He is a fifth-year doctoral student in History at Stanford University. Previously, he completed a graduate study in the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University. He has published a number of articles and book chapters on the non-dominant groups in the late Ottoman Empire and Republican Turkey and socialist networks in Turkey. His current project explores the ways in which the Public Debt Administration operated, re-established and reorganized capitalism with a specific focus on sericulture in the late Ottoman Empire.
Emre Can Dağlıoğlu
Silk-made Capitalism: Local Networks and the Public Debt Administration in the Late Ottoman Empire