Deniz T. Kılınçoğlu

Deniz T. Kılınçoğlu is an intellectual and cultural historian of the nineteenth century with a particular interest in the Ottoman Empire. He received his PhD in Near Eastern Studies from Princeton University in 2012. Kılınçoğlu’s research has largely focused on the history of economic thought; the intercultural circulation of ideas, and its social, political, and cultural implications; and more specifically, the intellectual and cultural transformation in the 19th-century Ottoman Empire.
At the Lichtenberg-Kolleg, Kılınçoğlu works on a book on nationalism and emotions in the late Ottoman Empire. He also develops a digital history project on 19th-century travelogues about the Middle East.

Selected Recent Publications:
Books:


  • İslam, İktisat, Ordu ve Reform: Osmanlı İmparatorluğu’nda İlk İktisat Eseri ve Tarihsel Bağlamı [Islam, Economics, Army, and Reform: The First Economic Treatise in the Ottoman Empire and its Historical Context]. Istanbul Bilgi University Press. 2018.

  • Economics and Capitalism in the Ottoman Empire, London: Routledge. 2015.

Articles:

  • “İbn Haldun: Sistem Kuran Düşünür” [Ibn Khaldun: System Builder]. In İktisat Sosyolojisi [Economic Sociology], edited by A. Arif Eren and Eren Kırmızıaltın. Heretik Yayınları. 2018.

  • “Studying Economics as War Effort: The First Economic Treatise in the Ottoman Empire and its Militaristic Motivations.” In War in the History of Economic Thought: Economists and the Question of War, edited by Yukihiro Ikeda and Annalisa Rosselli. London: Routledge. 2017.

  • “İktisadi Düşünce Tarihi Kaynağı Olarak Edebiyat: Geç Osmanlı İmparatorluğu’ndan Üç Örnek” [“Literature as a Source for the History of Economic Thought: Three Examples from the Late Ottoman Empire”]. In İktisat ve Diğer Bilimler [Economics and Other Disciplines], edited by Çiğdem Boz, Kaan Öğüt, and A. Deniz Bozkurt. İstanbul: İletişim Yayınları. 2017.

  • “Islamic Economics in the Late Ottoman Empire: Menâpirzâde Nuri Bey’s Mebâhis-i İlm-i Servet.” The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought 24 (3): 528–54. 2017.