Multiple neo-Ottomanisms in the Construction of Turkey’s (Trans)national Heritage

ACHS 2020 FUTURES – Association of Critical Heritage Studies 5th Biennial Conference


Multiple neo-Ottomanisms in the construction of Turkey’s (trans)national heritage: TIKA and a dialectic between foreign and domestic policy
Aykaç Leıdholm, Pınar (2021-09-01)
After coming to power in 2002, the Justice and Development Party evoked the ‘glory’ of the Ottoman past, seeking to expand Turkey’s cultural sphere of influence to the former territories of the Ottoman Empire – a phenomenon commonly referred to as neo-Ottomanism. While neo-Ottomanism is generally discussed as a component of foreign policy, the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency’s (TIKA) intervention in the heritage dynamics of foreign countries was intimately linked with domestic policies. This pap...
Vertical Anatolian mavoment project
Dirik, Kadir; Çubukçu, Evren; Yıldırım, Cengiz; Çiner, Atilla; Ersoy, Orkun; Kutluay, Alkor; Sayın, Erman; Rojay, Fuat Bora; Aydar, Erkan(2011)
Multi-element high-lift design using the Navier-Stokes equations
Eyi, Sinan; Lee, K.D.; Rogers, S.E.; Kwak, D. (1996-01-01)
© by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc. All rights reserved.A method of optimizing the geometry and position of high-lift system elements is presented. The design optimization method maximizes lift without increasing the drag of multi-element airfoils at take-off and landing configurations. It uses an incompressible Navier-Stokes flow solver, a chimera overlaid grid system, and a constrained numerical optimizer. A finite-difference method is used to obtain aerodynamic sensitivity d...
Mixed-use high-rise [residential] complexes: a new urban form(ation) in İstanbul
Aslankan, Ali; Cengizkan, Ali; Department of Architecture (2014)
Following Industrialization and Modernization processes, Globalization allowed the capital to manifest itself in every aspect of daily life and spatial practices at the end of the twentieth century. As separate functional bodies; work, leisure and accommodation are reorganized according to the will of the capital and obtained new spatial dimensions and forms. Financial agglomerations in the form of Central Business Districts (CBDs) and recontextualization of leisure/shopping as an urban activity in the form...
Multi-functional buildings of the T-type in Ottoman context : network of identity and territorialization
Oğuz, Zeynep; Altan, Tomris Elvan; Department of History of Architecture (2006)
This thesis focuses on the Ottoman buildings with a T-shaped plan and their meanings with respect to the central and centrifugal tendencies in the Ottoman context in the fourteenth, fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries. The emergence of the multi-functional buildings of the T-type in the Ottoman realm is simultaneous with the burgeoning of a state in the early Ottoman frontier milieu, which is profoundly intermingled with the notion of gaza; whereas the demise of the use of the T-plan is coincident with ...
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P. Aykaç Leıdholm, “Multiple neo-Ottomanisms in the Construction of Turkey’s (Trans)national Heritage,” presented at the ACHS 2020 FUTURES – Association of Critical Heritage Studies 5th Biennial Conference, Çevrimiçi, İngiltere, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: