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    • 19 yüzyıl Osmanlı-Türk edebiyatında öykü 

      Aydın, Hilal (Bilkent University, 2008)
      In this study, the works Letaif-i Rivayat by Ahmet Mithat (1844-1912), Müsameretname by Emin Nihat (?), Küçük Şeyler by Samipaşazade Sezai (1860- 1936), and Karabibik by Nabizâde Nazım (1862-1893), which all have a number ...
    • Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar`ın şiir eleştirisinde Avrupa merkezlilik 

      Pelvanoğlu, Emrah (Bilkent University, 2006)
      Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar (1901-62), who was one of the most original writers of modern Turkish literature, especially with his novels and poems, had also contributed to Turkish literary studies by various articles, essays, ...
    • Beware the winter is coming! Arab Spring in the global media 

      Uludağ, P. C. (Routledge, 2017)
      This study critically examines how the global media uses the concept of revolution when reporting about the Arab Spring. The understanding of the concept informed by historical Western revolutionary events perpetuates ...
    • The politics of studying securitization? the Copenhagen School in Turkey 

      Bilgin, P. (Sage Publications Ltd., 2011)
      Copenhagen School securitization theory has made significant inroads into the study of security in Western Europe. In recent years, it has also begun to gain a presence elsewhere. This is somewhat unanticipated. Given the ...
    • Revolution, modernity and the Arab Spring 

      Cafnik Uludağ, Petra (Bilkent University, 2017-07)
      This dissertation critically examines how linguistic and discursive practices in global media discourses devalorize the revolutionary implications of the so called Arab Spring. By using media framing analysis it approaches ...
    • The 'western-centrism' of security studies: 'blind spot' or constitutive practice? 

      Bilgin, P. (Sage Publications Ltd., 2010-12)
      Unlike some other staples of security studies that do not even register the issue, Buzan & Hansen's (2009) The Evolution of International Security Studies unambiguously identifies 'Western-centrism' as a problem. This ...