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A place of identity and fear: boundaries experienced in a "Gypsy" Quarter in Ankara
(International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments (IASTE), 2002)
This paper explores the practices of exclusion, segregation and conflict in Çinçin Baglari, a rigidly defined quarter in Ankara, Turkey. This quarter has gained a reputation as an "unruly" place inhabited by lawless people, ...
Spatial, social and temporal compromise on the border
(International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments, 2002)
This paper focuses on Alanya a mid-size town alaong the Mediterranean costs of Turkey, where a shift from agricultural production to tourism has been experienced over the last 20 years, resulting in waves of migration. In ...
Reinvention of tradition as an urban image: the case of Ankara Citadel
Debates on urban tourism have been coupled with a widespread discourse on 'placelessness', 'loss of identity', and 'standardization' related to the modernist ideology of planning. In this respect, utilizing this historic ...