Everyday Luxuries: Art and Objects in Ottoman Constantinople, 1600-1800 in conjunction with the National Museums of Berlin and the Kunsthistorisches Institut, Florence, (Berlin and Dortmund: National Museums and Verlag Kettler).
Review, The Bazaar and the Islamic City, ed. Ibrahim Gharipour (Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2012), International Journal of Turkish Studies, 21, 2015, pp. 148-50.
"A Material Culture: Ottoman Velvets and their Owners, 1600-1750," Muqarnas: An Annual on the Visual Cultures of the Islamic World, 31, 2014, pp. 151-72.
"Ottoman Hil'at: Between Commodity and Charisma," in Frontiers of the Ottoman Imagination: Festschrift for Rhoads Murphey, ed. Marios Hadjianastasios, 2014 (Leiden and Boston: Brill), pp. 111-38.
"Ottoman Velvets circa 1730: Quality and Market Demand," Shangri La Working Papers in Islamic Art, 4, 2012, (Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art), pp. 1-31.
"The Historiography of Ottoman Velvets, 2011-1572: Scholars, Consumers, Producers," Journal of Art Historiography (Special Edition on Islamic Art), 6, June 2012, pp. 1-25.
"Little-Known Ottoman Block-printed Textiles in the Oxford Ashmolean Museum," 13th Annual International Congress of Turkish Art, eds Géza Dávid and Ibolya Gerelyes, 2010 (Budapest: National Museum of Hungary), pp. 593-608.
"The Localisation of the Global: Ottoman Silk and Silk Weaving, 1600-1790," in Threads of Global Desire: Silk in the Pre-modern World, eds Luca Molà and Dagmar Schäfer, forthcoming late 2016 (Oxford: Oxford University Press).
"Ali Paşa and his Stuff: An Ottoman Household in the Capital and the Provinces," in Ottoman Consumption Studies, Global and Local: In Memory of Donald Quataert, eds Suriaya Faroqhi and Elif Akçetin, forthcoming late 2016 (Leiden and Boston: Brill).
"Consuming in the City: Goods, Services, and Leisure for Sale," in Early Modern Istanbul, eds Çiğdem Kafescioğlu and Shirine Hamadeh, Brill Companions to European History, forthcoming 2017.