political Conflict and Crime in the Ottoman Empire, 221 pp. (Istanbul: The Isis Press, 1995)
  6. Making a Living in the Ottoman Lands, 1480-1820, 317 pp. (Istanbul: The Isis Press, 1995) 
  7. Peasants, Dervishes and Traders in the Ottoman Empire, 344 pp. (London: Variorum Reprints, 1986)


  1. Osmanlı Şehirleri ve Kırsal Hayatı, translated by Emine Sonnur Özcan (Ankara: Doğubatı Yayınları, 2006)
  2. Osmanlı Dünyasında Üretmek, Pazarlamak, Yaşamak, translated by Gül Çağalı Güven and Özgür Türesay (Istanbul: Yapı ve Kredi Yayınları, 2003, 2nd printing 2004, 3rd printing 2008)


  1. Living the Good Life: Consumption in the Qing and Ottoman Empires of the Eighteenth Century, edited by Elif Akçetin and Suraiya Faroqhi (Leiden: Brill, 2017)
  2. Bread from the Lion’s Mouth: Artisans Struggling for a Livelihood in Ottoman Cities, ed. by Suraiya Faroqhi (New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2015)
  3. Celebration, Entertainment and Theatre in the Ottoman World, edited by Suraiya Faroqhi and Arzu Öztürkmen (Calcutta, London, New York: Seagull Books, 2014)
  4. The Cambridge History of Turkey, vol. 2, edited by Suraiya Faroqhi and Kate Fleet (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)
  5.  Animals and People in the Ottoman Empire, edited by Suraiya Faroqhi (Istanbul: Eren, 2010)
  6. Merchants in the Ottoman Empire, edited by Suraiya Faroqhi and Gilles Veinstein (Leuven: Peeters, 2008)
  7. The Cambridge History of Turkey, vol. 3, The Later Ottoman Empire edited by Suraiya Faroqhi (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006)
  8. Crafts and Craftsmen of the Middle East, Fashioning the Individual in the Muslim Mediterranean, edited by Suraiya Faroqhi and Randi Deguilhem (London: I. B. Tauris, 2005)
  9. Ottoman Costumes: From Textile to Identity, edited by Suraiya Faroqhi and Christoph Neumann (Istanbul: Eren, 2004)
  10. The Illuminated Table, the Prosperous House, Food and Shelter in Ottoman Material Culture, edited by Suraiya Faroqhi and Christoph Neumann (Istanbul: Orient-Institut, 2003)
  11. The Ottomans and the Balkans: a Discussion of Historiography, edited by Fikret Adanır and Suraiya Faroqhi (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2002)
  12. Armağan, Festschrift für Andreas Tietze, edited by Ingeborg Baldauf and Suraiya Faroqhi with Rudolf Veselý (Prague: Enigma Corporation, 1994)
  13. New Approaches to State and Peasant in Ottoman History, edited by Halil Berktay and Suraiya Faroqhi, The Journal of Peasant Studies, (London: Frank Cass, April/July 1992, reissued by Routledge in 2017)
  14. New Perspectives on Turkey, 5-6 (Istanbul: Tarih Vakfı, 1991), special issue on Ottoman trade, as guest editor


  1. “Making things to serve sultans, viziers and army commanders (1450-1800)” at the copy-editing stage before publication in the Medieval History Journal (New Delhi)
  2. “Silk textiles in Inter-empire Exchanges: The Ottoman Empire and Iran” to be published in The Encyclopaedia of Asian Design, edited by Christine Guth, pp. 95-103
  3. “Victory Celebrations in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire, with Sidelong Glances at Venice: an Attempt at Comparison” under consideration for a special issue of the Journal of the Turkish Studies Association (JOTSA) on Ottoman ceremonies and fesitivities, edited by Özgen Felek and Sinem Erdoğan İşkorkutan
  4. “Visiting Ankara in the 1850s: the travelogue of Cristina Trivulzio di Belgiojoso” hopefully to be published in the festschrift for Hedda Reindl Kiel, edited by Henning Sievert et alii
  5. “Persian traders (Acem tüccarı) in the Ottoman lands around 1700” in “The Ottoman World: Foundational Coexistences”, edited by Devrim Ümit (Newcastle on Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing)
  6. “Ottoman artisans in a changing political context: Debates in historiography,” in “Festschrift for Metin Kunt”
  7. “Ottoman Silks and Their Markets at the Borders of the Empire” in “Threads of Global Desire” edited by Giorgio Riello, Luca Molà and Dagmar Schäfer (Martlesham/Suffolk: Boydell & Brewer Ltd.), pp. 127-47 (scheduled for May 2018)
  8. “Istanbul Stadt der Migranten (1450-1800)” in “Weltstädte, Metropolen, Megastädte – Dynamiken von Stadt und Raum von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart“, edited by Stephan Sander Faess and Clemens Zimmermann (Ostfildern: Thorbecke, 2018) (Stadt in der Geschichte, Bd. 43), pp. 95-109
  9. “Should it be olives or butter? Consuming fatty titbits in the early modern Ottoman Empire”, to be published in “Earthly Delights: Economies and Cultures of Food in Ottoman and Danubian Europe, c. 1500-1900, edited by Angela Jianu and Violeta Barbu (Leiden: Brill)


  1. “The parades of Ottoman guildsmen: Self-assertion and submission to the sultan’s command” in Material Culture – Präsenz und Sichtbarkeit von Künstlern, Zünften und Bruderschaften in der Vormoderne/ Presence and Visibility of Artists, Guilds, Brotherhoods in the Premodern Era, ed. by Andreas Tacke (Petersberg/Germany: Michael Imhof Verlag, 2018), pp. 157-73
  2. “Protecting the property of foreign merchants: Venice and the Ottoman Empire in the early 1600s” in Rapporti mediterranei, pratiche documentarie, presenze venetiane: Le rete economiche e culturale (XIV-XVI secolo), edited by Gherardo Ortalli and Alessio Sopracasa (Venice: Istituto Veneto, 2017), pp. 133-151
  3. Slavery: A literature survey concerning the Ottoman world,” Otto Spies Memorial Lecture”, vol. 5, edited by Stephan Conermann & Gül Şen (Berlin: EB Verlag, 2017), 60 pp.
