The most obvious characteristics of popular novels include serial production, specific formulas, and the reliance on clichéd heroes and events. […]

AUTHOR(S) Veli Uğur, 36 TL

Vampire’s Kiss, Lover’s Blood
Popular Novels in Turkey after 1980

AUTHOR(S) Veli Uğur,

This book is the Turkish translation of What Is Media Archaeology? originally published by Polity. From the backcover of the English […]

AUTHOR(S) Jussi Parikka, 22 TL

What Is Media Archaeology?

AUTHOR(S) Jussi Parikka,

This book is the Turkish translation of Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free: Laws for the Internet Age originally published by McSweeney’s. […]

AUTHOR(S) Cory Doctorow, 22 TL

Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free
Laws for the Internet Age

AUTHOR(S) Cory Doctorow,

This book is the Turkish translation of Forms: Whole, Rythm, Hierarchy, Network published by Princeton University Press. From the backcover of […]

AUTHOR(S) Caroline Levine, 22 TL

Forms
Whole, Rhythm, Hierarchy, Network

AUTHOR(S) Caroline Levine,

This is the first book-length study on Aşık Çelebi’s Biographical Dictionary of Poets, which occupies a central place in the […]

DERLEYEN(LER) Hatice Aynur, Aslı Niyazioğlu,

25 TL

On Aşık Çelebi and his Biographical Dictionary of Poets

DERLEYEN(LER) Hatice Aynur, Aslı Niyazioğlu,

The essays, imagining and recalling the cadences of Said’s conversation, take various forms, including elaborations on his ideas, applications of […]

DERLEYEN(LER) Homi Bhabha, William J.T. Mitchell,

20 TL

Edward Said
Continuing the Conversation

DERLEYEN(LER) Homi Bhabha, William J.T. Mitchell,

This title is Turkish translation of Fiction Agonistes: In Defense of Literature, Standford University Press, 2010. From the back cover […]

AUTHOR(S) Gregory Jusdanis, 18 TL

Fiction Agonistes
In Defense of Literature

AUTHOR(S) Gregory Jusdanis,

Critical Reflections in Migration Research: Views from the North and the South is an attempt to critically approach the epistemology […]

24 TL

Critical Reflections in Migration Research
Views from the North and the South

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