This book is the Turkish translation of A Natural History of Human Morality, originally published by Harvard University Press. From the […]

AUTHOR(S) Michael Tomasello, 22TL

A Natural History of Human Morality

AUTHOR(S) Michael Tomasello,

How would Constantinople, the last largest urban settlement of the Greco-Roman World become the largest city of Medieval Christian Europe? […]

AUTHOR(S) Paul Magdalino, 20TL

Medieval Constantinople
Studies on the History and Topography of Byzantine Constantinople

AUTHOR(S) Paul Magdalino,

This book is the Turkish translation of Dignity in Adversity: Human Rights in Troubled Times​ originally published by Polity Press. From the […]

AUTHOR(S) Şeyla Benhabib, 30TL

Dignity in Adversary
Human Rights in Troubled Times

AUTHOR(S) Şeyla Benhabib,

Language can be perceived as a piece of paper. On one side, there is the “thought”, and the “sound” on […]

DERLEYEN(LER) Engin Arık,

80TL

Talking with Hands
Studies on Turkish Sign Language

DERLEYEN(LER) Engin Arık,

This book is the Turkish translation of The Make-Believe Space: Affective Geography in a Postwar Polity, originally published by Duke University Press. […]

AUTHOR(S) Yael Navaro, 34TL

The Make-Believe Space
Affective Geography in a Postwar Polity

AUTHOR(S) Yael Navaro,

This book is the Turkish translation of Master Builders of Byzantium, published by Stanford University Press. From the backcover of the […]

AUTHOR(S) Robert Ousterhout, 32TL

Master Builders of Byzantium

AUTHOR(S) Robert Ousterhout,

In “Non-Paris”, the photographer tries to reveal a courageus introspection, a voice or an objection of her own she longed for although […]

AUTHOR(S) Laleper Aytek, 30TL

Non-Paris

AUTHOR(S) Laleper Aytek,

This book, a collection of ethnographic articles, based on a decade of field research in the Yuntdağ region in Western […]

AUTHOR(S) Kimberly Hart, 18TL

Weaving Modernity
Life, Labor and Love in a Western Anatolian Village

AUTHOR(S) Kimberly Hart,

Everybody always said that these women could only copy and that they copied and copied and copied. But within each […]

DERLEYEN(LER) Kimberly Hart,

70TL

What Josephine saw

DERLEYEN(LER) Kimberly Hart,

This title is the Turkish translation of Anthropology as Cultural Critique: An Experimental Moment in the Human Sciences originally published […]

AUTHOR(S) George E. Marcus, Michael M.J. Fischer, 26TL

Anthropology as Cultural Critique
An Experimental Moment in the Human Sciences

AUTHOR(S) George E. Marcus, Michael M.J. Fischer,

The Byzantine Court: Source of Power and Culture,” was selected, on the other hand, in view of Constantinople’s essential role […]

DERLEYEN(LER) Ayla Ödekan, Nevra Necipoğlu, Engin Akyürek,

50TL

The Byzantine Court
Source of Power and Culture

DERLEYEN(LER) Ayla Ödekan, Nevra Necipoğlu, Engin Akyürek,

A publication by the Istanbul Archaeological Museums, Koç Foundation, Koç University Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations and Koç University Press

DERLEYEN(LER) Zeynep Kızıltan, Gülbahar Baran Çelik,

70TL

Stories From The Hidden Harbor
Shipwrecks of Yenikapı

DERLEYEN(LER) Zeynep Kızıltan, Gülbahar Baran Çelik,

“In this study of Kuzguncuk, known as one of Istanbul’s historically most tolerant, multiethnic neighborhoods, Amy Mills is animated by […]

AUTHOR(S) Amy Mills, 28TL

Streets of Memory
Landscape, Tolerance, and National Identity in Istanbul

AUTHOR(S) Amy Mills,

“Turkey is famed for a history of tolerance toward minorities, and there is a growing nostalgia for the “Ottoman mosaic.” […]

AUTHOR(S) Marcy Brink-Danan, 28TL

Jewish Life in 21st Century Turkey
The Other Side of Tolerance

AUTHOR(S) Marcy Brink-Danan,

This book reintroduces and reexamines the Seljuk inscriptions from the walls of Sinop citadel. First published at the beginning of […]

AUTHOR(S) Scott Redford, 90TL

Legends of Authority
The 1215 Seljuk Inscriptions of Sinop Citadel, Turkey

AUTHOR(S) Scott Redford,

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