  4. “Women, Wealth and Textiles in 1730s Bursa,” in Living the Good Life: Consumption in the Qing and Ottoman Empires of the Eighteenth Century, edited by Elif Akçetin and Suraiya Faroqhi (Leiden: Brill, 2017), pp. 213-235
  5. “In the Year 1618: The City State of Dubrovnik, Through Ottoman Eyes,” in The Ottoman Orient in Renaissance Culture, edited by Michał Dziewulski and Robert Born (Cracow: National Museum, 2016), pp. 41-66
  6. “Making and Marketing Rough Woollens: From Balkan Looms to Istanbul Shops,” Turcica 47 (2016), 99-122
  7. “Fear, hatred, suspicion, and attempts to protect the legitimacy of the sultan: Istanbul fires as reflected in Şânî-zâde’s chronicle” in History from Below: A Tribute in Memory of Donald Quataert, edited by Selim Karahasanoğlu and D. Cenk Demir (Istanbul: Istanbul Bilgi University Press, 2016), pp. 515-528
  8. Articles “Anatolie” pp. 85-89, “Ankara” pp. 92-93, “Artisanat” pp. 125-28, “Banditisme” pp. 144-47, “Centre et périphérie” pp. 238-41, “Cérémonies, section I” pp. 244-46, “Corporations”, pp. 301-05, “Dons”, pp. 372-75, “Ėlevage “ pp. 401-02, “Fêtes” pp. 449-53, “ Loisirs” pp. 732-34, “Marchés, foires et marchés couverts” pp. 753-56, “La Mecque” pp. 768-70, “Paysans” pp. 927-31, “Pèlerinage à la Mecque”, pp. 936-39 in Dictionnaire de l’Empire ottoman, edited by François Georgeon, Nicolas Vatin and Gilles Veinstein (†), with Elisabetta Borromeo (Paris: Fayard, 2015) (originally in English, translated by the editorial committee)
  9. “Introduction,” in Bread from the Lion’s Mouth: Artisans Struggling for a Livelihood in Ottoman Cities,” ed. by SF (New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2015), pp. 1-47
  10. “Surviving in difficult times: the cotton and silk trades in Bursa around 1800,” in Bread from the Lion’s Mouth: Artisans Struggling for a Livelihood in Ottoman Cities, ed. by SF (New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2015), pp. 136-156
  11. “Haus und Herrschaft in der osmanischen Welt” in Das Haus in der Geschichte Europas: Ein Handbuch, edited by Joachim Eibach, Inken Schmidt-Voges, with Simone Derix, Philip Hahn, Elizabeth Harding, Margareth Lanzinger (München: de Gruyter & Oldenbourg, 2015), pp. 553-570
  12. “A Study of Rural Conflicts: Gegbuze/Gebze (District of Üsküdar) in the Mid-1700s,” in Ottoman Rural Societies and Economies, Halcyon Days in Crete VIII, A Symposium Held in Rethymno, 13-15 January 2012 edited by Elias Kolovos (Rethymno: Crete University Press, 2015), pp. 9-34
  13. “Introduction” in Celebration, Entertainment and Theatre in the Ottoman World, edited by Arzu Öztürkmen and myself (Calcutta, London, New York: Seagull Books, 2014), pp. 24-70
  14. “When the sultan ordered a great feast, was everybody in a festive mood?” in Celebration, Entertainment and Theater in the Ottoman World, edited by Arzu Öztürkmen and myself (Calcutta, London, New York: Seagull Books, 2014), pp. 208-224
  15. “Das Osmanische Reich und Iran” in Geschichte der Welt, Weltreiche und Weltmeere 1350-1750, series editors Akira Iriye and Jürgen Osterhammel, volume editor Wolfgang Reinhard, vol. 3 (Munich: C.H. Beck, 2014), pp. 219-367 (English version “The Ottoman Empire and the Islamic World” in Empires and Encounters (Cambridge MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard Univ. Press, 2015), tr. by Peter Lewis, pp. 221-338.)
