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Les relations entre turcs et juifs dans la turquie moderne


This book investigates the relationship between Turks and Jews in the Turkish Republic. A variety of sources, from popular literature to Islamist writings, are included in this unique study.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-811-6
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Mar 21,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 179
Language: French
ISBN: 978-1-61143-811-6
$128.00

During the last century the position of Jews in Turkey went through a profound transformation; what was a blossoming community at the beginning of the century was by its end reduced to a marginal group. Independent scholar Rifat N. Bali Bali is the author of nine books and numerous articles on the history of Turkish Jewry. This volume presents his graduate thesis on the relationship between Turks and Jews in the Turkish republic, which was submitted to the École Pratique des Hautes Études of the Sourbonne University. In the first section, Bali analyzes the image of the Jew in three types of Turkish literature: nationalist popular literature, folklore and collections of anecdotes. In the second section, he gives an overview of the history of anti-Semitism in Turkey, from the early Republic to our time, particularly as a force in Islamist movements. Lastly, he turns his scholarly gaze to the official political ideology concerning the non-Muslims. This original study fills a gap in a field of research which has not been awarded the deserved attention.

During the last century the position of Jews in Turkey went through a profound transformation; what was a blossoming community at the beginning of the century was by its end reduced to a marginal group. Independent scholar Rifat N. Bali Bali is the author of nine books and numerous articles on the history of Turkish Jewry. This volume presents his graduate thesis on the relationship between Turks and Jews in the Turkish republic, which was submitted to the École Pratique des Hautes Études of the Sourbonne University. In the first section, Bali analyzes the image of the Jew in three types of Turkish literature: nationalist popular literature, folklore and collections of anecdotes. In the second section, he gives an overview of the history of anti-Semitism in Turkey, from the early Republic to our time, particularly as a force in Islamist movements. Lastly, he turns his scholarly gaze to the official political ideology concerning the non-Muslims. This original study fills a gap in a field of research which has not been awarded the deserved attention.

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Rifat N. Bali

  • ABREVIATIONS (page 8)
  • PREFACE (page 9)
  • INTRODUCTION (page 11)
  • I L'IMAGE DU JUIF DANS LITTERATURE POPULAIRE TURQUE (page 15)
  • L' IMAGE DU JUIF DANS LA LITTERATURE NATIONALISTE POPULAIRE* (page 17)
  • STEREOTYPES DU JUIF DANS LE FOLKLORE TURC* (page 27)
  • L' IMAGE DU JUIF DANS LES RECUEILS D' ANECDOTES PUBLIES EN TURQUIE* (page 31)
  • II. L'ANTISEMITISME EN TURQUIE (page 39)
  • L' ANTISEMITISME EN TURQUIE DE 1923 A NOS JOURS* (page 41)
  • CEVATRIFAT ATILHAN* (page 77)
  • LEPARTIDELA PROVIDENCE ET LES JUIFS DE TURQUIE* (page 109)
  • UNE ASSOCIATION RACISTE: L' ASSOCIATION TURQUE POUR LA LUTTE CONTRE LE SIONISME* (page 129)
  • III. L.A POLITIQUE ET L'IDEOLOGIE OFFICELLE RELATIVE AUX MINORITES (page 141)
  • LA POLITIQUE RELATIVE AUX MINORITES SOUS LA REPUBLIQUE* (page 143)
  • L'IDEOLOGIE OFFICIELLE ET LES CTTOYENS NON MUSULMANS* (page 157)
  • CONCLUSION (page 167)
  • BIBLIOGRAPHIE SELECTIVE (page 171)
  • TABLE DES MATIERES (page 179)