The following articles, which pertain to the aims of the project, have been published so far:
- Marinos Sariyannis, “Ottoman Critics of Society and State, Fifteenth to Early Eighteenth Centuries: Toward a Corpus for the Study of Ottoman Political Thought”, Archivum Ottomanicum 25 (2008): 127-50.
- Marinos Sariyannis, “The Princely Virtues as Presented in Ottoman Political and Moral Literature”, Turcica 43 (2011), 121-144.
- Marinos Sariyannis, “Ruler and State, State and Society in Ottoman Political Thought”, Turkish Historical Review 4 (2013), 83-117.
The following articles have been composed during the project:
- Marina Demetriadou, “Celali bandits ‘speaking for themselves’ in Ottoman narrative sources” (submitted to Index of Mediterranean Studies, to be launched in 2015)
- Marinos Sariyannis, “Ottoman ideas on popular rule before the Tanzimat reforms: toward a conceptual history of Ottoman political notions” (submitted to Turcica)
- Ekin Tuşalp Atıyas, “Eloquence in context: Ottoman scribes and the rhetorics of their political rise in the seventeenth century” (submitted to Turcica)
Members of the project have participated in international conferences or presented their work:
- Marinos Sariyannis, “Early modern Ottoman political thought and Islamic precursors: Tradition and rupture”, invited lecture, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, 6 October 2014.
- Ekin Tuşalp Atıyas, “The bazaar of eloquence: Scribes and their patrons in the seventeenth century,” 48th Middle East Studies Association (MESA) Annual Meeting as part of the panel “Personnel and Patronage: Getting Ahead in the Ottoman System,” Washington DC, USA, November 2014.
- Marinos Sariyannis, “Kâtip Çelebi’s position in early modern Ottoman political thought”, International Kâtip Çelebi Research Symposium, Kâtip Çelebi Üniversitesi, İzmir, Turkey, 26-28 March 2015.