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    • Between being and becoming : identity, question of foreignness and the case of the Turkish house 

      Şumnu, Umut (Bilkent University, 2012)
      How were those narratives telling us about the Turkish House shaped? How did they come to contribute to the formation of our understanding of the history [and theory] of modern Turkish architecture? And respectively, how ...
    • Deconstructionist typography 

      Tansel, Sepren (Bilkent University, 1995)
      This thesis probes into how semiotics and deconstructionism on the one hand, technological progress on the other, have challenged typography. It begins with a short historical account of contemporary typography, focusing ...
    • Figuring the orient : a discussion of orientalism within the context of Ferzan Özpetek's films 

      Engin, Evrim (Bilkent University, 2004)
      This study aims to inaugurate a thorough reading of two films by Ferzan Özpetek that employ Orient as their setting and major narrative element, Hamam (1997) and Harem Suare (1999), to examine their complicity with the ...
    • Hypertext and critial convergence 

      Çokal, Berat (Bilkent University, 2000)
      Today, within the information and telecommunication technologies, internet technologies occupies the dominant role. Hypertext is the system that underlies many of the main digital multimedia with its capacity to ...
    • Mapping the body: major conceptions of human embodiment from the West 

      Ayaş, Ahmet Murat (Bilkent University, 1998)
      Within the humanistic and social sciences of the western world, the human body, the state of being embodied, and the indelible interrelatedness of mind and the body have long been neglected in favour of the mind that is ...
    • A theoretical discussion on framing: and the frame through deconstruction 

      Bengi, Z Begüm (Bilkent University, 1999)
      This study aims at investigating deconstruction, and how a theoretical discussion on framing may be arrived at through such an investigation. For this pupose, some of the concepts such as ‘logocentricm’, ‘differance’, ...
    • Writing culture: postmodernism and ethnography 

      Mutman, M. (Sage Publications, 2006)
      In a radical critical gesture, postmodern ethnography emphasizes the concepts of writing, narrative and dialogue against a merely scientific recording of facts. Interestingly, it does not question an outsider's accessibility ...