Theaters of Fear and Delight: Ottomans in the Serenissima



Theaters of Still(-ed) Life
Özkaya, Ayşe Belgin (2000-10-07)
Theater in nineteenth century İstanbul: cases for the translation of an architectural type
Yazıcı, Ezgi; Erkal, Namık Günay; Department of History of Architecture (2010)
As far as the traditional Turkish theater does not refer to any architectural structure; the theater buildings that are built during the nineteenth century are identified with the ideals of modernity and treated as the literally translations of the Western typologies.This study aims to investigate the possbility of a geniune architectural language in the theaters of nineteeenth century Istanbul. While doing this, rather than offering a pure formal analysis,the study concentrates on the cultural panorama of ...
Attractions, Accidents, Affairs: Spectatorship and Places of Film Exhibition As Imagined In Early Cinema
Kaymaz, Elif (2021-12-10)
Actors of change: railway projects and urban architecture of Balkan cities in the late Ottoman period
Tozoğlu, Ahmet Erdem; Enginsoy Ekinci, Ayşe Sevil; Erkal, Namık Günay; Department of History of Architecture (2013)
This dissertation examines the catalyst and inducer role of the Ottoman Balkan railways network in the urban architecture of the four selected cities in the late Ottoman period. These are Dedeağaç, Edirne-Karaağaç, Selanik and Manastır of the Ottoman Balkans which are explored in the context of railway actorship. On the basis of a comprehensive archival research, the study focuses on three actor positions to explain the themes of change in the architectural and urban sphere; and they are the state, the inte...
Narratives of a contested relationship: unravelling the debates in the EU and Turkey
Hauge, Hanna-Lisa; Özbey, Ebru Ece; Eralp, Atila; Wessels, Wolfgang(2019-2-25)
This paper outlines how narratives on European Union (EU)-Turkey relations changed over time since the 1960s and until the present. Applying a narrative approach, the paper aims to deconstruct a debate, which has been characterized by a plurality or even cacophony of stories by different actors. It presents the most influential narratives of EU institutions and Turkish political actors and traces their change over time as well as the dynamics between them. Based on a qualitative coding of a vast set of offi...
Citation Formats
A. B. Özkaya, Theaters of Fear and Delight: Ottomans in the Serenissima. 2003, p. 63.