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Relocating the fault lines : Turkey beyond the East-West divide / edited by Güven Güzeldere and Sibel Irzik.

Contributor(s): Güzeldere, Güven | Irzik, Sibel, 1958-.
Series: The South Atlantic Quarterly, v. 102, no. 2/3 (Spring/Summer 2003).Publisher: Durham, N.C. : London : Duke University Press, 2003Description: v, [283-666] p. : ill.ISBN: 082236557X.Subject(s): Edebiyat ve toplum -- Türkiye | Literature and society -- Turkey | Turkey -- Politics and government | Turkey -- Civilization | Türkiye -- Uygarlık | Türkiye -- Siyaset ve yönetim
Contents:
The AKP and normalizing democracy in Turkey / Ahnet Insel -- Turkey 2002: Kemalism, Islamism, and politics in the light of the February 28 Process / Umit Cizre and Menderes Cinar -- Turkey, a "Secular" state?: The challenge of description / Andrew Davison -- Occidentialism: The historical fantasy of the modern / Meltham Ahiska -- Whatever happened to secularization?: The multiple Islams of Turkey / Haldun Gulalp -- Humoring the state / Behic Ak -- Living Islam in the Diaspora: Between Turkey and Germany / Katherine Pratt Ewing -- Nationalist discourses in Turkey / Tanil Bora -- The place of the economy in Turkish society / Ayse Bugra -- Turkey and the world in twenty-five years: Thinking about the future / Bruce Kuniholm -- Labor to culture: Writing Turkish migration / Levant Soysal -- National myths and self-na(rra)tions: Mustafa Kemal's Nutuk and Halide Edip's Memoirs and the Turkish Ordeal / Hulya Adak -- A prisoner of language: The strange case of modren Turkish poetry / Necmi Zeka -- Car narratives: A subgenre in Turkish novel writing / Jale Parla -- Allegorical lives: The public and the private in the modern Turkish novel / Sibel Trzik -- "Our Master, the Novice": On the catastrophic births of modern Turkish poetry / Orhan Kocak -- Dandies and originals: Authenticity, belatedness, and the Turkish novel / Nurden Gurbilek -- Belated modernity and modernity as belatedness in Tutunamayanlar / Suna Ertugrul -- Ottoman past and Turkish futue: Ambivalence in A. H. Tanpinar's Those outside the scene / Erdag Giknar.
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The AKP and normalizing democracy in Turkey / Ahnet Insel -- Turkey 2002: Kemalism, Islamism, and politics in the light of the February 28 Process / Umit Cizre and Menderes Cinar -- Turkey, a "Secular" state?: The challenge of description / Andrew Davison -- Occidentialism: The historical fantasy of the modern / Meltham Ahiska -- Whatever happened to secularization?: The multiple Islams of Turkey / Haldun Gulalp -- Humoring the state / Behic Ak -- Living Islam in the Diaspora: Between Turkey and Germany / Katherine Pratt Ewing -- Nationalist discourses in Turkey / Tanil Bora -- The place of the economy in Turkish society / Ayse Bugra -- Turkey and the world in twenty-five years: Thinking about the future / Bruce Kuniholm -- Labor to culture: Writing Turkish migration / Levant Soysal -- National myths and self-na(rra)tions: Mustafa Kemal's Nutuk and Halide Edip's Memoirs and the Turkish Ordeal / Hulya Adak -- A prisoner of language: The strange case of modren Turkish poetry / Necmi Zeka -- Car narratives: A subgenre in Turkish novel writing / Jale Parla -- Allegorical lives: The public and the private in the modern Turkish novel / Sibel Trzik -- "Our Master, the Novice": On the catastrophic births of modern Turkish poetry / Orhan Kocak -- Dandies and originals: Authenticity, belatedness, and the Turkish novel / Nurden Gurbilek -- Belated modernity and modernity as belatedness in Tutunamayanlar / Suna Ertugrul -- Ottoman past and Turkish futue: Ambivalence in A. H. Tanpinar's Those outside the scene / Erdag Giknar.

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