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Article Duygu Yıldırım (2023)
Ottoman plants, nature studies, and the attentiveness of translational labor. History of Science (pp. 497-521). (/isis/citation/CBB645213541/) unapi

Article Cevat Dargın (2023)
Anticipatory historical geographies of violence: Imagining, mapping, and integrating Dersim into the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish state, 1866–1939. Journal of Historical Geography (pp. 162-178). (/isis/citation/CBB825248237/) unapi

Article Elyse Semerdjian (2023)
Archival Wounds. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 97-101). (/isis/citation/CBB933499062/) unapi

Article Michiel Leezenberg (2023)
From Cosmopolitan to Vernacular in the Language Sciences: A Global History Perspective. Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte (pp. 18-37). (/isis/citation/CBB848075999/) unapi

Book Mackenzie Cooley; Anna Toledano; Duygu Yildirim (2023)
Natural Things in Early Modern Worlds. (/isis/citation/CBB335566887/) unapi

Article Faisal H. Husain (2023)
To Dam or Not to Dam: The Social Construction of an Ottoman Hydraulic Project, 1701–02. Technology and Culture (pp. 456-484). (/isis/citation/CBB753084300/) unapi

Article Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu (2023)
Introductory Notes on Addressing Issues and Problems of Multireligious-Ethnic Scholars in the Ottoman Science. Almagest (pp. 70-86). (/isis/citation/CBB787784524/) unapi

Article Isacar Bolaños (2022)
Water, Engineers, and French Environmental Imaginaries of Ottoman Iraq, 1868–1908. Environmental History (pp. 772-798). (/isis/citation/CBB594251287/) unapi

Book Chris Gratien (2022)
The Unsettled Plain: An Environmental History of the Late Ottoman Frontier. (/isis/citation/CBB275188967/) unapi

Article M. Alper Yalçınkaya (2022)
Globalizing ‘science and religion’: examples from the late Ottoman Empire. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 445-458). (/isis/citation/CBB680028512/) unapi

Article Daniel A. Stolz (2022)
‘Impossible to provide an accurate estimate’: The interested calculation of the Ottoman public debt, 1875–1881. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 477-493). (/isis/citation/CBB888880625/) unapi

Article Ceren Gülser İlikan Rasimoğlu (2022)
Hidden Curriculum and Politicization of Medical Students in the Late Ottoman Empire. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences (pp. 81-107). (/isis/citation/CBB289667581/) unapi

Article Paul Slack (2022)
Perceptions of plague in eighteenth‐century Europe. Economic History Review (pp. 138-156). (/isis/citation/CBB354206049/) unapi

Article Kenan Tekin (2022)
Islamic philosophy and the globalization of science: Ahmed Cevdet's translation of the sixth chapter of Ibn Khaldun's Muqaddimah. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 459-475). (/isis/citation/CBB427954092/) unapi

Book Stefania Malavasi (2022)
Studenti a Padova, medici in Oriente. Viaggi ed esperienze professionali e culturali di laureati illustri dello Studio (secoli XVI-XVII). (/isis/citation/CBB596687013/) unapi

Article Nicole Khayat; Liat Kozma (2022)
Medicine and Arabic literary production in the Ottoman Empire during the nineteenth century. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 515-524). (/isis/citation/CBB272823309/) unapi

Article Jane H. Murphy; Sahar Bazzaz (2022)
Re-examining globalization and the history of science: Ottoman and Middle Eastern experiences. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 411-422). (/isis/citation/CBB421858860/) unapi

Chapter Holmberg, Eva Johanna (2022)
Avoiding conflict in the early modern Levant: Henry Blount’s adaptations in Ottoman lands. In: Travel and conflict in the early modern world. (/isis/citation/CBB996112412/) unapi

Article Aslıhan Gürbüzel (2021)
From New Spain to Damascus: Ottoman Religious Authorities and the Making of Medical Knowledge on Tobacco. Early Science and Medicine: A Journal for the Study of Science, Technology and Medicine in the Pre-modern Period (pp. 561-581). (/isis/citation/CBB372217014/) unapi

Article Seven Ağır; Cihan Artunç (Winter 2021)
Set and Forget? The Evolution of Business Law in the Ottoman Empire and Turkey. Business History Review (pp. 703-738). (/isis/citation/CBB480166104/) unapi


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