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Paths to God within the poet: Necip Fazil Kisakürek (1904-83) and his mystical poetry
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2005)
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Identifying celts in the past: A methodology
This article examines the problem of identifying individuals within and between medieval historical sources, especially medieval Irish chronicles and genealogies. A content analysis of these two groups of document provides ...
Perception of history and the problem of superiority in ahmedi's
This paper is an analysis of the narrative structure of the chronologically final part of ahmedi's (d. 1413) primary work İskendername, in terms of its perception of time and history. In so doing, it may be possible to ...
Kazakhstan and Central Asia: Regional perspectives
Today, Kazakhstan-as any of the Central Asian ex-Soviet states-is busy solving its domestic and economic problems. This facet of their interests and policy makes the present-day intra-Central Asian relations considerably ...
Tarihçi Şükrullâh Çelebi (1380?-1460)
The historian Şükrullâh Çelebi (1380?-1460), coming from the family of ulemas, belongs to the less known figures of Ottoman historiography. Our knowledge concerning his life is very limited: in the period of 1402-1413 he ...
Multinational staff effectiveness in UN peace operations: The case of the U.S. army and UNMIH, 1994-1995
(Sage Publications, 2003)
This article draws upon the past analysis of Allan R. Millett, Williamson Murray, and Kenneth H. Watman concerning military organizational effectiveness. Those scholars examined wartime activities, but this discussion ...
Conversion to Islam as a social process
(Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Historical Research, 2008)
Hamzawi and Hurufi heresy in Bosnia as reaction to the political crisis of the Ottoman empire in the second half of the 16th century
(Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Historical Research, 2000)
Estate management and inflation: the honor of gloucester, 1183-1263
(The North American Conference on British Studies, 2002)
A gift from Jean-Jacques Rousseau to George Simon Harcourt: etchings and proofs of the ıllustrations to his works
(University of Toronto Press, 2002)