Campus Address: Cassety Hall 331
Ph.D., Georgetown University
Ottoman, Turkish political history, Middle East, Eastern Europe
Celal Nuri: Young Turk Modernizer and Muslim Nationalist (London; New York: I. B. Tauris, forthcoming in August 2021).
Islamization in Bosnia: Sarajevo’s Conversion and Economic Development, 1461-1604 (Washington, DC: Academica Press, 2018).
Coeditor, Transformations of Populism in Europe and the Americas: History and Recent Tendencies (New York: Bloomsbury Press, 2015).
“The Bosnian Gentry and Conversion to Islam in Ottoman Sarajevo” Turkish Review 3/5 (2013): 484-488.
“Disputing the Iron Circle: Renan, Afghani, and Kemal on Islam, Science, and Modernity,” Journal of World History 22:4 (December 2011): 693-714.
“Turkish Conceptions of the Caliphate, 1909-1924” put under contract for inclusion in the volume: Islam: Continuity and Change in the Globalized World: A Festschrift in honor of John O. Voll, editor Natana J. DeLong-Bas (Syracuse, Syracuse University Press, forthcoming Fall 2021).
“10. Beyond Jihad: Celal Nuri and Alexander Helphand-Parvus on the Ottoman-German Alliance,” in Hakan Yavuz with Feroz Ahmad, editors, War and Collapse: World War I and the Ottoman State (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2016), 263-281.
“Alija Izetbegovic's Islamic Declaration and Populism in Bosnia,” in John Abromeit, Bridget María Chesterton, Gary Marotta and York Norman (eds.), Transformations of Populism in Europe and the Americas: History and Recent Tendencies (London: Bloomsbury Academic Publishing, 2015), 90-102.
“Celal Nuri on Islamism in Ottoman Turkey, 1914.” in Abdulselam Avvas, editor, Dört Kıtada Folklorun İzinde: Prof. Dr. Özkul Çobanoğlu Armaganı (Ankara: Hakim Yayınları, 2015), 225-231.
“The Historical Importance of Kazan Tatar Turks to the Late Ottoman Empire and the Ideas of Celal Nuri,” In: Muhammad Savaş Kafkasyalı, editor, Islam in Central Asia, vol. 3 (Türkistan, Kazakhstan: Ahmet Yesevi University, 2013): 417-428.
“Bosnian Muslims and the Wartime Legacy,” in Nancy Rupprecht & Wendy Koenig, editors, Holocaust Persecution: Responses and Consequences (Cambridge Scholarly Press: London, 2010): 48-55.
“The Gazi Hüsrev İmareti: Islamization and Urban Development in Sixteenth Century Sarajevo,” in Nina Ergin, Christoph Neumann, and Amy Singer, editors, Feeding People, Feeding Power: Imarets in the Ottoman Empire, edited by Amy Singer (Istanbul: Eren Press, 2007): 81-94.
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