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3 About İstanbul Bilgi University Press Established in 2000, İstanbul Bilgi University Press is part of İstanbul Bilgi University and publishes both original works in Turkish and translations from the major languages of the world in a wide range of areas such as political science, economics, sociology, psychology, philosophy, arts and literature as well as textbooks. İstanbul Bilgi University Press has published more than 350 titles since the time it was first established and now, it publishes three to four books a month, which makes it a unique academic publishing house among all public and private universities. Furthermore, İstanbul Bilgi University Press is also publishing academic works in English language. These books are essentially, researches and monographs of renowned Turkish scholars and they aroused an interest both in academic circles and in general readership. The English books have paved a way for the academic world in Turkey to share the history, politics and researches about Turkey with the foreign language students and academicians and also to represent the internal thoughts and discussions about Turkey s relationship with the world outside. 3 With the understanding of history from below Istanbul Bilgi University Press releases important series such as Ottoman Studies, History, Migration Studies, NGO Studies, Economy, History of Thought, Political Science, and Art Aesthetic. Each series has original works that contribute the literature and from both Turkish and foreign scholars.

4 Contents 4 Introduction PART ONE Turkey s Transformations: New Classes and Identities, New Actors and Networks PART TWO The Western Alliance and Turkey s Southeast European Neighbourhood PART THREE The Eastern Neighbourhood Epilogue Thıs ıs a publıcatıon of South East European Studıes at Oxford (SEESOX), St Antony s College, Unıversıty of Oxford. The publıcatıon project has been dırected by Dr Kerem Öktem, coordınator of studıes of modern Turkey. May 2012, 309 pp, ISBN: , English

5 NEW ANOTHER EMPIRE A Decade of Turkey s Foreıgn Polıcy Under the Justıce and Development Party Edited by KEREM ÖKTEM - AYŞE KADIOĞLU - MEHMET KARLI At this conjuncture, despite all lip-service to Turkey being the leader of a Single economic region from Albania to Kuwait and from Bahrain to Morocco, and despite the country s relative economic success vis-à-vis the European crisis, it seems that Turkey s foreign policy actors will have to settle for a pivotal state position rather than achieving the much more desired role of a strategic medium power. Baskın Oran, Professor Emeritus of International Relations at Ankara University s Faculty of Political Science Today, Turkey is struggling to be many things at once, from regional hegemon, order setter and middle power to trading state and model democracy, in the Middle East and North Africa, in Southeast Europe, in the Caucasus, in Central Asia and beyond. It does so with varying success, as its ties with the European Union are becoming increasingly tenuous and Turkey s international role is reshaped by creeping re-atlanticisation as well as growing unilateralism. The policies of empire, the debate on Turkey s orientation, as well as its convincingness as a model of democracy while it experiences a rather familiar authoritarian relapse domestically remain at the heart of the paradox of Turkey s foreign policy and its role in the world. From now on, Bearded Celal s ship will enter uncharted waters, which might or might not carry Turkey further away from its known partners and allies, and bring her to new shores. Ayşe Kadıoğlu, Professor of Political Science at Sabancı University and Kerem Öktem, Fellow at the European Studies Centre, University of Oxford 5 So have you decided on your destination, great captain? South! She frowns. The gale that swept the southern shores has torn other vessels apart... East! She laughs. You say east to make me believe west when I know perfectly well that you are going east. Do I dare say, great captain, your compass has many needles! Kalypso Nicolaïdis, Professor of International Relations and director of the Center for International Studies at the University of Oxford BASKIN ORAN KEREM ÖKTEM AYŞE KADIOĞLU E. FUAT KEYMAN NORA FISHER ONAR MEHMET KARLI JOSHUA W. WALKER NİLGÜN ARISAN ERALP ATİLA ERALP OTHON ANASTASAKİS DIMITAR BECHEW REEM ABOU-EL- FADL KARABEKİR AKKOYUNLU AYBARS GÖRGÜLÜ KALYPSO A. NİCOLAÏDİS

6 Contents 6 INTRODUCTION Ottoman Subjects as Political Actors: Historiographical Representations PART ONE Petıtıonıng Practıces PART TWO Contentıous Protest and Revolt PART THREE Factıonalısm and Vıolence PART FOUR Polıtıcal Partıcıpatıon of the Elıtes PART FIVE Resıstıng The State, Defendıng the Empıre November 2011, 364 pp, ISBN: , English

