London in Zadie Smith’s White Teeth



Reading Architectural Utopia(nism)s: A Proposal
Güneri Söğüt, Gizem Deniz (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2019-01-01)
The writings of urban theorists who have studied utopias that propose a counter-space as the basis for a counter-society go back to very early periods in history. However, works dwelling on the influence of such theoretical constructs on actual space, in forms of architectural outputs per se, are comparably new. Since the revival of the very first theoretical work on the relationship between utopia and architecture, barely a century has passed. During this period, such theory has developed and expanded rapi...
British migrants in the Turkish countryside: Lifestyle migration, loss of social status and finding ‘true life’ in difference
Ertuğrul, Gökçen (Orta Doğu Teknik Üniversitesi (Ankara, Turkey), 2016-8)
This paper discusses the results of a case study carried out on a particular group of British migrants settled in the Turkish countryside. This migration is part of a larger international migration flow conceptualised as lifestyle migration. The fieldwork shows that at least for this group of migrants, migration was motivated by the feeling of lost social status. By suggesting that an analysis which privileges the nexus of individualism and consumption is inadequate, this paper concentrates on this par...
British Culture In The Eyes Of Future English Language Teachers In Turkey
Hatipoğlu, Çiler (Peter Lang GmbH, 2012-01-01)
Garden as a post-anthropocentric spontaneity in Auden’s “Their lonely betters:”An ecopsychological reading
Birlik, Nurten (Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 2021-08-01)
Parisian avant-garde women and the production of “domestic” space in the early twentieth century
Mehmetoğlu, Yıldız İpek; Turan Özkaya, Belgin; Department of History of Architecture (2014)
Although the twentieth century artistic avant-garde s critical attitude towards conventional types of art production which would eventually fuse into their very existence had its impact on women too, the avant-garde groups endeavor to destruct the autonomy of art and architecture has generally come to be associated with the power and productions of the masculine. Regarding the avant-garde circles, this thesis takes a reverse stance in order to look at the contextual dynamics of the attempt to re-establish t...
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