Christine Isom-Verhaaren, Ph.D.
Instructor (history, core/humanities)
Ph.D., University of Chicago | 1997
M.A., University of Chicago | 1991
M.L.S., Brigham Young University | 1977
B.A., Brigham Young University | 1976
Allies with the Infidel: The Ottoman and French Alliance in the Sixteenth Century. London: I.B. Tauris & Co. Ltd, 2011.
“Süleyman and Mihrimah: The Favorite's Daughter.” Journal of Persianate Studies 4.1 (2011): 64-85.
“Constructing Ottoman Identity in the Reigns of Mehmed II and Bayezid II: Transforming Balkan Elites into Ottomans.” Turkish Studies Association Journal (2008).
“‘Barbarossa and his army who came to succor all of us’: Ottoman and French Views of Their Joint Campaign of 1543-44.” French Historical Studies (2007): 395-425.
“Royal French Women in the Ottoman Sultans’ Harem: The Political Uses of Fabricated Accounts from the Sixteenth to the Twenty-first Centuries.” Journal of World History (2006): 159-96.
“Shifting Identities: Foreign State Servants in France and the Ottoman Empire,” Journal of Early Modern History (2004): 109-34.
“An Ottoman Report about Martin Luther and the Emperor: New Evidence of the Ottoman Interest in the Protestant Challenge to the Power of Charles V.” Turcica (1996): 299-318.