Professor Fleischer focuses primarily on Ottoman history, specializing in the Age of Suleyman. Currently he is working on a major work on Suleyman the Lawgiver as well as a number of papers dealing with the time period. In addition, he has begun work on Apocalypticism and its relationship to his field of study. Professor Fleischer also sits on the editorial board of a number of publications, including the Cambridge Studies in Early Modern History and the International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies.
HIST 25901/35901. Radical Islamic Pieties: 1200-1600.Winter 2009, Spring 2009.
HIST 58301. Advanced Ottoman Historical Texts. Spring 2010, Autumn 2012, Autumn 2014.
HIST 58800. Ottoman Historical Texts. Autumn 2006, Winter 2008, Autumn 2008, Spring 2011.
NEHC 20501/30501. Islamic History & Society – I: The Rise of Islam & the Caliphate. Autumn 2007, Autumn 2014.
NEHC 20539/30539. Renaissance East And West. Winter 2007.
NEHC 30852. Seminar: Ottoman World/Suleyman-I. Autumn.
NEHC 30853. Seminar: Ottoman World/Suleyman-II. Winter.
NEHC 40583. Ottoman Diplomatics/Paleography. Winter 2009, Spring 2010, Autumn 2011, Autumn 2013.
SOSC 22351. Islamic Egypt at Center of Mediterranean World – I. Winter 2011.
SOSC 22354. Middle Eastern Civilizations, Cairo – I. Winter 2013.
SOCS 23261. Middle Eastern Civilizations, Morocco – I. Winter 2012.
SOCS 23273. Middle Eastern Civilizations in Istanbul – III. Spring 2013.