Understanding and Assessing the Multi-Layerdness: Unesco World Heritage Site of ‘Pergamon (Bergama) and Its Multi-Layered Cultural Landscape


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Bakım, Ebru; Gökce, Fuat; Conservation of Cultural Heritage in Department of Architecture (2017)
The thesis aims to understand and assess the values of an urban site which was created after the foundation of Republic. Tire, Izmir, is chosen as a case study for the study. The thesis aims to understand the different periods and the architectural heritage of these periods changing within the Republican Period. The different periods starting from the foundation of the Republic are analyzed and read through the Cumhuriyet Square and its surrounding area. The value assessment for the site is aimed to make a ...
Understanding and demonstrating the contribution of objects to the construction of the idea of future in science fiction films
Toker, Gülen; Tüneri, Figen Işık; Department of Industrial Design (2008)
The science fiction cinema is often concerned about future, and presents to its audience possible alternatives for it. Each science fiction film about the future constructs a different idea in the audience’s mind and supports a currently existing ideology at the same time. The science fiction genre extrapolates and speculates about future which results in a new world: Aliens, androids or clones become participants of this world, intergalactic federations regulate diplomatic relationships or natural disaster...
Understanding the concept of locality in architecture in the 21st century: mapping contemporary architecture in Turkey
Polat, Hüseyin; Güzer, Celal Abdi; Department of Architecture (2021-9)
The relationship between architectural production and its contextual references has always been a significant ground of research and discussion in architectural criticism. The concept of locality represents the contextual aspect of architectural design and significance of place in architectural production. Consideration of contextual determinants and understanding the concept of locality may show significant differences within temporal and spatial changes. In the 21st century, the significance and impact of...
Understanding and analyzing chat in CSCL as reading s work
Zemel, Alan; Çakır, Murat Perit; Stahl, Gerry (International Society of the Learning Sciences; 2009-06-08)
Synchronous communication using text chat--often combined with a shared whiteboard--is increasingly used in CSCL. This form of interaction and learning in small online groups of students presents novel challenges, both for the participating students and for researchers studying their work. Chats differ from talk-in-interaction since the composition, posting and visual inspection of text and graphical objects by any given actor is not observable by the other participants. These structural constraints on the ...
DEMİRKOL ÇAKAL, GİZEM; Severcan, Yücel Can; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2021-8-04)
The notion of place attachment starts to develop in childhood. However, the rapid urbanization processes endanger neighborhood knowledge of children and hence their attachment to their environments. The places are transforming quite fast with urbanization practices, but children cannot develop their place knowledge at the same pace. Although there is a growing deal of literature on place attachment of children in urban planning and design, there is a lack of empirical research linking place attachment of ch...
Citation Formats
A. G. Bilgin Altınöz, “Understanding and Assessing the Multi-Layerdness: Unesco World Heritage Site of ’Pergamon (Bergama) and Its Multi-Layered Cultural Landscape,” presented at the AACP: Architecture, Archaeology and Contemporary City Planning. ‘Multi-layered Settlements’, (21 - 24 Kasım 2018), Mersin, Türkiye, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://www.academia.edu/37511697/ARCHITECTURE_ARCHAEOLOGY_AND_CONTEMPORARY_CITY_PLANNING_Multi-layered_Settlements_ABSTRACT_COLLECTION.