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A.C.S. Peacock, “The Seljuk sultanate of Rum and the Turkmen of the Byzantine frontier, 1206-1278″, al-Masaq: Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean 26:3 (2014).

Bruno De Nicola, “The ladies of Rūm: A hagiographic view on women in the 13th and 14th century Anatolia” Journal of Sufi Studies 3:2 (2014), 132–156.

Bruno De Nicola, “Patrons or murids? Mongol women and shaykhs in Ilkhanid Iran and Anatolia” Iran: Journal of British Institute of Persian Studies 52 (2014), 143-156.

Sara Nur Yildiz, “From Cairo to Aya Suluk: Haci Pasa and the transmission of Islamic learning to western Anatolia in the late 14th century”, Journal of Islamic Studies 25:3 (2014), 263-297.


ACS Peacock, Bruno De Nicola and Sara Nur Yildiz (eds), Islam and Christianity in Medieval Anatolia (Ashgate, 2015).

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Sara Nur Yıldız, “Battling Kufr (Disbelief) in the Land of Infidels: Gülşehrī’s Early Fourteenth-century Turkish Adaptation of ‘Aṭṭār’s Manṭiq al-ṭayr.” In A.C.S. Peacock, Sara Nur Yıldız and Bruno de Nicola, eds. Islam and Christianity in Mediaeval Anatolia. (Surrey, UK: Ashgate, publication date April 2015).



A.C.S. Peacock, and Sara Nur Yıldız, eds. Literature and Intellectual Life in Fourteenth- and Fifteenth-century Anatolia. (Würzburg: Ergon Verlag Würzburg in Kommission), in preparation.


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