Reversing Modernist Historiography: the Organicist Revival in Computational Architectures



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Gülçiçek, Demet; Mücen, Barış; Department of Sociology (2015)
This thesis analyses the second wave feminist movement of late 1980s in Turkey with the poststructuralist feminist methodology. Based on the interviews with the feminist circle of the magazines of Feminist (1987-1990) and Kaktüs (1988-1990), the resignification of the term “woman” is analysed as a performative politics as it is conceptualised by Judith Butler. During the resignification of the term “woman”, new ways of doing politics and new themes of politics are analysed as simultaneous effects of this p...
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Reworking ancient texts in contemporary mediterranean context: allegoric projection and utopic nostalgia in the works of Naguib Mahfouz and Pier Paolo Pasolini
Gündeş, Feridun; Özveren, Yaşar Eyüp; Department of Media and Cultural Studies (2018)
This study explores how the use of ancient texts in modern works of art can shed light on the lives of subaltern people in the present time. Works chosen for analysis are Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini’s “Arabian Nights” and “Gospel According to St. Matthew”, and Egyptian novelist Naguip Mahfouz’s “Arabian Days and Nights” and “Children of the Alley”. In these, two artists have a common point of referring to, and borrowing from, the same ancient texts: The Biblical-Qur’anic narratives of Abrahamic rel...
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Z. Mennan, “Reversing Modernist Historiography: the Organicist Revival in Computational Architectures,” 2006, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: