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Book Chapter
A. F. Mataracı, Bosnia-Herzegovina during the Balkan Wars and World War I, in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Society, Law and Politics, 2016.
A. F. Mataracı, Soliman Second, ou Les Trois Sultanes (1761): Manifestation of Eighteenth-Century French Interest in the Ottomans, in Culture and Diplomacy: Ambassadors as Cultural Actors in the Ottoman – European Relations from 16th to 19th Century, Vienna: Hollitzer, 2019.
A. F. Mataracı, Trading in the Shadow of Wars in a Doomed Empire, in War and Collapse: World War I and the Ottoman State, vol. III, Utah: The University of Utah Press, 2016.
Conference Proceedings
A. F. Mataracı, Consuming a Memorial Site: the Commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of the Genocide against Bosniaks in “UN Safe Haven” Srebrenica. 2018.
A. F. Mataracı, “From Anatolia to Manchester via Istanbul: The Complex Nature of an Ottoman Commercial Network on the Eve of World War I”, New Perspectives in Theory and Empirical Research. Proceedings of the International Conference of Economic and Social History. Publications of the Philosophical School of the University of Crete – Alexandria Publications, Rethymno, 2008.
A. F. Mataracı, Remembering the Battle of Kosovo (1389), vol. Recent Developments in Arts. International Association of Social Science, Sarajevo, BiH, pp. 183-187, 2017.
Journal Article
A. F. Mataracı, “A Comparative History of Commercial Correspondence: European and Ottoman Practices”, Journal of Turkish Literature, no. 8, pp. 67-95, 2011.
A. F. Mataracı, Fatma Aliye Hanım’s Contributions to History Writing, International Relations and Diplomacy, vol. Vol. 4, no. No. 8 , pp. 502-507, 2016.