The Skilliter Centre published several edited volumes of conference papers with Oriente Moderno:

Kate Fleet (ed.), The Ottoman Empire in the Eighteenth Century (Oriente Moderno, 18/1) (Rome, 1999).

Author

Title

Gilles Veinstein İnalcık’s views on the Ottoman eighteenth century and the fiscal problem
Elena Frangakis-Syrett The economic activities of the Ottoman and Western Communities in eighteenth-century Izmir
Edhem Eldem French trade and commercial policy in the Levant in the eighteenth century
Yavuz Cezar From financial crisis to the structural change: the case of the Ottoman Empire in the eighteenth century
Jane Hathaway The household: an alternative framework for the military society of eighteenth-century Ottoman Egypt
Abdul-Karim Rafeq Relations between the Syrian ‘Ulama’ and the Ottoman state in the eighteenth century
Dariusz Kołodziejczyk The Ottoman diplomats on eightenth-century Poland: contempt or discouragement?
Oleksander Halenko Towards the character of Ottoman policy in the Northern Black Sea region after the Treaty of Belgrade (1739)
Géza Dávid The Eyalet of Temesvár in the eighteenth century
Paschalis M. Kitromilides Orthodox culture and collective identity in the Ottoman Balkans during the eighteenth century
Guy Evans George Stavrakoğlu and the rule of Ruşvet
Svetlana Ivanova Muslim and Christian women before the Kadı Court in eighteenth-century Rumeli: marriage problems
Rossitsa Gradeva The activities of a Kadı Court in eighteenth-century Rumeli: the Case of Hacioğlu Pazarcik
Madeleine C. Zilfi Hâkim’s Chronicle revisited
Virginia H. Aksan An Ottoman portrait of Frederick the Great
Johann Strauss The Rise of non-Muslim historiography in the eighteenth century
Victoria Rowe Holbrook The intellectual and the state: poetry in Istanbul in the 1790s
Karl Barbir The changing face of the Ottoman Empire in the eighteenth century: past and future scholarship

Kate Fleet (ed.), The Ottomans and the Sea (Oriento Moderno, XX/1) (Rome, 2001).

Author

Title

Palmira Brummett The Ottomans as a world power: what we don’t know about Ottoman sea-power
Victor Ostapchuk The human landscape of the Ottoman Black Sea in the face of the Cossack naval raids
Suraiya Faroqhi Trade and revenue collection in later sixteenth-century Salonica
Elena Frangakis-Syrett Izmir and the Ottoman maritime world of the eighteenth century
Kate Fleet Early Turkish naval activities
Elizabeth Zachariadou Monks and sailors under the Ottoman sultans
Rossitsa Gradeva War and peace along the Danube: Vidin at the end of the seventeenth century
Gábor Ágoston Merces prohibitae: the Anglo-Ottoman trade in war material and the dependence theory
Molly Greene Ruling an island without a navy. A comparative view of Venetian and Ottoman Crete
Kaori Komatsu Financial problems of the navy during the reign of Abdülhamid II
Konstantin Zhukov and Aleksandr Vitol The origins of the Ottoman submarine fleet
Claudia Römer The sea in comparisons and metaphors in Ottoman historiography in the sixteenth century
Victoria Holbrook Oceanic feeling, narcissism and the post classical image

Maurits van den Boogert and Kate Fleet (eds.), The Ottoman Capitulations: Text and Context (Oriente Moderno, XXII/3) (Rome, 2003).

Author

Title

Alexander H. de Groot The historical development of the capitulatory regime in the Ottoman Middle East from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries
Kate Fleet Turkish-Latin diplomatic relations in the fourteenth century: the case of the consul
Maurits H. van den Boogert Consular jurisdiction in the Ottoman legal system in the eighteenth century
Isa Blumi Capitulations in the late Ottoman Empire: the shifting parameters of Russian and Austrian interests in Ottoman Albania, 1878-1912
Merlijn Olnon ‘A most agreeable and pleasant creature’? Merzifonlu Kara Mustafa Pasha in the correspondence of Justinus Colyer (1668-1682)
Dariusz Kolodziejczyk Between the splendour of Barocco and political pragmatism: the form and contents of the Polish-Ottoman treaty documents of 1699
Svetlana Ivanova The Empire’s ‘own’ foreigners: Armenians and acem tüccar in Rumeli in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
Jan Schmidt Manuscripts documenting relations between the Ottoman Empire and the West in the Leiden University Library: treaties, passports and letters
Rosita D’Amora The diplomatic relations between Naples and the Ottoman Empire in the mid-eighteenth century: cultural perceptions

Ebru Boyar and Kate Fleet (eds.), The Ottomans and Trade (Oriente Moderno,XXV/1) (Rome, 2006).

Author

Title

Rossitsa Gradeva Villages in international trade: the case of Chervena voda, seventeenth to the beginning of the eighteenth centuries
Stefka Parveva The influence of the market on the urban agrarian space: the case of the town of Arcadia in 1716
Fruma Zachs Commerce and merchants under Amīr Bašīr II: from market town to commercial centre
Antonis Anastasopoulos Building alliances: a Christian merchant in eighteenth-century Karaferye
Svetla Ianeva The commercial practices and protoindustrial activities of Haci Hristo Rachkov, a Bulgarian trader at the end of the eighteenth to the beginning of the nineteenth century
Eyal Ginio When coffee brought about wealth and prestige: the impact of Egyptian trade on Salonica
Elena Frangakis-Syrett Market networks and Ottoman-European commerce, c.1700-1825
Maurits van der Boogert Ottoman Greeks in the Dutch Levant trade: collective strategy and individual practice
Dariusz Kołodziejczyk Slave hunting and slave redemption as a business enterprise: the northern Black Sea region in the sixteenth to seventeenth centuries
Jane Hathaway The Ottomans and the Yemeni coffee trade
Salih Özbaran Ottomans and the India trade in the sixteenth century: some new data and reconsiderations
Jan Schmidt Hamza Efendi’s treatise on buying and selling of 1678
Kate Fleet Law and trade in the early fifteenth century: the case of Cagi Sati Oglu
Ebru Boyar Public good and private exploitation: criticism of the Tobacco Régie in 1909

The Skilliter Centre also published the journal Eurasian Studies jointly with l’Istituto per l’Oriente C.A. Nallino, Rome between 2002 and 2007.

For availability and purchasing contact Dr. Kate Fleet.