CHAIR: Lesley Peirce (UCLA)

Jonathan Harris (London), Laonikos Chalkokondyles and Ottoman taxation. 

Kate Fleet (Cambridge), Tax farming in Istanbul after the conquest: the case of rents. 

Eleni Sakellariou (Ioannina), The Western perspective: tax farming in a province of the Spanish empire. Southern Italy and the Genoese involvement. 

Huri Islamoglu (Sabanc University), Taxation as an aspect of pre-modern property relations: the Ottoman case. 

CHAIR: Amy Singer (Tel Aviv)

Salih Özbaran (Izmir), Military men as tax collectors in the Provinces of Basra and Lahsa in the 16th century. 

Pál Fodor (ELTE, Budapest), Some thoughs on the Ottoman tax-farm system and its applications in Hungary in the 16th century. 

Olexander Halenko (Kiev), The taxation of wine production and trade in 16th- century Crimea.

Victor Ostapchuk (Toronto), Viziers, tax farmers and gazis in the adventures and misadventures of defending a frontier: the case of the northern Black Sea in the first half of the 17th century.