In “Non-Paris”, the photographer tries to reveal a courageus introspection, a voice or an objection of her own she longed for although it has been vulnerable or makeshift time to time, in a land she is not familiar with.
In their own eeriness, the images may be a forgotten voice, a face that has been never seen, or an unexpected encounter for a photograapher, as long as they are not committed to forced feelings; they may be about an unfamiliar emotion triggered by a small detail on a road the photographer walk by for the first time; an emotion escaped from, ignored, or maybe not faced for years.
This book is the Turkish translation of A Natural History of Human Morality, originally published by Harvard University Press. From the […]Michael Tomasello, 22TL
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This book is the Turkish translation of Dignity in Adversity: Human Rights in Troubled Times originally published by Polity Press. From the […]Şeyla Benhabib, 30TL
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