Snjezana Buzov

Affiliated Scholar

Selected Publications Books: Transl. Opširni popis bosanskog sandžaka iz 1604, vol. 2 / Defter-I Mufassal-I Livâ-I Bosna, ec’-cild-I’s- sani, Sarajevo: Orijentalni institut & Bošnjacki institut, 2000, 652 p. Articles: -“History”, In Key Themes for the study of Islam, Ed. By Jamal Elias (forthcoming, Oneworld publications 2010). -“Friendly letters: The Early 18th Century Correspondence between Venetian and Ottoman Authorities in Dalmatia,” Tolerance and Intolerance in Triplex Confinium: Approaching the “Other” on the Borderlands Eastern Adriatic and Beyond 1500-1800, Ed. By Egidio Ivetic and Drago Roksandic, Padova: CLEUP, 2007, 215-222. - “Ottoman Perceptions of Bosnia as Reflected in the Works of Ottoman Authors Who Visited or Lived in Bosnia,” International journal of Turkish studies, Vol. 10, Nos. 1 & 2, pp. 83-92. - “The Problems of Muslims in Non-Muslim States of the Balkans: Bosnians, Albanians and Others,” In L. A. Tritle ed. Balkan Currents: Studies in the History, Culture and Society of Divided Land, Los Angeles: Loyola Marymount University, 1998, pp. 33-45. Recent Grants: 2007 ACLS-SE European Studies Conference Grant, “Conversion to Islam and Islamization in the Early Ottoman Balkans.” (Conference Organized in Sarajevo, Oriental Institute, June 5-7 2008). 2005 NEH Collaborative Research Grant (Bosnian Muslim Women in Public Space: Seventeenth to Nineteenth Century) Undegraduate Courses Taught: Literatures and Cultures of the Islamic World Intellectuals in the Middle East Modern Turkish Poetry and Prose Turkish Sufism Turkish Literature in Translation Travels in Turkey

Areas of Expertise
  • Ottoman Studies
  • Turkish
  • Manuscript Cultures
  • Ph.D., Near Eastern languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago
  • M.A., History, University of Zagreb
  • B.A. Oriental Studies, University of Sarajevo