- Awards and Affiliations
- Research and Publications
Editor, Review of Middle East Studies
Associate Editor, International Journal of Islamic Architecture
American Council of Learned Societies Faculty Fellow, 2014-2015
Gould Center for Humanistic Studies Faculty Research Grant, Summer 2012
al-Falah Dissertation Grant, CMES, UC Berkeley, Fall 2008
American Research Institute in Turkey Dissertation Research Fellowship, 2003-2004
Ford Foundation Research Grant for Social Science Concepts in Area Studies, Summer 1998
The Proper Order of Things: Language, Power and Law in Ottoman Administrative Discourses, Stanford University Press, 2018 release date
“From Hyperbole to Bureaucracy: Ottoman and Habsburg Courtly Rivalries,” In Iacobus: Revista de Estudios Jacobeos Y Medievales, memorial issue for Louis Cardaillac (Issue 33-34, 2015), 265-90.
Current book project: Archiving Empires: Monuments to Universalism in Early Modern Habsburg and Ottoman Courts
Chapter submission "The Circle of Justice and Legal Vocabularies in Ottoman Administrative Genres" for Justice, Statecaft and Law: A New Ottoman Legal History (forthcoming under the editorship of Huricihan Islamoglu)
"Occupying the Future." The Tahrir Forum of the Cairo Review (November 29, 2011).
"Genres of Power: Constructing a Discourse of Decline in Ottoman Nasihatname." In Osmanli Arastirmalari Dergisi /The Journal of Ottoman Studies (Issue 35, 2010) 81-116.
"Reading Kanunname: Law and Governance in the Sixteenth-Century Ottoman Empire." In The International Journal of the Humanities 6 (2007-08).
"Property, Language, and Law: Conventions of Social Discourse in Seventeenth-century Tarablus al-Sham." In Beshara Doumani, ed., The Family in Middle Eastern History (New York: SUNY Press, 2002).
"Paths Through the Archives: Research as Storytelling," La Sierra University, 2007