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Using neutron activation analysis to identify scales of interaction at Kinet Höyük, Turkey
We use NAA to characterize a relatively large archaeological ceramic sample from the Late Bronze Age to Hellenistic phases of Kinet Höyük, a coastal Turkish site in the Gulf of Iskenderun at the northeast corner of the ...
Among the so-called "mushroom knob joint" of the Anatolian early bronze age-Ceremonial unit between Halysbogen and Cubans
The following contribution focuses upon a group of metal objects of idiosyncratic form, which are known from the Early Bronze Age in Anatolia (3rd millennium BC). These so-called Pilzknaufkeulen or maces with knobbed heads ...
English studies in Turkey: an assessment
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015)
This paper assesses the present state of English studies in contemporary Turkey. It begins by noting the Head of Turkey's Higher Education Board's admission of the Board's failure to improve higher education. The paper ...
Dinsel mit-ritüel kuram
(Geleneksel Yayıncılık, 2012)
Mit-ritüel kuramına göre din, ilkel bilimdir: mit ve ritüelin birbiriyle etkileşim hâlinde işlev görmesi yoluyla esası oluşturulan din, dünyayı sihirli bir şekilde kendi lehine kullanır. Dinle ilgili daha birçok teori, ...
The Legio XXX Ulpia Victrix Pia Fidelis and Severus' expeditiones Asiana and Mesopotamena
(Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseum Mainz, 2008)
Parliamentary immunity in democratizing countries: the case of Turkey
(The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009)
This article examines the effect that shielding elected representatives from criminal law might have in those countries that are undergoing democratization. Parliamentary immunity helps to compensate for any shortfall in ...
The socio-cultural perception of death in Turkish society recorded in lament epics (1955-1975)
(Baywood Publishing Co. Inc., 2014)
This study explores the socio-cultural perception of death among Turkish people. For this reason, 210 published lament epics written by Turkish folk singers across all of Turkey concerning deaths between 1955 and 1975 were ...
Teaching christine de pizan in Turkey
An important part of making philosophy as a discipline gender equal is to ensure that female authors are not simply wiped out of the history of philosophy. This has implications for teaching as well as research. In this ...
The hegemonic preservation thesis revisited: the example of Turkey
(Springer Netherland, 2017)
This paper offers a critical rereading of the history of judicial review of constitutional amendments in Turkey. We argue that, contrary to appearances, the claim to a power of amendment review on the part of the Turkish ...
Basic education and capability development in Turkey
(Waxmann Publishing, 2008)