  1. “Fireworks in Seventeenth-century Istanbul” in Medieval and Early Modern Performance in the Eastern Mediterranean, edited by Evelyn Birge Vitz and Arzu Öztürkmen (Turnhout/Belgium: Brepols, 2014), pp. 181-194
  2. “Controversies and contradictions: The Turkish (or Ottoman) house,” Turcica, 45 (2014), 321-54
  3. “Manumission in seventeenth-century suburban Istanbul,” in Mediterranean Slavery Revisited (500–1800) – Neue Perspektiven auf mediterrane Sklaverei (500–1800), ed. by Stefan Hanß and Juliane Schiel, with assistance from Claudia Schmid (Zurich: Chronos Verlag, 2014), pp. 381-401.
  4. “Trading between East and West: The Ottoman Empire of the Early Modern Period,” in Pascal W. Firges, Tobias P. Graf, Christian Roth, and Gülay Tulasoğlu, eds. Well-Connected Domains: Towards an Entangled Ottoman History (Leiden: Brill, 2014), pp. 15-36
  5. “Did cosmopolitanism exist in eighteenth-century Istanbul? Stories of Christian and Jewish artisans” in Urban Governance under the Ottomans: Between Cosmopolitanism and Conflict, edited by Ulrike Freitag and Nora Lafi (London: Routledge, 2014), pp. 21-36
  6. “Ottoman Working People as Reflected in Ottoman Official Sources,” in Towards a New History of Work, edited by Sabyasac Bhattacharya (New Delhi: Tulika Books, 2014), pp. 56-68
  7. “Was man in Wien erfahren konnte: osmanische Botschafter und die europäische Politik im ‘langen’ XVIII. Jahrhundert” in Europa und die Moderne im langen 18. Jahrhundert, edited by Olaf Asbach (Hanover: Wehrhahn-Verlag, 2014), pp. 191-217. English version in SF, Travel and artisans in the Ottoman Empire, pp. 3-25
  8. “Introduction” and “Conclusion” in SF, Travel and Artisans in the Ottoman Empire: Employment and mobility in the early modern era (London: I. B. Tauris, 2014), pp. VIII-XXII and pp. 210-216
  9. “Where to make and sell cheap textiles in eighteenth-century Istanbul: A buyer’s guide” in SF, Travel and Artisans in the Ottoman Empire: Employment and mobility in the early modern era (London: I. B. Tauris, 2014), pp. 186-196
  10. “Bringing back keepsakes from seventeenth-century Mecca — and trade goods as well” in SF, Travel and Artisans in the Ottoman Empire: Employment and mobility in the early modern era (London: I. B. Tauris, 2014), pp. 89-98 (originally intended for: Albrecht Burckhardt ed., “Commerce et dévotions (XVe-XVIIIe siècles. Actes du colloque international, Aix-Marseille, 14-15 septembre 2007,” and reprinted by permission).
  11. “Mostly fugitives: slaves and their trials and tribulations in sixteenth-century Üsküdar,” in SF, Travel and Artisans in the Ottoman Empire: Employment and mobility in the early modern era (London: I. B. Tauris, 2014), pp. 129-142
  12. “Ottoman textiles in early modern Europe,” in The Renaissance and the Ottoman World by Claire Norton and Anna Contadini (Farnham/Surrey and Burlington VT: Ashgate, 2013), pp. 231-244
  13. “Istanbul im XVIII. Jahrhundert: Wie die Handwerker den Stadtraum unter sich aufteilten” in Das Osmanische Europa. Stand und Perspektiven der Forschung, ed. by Andreas Helmedach, Markus Koller, Konrad Petrovszky, and Stefan Rohdewald (Leipzig: Eudora Verlag, 2013), pp. 191-217
  14. “Im Angesicht des Feindes? Die osmanische Elite und Venedig: ein Überblick über die Forschungslandschaft“ in Das Bild des Feindes: Konstruktion von Antagonismen und Kulturtransfer im Zeitalter der Türkenkriege, edited by Thomas Wünsch and Eckhard Leuschner (Berlin: Gebrüder Mann-Verlag, 2013)
  15. “Introduction” in The Cambridge History of Turkey, vol. 2 edited by SF and Kate Fleet (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013), pp. 1-16
  16. “Ottoman Population” in The Cambridge History of Turkey, vol. 2, edited by SF and Kate Fleet (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013), pp. 356-403
  17. “Tasty things and how to obtain them: special – but non-royal — foods and beverages in the Ottoman world” translated by Seda Erkoç in Yemekte Tarih Var: Yemek Kültürü ve Tarihçiliği, edited by Ayşegül Avcı, Seda Erkoç, and Elvan Otman (Istanbul: Tarih Vakfı, 2012), pp. 77-89 (“Lezzetli Yiyecekler ve Onları Elde Etme Yolu: Osmanlu Toplumunda Özel- Ama Saraya Ait Olmayan – Yiyecek ve İçecekler”)
  18. “Subject to the sultan’s approval: seventeenth and eighteenth-century artisans negotiating guild agreements in Istanbul” in The Ottoman World, edited by Christine Woodhead (London: Routledge, 2012), pp. 307-318
  19. “What happened in Istanbul gardens and beauty spots? Evliya Çelebi on religion, domination and entertainment” in “Şehrâyîn: Die Welt der Osmanen, die Osmanen in der Welt. Wahrnehmungen, Begegnungen und Abgrenzungen/ Illuminating the Ottoman World. Perceptions, Encounters and Boundaries. Festschrift Hans Georg Majer“ by Yavuz Köse (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2012) pp. 121-132
  20. “Controlling borders and workmen, all in one fell swoop: repairs to the Ottoman fortress of Hotin (1716)” in Political Initiatives ‘From the Bottom Up’ in the Ottoman Empire: Halcyon Days in Crete VII, A Symposium Held in Rethymno 9-11 January 2009, by Antonios Anastasopoulos (Rethymno: University of Crete Publications, 2012), pp. 315-331
  21. “Fish and fishermen in the Istanbul region during the Ottoman period”, in Water on Sand: Environmental Histories of the Middle East and North Africa, edited by Alan Mikhail (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 91-109
  22. “Trade between the Ottomans and Safavids: The Acem tüccarı and others,” in Iran and the World in the Safavid Age, edited by Willem Floor and Edmund Herzig, (London: I. B. Tauris, 2012), pp. 255-269
  23. “Evliya Çelebi’s tales of Cairo’s guildsmen” translated by R. Aslıhan Aksoy Sheridan in Evliyâ Çelebi Konuşmaları/Yazılar, edited by M. Sabri Koz (Istanbul: Yapı ve Kredi Yayınları, 2011), pp. 188-201 (“Evliya Çelebi’nin Kahire Esnaf Anlatımları”).
  24. “Bringing gifts and receiving them: The Ottoman sultan and his guests at the festival of 1720,” in Europa und die Türkei im 18. Jahrhundert / Europe and Turkey in the 18th Century, ed. Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp (Göttingen: V & R unipress, 2011), pp. 383-402
  25. “Chapter 13: The Ottoman Empire II (seventeenth to eighteenth centuries)” in The New Cambridge History of Islam, vol. 2, edited by Maribel Fierro (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), pp. 366-410
  26. “Chapter 10: Demography and Migration,” in The New Cambridge History of Islam, vol. 4, edited by Robert Irwin (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), pp. 306-331.
  27. “Empires before and after the post-colonial turn: The Ottomans,” Osmanlı Araştırmaları-The Journal of Ottoman Studies, 36 (2010) also has appeared as Beyond Dominant Paradigms in Ottoman and Middle Eastern/North African Studies A Tribute to Rifa’at Abou-El-Haj, ed. by Donald Quataert and Baki Tezcan (Istanbul: İSAM, 2010), pp. 57-76
  28. “Introduction” in Animals and People in the Ottoman Empire, edited by SF Istanbul: Eren, 2010), pp. 11-54
  29. “Means of transportation and sources of pride and joy: horses in the hands of Ottoman officials and notables” in Animals and People in the Ottoman Empire, edited by SF (Istanbul: Eren, 2010), pp. 293-311
  30. “In quest of their daily bread: Istanbul artisans under Selim III” in Nizâm-ı Kadîm’den Nizâm-ı Cedîd’e: Selim ve Dönemi/ Selim III and His Era: from Ancien Régime to New Order, edited by Seyfi Kenan (Istanbul: İSAM, 2010), pp. 167-182.
  31. “The Ottoman ruling group and the religions of its subjects,” Journal of Early Modern History, 14, 3 (2010), 239-266
  32. “An Edirne scholar on Ottoman architecture and politics: the pilgrimage account of Abdurrahman Hibri” in Monuments, Patrons, Contexts: Papers on Ottoman Europe Presented to Machiel Kiel, edited by Maximilian Hartmuth and Ayşe Dilsiz (Leiden: Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, 2010), pp. 91-106
  33. “Selling sweetmeats and traversing the capital: Istanbul halva manufacturers in the mid-eighteenth century” in Sûzişât-i mü’ellefe. Contaminazioni e spigolature turcologiche, edited by Matthias Kappler and Vera Costantini (Crocetta del Montello: Terra Ferma, 2010), pp. 165-176
  34. “From Anatolia to Istanbul and back again: Travelers and sojourners in mid-sixteenth-century Üsküdar,” in From Byzantion to Istanbul: 8000 Years of a Capital, exhibition catalogue, coordinated by Koray Durak (Istanbul: Sabancı Museum, 2010), pp. 278-289
  35. “Keeping artisans in their places, or how to run a guild and sell its product,” published in Turkish translation by Dürrin Tunç, in Karaların ve Denizlerin Sultanı İstanbul, 2 vols. edited by Filiz Özmen (Istanbul: Yapı ve Kredi, 2010), vol. 1, pp. 382-395 (İstanbul bedesteni’nde ipekli dokumalar: Bir lonca nasıl işletilir ve ürettikleri nasıl satılır?”)
