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Islam, secularism and nationalism in modern Turkey : who is a Turk? / Soner Cagaptay.

By: Çaégaptay, Soner.
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2005Description: xx, 262 p.ISBN: 0415384583 (hardback).Subject(s): Islam -- Turkey -- History | İslam -- Türkiye -- Tarih | Kemalizm | Kemalism | Turkey -- Ethnic relations | Turkey -- Politics and government -- 1918-1960 | Türkiye -- Siyaset ve yönetim -- 1918-1960 | Türkiye -- Etnik ilişkilerDDC classification: 305.8/009561 Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Introduction: Turkish nationalism today -- Ch. 1. FRom the Muslim millet to the Turkish nation, the Ottoman Legacy -- Ch. 2. Secularism, Kemalist nationalism, Turkishness and the minorities in the 1920s -- Ch. 3. Kemalism par excellence in the 1930s, the rise of Turkish nationalism -- Chapter 4. Who is a Turk? Kemalist citizenship policies -- Ch. 5. Defining the boundaries of Turkishness, Kemalist immigration and resettlement policies -- Ch. 6. Secularized Islam defines Turkishness; Kurds and other Muslims as Turks -- Ch. 7. Ethno-religious limits of Turkishness; Christians excluded from the nation -- Ch. 8. Jews in the 1930s; Turks or not? -- Conclusion: Understanding Turkish nationalism in modern Turkey; the Kemalist legacy.
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Includes bibliographical references.

Introduction: Turkish nationalism today -- Ch. 1. FRom the Muslim millet to the Turkish nation, the Ottoman Legacy -- Ch. 2. Secularism, Kemalist nationalism, Turkishness and the minorities in the 1920s -- Ch. 3. Kemalism par excellence in the 1930s, the rise of Turkish nationalism -- Chapter 4. Who is a Turk? Kemalist citizenship policies -- Ch. 5. Defining the boundaries of Turkishness, Kemalist immigration and resettlement policies -- Ch. 6. Secularized Islam defines Turkishness; Kurds and other Muslims as Turks -- Ch. 7. Ethno-religious limits of Turkishness; Christians excluded from the nation -- Ch. 8. Jews in the 1930s; Turks or not? -- Conclusion: Understanding Turkish nationalism in modern Turkey; the Kemalist legacy.

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