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 What Is Media Archaeology? originally published by Polity. From the backcover of the English […]

AUTHOR(S) Jussi Parikka, 22TL

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, 22TL

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

AUTHOR(S) Cory Doctorow,

This book includes some of the works presented at the Conference of Gender Studies in Turkey held by Koç University […]

DERLEYEN(LER) Fatoş Gökşen, Bertil Emrah Oder, Deniz Yükseker, Hülya Şimga,

26TL

Gender Studies in Turkey
Inequalities, Struggles, and Gains

DERLEYEN(LER) Fatoş Gökşen, Bertil Emrah Oder, Deniz Yükseker, Hülya Şimga,

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,

This volume presents such an assessment as well as a critical perspective on the current state of Women’s Studies in […]

DERLEYEN(LER) Serpil Sancar,

60TL

If Only an Inch…
Feminist Studies in Turkey at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century, in Honor of Prof. Dr. Nermin Abadan Unat

DERLEYEN(LER) Serpil Sancar,

“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,

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