7 NEW POPULAR PROTEST AND POLITICAL PARTIPICATION IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE Studıes ın Honor of SURAIYA FAROQHI Edited by ELENI GARA - M. ERDEM KABADAYI - CHRISTOPH K. NEUMANN This volume explores the forms, nature, and function of popular protest and political participation in the Ottoman Empire. Taking as a starting point the seminal work of the leading historian Suraiya Faroqhi, to whom the volume is dedicated, the contributions investigate major aspects of popular and elite involvement in Ottoman political life from the early seventeenth century to World War I. The studies deal with a wide range of topics, such as the political and judicial functions of petitions, contentious protest and revolt, factionalism, violence and crime, provincial political households, elections to city councils, commercial propaganda, and resistance to state imperatives. The contributors challenge received wisdom and show the importance of the Ottoman subjects participation in decision making and political processes despite the restraints imposed by the imperial ideological order. Understanding how popular protest worked and how common people participated in political life enables a better grasp of the social dynamics of the Ottoman Empire and opens up new perspectives which transcend established dichotomies. ELENI GARA CHRISTOPH K. NEUMANN M. ERDAM KABADAYI EYAL GINIO MÉROPI ANASTASSIADOU-DUMONT EUNJEONG YI ANTONIS ANASTASOPOULOS JANE HATHAWAY BRUCE MASTERS LINDA T. DARLING HATHALIE CLAYER VIRGINIA H. AKSAN YAVUZ KÖSE DONALD QUATAERT CHRISTOPH HERZOG 7

8 Contents 8 Industrial architecture and nation-building in Turkey: A historical overview Agro-industrial projects and socio-economic development The adaptive reuse of industrial facilities Contexts and future visions Impressions: A photo essay on industrial architecture in Turkey March 2011, 352 pp, ISBN: , English

9 NEW WORKPLACES: THE TRANSFORMATION OF PLACES OF PRODUCTION Industrıalızatıon and the Buılt Envıronment ın the Islamıc World Edited by MOHAMMAD AL-ASAD Even though the industrial landscapes that have emerged in the Islamic world since the 19th century have had a consideration effect on the evolution of its built enviroment, the attention provided to their documentation and analysis remains both limited and fragmentary. This book (as well as the symposium from which it has emerged) aims at providing a point of departure and frame of reference for developing new activities and explorations that may rigorously and comprehensively examine industrial architecture in the Islamic world. This book emphasizes both the textual and the visual. Most of its chapters are generously illustrated. It also features the extensive photographic essay Impressions by Turkish photographer Cemal Emden, which provides a visual overview and examination of contemporary industrial architecture in Turkey. In addition, the book includes a DVD of the film My Workplace, which presents the industrial work of a number of contemporary Turkish architects through their own words. Workplaces: The Transformation of Places of Production is published in cooperation with Aga Khan Award for Architecture. 9

10 Contents 10 Introduction The Conflictual Agendas of Neo-liberal Reconstruction and the Rise of Islamic Politics in Turkey: The Hazards of Rewriting Modernity Durkheim, Labriola, Tilly, Mardin: A Search for a New Political Anthropology Antinomies of the Mediterranean in Modern Theory Clientelism and Patronage in Turkish Politics and Society The West Within and the West Without: The Elite Lore of the Late Ottoman Elite Maps in our Mind: Chinese Coins, the Asian Muslim Network, the Japanese and the Transnational Recasting Contemporaneity - A Hypothesis in Rereading the New Politics of Localism: The New Assabiyah of the Town - Thomas Hardy Revisited Şerif Mardin and the Turkish Reception June 2011, 182 pp, ISBN: , English

11 NEW THE POST-MODERN ABYSS AND THE NEW POLITICS OF ISLAM: ASSABIYAH REVISITED Essays ın Honor of ŞERIF MARDIN Edited by FARUK BİRTEK - BİNNAZ TOPRAK This collection of essays is an attempt to understand both the historical mind-set of Muslims confronted by modernity and the more contemporary articulation of the Muslim agenda concerning post-modernity. It takes mostly the Ottoman/Turkish experience into consideration, but, in doing so, it also serves the larger aim of providing a new paradigmatic shift and a new methodology to explain what is happening in the world of Muslim societies, which are rapidly integrating with global networks. Here, we are taking Turkey as an example to discuss the rise of Islamic persuasion of more recent times. The Turkish case is neither the Taliban s Afghanistan, nor is it Pakistan or Yemen. The Turkish case represents what is today new in the Islamic world, more so than the above-mentioned examples. What is remarkable in the Turkish case is that the rise of Islamic practice has come on the heels of a century of secularization which only accelerated in the later half of those hundred years. 11

12 Contents 12 The Cultural Management of Local Administration at the Local Level Cultural Policy in Istanbul The Cultural Economy and Cultural Infrastructure of Turkey Finance of Culture Cultural Institutions and the Main Players Support for Creativity and Participation July 2011, 272 pp, ISBN: , English

13 NEW CULTURAL ECONOMY COMPENDIUM ISTANBUL 2010 ASU AKSOY - ZEYNEP ENLİL Istanbul 2010 Cultural Economy Compendium, is a comprehensive research project including data compilation, evaluation and analysis formulated to shed light on the steps to be taken in order to develop the city s cultural economy as one of the major axes of growth for Istanbul in the twenty-first century. Istanbul s future is envisioned as a capital of finance, services, congress, tourism and culture by both the local as well as central governments. This megacity is rapidly being stripped of its industrial character, and its economic foundations are expected to shift towards new areas where the creative services and creative labor are the inputs. The cultural services and cultural industries which are nourished by cultural and trigger cretaive capacity, are the cornerstones of this new economy. The study aims to collect, collate, evaluate and organize information and data on the capacity of Istanbul s cultural and creative domains, its stakeholders, production, consumption, labor force, investment profile and trade volume. At the same time, Compendium intends to provide the necessary data for guiding the development of cultural policy strategies for the city as well. Thus, in line with approach developed by UNCTAD in their analysis of the creative economy, this report argues for and makes the first attempt at an analysis of how cultural and creative activities contribute to economic, social and cultural life, and at the city level, to citizenship participation, empowerment and enrichement. 13