  36. “The material culture of global connections: a report on current research” Turcica, 41 (2009), 401-431
  37. “Immigrant tradesmen as guild members, or the adventures of Tunisian fez-sellers in eighteenth-century Istanbul,” in The Arab Lands in the Ottoman Era: Essays in Honor of Caesar Farah edited by Jane Hathaway (Minneapolis: Center for Early Modern History, 2009), pp. 187-207
  38. “Refugees and Asylum Seekers on Ottoman Territory in the Early Modern Period,” in Le monde de l’itinerance en Méditerranée de l’Antiquité à l’époque moderne, edited by Claudia Moatti and Wolfgang Kaiser (Bordeaux: Ausonius, 2009), pp. 643-666
  39. “Materielle Kultur und — zuweilen — gesellschaftliche Werte: Das Europabild in den Berichten osmanischer Gesandter des XVIII. Jahrhunderts,“ in Strukturelle Zwänge –Persönliche Freiheiten. Osmanen, Türken, Muslime: Reflexionen zu gesellschaftlichen Umbrüchen, Gedenkband zu Ehren Petra Kapperts, edited by Hendrik Fenz (Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2009), pp. 81-103
  40. “Die Osmanen und die Handelswege der Adria,” in Balcani occidentali, Adriatico e Venezia fra XIII e XVIII secolo/ Der westliche Balkan, der Adriaraum und Venedig (13.-18. Jahrhundert) edited by Gherardo Ortalli and Oliver Jens Schmitt (Vienna: Verlag der Österrreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2009), pp. 373-387. English version: “The Ottomans and the trade routes of the Adriatic,” in SF, Another Mirror for Princes: The Public Image of the Sultans and its Reception (Istanbul: The Isis Press, 2008), pp. 249-266
  41. “Ottoman cotton textiles, 1500s to 1800: the story of a success that did not last,” in The Spinning World. A Global History of Cotton Textiles, 1200-1850, edited by Prasannan Prasarathi and Giorgio Riello (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 89-103
  42. Article “Osmanische Gesellschaft” in Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit, vol. 9, edited by Friedrich Jaeger (Stuttgart and Weimar: J. B: Metzler, 2009), col. 535-560
  43. “Osmanische Reisende in Venedig,” in Venezia incrocio di culture: Percezioni di viaggiatori europei e non-europei a confronto, edited by Klaus Herbers and Felicitas Schmieder (Rome: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 2008), pp. 165-179
  44. “At the Ottoman Empire’s Industrious Core: The Story of Bursa,” in The City in the Islamic World, edited by Renata Holod, Salma Jayyusi, Attilio Petruccioli and André Raymond, 2 vols. (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2008), vol. 1, pp. 357-381
  45. “Fifty years after the Conquest: Eighteenth-century Reforms in Ottoman Crete,“ in The Eastern Mediterranean under Ottoman Rule: Crete 1645-1840, Halcyon Days in Crete VI, edited by Antonis Anastasopoulos (Rethymnon: University of Crete Press, 2008), pp. 243-254
  46. “Introduction” in Another Mirror for Princes: the public image of the Ottoman sultans and its reception edited by Suraiya Faroqhi (Istanbul: The Isis Press, 2008), pp. 7-34
  47. “The Ottoman Empire in World History: What the Archives Can Tell Us,” in Another Mirror for Princes, pp. 35-52
  48. “Exotic Animals at the Sultan’s Court,” in Another Mirror for Princes, pp. 87-101.
  49. “Introduction” in Merchants in the Ottoman Empire edited by Suraiya Faroqhi and Gilles Veinstein (Leuven: Peeters, 2008), pp. XI-XLII
  50. “Honour and Hurt Feelings: Complaints Addressed to an Ottoman Merchant Trading in Venice” in Merchants in the Ottoman Empire, edited by Suraiya Faroqhi and Gilles Veinstein (Leuven: Peeters, 2008), 63-78
  51. “Local elites and government intervention in the province of Anadolu,” in The Province Strikes Back. Imperial Dynamics in the Eastern Mediterranean, edited by Björn Forsen and Giovanni Salmeri (Athens and Helsinki: Foundation of the Finnish Institute in Athens, 2008), pp. 65-81
  52. “Der osmanische Blick nach Osten: Dürrî Ahmed Efendi über den Zerfall des Safawidenreichs 1720-21” in Wahrnehmung des Fremden, Differenzerfahrungen von Diplomaten in Europa (1500-1648) edited by Michael Rohrschneider and Arno Strohmeyer (Münster/Germany: Aschendorff, 2007), pp. 375-398
  53. “Purchasing Guild- and Craft-based Offices in the Ottoman Central Lands,“ Turcica, 39 (2007), 123-146
  54. “Bursa’da cinayet: bir cui bono vakası,” in Noémi Lévy, Alexandre Toumarkine (eds.), Osmanlı’da Asayiş, Suç ve Ceza translated by Arzu Balcı (Istanbul: Tarih Vakfı, Yurt Yayınları, 2007), pp. 68-79
