Pınar Aykaç Leıdholm

Department of Architecture
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Kentsel Bağlamda Müzeleşme: Sultanahmet Bölgesi’nin Müze Alanına Dönüşümü
Aykaç Leıdholm, Pınar (2020-08-01)
<p>Kültür eksenli kentsel dönüşüm politikalarının bir parçası olarak müze kavramı yapı sınırından kente yayılmış ve kentsel dönüşümün önemli bir bileşeni haline gelmiştir. Müzeleşme olarak adlandırılan bu dönüşümün sonucun...
Archives as Fields of Heritage-Making in Istanbul's Historic Peninsula
Aykaç Leıdholm, Pınar (Intellect, 2020-07-01)
Heritage-making is a process of valorization carried out using complex exchanges, contestations, and negotiations between various actors. State actors attempt, through various strategies, to employ heritage-making in order...
The Commission for the Preservation of Antiquities and its role in the appropriation of İstanbul’s diverse heritage as national heritage (1939–1953)
Aykaç Leıdholm, Pınar (Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2020-04-01)
This paper argues that the early Republican attempts to reintegrate the Ottoman past into nationalist narratives later found their reflections in discussions regarding the preservation of İstanbul’s diverse heritage, coinc...
Musealization as an Urban Process: The Transformation of the Sultanahmet District in Istanbul's Historic Peninsula
Aykaç Leıdholm, Pınar (SAGE Publications, 2019-11-01)
As culture-led urban regeneration has become a widely adopted strategy for dilapidated historic cities, the museum as a concept has become a key aspect of this regeneration. With the tangible and intangible aspects of cult...
Musealisation as a strategy for the reconstruction of an idealised Ottoman past: Istanbul's Sultanahmet district as a 'museum-quarter'
Aykaç Leıdholm, Pınar (2019-02-01)
With culture-led urban regeneration becoming a leading policy for the transformation of historic cities, museums and heritage sites have become a key aspect of this transformation. Given the increasing demands of cultural ...
Contesting the Byzantine Past: Four Hagia Sophias as Ideological Battlegrounds of Architectural Conservation in Turkey
Aykaç Leıdholm, Pınar (Informa UK Limited, 2018-05-04)
The debates over contemporary restoration practices in Turkey have become heated in recent years especially after the reopening of the Hagia Sophias in İznik and Trabzon as mosques. Iconic Byzantine churches that functione...
RİFAİOĞLU, MERT NEZİH; Aykaç Leıdholm, Pınar (2018-03-01)
Architectural space is an outcome of complex relations, embracing the physical, functional, social, and economic features of the period in which it was built or used. Likewise, production spaces dating back to the preindus...
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