Derr, Jennifer L. The Lived Nile Environment, Disease, and Material Colonial Economy in Egypt. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
Duffy, Andrea E. Nomad’s Land: Pastoralism and French Environmental Policy in the Nineteenth-Century Mediterranean World. University of Nebraska Press, 2019.
Gürses, Hande and Irmak Ertuna Howison (eds), Animals, Plants, and Landscapes An Ecology of Turkish Literature and Film. New York: Routledge.
İnal Onur and Ethemcan Turhan (eds), Transforming Socio-Natures in Turkey: Landscapes, State and Environmental Movements. London: Routledge.
İnal, Onur and Yavuz Köse (eds), Seeds of Power: Explorations in Ottoman Environmental History. Cambridge: The White Horse Press.
Kaya, Alp Yücel (ed.), Buğdayın Akdeniz’deki Yolculuğu, (Izmir: İzmir Akdeniz Akademisi, 2019).
Kuzucuoğlu, Catherine, Attila Çiner, and Nizamettin Kazancı (eds), Landscapes and Landforms of Turkey. Cham: Springer.
Elias Kolovos, Across the Aegean: Islands, Monasteries and Rural Societies in the Ottoman Greek Lands (Istanbul: The Isis Press, 2018)
Mikhail, Alan, Under Osman’s Tree: The Ottoman Empire, Egypt, and Environmental History. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Ayalon, Yaron, Natural Disasters in the Ottoman Empire: Plague, Famine, and Other Misfortunes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Mikhail, Alan, The Animal in Ottoman Egypt. New York: Oxford University Press.
Mikhail, Alan, ed., Water on Sand: Environmental Histories of the Middle East and North Africa. New York: Oxford University Press.
Mikhail, Alan, Nature and Empire in Ottoman Egypt: An Environmental History. Studies in Environment and History. New York: Cambridge University Press.
ARTICLES and BOOK CHAPTERS
Pehlivan, Zozan. “El Niño and the Nomads: Global Climate, Local Environment, and the Crisis of Pastoralism in Late Ottoman Kurdistan.” Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, Apr. 2020, pp. 313-356.
Acara, Eda. “From Imperial Frontier to National Heartland: Environmental History of Turkey’s Nation-Building in Its European Province of Thrace,1920-1940.” Transforming Socio-Natures in Turkey: Landscapes, State and Environmental Movements (2019): 52.
Acara, Eda. Sequestering a River: The Political Ecology of the “Dead” Ergene River and Neoliberal Urbanization in Today’s Turkey (Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 2019)
Akgül, Önder E. “Batı Anadolu’da Keresteciler, Köylüler ve Müşterekler: “Koskoca Bir Ormanın Tahribi ve İmhası,” Toplumsal Tarih 312 (December 2019): 50-64.
Akgül, Önder E. “John R. McNeill ile Çevre Tarihi Üzerine Mülakat,” Toplumsal Tarih 312 (December 2019): 26-29.
Binboğa, Seçil. “The soils of Turkey: Nature, science, and crisis (1930–1960).” Transforming Socio-Natures in Turkey. Routledge, 2019. 11-30.
Bolaños, Isacar A. “The Ottomans during the Global Crises of Cholera and Plague: The View from Iraq and the Gulf,” International Journal of Middle East Studies 51, no. 4 (2019): 603-620.
Çelik, Semih. “On Dokuzuncu Yüzyıl Ortasında Kuzeybatı Anadolu’da İnsanlar, Mandalar ve Ormanlar.” Toplumsal Tarih, no. 310 (2019).
Çelik, Semih. “Coping with famines in Ottoman Anatolia (1650–1850)“, in Jessica Dijkman and Bas Van Leeuwen (eds), An Economic History of Famine Resilience (London: Routledge, 2019): 52-73
Dedeoğlu, Çağdaş. “Cosmology of the Ergene River Pollution“, Arcadia, no. 38 (Autumn 2019)
Gündoğdu, Cihangir. The state and the stray dogs in late Ottoman Istanbul: from unruly subjects to servile friends (Middle Eastern Studies, Volume 54, Issue 4, 2018, 555-574)
Hadjikyriacou, Antonis. “Çevre Tarihi, İktisat Tarihi ve Coğrafi Bilgi Sistemleri: Kıbrıs’ın 1572 Yılı Mufassal Defterinin Analizi,” Toplumsal Tarih 312 (December 2019): 44-49.
İnal, Onur, “Fruits of Empire: Figs, Raisins, and Transformation of Western Anatolia in the Late Nineteenth Century,” Environment and History 25, no. 4 (Nov. 2019): 549-74.
Onur İnal, Fruits of Empire: Figs, Raisins, and Transformation of Western Anatolia in the Late Nineteenth Century (Environment and History, 2018) Onur İnal, The Making of an Eastern Mediterranean Gateway City: Izmir in the Nineteenth Century (Journal of Urban History, 2018)
Kentel, Koca Mehmet. “Doğanın “Kozmopolis” i: Terkos Suyolu Boyunca Kentliler, Köylüler ve Hayvanlar.” Toplumsal Tarih 312 (December 2019): 30-37.
Kolovos, Elias. “Akdeniz’in ‘Bahçe Ekonomisi’nde İncir: Osmanlı Döneminden Örnekler.” in Alp Yücel Kaya (ed.), İncir’in Akdeniz’deki Yolculuğu: Konferans Bildirileri, (İzmir: İzmir Akdeniz Akademisi, 2019), 98-106 (çev. Dilek Akyalçın-Kaya).
Lu, Vi An, 14. ve 17. Yüzyıllarda İklimsel ve Doğal Şartların Osmanlı İmparatorluğu’na Etkisi.” PESA Uluslararası Sosyal Araştırmalar Dergisi 4, no. 2 (2017): 216-240.
Mikhail, Alan, “Hayvanlar, Enerji ve Osmanlı Mısırı’nda Emeğin Ekonomisi.” Toplumsal Tarih 310 (October 2019): 34-40.
Pehlivan, Zozan. “Küresel Perspektifle Bölgesel Olana Bakmak: Osmanlı Kürdistanı’nın Çevre Tarihi.” Toplumsal Tarih, no. 312 (December 2019): 38-43.
Schick, Irvin Cemil. “Müslüman Türkler ve Köpekler.” Toplumsal Tarih 310 (October 2019): 24-32.
Shopov, Aleksandar, “Books on Agriculture (al-filāḥa) Pertaining to Medical Science and Ottoman Agricultural Science and Practice around 1500.” Muqarnas: An Annual on the Visual Cultures of the Islamic World (2019).
Shopov, Aleksandar, “Rice Agriculture, Commercial Farming and Environmental Change in the Early Modern Ottoman Balkans”
Shopov, Aleksandar. “Fezzan is the Siberia of Africa’: Desert and Society in the Prison Memoir of Pavel Shatev (1882-1951), An Anarchist from Ottoman Macedonia, an Anarchist from Ottoman Macedonia.” Global Environment 12, no. 1 (March 2019).
Stahl, Dale J. “A technopolitical frontier: The Keban Dam project and southeastern Anatolia.” Transforming Socio-Natures in Turkey. Routledge, 2019. 31-51.
Şimşek, Fatma. “The Role of the Islands and Islanders in the Illegal Felling and Smuggling of Timber from the Ottoman Mediterranean and Aegean Coastlines in the 19th Century,” Adalya – The Annual of the Suna & Inan Kirac Research Institute on Mediterranean Civilizations 22 (2019): 381-400.
Turhan, Ethemcan (with Christos Zografos and Giorgos Kallis). “Power Asymmetries, Migrant Agricultural Labour and Adaptation Governance in Turkey: A Political Ecology of Double Exposures.” In Isabelle La Jeunesse and Corinne Larrue (eds), Facing Hydrometeorological Extreme Events: A Governance Issue (Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2019): 261-282.
Arsel, Murat, Fikret Adaman and Bengi Akbulut, “Neoliberal developmentalism, authoritarian populism, and extractivism in the countryside: the Soma mining disaster in Turkey.” Journal of Peasant Studies (January 2018).
İnal, Onur, “Ottoman and Turkish Environmental History: An Overview of the Field.” Environment and History 24, no.2 (May 2018): 297-99.
Özkan, Hande. “Remembering Zingal: State, Citizens, And Forests In Turkey.” International Journal of Middle East Studies, vol. 50, no. 3, 2018, pp. 493–511.
Scaramelli, Caterina. “‘The Wetland Is Disappearing’: Conservation and Care on Turkey’s Kızılırmak Delta.” International Journal of Middle East Studies, vol. 50, no. 3, 2018, pp. 405–425.
Baysal, Efe. “Terricide : Poisoning the Lungs of Istanbul.” Research and Policy on Turkey 2, no. 1 (2017): 10-24.
Dursun, Selçuk, “The History of Environmental Movements and the Development of Environmental Thought in Turkey, 1850-1980.” In Hrvoje Petrić and Ivana Žebec Šilj (eds.), Environmentalism in Central and Southeastern Europe: Historical Perspectives (Lanham, Boulder: Lexington Books, 2017): 111-131.
Gratien, Chris, “”The Ottoman Quagmire: Malaria, Swamps, and Settlement in the Late Ottoman Mediterranean,” International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 49, no. 4 (November 2017): 583-604.
Cole, Camille, “Precarious Empires: A Social and Environmental History of Steam Navigation on the Tigris.” Journal of Social History 50 (2016): 74-101.
Evered, Kyle T, and Emine Ö. Evered. “A Conquest of Rice: Agricultural Expansion, Impoverishment, and Malaria in Turkey.” Historia Agraria. (2016): 103-136.
Husain, Faisal. “Changes in the Euphrates River: Ecology and Politics in a Rural Ottoman Periphery, 1687-1702,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 47, no. 1 (Summer 2016): 1-25.
Mikhail, Alan, “The Nile and Food in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire.” In Water and Food: From Hunter-Gatherers to Global Production in Africa, edited by Terje Tvedt and Terje Oestigaard. Vol. 3 of Series III of A History of Water. London: I.B. Tauris.
Pehlivan, Zozan. “Abandoned Villages in Diyarbekir Province at the End of the ‘Little Ice Age’, 1800-50.” Yaşar Tolga Cora, Dzovinar Derderian ve Ali Sipahi (der.), The Ottoman East in the Nineteenth Century: Societies, Identities and Politics içinde, Londra: IB Tauris (2016): 223-246.
Kolovos, Elias and Phokion Kotzageorgis, “Halkidiki in the Early Modern Period: Towards an Environmental History“, in Basil Gounaris (ed.), Mines, Olives and Monasteries (Thessaloniki 2015), 123-62.
Kolovos, Elias, “Mines and the Environment in Halkidiki: A Story from the Ottoman Past.” Balkan Studies 10 (2015): 71-94.
Low, Michael Christopher. “Ottoman infrastructures of the Saudi hydro-State: the technopolitics of pilgrimage and potable water in the Hijaz.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 57.4 (2015): 942-974.
Mikhail, Alan, “Ottoman Iceland: A Climate History.” Environmental History 20 (2015): 262-84.
Dursun, Selçuk. “Çevresel (ekolojik) Tarih Lensinden Osmanlı Tarihine Yeniden Bakmak.” In New Trends in Ottoman Studies: Papers presented at the 20 th CIÉPO Symposium, Rethymno, 27 June – 1 July 2012, edited by Marinos Sarıyannis (Rethymno: University of Crete, 2014), 56-69.
Evered, Kyle.T, “Draining an Anatolian Desert: Overcoming Water, Wetlands, and Malaria in Early Republican Ankara.” Cultural Geographies. 21.3 (2014): 475-496. Print.
Husain, Faisal. “In the Bellies of the Marshes: Water and Power in the Countryside of Ottoman Baghdad.” Environmental History 19, no. 4 (2014): 638-664.
Mikhail, Alan, “Labor and Environment in Egypt since 1500.” International Labor and Working-Class History 85 (2014): 10-32.
Mikhail, Alan, “Unleashing the Beast: Animals, Energy, and the Economy of Labor in Ottoman Egypt.” American Historical Review 118 (2013): 317-48.
Mikhail, Alan, “Anatolian Timber and Egyptian Grain: Things that Made the Ottoman Empire.” In Early Modern Things: Objects and Their Histories, 1500-1800, edited by Paula Findlen. New York: Routledge, 2013.