  55. “The Ottoman Empire Confronting the Christian World (1451-1774): A Discussion of the Secondary Literature Produced in Turkey,” in The Ottoman Empire, the Balkans, the Greek Lands, Studies in Honour of John C. Alexander, edited by Elias Kolovos, Phokion Kotzageorges, Sophia Laiou and Marinos Sariyannis (Istanbul: The Isis Press, 2007), pp. 89-108
  56. “Food for Feasts: Cooking Recipes in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth Century Anatolian Hostelries (imaret)” in Feeding People, Feeding Power, Imarets in the Ottoman Empire, edited by Amy Singer, Christoph Neumann and Nina Ergin (Istanbul: Eren, 2007), pp. 197-208
  57. “Die Abenteuer eines Beinah-Sklaven im XVIII. Jahrhundert: ein iranischer Untertan im Irrgarten der Vermutungen,“ in Unfreie Arbeit,Ökonomische und kulturgeschichtliche Perspektiven edited by Erdem Kabadayı, Tobias Reichardt (Hildesheim, Zurich, New York: Georg Olms Verlag, 2007), pp. 133-146
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  95. “Introduction,” (together with Fikret Adanır) in Ottoman Historiography: Turkey and Southeastern Europe,” edited by Fikret Adanır and myself (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2002), pp. 1-55
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  101. “Quis Custodiet Custodes? Controlling Slave Identities and Slave Traders in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Istanbul” in Frontiers of Faith, edited by Eszter Andor and István Györgi Tóth (Budapest: Central European University and European Science Foundation, 2001), pp. 119-134
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  104. “Die Zeit der Dynastie und ihre Feiern im Osmanischen Reich” Zeitfeld, special issue of Comparativ, Leipziger Beiträge zur Universalgeschichte und vergleichenden Gesellschaftsforschung, 10,3 (2000), 38-53
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  110. “Between Conflict and Accommodation: Guildsmen in Bursa and Istanbul during the 18th Century”, in Guilds, Economy and Society, Proceedings of the Twelfth International Economic History Congress, B1, edited by Stephen Epstein, Clara Eugenia Nuñez et alii (Sevilla: Fundacion Fomento de la Historia Economica, 1998), pp. 143-152
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  112. “Vom Sklavenmädchen zur Mekkapilgerin: Lebensläufe Bursaer Frauen im späten fünfzehnten Jahrhundert” in Das Osmanische Reich in seinen Archivalien und Chroniken, Nejat Göyünç zu Ehren, edited by Klaus Kreiser and Christoph Neumann (Istanbul, Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 1997), pp.7-30; English translation by the author “From the slave market to Arafat: Biographies of Bursa women in the late fifteenth century” Turkish Studies Association Bulletin, 24 (2000), 3-20
  113. “Crime, Women and Wealth in the Eighteenth-Century Anatolian Countryside,” in Women in the Ottoman Empire, Middle Eastern Women in the Early Modern Era, edited by Madeline Zilfi (Leiden: Brill, 1997), pp.6-27
  114. “Seeking Wisdom in China: An Attempt to Make Sense of the Celali Rebellions” in: Zafar nama, Memorial volume to Felix Tauer, edited by Rudolf Vesely and Eduard Gombar (Prague: Enigma, 1996) 101-124
  115. “Ortak İşliklerle Özel Evler Arasında XVIII. Yüzyıl Bursa’sında İşyerleri” translated by Rita Urgan in Bir Masaldı Bursa… edited by Engin Yenal (Istanbul: Yapı ve Kredi Bankası, 1996), pp. 97-104
  116. “İktisat Tarihi (1500-1600)” in: Türkiye Tarihi, vol. 2, Osmanlı Devleti 1300-1600 edited by Sina Akşin, 4. printing (Istanbul: Cem Yayınevi, 1995), pp. 145-205 (this article does not occur in earlier editions of this work, and the same applies to the following item)
  117. “İktisat Tarihi (17. ve 18. Yüzyıllar)”, , vol. 3 Osmanlı Devleti, 1600-1908, edited by Sina Akşin, 4. printing (Istanbul: Cem Yayınevi, 1995), pp. 191-216
  118. “Conflict, Accommodation and Long-term Survival: The Bektashi Order and the Ottoman State” in: Bektachiyya, Études sur l’ordre mystique des Bektachis et les groupes relevant de Hadji Bektash, edited by Alexandre Popovic and Gilles Veinstein (Istanbul: The Isis Publications, 1995), pp. 171-184
  119. “The Bektashis: An Historical Survey”, , pp.9-30
  120. “Introduction” in Making a Living in the Ottoman Lands 1480-1820 (Istanbul: The Isis Publishers, 1995), pp. 1-18
  121. “The Business of Trade: Bursa Merchants of the 1480s” , pp. 193-216
  122. “Bursa at the Crossroads: Iranian Silk, European Competition and the Local Economy 1470-1700”, , pp. 113-148
