History as the Great Identity Marker for Samad Iqbal in White Teeth



History of the novel in stories of femininity: Moll flanders, Evelina and Fordyce’s sermons /
Kaya, Tuğba Billur; Yıldız Bağçe, Hülya; Department of English Literature (2015)
In this study the rise of the English novel is investigated from the perspective of Nancy Armstrong’s Desire and Domestic Fiction which put forward that the novel genre emerged out of the conduct books of seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Within this scope two of the first English novels Moll Flanders (1742) by Daniel Defoe and Evelina (1778) by Frances Burney will be studied side-by-side by comparing their plots with one of the most popular conduct books of the era: Fordyce’s Sermons. The study aims to...
Historical contuinity: three modernist masters, their precedents and descendants
Mollazadeh, Aslı; Balamir, Aydan; Department of Architecture (2014)
The aim of this thesis is to uncover the relation between the concept of historical continuity and architectural modernism. Modernism in architecture has often been conceived as a movement that rejects history. The buildings of modernist masters have been seen alien to their environments and the cultural values of the society. Although there have been many studies disproving this widespread opinion, the continuing effects of modernist works on today's architectural environment haven't been fully understood....
Nation-Building through National Education in Afghanistan
Yıldırım, Erdoğan(2018-12-31)
Bu proje, Bölge Çalışmaları Doktora Programı öğrencisi Zeynep Tuba Sungur tarafından Doç. Dr. Erdoğan Yıldırım’ın danışmanlığında ve Dr. Yahia Baiza’nın eş-danışmanlığında yürütülmekte olan tez çalışmasının önemli bir kısmını oluşturmaktadır. Bölge Çalışmaları; bir bölge, ülke veya yöre temelinde belirlenmiş bir meselenin, yerinde saha çalışması ve yerel dilde kaynak kullanımı ile interdisipliner ve bütüncül bir biçimde çalışıldığı akademik alanı ifade eder. Bu kapsamda kurgulanmış olan bu tez çalışmasında,...
History of immigrants' state: The formation of Israel
Perringerard Doğansoy, Gulçin; Boztemur, Recep; Department of History (2002)
Problematic story of negative freedom from Hobbes to Berlin and its connotations forTurkish Polity
Tütüncü, Koray; Deveci, Cem; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2007)
In his defense of negative freedom, Isaiah Berlin’s main target is the political voluntarism of enlightenment rationalism which has paved way to totalitarian and authoritarian political regimes of the 20th century which brought the sacrifice of individual freedom. For Berlin, in contrast to Platonic realism of enlightenment rationalism in which there is a substantial belief in reason’s capacity for giving us the knowledge of the supreme good, the nominalist foundations of negative freedom can provide us a s...
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S. Doğan Aslantatar, “History as the Great Identity Marker for Samad Iqbal in White Teeth,” 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/81573.