Tracing continuities within the mediterranean space

Göksoy, Burcu


Tracing the remnants of an ideological struggle on space :
Valizadeh, Paria; Sargın, Güven Arif; Zelef, Mustafa Haluk; Department of Architecture (2014)
Space cannot be considered without its own social relations and political incentives. Drawing on this conception of space as the main standpoint of the thesis, the urban transformation of Julfa district in Isfahan, which from its advent was designated for settlement of the minority Christians within a Muslim-majority country of Iran, will be studied. Indeed the main aim of this study is to demonstrate how the state-minority relations have influence on the spatial transformations of the case of Julfa. In thi...
Tracing the trajectories of memory: the Nike of Samothrace
Coşkun, Semiha Deniz; Güven, Suna Naziyet; Department of History of Architecture (2015)
How is it possible to trace the accumulation and flow of memory through ancient objects? Hence, how does the transformation of memory proceed in time? This thesis aims to reconstruct the roots of memory from the ancient era to the present by following the trajectories of a “masterpiece”, the Nike of Samothrace; and intends to observe the changes in memory by the means of historiography, museums, representation techniques and narrative through the sculpture.
Tracing regional differences on the urban space The case of Ankara
Büyükcivelek, Ahmet Burak; Şenyel Kürkçüoğlu, Müzeyyen Anıl (null; 2006-09-18)
The paper intends to reveal the effects of regional differences on urban space in terms of physical, social and economic characteristics. In this sense, both Turkey itself and its big cities are considerable, due to their internal and external dynamics. To begin with, Turkey is exposed to a regional segregation - relatively more developed western part, and relatively less developed eastern part - for decades. Due to the development differences, there has been an ongoing migration from the east to the big ci...
Tracing magmatic history from zircons of the S- and H-type granitoids in the Ekecikdağ Intrusive Suite (central Anatolia, Turkey).
Toksoy Köksal, Fatma; Köksal, Serhat (null; 2005-10-04)
Tracking continuities between the modern and vernacular architecture: courtyard in the west mediterranean architecture as a case study
Arıkan, Fuat Deniz; Güzer, Celal Abdi; Balamir, Aydan; Department of Architecture (2015)
The main aim of this thesis is to search for the possible continuities of a particular spatial organization in the West Mediterranean culture, where the presence of modern and vernacular architecture will be shown to be affecting and integrating into each other. In the first chapter, the structure of the thesis is built upon the term Mediterraneanism. The general background of the region is also given with significant references to two publications; Fernand Braudel’s The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean ...
Citation Formats
B. Göksoy, “Tracing continuities within the mediterranean space,” Middle East Technical University, 1999.