Christopher Markiewicz, University of Birmingham, UK
Editorial Advisory Board:
- Amila Buturović, York University, Canada
- Emine Fetvacı, Boston University, USA
- Joshua M. White, University of Virginia, USA
- Stefan Winter, The Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
The Ottoman Empire sat at the crux between Asia, Africa, and Europe and connected systems of trade, politics, and culture across continents. It also contained diverse worlds within it through the many peoples, languages, and religions its imperial frame encompassed. These worlds of the Ottoman Empire informed the expanding horizons of the early modern period both through its internal dynamics and far-flung interactions.