“The Autobiography of My Mother: Narrative as an Access to Post/Colonial Trauma”



”The moral dilemma of the state: Anti-syphilis propaganda in the late Ottoman empire and the early Turkish republc”
Boyar, Ebru (null; 2017-10-27)
“The shop floor is not for every woman”: Narratives on women industrial designers’ relationships with shop floor workers
Kaygan, Pınar (2014-04-01)
Although considerable attention has been paid to the role gender relations play in women’s disadvantaged status in technology-related professions, less emphasis has been placed on women’s relationships with manual workers. This study addresses this gap by examining narratives provided by a sample of industrial designers’ working in manufacturing companies in Turkey where their job also includes visiting the shop floor to supervise the workers who build the models of their designs. Exploring the relations be...
“The Weak-Form Efficiency Of Metal Markets Using Stationarity Tests”, ICOAEF’19, Girne, Kıbrıs (KKTC), 8 - 10 Nisan 2019. (0.6 puan)
Kara, Alper; Yıldırım Kasap, Dilem; Tunç, Gül İpek (2019-04-10)
“That’s a grand story:” Reading J. M. Synge’s The Playboy of the Western World as a postnational allegory
Çimen, Rıza; Ünlü Çimen, Esra (2022-06-01)
The concept of “national allegory” formulated in Fredric Jameson’s work on the third-world literatures has been the subject of much critical debate, especially in the context of postcolonial studies. The dispute surrounding the term is closely tied to Jameson’s controversial suggestions such as the view that “all” third-world literary texts inevitably fall into the category of “national allegory”. The “nation” in this sense provides the main conceptual framework out of which literary texts imbued with “alle...
“The Ankara Tumuli: Lasting urban remnants of a historical landscape”
Aral, Hacer Ela; Güneri Söğüt, Gizem Deniz (2021-08-30)
Evidence shows that Ankara was first founded as a Phrygian city beneath today’s traditional city center. Phrygians migrated from Thrace to Anatolia around 1200 BCE , settled in the northern and western Black Sea regions and then moved to Central Anatolia where they established their own cities. The Phrygian cultural zone covered extensive lands in the middle-western Anatolian plateau. Ankara was part of a system of Phrygian settlements located along the water courses in the Inner Anatolia. As the characteri...
Citation Formats
H. Yıldız Bağçe, ““The Autobiography of My Mother: Narrative as an Access to Post/Colonial Trauma”,” 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/80418.