Places of Diverse Social Groups in Cihangir İstanbul



Places from the Past Lost in New Towns: Hong Kong’s Old Villages
Dijk, Terry Van; Weitkamp, Gerd (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2018-1-19)
The metropolis of Hong Kong has expanded enormously since 1960, by means of a New Town strategy. On its main land, self contained cities were built to accommodate the population growth of as much as a million inhabitants per decade. Allegedly without paying much attention to built cultural heritage. This paper reports on a systematic comparison for all New Towns to see how much heritage has survived. Standardised maps were made showing the pre-New Town land use (the villages in particular), the New Town mas...
Place – identity – change in Ankara University Cebeci Campus as an issue of modern heritage conservation
Yabacı, Azize Elif; Şahin Güçhan, Neriman; Altan, Tomris Elvan; Conservation of Cultural Heritage in Department of Architecture (2018)
In recent years, following the increasing attention on the conservation of modern buildings and landscapes in Turkey developed after Europe and the United States, a significant recognition of modern buildings and landscapes on private and public campuses has also started. Although there are positive evidences, the heritage of modern movement continues to be threatened in Turkey. Together with the ‘modern heritage’ discussion, the ‘place identity’ issue is also a part of the problem for this dissertation. In...
Spaces of masculinities: bachelor rooms in Süleymaniye
Kızılkan, Nurhayat; Saktanber, Ayşe Nur; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2009)
This study attempts to understand the relational formation of masculine identites and masculine spaces in the construction and production of masculinities by looking at the notion of “bachelor” and the socio-spatial reflections of “bachelorship”, a particular case of manliness in Turkish context, in the case of “bachelor rooms” in Süleymaniye district in Eminönü, Istanbul from the perspective of feminist geography. Neighborhoods gendered with bachelor rooms situated near the commercial heart of the big citi...
Sites of Power and Resistance or Melting Pots? A Gendered Understanding of Islam throughShrines in Turkey
Jassal, Smıta Tewarı; Akcapar, Sebnem Koser (2014-03-01)
Location of health facilities and geography of health in Ankara.
Berkman, Ayşe Gülden; Tekeli, İlhan; Department of City and Regional Planning (1992)
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Ş. Demirel, E. Yetişkul Şenbil, and S. Kayasü, “Places of Diverse Social Groups in Cihangir İstanbul,” 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: