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    • Adam Smith's problems: sympathy in the national tale 

      Bartoszynska, K. (University of St. Thomas Center for Irish Studies, 2013)
      It is a critical commonplace to read Lady Morgan’s The Wild Irish Girl (1806) and Maria Edgeworth’s Ennui (1809) as national tales that use allegories of marriage to model a successful reconciliation between England and ...
    • Hafız Mustafa confectionery 

      Ateeq, Muhammad; Hannan, Abdullah; Khan, Taha; Khan, Muhammad Ali; Ali, Fardeen (Bilkent University, 2020)
      This research paper focuses on the Hafiz Mustafa Confectionery and argues that the confectionery was influential and inspirational in different ways. It argues that the success and popularity that the confectionery achieved ...
    • Reconsidering the concept of influence: the case of Turkey’s relations with the Middle East (2003-2014) 

      Ersoy, Eyüp (Bilkent University, 2016-06)
      This thesis propounds a new conceptual analysis of influence in international relations. First, it advances a novel definition of influence, with additional clarifications on the relationship between influence and power(s). ...
    • The effects of the Catoni Group in Turkey 

      Kipel, Dilara; Aamer, Hafsah; Nadeem, Taha; Hassan, Aizaz (Bilkent University, 2020)
      Turkey has a distinguished culture, however, one must remember that many different races, religions, and cultures existed together under one flag during the Ottoman Empire. These people from different backgrounds stayed ...