Authors and Sites of Cultural History from the Ottoman Empire to the Turkish Republic



Intellectuals of varied state traditions : the Ottoman Empire and the Volga-Ural region
Karahasanoğlu, Selim; Togan, İsenbike; Department of History (2004)
I intend to analyze in the present study, the status of the intellectuals under varied state traditions. The Volga-Ural region was under the legacy of Chinggis Khan. In the thirteenth century with the invasion of Mongol-Tatar groups under the leadership of Chinggis Khan?s grandchild Batu Khan, the Volga-Bulghar state was removed and the Golden Horde was founded. By the collapse period of the Golden Horde at the end of the 14th century and at the beginning of the 15th century, the Khanates period began in th...
ODTÜ Mimarlık Fakültesi Yayınları
Günay, Baykan; Erzen, Jale N.; Akın, Günkut; Şengül, Hüseyin Tarık; Bakırer, Ömür; İmamoğlu, Vacit (Middle East Technical University, 2013)
Contents of Turkish identity, national-social identifications, and inter-group relations in Turkey
Taşdemir, Nagihan; Öner Özkan, Bengi; Department of Psychology (2013)
This thesis investigated the relationships between contents of Turkish identity, national social identifications, and perceptions of inter-group relations in Turkey. 64 university students participated in Study 1, which explored contents of Turkish identity as Definitions of Turkish In-group Boundaries, Characteristics of Turkish Identity, Meanings of Having a Turkish Identity, and Turkish In-group’s Relations with Others. 324 university students participated in Study 2, which showed that National Participa...
Author Meets Critics: New Philosophies on Sex and Love
İbrahimhakkıoğlu, Fulden (2018-02-24)
New Philosophies of Love and Sex (2017) offers some fresh perspective on the philosophy of desire broadly construed. It complies exciting new scholarship on issues varying from polyamory to the intimate life of intersex individuals, from Ancient Greek practices of love to the history of medicalization of female sexuality. In so doing, the volume traces a non-linear narrative: it is both classical and contemporary, and I would argue, at once timeless and timely. As a critic on this invited book panel, my dis...
Causes and effects of urban transformation processes on the cultural heritage in Hacı Bayram area, Ulus /
Demiröz, Merve; Şahin Güçhan, Neriman; Conservation of Cultural Heritage in Department of Architecture (2015)
Hacı Bayram Area is located on the top ofa small hill on the north-westenı part of the Ankara Citadel in Ulus Historic Center. Co-existance of the Temple of Augus­ tus and Hacı Bayram Veli Mosque as a symbol of spatial continuity throughout the history and surrounding traditional neighbourhoods give the area its unique charac­ teristics. The Hacı Bayram Square and surrounding environment, which is called as Hacı Bayram Area throughout the history, has always became one of the focal points of huge interventi...
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A. B. Özkaya and T. E. Altan, “Authors and Sites of Cultural History from the Ottoman Empire to the Turkish Republic,” 2009, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: