Service to the field and to others is an essential virtue in academia. Following are (at the risk of sounding pompous) the acknowledgments I received over my academic career from friends and colleagues. Rest assured, my contribution to their work and success is negligible, and I feel honored to be remembered by them. The purpose of this page is to create an archive of their kindness.

  1. Erdoğdu, Osman. (2016). Becoming A Regional Power: A Comparison Of Turkish And Japanese Foreign Policies (2002-2015) (Doctoral dissertation, Istanbul Şehir University).

  2. Şahin, Ahmet. (2017). A web-based decision support system for class-teacher timetabling problem (Masters thesis, Istanbul Şehir University).
  3. Öner, Onur. (2019). A Collective Biography Study Of Musicians: Patterns, Networks And Music As A “Profession” In The Late Ottoman Era And The Early Republican Years In İstanbul (Doctoral dissertation, Istanbul Şehir University).

  4. Aladağ, Fatma. (2020). Cities and Administrative Divisions of the Ottoman Empire in the Early 16th Century: A Case Study for the Application of Digital History to Ottoman Studies (Masters thesis, Istanbul Şehir University).

  5. Rohan, Padraic. (2021). Transforming Empire: The Genoese from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic, 1282-1492. (Doctoral dissertation, Stanford University).

  6. Szendro, Brendan. (2021). Suicide, Social Capital, and Hate Groups in the United States. World Affairs, 184(4), 501-520.