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A content-based social network study of evliyâ çelebi's seyahatnâme-bitlis section
Evliyâ Çelebi, an Ottoman writer, scholar and world traveler, visited most of the territories and also some of the neighboring countries of the Ottoman Empire in the seventeenth century. He took notes about his trips and ...
Automatic categorization of ottoman literary texts by poet and time period
Millions of manuscripts and printed texts are available in the Ottoman language. The automatic categorization of Ottoman texts would make these documents much more accessible in various applications ranging from historical ...
(Cambridge University Press, 2011)
In the time since our 2010 workshop, the European Union has generated a good deal of drama. A serious debt crisis in Greece was repeated in Ireland, Spain, Italy, and Portugal. It threatened to undermine the basic fabric ...
Paths to God within the poet: Necip Fazil Kisakürek (1904-83) and his mystical poetry
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2005)
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Restorationist counter-enlightenment: Thomas M'Crie on the concept of civil liberty
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2014)
Enlightenment notions for Counter Enlightenment purposes have not to date been used to provide a comprehensive context for Scottish religious history writing in the age of Counter Revolution and Restoration. The Evangelical ...
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 ...
The revenant on the threshold
(FB and Media Group of Estonian Literary Museum, 2015)
This study explores accounts of the revenant, the walking dead in medieval Britain through the concept of a failure in the ritual process that surrounded death. This concept is used to explore the rituals leading to, ...
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 ...
Winning the war of perception: american attempts to counter Germany’s military influence in Turkey during World War II
This article analyzes the emergence of the USA as a political power on the international platform against Germany in order to break the strong influence of the latter in Turkish military spheres. Turkey did not enter World ...
Rethinking Russian pan-Slavism in the Ottoman Balkans: N.P. Ignatiev and the Slavic Benevolent Committee (1856–77)
In the mid-nineteenth century pan-Slavic ideology was evident at two levels: at the personal level in N.P. Ignatiev's diplomacy, and at the institutional level in the Slavic Benevolent Committee's activities. Both served ...