• Osman Hasan and the Tombstone Photographs of the Dönmes
    "This is really a remarkable work, and will surely interest and delight many people who would otherwise never have known about the existence of the Donmeh. In a way, this volume has give a new life to one of the most remarkable and enigmatic groups ever to emerge in Ottoman Thessaloniki. What a lovely book..." Mark Mazover, Ira D. Wallach Professor of History, Columbia University, Author of Salonica, City of Ghosts: Christians, Muslims and Jews 1430-1950. Almost a century ago, massive political and demographic changes in the Balkans swept the members of the crypto-Jewish sects known collectively as the Dönme from their homeland in Salonica to Istanbul and other parts of Anatolia. While appearing to be Muslim, in their private life the ... Devamı
    1.500,00 TL
  • Costa Gaziadi et Les Memoires de 50 Ans d'un Journaliste d'Istanbul ( 1905-1955 )
    Ces mémoires sont celles d’un journaliste grec d’Istanbul et ont été publiées pour la première fois dans Le Journal d’Orient, journal francophone publié à Istanbul et qui s’adressait en particulier aux minorités non Musulmanes francophones. Les mémoires de Gaziadi interésseront surtout les lecteurs et chercheurs s’interéssant à l’empire Ottoman et à la période du début du 20ème siècle. ... Devamı
    80,00 TL
  • History and Education : Perceptions, Changes and Continuities During Early Turkish Republic
    First years of the Turkish Republic was witnessing a new nation-state building. In this period of time, nationalism and construction of a national identity among the peoples was the core problem of the ruling cadre. Hence, official history was used as one of the major devices to install Turkish identity and consciousness to the nation which was being reshaped to adopt the dominant ideology of the power. This study aims to put forth the basics of official historiography in Turkey and its reflections on educational practices during the Single Party Regime. Within this framework, this study will display the changes and continuities in the formation of the official history in Turkey and its dissemination through education as ideological tools ... Devamı
    90,00 TL
  • The Cypriot Mule Corps in the First World War
    This study aims to illustrate the complex situation of the Cypriot Mule Corps from the standpoint of Cypriots and to show that people can ignore their national and religious identities when they have to. Cypriot muleteers served in the British army in the Macedonian front during the First World War. Both Cypriot men and island mules were used in the war. Mules were used in the war due to their carrying ability under harsh geographical conditions. The British government utilized the existing economic problems in Cyprus to attract Cypriot support. For some Cypriots joining the war serving in the army was the only way to provide for the livelihood of their family. In fact, Turkish Cypriots participated in the Great War against the Ottoman ... Devamı
    70,00 TL
  • 1256/1840 Nüfus Defterlerinde Çardak Kasabası
        Demografik araştırmaların, tarih bilimini içerisindeki yeri oldukça önemlidir. Bu araştırmalarda en önemli materyal ve birincil kaynak nüfus defterleridir. Son yıllarda arşivlerdeki çalışma koşullarının iyileştirilmesibu defterlere de kolay ulaşımı sağlamış ve yeni çalışmaların yolunu açmıştır. Biz de çalışmamızı bu minvalde yürüttük. 1934 yılında meydana gelen Lapseki hükümet konağı yangınında nüfus arşivinin de yanmış olması çalışmaya ayrı bir önem yükler. Çalışmada, Çardak kasabasına ait iki defter (Müslim ve Gayr-ı Müslim) esas alınmış ve halkın yapısı, demografik özellikleri incelenmiştir. Kasabanın bir dönemine ışık tutan veriler tarih disiplininde ... Devamı
    25,00 TL
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