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The Image of the Turk in Europe from the Declaration of the Republic in 1923 to the 1990s


Proceedings of the Workshop Held on 5-6 March 1999, CECES, Bogaziçi University


A collection of articles on the perception of Turks and Turkey in various European countries during the twentieth century.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-135-3
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Nov 20,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 435
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61143-135-3
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The Image of the Turk in Europe is the product of an extensive research project at the Centre for Comparative European Studies at Bogaziçi University. Begun in 1997, the project resulted in this volume, a collection of twenty-two articles written by the thirty scholars involved in the third workshop held at Bogaziçi in 1999. While much attention has been given to the image of “the Turk” during the era of the Ottoman Empire, perceptions of “the new Turk” of the Turkish Republic remained somewhat more of a mystery. The shift which accompanied the modernisation of the new country, the beginning of Turkish migration to European countries and the development of relations between Turkey and the European Union all contributed greatly to European views of Turks during the twentieth century. Under Nedret Kuran Burçoglu's editorship, the book has been divided into sections dealing with the image of the Turk in Northern Europe, Central Europe and the Balkans.

The Image of the Turk in Europe is the product of an extensive research project at the Centre for Comparative European Studies at Bogaziçi University. Begun in 1997, the project resulted in this volume, a collection of twenty-two articles written by the thirty scholars involved in the third workshop held at Bogaziçi in 1999. While much attention has been given to the image of “the Turk” during the era of the Ottoman Empire, perceptions of “the new Turk” of the Turkish Republic remained somewhat more of a mystery. The shift which accompanied the modernisation of the new country, the beginning of Turkish migration to European countries and the development of relations between Turkey and the European Union all contributed greatly to European views of Turks during the twentieth century. Under Nedret Kuran Burçoglu's editorship, the book has been divided into sections dealing with the image of the Turk in Northern Europe, Central Europe and the Balkans.

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  • Table of Contents (page 7)
  • Nedret Kuran Burcoglu: Introduction (page 13)
  • I. The Image of the Turk in Northern European Countries (page 21)
  • Ural Manco: TURK IN EUROPE: FROM A GARBLED IMAGE TO THE COMPLEXITY OF MIGRANT SOCIAL REALITY. (page 23)
  • Johan Soenen: THE IMAGE OF TURKISH LITERATURE IN FLANDERS (page 39)
  • Sehnaz Tahir - Emel Turker: "THE MAN FROM EAST-WEST" Reviews of turkish Literature and Turkey's Image in Norway in the 1990s (page 69)
  • Filiz Calislar Yenisehirlioglu: THE IMAGE OF TURKEY IN BRITISH NEWSPAPER: A CASE STUDY OF MUSA'S AND SARAH'S LOVE STORY (page 89)
  • Christopher Brewin: THE IMAGE OF THE TURK IN EUROPE (page 95)
  • I. The Image of the Turk in Central European Countries (page 109)
  • Regine Erichsen: SCOUNDREL OR GENTLEMAN? THE IMAGE OF THE TURK AND THE GERMAN CULTURAL MISSION IN TURKEY DURING WORLD WAR I (page 111)
  • M.Nail Alkan: DAS BILD DER TURKEI INDER DEUTSCHEN PRESSE (1960-1997) (page 159)
  • Yuksel Pazarkaya: VOM KOMPARSEN ZUM PROTAGONISTEN Das Bild des Turken in der zeitgenossischen deutschen Literatur (page 191)
  • Karin E. Yesiiada: "GETURKT" ODER NUR "ANDERS"? TURKENBILD IN DER TURKISCH-DEUTSCHEN SATIRE (page 207)
  • Kadriye Ozturk: DAS BILD DER TURKISCHEN FRAU IN WERKEN DER TURKISCHEN AUTORIN AYSEL OZAKIN (page 223)
  • Ali Osman Ozturk: ZUR FUNKTION DES TURKENMOTIVS IN DER DEUTSCHEN POPULAREN VOLKSKUNST IM 19, JAHRHUNDERT. EINE ETHNOLOGISCHE BETRACHTUNG (page 235)
  • Wolfgang Mastnak: THE AUSTRIAN VIEW OF TURKEY AND THE TURK: AN ATTEMPT TO ANALYSE A NEARLY UNAPPROACHABLE PHENOMENON (page 249)
  • III. The Image of the Turk in Balkan Countries (page 273)
  • Merela-Lurninita Murgeseu: THE TURK IN ROMANIAN HISTORY TEXT BOOKS (19TH-20TH CENTURIES) (page 275)
  • Elena-Natalia Ionescu: THE IMAGE OF THE TURK THROUGH THE TRANSLATIONS MADE INTO ROMANIAN: TAKING A CHANCE (page 289)
  • Kata Kulavkova: FROM SIMPLIFICATION TO PARONOMASIA: The Re-semantization of the Paradigm of the Turk in Macedonian Literature (page 295)
  • Roumen Yanovski: THE IMAGE OF THE TURKS IN THE BULGARIAN PRESS (page 311)
  • Iordanka Bibina: THE IMAGE OF THE TURKS IN BULGARIAN LITERATURE AND PAINTING (page 337)
  • Lily Hamourtziadou - Bulent Gokay: ANGELS AND DEMONS-CONSTRUCTIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS OF THE ENEMY IMAGE IN GREECE AND TURKEY (page 397)
  • Christina Rougheri: CONTEMPORARY GREEK NATIONALISM: THE IMAGE OF THE TURKS IN THE GREEK PRESS (1994-1998) (page 415)
  • LIST OF THE CONTRIBUTORS (page 433)
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