Changing Landscapes of Ankara: A Critical Ground for an Integrative Urban and Landscape Development

Çavdar Sert, Selin
Baş Bütüner, Funda


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Based on 222 qualitative interviews conducted through a large ethnographic research project on transformed industrial landscapes in six countries, the main argument of the article is threefold. First, landscapes and narratives about past and present landscapes are relevant to the identity of class; second, the transformation of industrial landscapes is most emphatically expressed by nostalgia; third, the narratives are a transnationally constitutive element of class identity. The narratives of workers about...
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The economic and spatial vacancy after de-industrialization triggered the cities to capitalize on creative industries, which challenged the conventional dynamics of work and life in the urban sphere. Co-working spaces, homes and public spaces having emerged as new forms of workspaces – along with the urban environments being restructured as diverse ecosystems of high education, talent, vibrant cultural infrastructure and other services – are considered as the new landscape of the post-industrial city. The c...
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From agora of the polis, and open market places of medieval cities to today’s shopping malls, corporate plazas, atria and festival places, public spaces have been one of the crucial components of cities for centuries. Despite their evident importance in cities, public spaces have become subject to broad concern over the last three decades, particularly under the influence of globalisation and privatisation policies, city-marketing and imaging programmes and urban regeneration projects that have led to a sig...
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Historic urban sites are complex heritage places with various tangible and intangible values. Due to the ongoing life, they are subject to continuous change, which can lead to partial or total loss of their heritage values. Hence, urban conservation aims at developing responses to the changes in historic urban sites, while sustaining their tangible and intangible values. As for all the interventions in heritage places, urban conservation interventions should follow the main principles of 'reversibility', 'r...
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S. Çavdar Sert and F. Baş Bütüner, “Changing Landscapes of Ankara: A Critical Ground for an Integrative Urban and Landscape Development,” EKISTICS-THE PROBLEMS AND SCIENCE OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS, pp. 0–0, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: