The Diet of the Working Class in the Danishmendid Period, at Komana, Turkey



The Transformation of the built environment in Amasya from the late Ottoman Empire to the early Turkish Republic
Kalkan Açıkkapı, Duygu.; Altan, T. Elvan.; Department of History of Architecture (2019)
This study focuses on the transformation of the built environment in the northern Anatolian town of Amasya from the late period of the Ottoman Empire to the early period of the Turkish Republic. The aim is to evaluate the settlement history of Amasya as a city with distinctive geographical characteristics, by analyzing the transformation of its built environment in relation to the changing socio-cultural, economic and political contexts. The analysis starts by focusing on the essential urban nodes formed by...
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Ulutas, Ufuk; Tanrısever, Oktay Fırat (Turkic Council, 2019-10-01)
The Grain Cycle And A Windmill At A Village On The Aegean
Medioli, Alfredo; Özkan, süha ; Plunz, Richard (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 1977)
Depending essentially on the periodic chains on the Biosphere almost all functional features or support systems in human cultures are sustained in the form of cycles. The periods of these cycles are fundamentally determined by the processes that produce them. In rural settlements, as an effect of the "openness" or "closedness" of the (community,) as far as the required inputs to maintain the system is concerned, the community is classified to be self-supporting or dependant. The cycles to support any rural ...
The national pedagogy of the early republican era in Turkey
Tütüncü, Fatma; Erdoğan, Necmi; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2007)
This dissertation examines the relationship between body, subjectivity and modernity in the making of modern Turkey. It explores how the “disenchanted” world of the people was “re-enchanted” by the modern, Eurocentric, nationalist and republican program of the republican elite. I call this program as the “politico-moral pedagogy” and argue that it arrives at its peak in the 1930s, when the republican regime was consolidated enough to colonize the bodies and the intimacies of people. More particularly, this ...
The International symposium of the 75th anniversary of the first women’s meeting in Kastamonu.
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E. Pişkin, “The Diet of the Working Class in the Danishmendid Period, at Komana, Turkey,” 2011, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: