Publications

Tijana Krstic, “State and Religion, ‘Sunnitization’ and ‘Confessionalism’ in Süleyman’s time,” in P. Fodor, ed., The Battle for Central Europe--The Siege of Szigetvar and the Death of Suleyman the Magnificent and Nicholas Zrinyi. 65-92. Leiden, Boston Budapest: Brill and Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2019.

Tijana Krstic, “From Shahāda to ‘Aqīda: Conversion to Islam, Catechization, and Sunnitization in Sixteenth-Century Ottoman Rumeli,” in A.C.S. Peacock (ed.), Islamisation: Comparative Perspectives from History. 296-314. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2017.

Emese Muntán, "Felekezeti határok áthágása: Törvénytelen és vegyes házasságok  a 17. századi Temesközben és a Szörénységben" [Confessional transgressions: illegitimate and mixed marriages in seventeenth-century-Banat] in Gábor Ittzés (ed.), Viszály és együttélés: Vallások és felekezetek a török hódoltság korában [Conflict and coexistence: Religions and denominations during Ottoman rule], (Budapest: Universitas, 2017) [ISBN 978-963-9671-63-8, 624 p.], pp. 89-107.PDF iconemese_muntan_article.pdf

Nir Shafir, "The Politics of Piety in the Ottoman Empire Reimagined," Comparative Studies in Society and History 61/3 (2019): 595-623. [PDF iconPDF]

Derin Terzioglu, "Power, Patronage, and Confessionalism: Ottoman Politics Through the Eyes of a Crimean Sufi, 1580-1593," in Political Thought and Practice in the Ottoman Empire-Halcyon Days in Crete IX, edited by M. Sariyannis (Crete University Press, 2019), 149-186. [PDF iconPDF]

Margarita Voulgaropoulou, "Cross-Cultural Encounters in the Twilight of the Republic of Venice: The Church of the Dormition of the Virgin in Višnjeva, Montenegro”, Journal of Modern Greek Studies, Volume 36, Number 1, May 2018, pp. 25-70.PDF iconmargarita_voulgaropoulou_jmgs.pdf