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 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,

Can you imagine the chaos if all family members that nurse their elderly decide to strike, and ask the government to […]

AUTHOR(S) İsmail Tufan, 24TL

In Need of Care
Nursing of Elderly Alzheimer Patients

AUTHOR(S) İsmail Tufan,

The studies of elderliness in Turkey is under the dominance of a medical approach. İsmail Tufan, who starts his research with […]

AUTHOR(S) İsmail Tufan, 25TL

The Structural Change of Elderliness in Turkey

AUTHOR(S) İsmail Tufan,

The Land of Turkey has not only yielded archaeological finds essential to the formation of the field of archaeology; these […]

AUTHOR(S) Nina Ergin, Scott Redford, 18TL

Perceptions of the Past in the Turkish Republic
Classical and Byzantine Periods

AUTHOR(S) Nina Ergin, Scott Redford,

“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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