Ebüziyya Mehmed Tevfik

Ebüziyya Mehmed Tevfik (Ebū ’l-Deiubareiodotiyāʾ Meḥmed Tevfīq, 17 Rebiülevvel (Rabīʿ al-Awwal) 1265–18 Safer (Ṣafar) 1331/10 February 1849–27 January 1913), a Turkish journalist, printer, editor, critic, lexicographer, writer, calligrapher, bureaucrat, and politician, was born in Istanbul to a family from Konya. He wrote articles under the pseudonym Ebüziyya, which he adopted during his exile in Rhodes, in 1290/1873, when the Ottoman government prohibited him from working as a journalist.


Capturing Constantinople : travel albums (1884-1910)
Acar, Sibel; Enginsoy Ekinci, Ayşe Sevil; Department of History of Architecture (2015)
This dissertation examines six travel albums of Istanbul produced between 1884 and 1910, held in Pierre de Gigord’s collection of photographs of the Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Turkey at the Getty Research Institute Library in Los Angeles. It explores these albums as nineteenth century presentations of Istanbul by considering the photographers and travelers as the two main actors determining their production as compilations and by analyzing not only the photographs both individually and as part of a ...
‘Turkey’s own September 11’: a political sociological study of the November 2003 İstanbul bombings as reflected by the Turkish press
Uyar, Elif Sabahat; Acar, Ayşe Feride; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2007)
This thesis analyzes the Turkish press coverage of the bombings in Istanbul on November 15 and 20, 2003. The general tendencies of the Turkish press in presenting the events are analyzed and comparisons between the coverage by a number of selected Turkish dailies that are known to be affiliated with different political views are made. The specific presentations of the Istanbul bombings by different dailies is analyzed in the context of the political debates in Turkey as these are reflected by papers of vary...
An Analysis of the national will discourse of Erdoğan: from ‘nation-as-one’ to nation as us
Oral, Bahar; Özçoban Üstüner, Fahriye; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2015)
This thesis has produced for analyzing the national will discourse of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the chairman of JDP and Prime Minister of Turkish Republic between the years of 2002-2014. National will concept is thought to be one of the constitutive components of Erdoğan’s discourse and it is observed that this concept is overused by Erdoğan. Whilst working on this subject, the French thinker Claude Lefort’s theory, he theory of ‘empty space of power’ has utilized. According to this theory, power which had been...
Refik Halid Karay and his memoirs of exile
Wasti, Syed Tanvir (2019-05-04)
Refik Halid Karay was a prominent late Ottoman Turkish novelist and journalist, who felt at odds with the political environment of his time and did not hesitate to attack it with his humorous and satirical pen. In consequence, he was twice exiled from Istanbul, firstly for five years within Turkey, and secondly, when he was not allowed to enter Turkey for sixteen years as one of the so-called 150ers who were deprived of their citizenship. The life and times of this quick-witted writer of elegant Turkish pro...
Structural Assessment and Strengthening of Atatürk’s Mausoleum, Anıtkabir
Toker, Saadet; Kocatürk, Tuba; Ünay, Ali İhsan (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2010)
Anıtkabir is the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the commander of Turkish War of Independence and the founder of Republic of Turkey. Rather than a work of architecture, Anıtkabir has been a symbol and a focal center of Atatürk’s principles, republican revolutions and modern Turkey. The making of Anıtkabir marks also an important milestone in the architectural history of Republic of Turkey. It is a simple, elegant and aesthetic example of a counter-concept developed against foreign architectural trends i...
Citation Formats
B. Çelik, Ebüziyya Mehmed Tevfik. 2015, p. 84.