One of the things we miss in the SCA is the wealth of scholarship online.
Readable online In Turkish
AKPINARLI, H. Feriha and Zeynep BALKANAL. “16-18. YÜZYILLARDA İSTANBUL’DA ÜRETİLEN KUMAŞLARDA BİTKİSEL BEZEMELERİN İNCELENMESİ” (A Study of the Vegetative Figures on Textiles Manufactured in Istanbul During the 16-18th Centuries).
Faroqhi, Suraiya N. “Textile Production in Rumeli and the Arab Provinces: Geographical Distribution and Internal Trade (1560-1650),” Osmanlı Araştırmaları. The Journal of Ottoman Studies, I (Istanbul, 1980), 61-83.
GÖRÜNÜR, Lale and Semra ÖGEL. “Osmanlı kaftanları ile entarilerinin farkları ve kullanılışları” (The differences between Ottoman “kaftan” and “entari” with their usage).
Gradeva, Rossitsa. “Towards a portrait of ‘the rich’ in Ottoman Provincial Society: Sofia in the 1670s.”
Gürtuna, Sevgi. “Klasik Dönemde Osmanlı Kadınının Giyim Tarzı” (The Style of Ottoman Women in the Classical Period).
This is the article that Turkish author after Turkish author refers to.
Iida-Sohma, Miki. “The Textile Market in Istanbul and Bursa in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century: An Introduction.” 2008.
Ipek, Selin. “Ottoman Fabrics During the 18th and 19th Centuries.”
Jirousek, Charlotte A. “Finding the Cloth for the Clothes: Patterns of Meaning in Traditional Cloth production and Trade in Anatolia.” The Fabric of Life: Cultural Transformations in Turkish Society. Ed. Ronald T. Marchese. Global Academic Publishing, 2005. Pp. 161-180.
Karababa, Eminegül. “Early Modern Ottoman Coffeehouse Culture and the Formation of the Consumer Subject.”
— “Investigating early modern Ottoman consumer culture in the light of Bursa probate inventories.”
KOCA, Emine and Zeynep KIRKINCIOĞLU. “DENİZLİ İLİ GELİN GİYİM-KUŞAMININ GÖSTERGEBİLİMSEL AÇIDAN ÇÖZÜMLENMESİ” (ANALYSIS OF BRIDAL CLOTHES IN DENİZLİ IN TERMS OF SEMIOTICS).
Ok, Meltem. “TASARIM VE SÜSLEME ÖĞELERİYLE TOPKAPI SARAYI PADİŞAH KAFTANLARI” (Topkapi Palace Sultan’s Caftans with Elements of Design and Decoration)
Özen, Mine Esiner. “Türkçe’de Kumaş Adları” (Fabric names in Turkish). Tarih Dergisi, Vol. 33. 2008.
Definitions of fabric types going back to the 1600’s. Another article Turkish authors refer to frequently.
Phillips, Amanda. “Little Known Ottoman-Period Cotton and Linen Textiles in Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum,” 13th Annual International Congress of Turkish Art, eds Géza Dávid and Ibolya Gerelyes, 2010 (Budapest: National Museum of Hungary), pp. 593-608.
A review of the evidence for block printing in 16th- and 17th-century Turkey, and a survey of a small collection of block-printed textiles that are stylistically linked to Ottoman Turkey.
— “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.
What makes a ceremonial robe–a hil’at–a ceremonial robe? An illuminating discussion of the shapes and styles of Ottoman Turkish robes.
Rizopoulou-Egoumenidou, Euphrosyne. “Traditional Craftsmen in Cyprus.” Ottoman Cyprus: A Collection of Studies on History and Culture. Eds. Michalis N. Michael, Eftihios Gavriel, and Matthias Kappler. Otto Harrassowitz Verlag, 2009. Pp. 231-258.