Mikhail, Alan, “Middle East Environmental History: The Fallow between Two Fields.” In Water on Sand: Environmental Histories of the Middle East and North Africa, edited by Alan Mikhail. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
Mikhail, Alan, “Plague and Environment in Late Ottoman Egypt.” In Water on Sand: Environmental Histories of the Middle East and North Africa, edited by Alan Mikhail. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
Evered, Kyle T, and Emine O. Evered. “State, Peasant, Mosquito: the Biopolitics of Public Health Education and Malaria in Early Republican Turkey.” Political Geography. 31.5 (2012): 311-323. Print.
Mikhail, Alan, “The Middle East in Global Environmental History.” In A Companion to Global Environmental History, edited by J.R. McNeill and Erin Stewart Mauldin. Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.
Evered, Kyle T. “Traditional Ecologies of the Opium Poppy and Oral History in Rural Turkey.” Geographical Review. 101.2 (2011): 164-182. Print.
İnal, Onur, “Environmental History as an Emerging Field in Ottoman Studies: An Historiographical Overview.” The Journal of Ottoman Studies 38 (2011): 1-25.
Mikhail, Alan, “Global Implications of the Middle Eastern Environment.” History Compass 9 (2011): 952-70.
Mikhail, Alan, “From the Bottom Up: The Nile, Silt, and Humans in Ottoman Egypt.” In Environmental Imaginaries of the Middle East and North Africa, edited by Diana K. Davis and Edmund Burke III. Athens: Ohio University Press, 2011.
Mrgic, Jelena. “Wine or raki-The interplay of climate and society in early modern Ottoman Bosnia.” Environment and History 17.4 (2011): 613-637
Mikhail, Alan, “An Irrigated Empire: The View from Ottoman Fayyum.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 42 (2010): 569-90.
Mikhail, Alan, “Animals as Property in Early Modern Ottoman Egypt.” Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 53 (2010): 621-52.
Türkhan, Mehmet Sait. “19. ve 20. Yüzyılda Haliç’te Çevre Sorunları ve Deniz Kirliliği.” Toplumsal Tarih, no. 169 (January 2008): 60-66.
Cole, Camille Lyans. “Empire on Edge: Land, Law, and Capital in Gilded Age Basra.“ Diss. Yale University, 2020.
Akgul Kovankaya, B. “Negotiating nature: ecology, politics, and nomadism in the forests of Mediterranean Anatolia.”, 1870-1920. Diss. 2019.
Bolaños, Isacar. “Environmental Management and the Iraqi Frontier during the Late Ottoman Period, 1831-1909.” (Ohio State University)
Özeren, Deniz. “The Dirt of Istanbul: Coping with Pollution In The 19th Century.” M.A. Thesis. Middle East Technical University, 2019.
Husain, Faisal. “The Tigris-Euphrates Basin Under Early Modern Ottoman Rule, c. 1534-1830.” (Georgetown University)
Kentel, Mehmet K. “Assembling ‘Cosmopolitan’ Pera: An Infrastructural History of Late Ottoman Istanbul.” (University of Washington)
Mamedova, Deniz. “Küçük Buzul Çağı’nın Osmanlı’ya Etkisi.” M.A. Thesis. Ankara University, 2018.
Schweig, Alex, “Tracking Technology and Society along the Ottoman Anatolian Railroad, 1890-1914.” (University of Arizona)
Dolbee, Sam. “The Locust and the Starling: People, Insects, and Disease in the Ottoman Jazira and After, 1860-1940” (New York University)
İnal, Onur. “A Port and Its Hinterland: An Environmental History of Izmir in the Late-Ottoman Period” (The University of Arizona)
Gratien, Chris. “The Mountains are Ours: Ecology and Settlement in Late Ottoman and Early Republican Cilicia, 1856-1956” (Georgetown University)
Williams, Elizabeth R, and Judith E. Tucker. Cultivating Empires: Environment, Expertise, and Scientific Agriculture in Late Ottoman and French Mandate Syria. , 2015. Internet resource.
Dursun, Selçuk. “Forest and the State: History of Forestry and Forest Administration in the Ottoman Empire” (Sabancı University)