Entangled Geographies Contested Narratives: The Afterlife of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus



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Ahmed , Mansoor; Sargın, Güven Arif; Batuman, Bülent; Department of Architecture (2018)
The dissertation aims to comparatively analyses the architecture and urban development of the planned modern capital cities in post-partitioned Indian Subcontinent, through the concept of hybrid modernity. While emphasizing the hybrid character of modernity, the dissertation maps the evolution of modernity in the Indian Subcontinent, through analysing the planned modern capital cities, from early modern period to the post-independence period, concerning the architecture and urban development. Right after pa...
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Continuities and changes in the minority policy of Greece: the case of western thrace
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This thesis analyzes the Greek minority policy of Western Thrace by dwelling on the history of the Muslim Turkish minority of Western Thrace from the beginning of 1920s until today. Until the early 1990s, changes in the Greek policy of Western Thrace had not been observed. However, the year 1991 marks a turning point both in the attitude of Greece towards the Muslim Turkish minority and in the history of the Western Thracian minority. As a result of the change in the Greek minority policy of Western Thrace ...
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This study is planned to find an answer to the question of why Plato put down the myths derived from the tradition on paper. With this aim, it analyzes Platonic mythological symbols within the context of Althusserian conceptualization of the concept of interpellation. This study has the claim that Plato applied to mythological symbols as the instruments of interpellation. This study focuses on the onto-epistemological break that Plato launched in light of the world of ideas. The role that mythological symbo...
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A. B. Özkaya, “Entangled Geographies Contested Narratives: The Afterlife of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus,” 2014, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/80998.