  123. “Ottoman Guilds in the Late Eighteenth Century: The Bursa Case”, , pp. 93-112
  124. “Introduction”, in Coping with the State, Political Conflict and Crime in the Ottoman Empire, 1550-1720 (Istanbul, 1995, The Isis Publishers) pp. VII-XXIII
  125. “Robbery on the Hajj Road and Political Allegiance in the Ottoman Empire”, , pp.179-196
  126. “Politics and Socio-economic Change in the Ottoman Empire of the Later Sixteenth Century” in: The Age of Süleyman, edited by Metin Kunt and Christine Woodhead (London: Longman, 1995), pp. 91-113
  127. “Onaltıncı ve Onyedinci Yüzyıllarda Osmanlı Devlet Anlayışı ve Hac Olgusu” in Türk Tarih Kongresi, Kongreye Sunulan Bildiriler, (Ankara: Türk Tarih Kurumu, 1994), pp. 2109 – 2119
  128. “The Life and Death of Outlaws in Çorum”, in Armağan, Festschrift für Andreas Tietze, edited by Ingeborg Baldauf, Suraiya Faroqhi and Rudolf Vesely (Prague, Enigma Corporation, 1994), pp.59-77
  129. “On sekizinci Yüzyıl Osmanlı Kentleri: Bilinenler ve Bilinmeyenler” in Kent Tarihçiliği, Sempozyum/ Atölye, İstanbul, 5-6 Mart 1994 (Istanbul, Toplu Konut İdaresi/ Tarih Vakfı, 1994), pp.52-68
  130. “Labor Recruitment and Control in the Ottoman Empire (sixteenth and seventeenth centuries)” in Manufac­turing in the Ottoman Empire and Turkey, 1500-1950, edited by Donald Quataert (Albany, N.Y. 1994), pp.13-58
  131. “Sainthood as a Means of Self-Defense in Seventeenth- Century Ottoman Anatolia” in Saints in Islam, edited by Grace Smith and Carl Ernst (Istanbul, The Isis Press, 1993), pp. 193 – 208
  132. “Tarsus and the tahrir”, Osmanlı Araştırmaları, 13 (1993), 75-89
  133. “Räuber, Rebellen und Obrigkeit im osmanischen Anatolien”, Periplus,3 (1993), 31-46
  134. “Trade Controls, Provisioning Policies and Donations:The Egypt-Hijaz Connection during the Second Half of the Sixteenth Century” in: Süleyman the Second (sic) and his Time, edited by Halil Inalcik and Cemal Kafadar, (Istanbul, The Isis Press, 1993), pp.131-144
  135. “Menteşeoğullarından Osmanlılara Muğla”, in Tarih İçinde Muğla, edited by Ilhan Tekeli (Ankara, METU Faculty of Architecture Publication, 1993), pp. 16-33
  136. “Anatolian Townsmen as Pilgrims to Mecca: Some Evidence from the XVIth – XVIIth Centuries” in Soliman le Magnifique et son temps edited by Gilles Veinstein, Rencontres de ‘École du Louvre (Paris: La Documentation Française, 1992), pp. 309-325
  137. “Two Women of Substance” in Festgabe an Josef Matuz, Osmanistik, Turkologie, Diplomatik, edited by Christa Fragner, Klaus Schwarz+ (Berlin: Klaus Schwarz Verlag, 1992), pp 37-56
  138. “Political Activity among Ottoman Taxpayers and the Problem of Sultanic Legitimation (1570-1650)” Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, XXXIV (1992), 1-39
  139. “Preface” to Rifa’at Abou-El-Haj Formation of the Modern State, the Ottoman Empire, Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries (Albany: SUNY Press, 1991), pp. IX-XVII (together with Cornell Fleischer)
  140. “Black Slaves and Freedmen Celebrating (Aydın, 1576)”, Turcica, XXI-XXIII (1991), 205-215
  141. “Introduction” New Perspectives on Turkey, 5-6 (1991), special issue on Ottoman trade, guest editor: S. Faroqhi, 1-27
  142. “Red Sea Trade and Communications as Observed by Evliya Çelebi (1671-72)”, ibid., 87-106
  143. “Trade and Traders in 1660s Iskenderun”, , 107-123
  144. “Wealth and Power in the Land of Olives: the Economic and Political Activities of Müridoğlu Hacı Mehmed Ağa, Notable of Edremit (died in or before 1823)”, in Landholding and Commercial Agriculture in the Middle East edited by Çağlar Keyder and Faruk Tabak, (Albany: SUNY Press, 1991), 77-96
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  146. “The Fieldglass and the Magnifying Lens: Ottoman Studies of Crafts and Craftsmen”, The Journal of European Economic History 20, 1 (1991), 29-57
  147. “Introduction”, New Approaches to State and Peasant in Ottoman History, edited by Halil Berktay and Suraiya Faroqhi The Journal of Peasant Studies, (April/July 1991), 3-17
  148. “In Search of Ottoman History”, , 211-241. Turkish translation by Halil Berktay in Defter, 6,20 (1993), 60-90
  149. “Counterfeiting in Ankara” in: The Turkish Studies Association Bulletin, 15, 2 (Sept. 1991), Issue in honour of Ronald Jennings, 281-292
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  151. “Die Legitimation der Osmanensultane: Zur Beziehung von Religion, Kunst und Politik im 16. und 17. Jahrhundert”, Zeitschrift für Türkeistudien, 2 (1989), 49-67.
  152. “Merchant Networks and Ottoman Craft Production (16-17th Centuries)” in The Proceedings of International Conference on Urbanism in Islam (ICUIT), 3 vols. (Tokyo, 1989), vol.1, pp. 85-132
  153. “Seventeenth Century Agricultural Crisis and the Art of Flute Playing: the Worldly Affairs of the Mevlevi Dervishes (1595-1652)” Turcica, XX (1988), 43-70
  154. “On Yedinci Yüzyılın İkinci Yarısında Devecilik ve Anadolu Göçebeleri (Danişmendli Mukataası)”, Türk Tarih Kongresi, Kongreye Sunulan Bildiriler, vol. 2, (Ankara: Türk Tarih Kurumu, 1988), pp. 923-932
  155. “Onaltıncı ve Onyedinci Yüzyıl Kadı Sicillerinde Kaydolunan Ev Satışlarıyla İlgili Belgelerin Şekil Açısından Değişimi” in: Tarih Boyunca Paleografya ve Diplomatik Semineri Bildirileri (Istanbul, 1988), pp. 201-210
  156. “Ottoman Documents Concerning the Hajj during the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: Supplies, Policies, Mentalities” in: La vie sociale dans les provinces arabes a l’époque ottomane (Zaghouan, CEROMDI, 1988), vol.3, pp. 151-163
  157. “A Great Foundation in Difficulties: Or some Evidence on Economic Contraction in the Ottoman Empire of the Mid-Seventeenth Century” in: Mélanges Professeur Robert Mantran, edited by Abdelgelil Temimi, 3 vols. (Zaghouan, CEROMDI, 1988), vol.3, pp. 109-121
  158. The articles “Izmid”, “Izmir”, “Malatya” (Ottoman period), “Malazgird” (town), “Mamuretülaziz”, “Maraş” (Ottoman period), “Muğla”, “Mühim­me”, “Nevşehir”, “Osmanlı” (econ. + social.), “re’aya”, “Revan”, “Rize”, “Ruha” (Ottoman and modern periods), “Samsun”, “Selanik”, “Semendire”, “Shah Sultan”, “Shebsefa Kadın”, “Sidjill (Ottoman)”, “Si’irt”, “Sinop”, “Sıvas”, “Suk” (Ottoman period), “Tahrir”, “Tapu”, “Tarabzun”, “Ushak”, “Yaş”, “Yozgat”, “yaya” “zi’amet” and “Zonguldak” in Encyclopedia of Islam, 2nd edition
  159. Coauthor of “zaviye” article in İslam Ansiklopedisi; articles “Bauer”, “Dorf”, “Ernährung”, “Familie”, “Finanzwesen”, “Salz” (osmanischer Bereich), “Osmanische Geschichte” and numerous others in: Lexikon für die Geschichte des Mittelalters (Munich, Zurich: Artemis-Winkler Verlag), “Islamic Art, Architecture, Anatolia and Balkans” in The Dictionary of Art
  160. “Agriculture and Rural Life in the Ottoman Empire (ca. 1500-1878)” in: New Perspectives on Turkey 1,1 (1987), 3-34
  161. “Political Tensions in the Anatolian Countryside around 1600 – An Attempt at Interpretation” in: Türkische Miszellen. Robert Anhegger Festschrift, Armağanı, Mélanges, edited by J.L. Bacqué-Grammont, Barbara Flemming, Macit Gökberk, İlber Ortaylı (Istanbul, 1987), pp. 117-130, Turkish translation by Nail Satlıgan: Tez, 7 (1987)
  162. “Long-term Change and the Ottoman Construction Site: A Study of Builders’ Wages and Iron Prices (with special reference to seventeenth-century Foça and Sayda)” in Raiyyet Rüsumu. Journal of Turkish Studies (Cambridge, MA), 10 (1987), Essays presented to Halil Inalcik, 111-126
  163. “Political Initiatives ‘from the Bottom up’ in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Ottoman Empire” in Osmanistische Studien zur Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte. In Memoriam Vančo Boškov, edited by Hans Georg Majer (Wiesbaden, 1986), pp. 24-33
  164. “Town Officials, Tımar-holders and Taxation: The Late Sixteenth- Century Crisis as seen from Çorum”, Turcica, XVIII (1986), 53-82
  165. “The Venetian Presence in the Ottoman Empire”, The Journal of European Economic History (Rome), 15 (1986), pp. 345-384 and reprinted in The Ottoman Empire and the World Economy, edited by Huri İslamoğlu İnan (Cambridge University Press, 1987), pp. 311-344
  166. “Coffee and Spices: Official Ottoman Reactions to Egyptian Trade in the Later Sixteenth Century”, Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes, 76 (1986), Festschrift Andreas Tietze, 87-93
  167. “Der ottomanische Herrschaftsbereich (1350-1650)” in Handbuch der europäischen Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte, edited by H. Kellenbenz (Stuttgart, 1986), vol. 3, pp. 1246-1284
  168. “Stadt-Landbeziehungen und Regionalorganisation im osmanischen Anatolien des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts”, Jahrbuch zur Geschichte und Gesellschaft des Vorderen und Mittleren Orients (1985-86), 137-163
  169. “Civilian Society and Political Power in the Ottoman Empire”, International Journal of Middle East Studies, 17 (1985), 109-117
  170. “Onaltıncı ve Onyedinci Yüzyıllarda Ankara Kenti ve Kırsal Çevresi” in: Tarih İçinde Ankara, İlhan Tekeli and Erdal Yavuz (Ankara, 1984), pp. 61-88
  171. “A Map of Anatolian Friday Mosques (1520-1535)”, Osmanlı Araştırmaları. The Journal of Ottoman Studies, IV (1984), 161-173
  172. “Ricardo, Yapısalcılık ve İklimsel Değişme: Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie’nin Yapıtları”, Toplum ve Bilim, 23 (1983), 103-114 (translated by Rıfat Yılmaz)
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Various book reviews in Ural-Altaische Jahrbücher, Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes, Der Islam, Osmanlı Araştırmaları, International Journal of Middle East Studies, The Journal of Modern History, Business History, Die Welt des Islams, Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, Turcica.