Ottoman Arcadia

The Hamidian Expedition to the Land of Tribal Roots (1886)

AUTHOR(S) :
Ahmet Ersoy
Beatrice St. Laurent
Berin Gölönü
Deniz Türker
Reşat Kasaba
Selim Deringil
Sinan Kuneralp
T.G. Otte

DERLEYEN(LER): 
Bahattin Öztuncay
Özge Ertem

LANGUAGE: English

CATEGORY: ANAMED
History
History of Photography
Ottoman History
Photography
PAGES: 180
SIZE: 24 x 30 cm
EDITION: 1st print, May 2018
HARDCOVER ISBN: 9786052116487
HARDCOVER PRICE: 120 TL

The English volume of the exhibition, “Ottoman Arcadia: The Hamidian Expedition to the Land of Tribal Roots (1886),” edited by Bahattin Öztuncay (co-curator) and Özge Ertem, is on shelves. In conjunction with the exhibition, the book examines the locations where the Ottoman Empire was founded, and the meanings attributed to these in the past and in the nineteenth century. It includes articles by expert researchers and academicians, Selim Deringil, T.G. Otte, Sinan Kuneralp, Ahmet Ersoy (co-curator), Deniz Türker (co-curator), Beatrice St. Laurent, Reşat Kasaba, and Berin Gölönü. In the articles, they study the foundation myths, the relationship among history, memory and representation through nomads of Anatolia, monuments, and architectural works in the earliest settlements of the empire as well as late 19thcentury European-Ottoman diplomatic relations. In addition, many of the photographs and artifacts from the exhibition can be found as high-quality reproductions in an addendum in the book. Turkish language version of the publication translated by Umur Çelikyay is also available.

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