Tracing the meanings of the first Ottoman history: Ahmedi’s “Tevarîh-i Mulûk-i Âl-i ‘Osman”

I wrote this assignment for HIST 222 (Ottoman History: 1300-1600) but I changed its order a bit in order to understand what the article aims. Enjoy reading! It is apparent that a number of authors have attempted to write the Ottoman history for centuries. In this sense, particularly, primary sources are quite crucial to understanding any narrated age in the …

On the verge of dismantling: Spain in the 17th century

  This paper is written for HIST 241 (The History of Early Modern Europe) class for Prof. Peter Robert Campbell. He wrote a wide range of articles about the Early Modern French History. He also published a variety of books like  Louis XIV (1661-1715) in 1993 and Power and Politics in Old Regime France (1720-1745) in 1996.  He currently gives lectures …