14 Contents Science and Uncertainty Facing with Uncertainty Searches for Solution: Bologna and European Higher Education Area 14 October 2009, 182 pp, ISBN: , English

15 SCIENCE UNCERTAINTY BOLOGNA MAY CONFERENCES The introduction of the Bologna Process in 1999 no doubt testifies to these concerns, and it invites take to serious steps towards accountability, learning outcomes, quality frameworks and lifelong learning goals across the European continent. Bologna Process also brings the Learning and Teaching in higher education into the limelight, such as: Concerns for what educational goals are, what to teach (skills, values, knowledge), and how to teach. Educators are facing these dilemmas and have to make their choices and decisions about what is essential to teach at the university level, how to teach, how much responsibility should be placed on university instructors and students in this process. This booklet summarizes the proceedings of the first Istanbul Bilgi University s May Conferences. The theme for this first conference was Science; Uncertainty; Bologna. ÁGUEDO BENITO SIR DRUMMOND BONE MÜRÜDE ÇELİKAĞ ÜNAL ERTAN İŞTAR GÖZAYDIN İ. HAKAN GÜRVİT HALİL GÜVEN FERDA KESKİN SÜHA OĞUZERTEM KAAN H. ÖKTEN JUAN SALCEDO BÜLENT SOMAY CHRIS STEPHENSON BURHAN ŞENATALAR İLHAN TEKELİ AYDIN UĞUR DEFNE ÜÇER 15

16 Contents 16 Civil Society Dialogue in Action: A Review of Civil Society Workshop Series Lessons Learned? EU Condtionality and Its Uses in Central and Eastern Europe and Turkey Interdependence, Rivalry and Cooperation: Nabucco Project and the Politics of Energy Security of Natural Gas in the Wider Eurasian Region Turkey Between Russia and the European Union: The Foreign Policy Challenges of an Emerging Regional Power Turkish Elites and Public Opinion s Attitudes Towards the European Union within the Framework of Turkey s Full Membership Process to the European Union November 2009, 130 pp, ISBN: , English

17 CIVIL SOCIETY DIALOGUE BETWEEN FRANCE AND TURKEY Transcendıngs Stereotypes SENEM AYDIN DÜZGİT - AYHAN KAYA Turkey s EU trajectory has for long been situated among the core of national and international concerns within the European academic circles and beyond. One of the fundamental issues surrounding the issue concerns the lack of rational debates in Europe on Turkish accession to the EU. The project entitled INTERACT: Empowering Civil Society Dialogue between Turkey and France, funded by the Civil society Dialogue Programme of the European Commission, and administrated by Istanbul Bilgi University, Sciences Po-Parisand Institut Français d Etudes Anatoliennes (IFEA), aimed to tackle this issue within the scope of the relations between Turkey and France. Its main goal was to eradicate prejudice and promote socialisation between France and Turkey through academic cooperation and thus the fostering of a rational debate on Turkey s accession to the EU. This book brings together a collection of the selected academic and policy-relevant outputs from the project activities that were geared towards this end. 17

18 Contents 18 Regionalization in Turkey, France, Poland and EU The French Regions and the European Union: Between Change and Resilience Transborder Cooperation in Turkey Case Studies: Katowice, Valenciennes and Karabük Katowice: The Invention of a Metropolis in Upper Silesia? Valenciennes: The Story of a Re-Industrialised City Karabük, A Company Town in a Deep Restructuring Process: Which Kind of Collective Action? November 2009, 187 pp, ISBN: , English

19 REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE EUROPEAN UNION A Comperatıve Analysis of Karabük, Vaılencıennes and Katowıce Edited by FRANÇOIS BAFOIL - AYHAN KAYA This book is outcome of an interdisciplinary and comparative research project aiming at the analysis of different forms of regional development within the context of the EU in three selected regions of a founding member state (France), a recent member state (Poland) and a negotiating candidate country (Turkey). The research was funded by the European Union within the framework of a large scale project run by Istanbul Bilgi University, Sciences Po-Paris, and the Institut Français d Etudes Anatoliennes (IFEA). This work intends to highlight the capacities of some European states to manage economic, social and political complexity embedded in the industrial and regional areas facing difficulties and crisis. Drawing lessons from Valenciennes and Katowice, which have been successful in complying with the requirements of new global economy and multilevel governance within the European Union, this research book tends to propose some suggestions for Karabük. 19

20 Contents 20 Some Notes About the Exhibition and the Catalogue, and Plenty of Thanks Without Following The Beaten Path Yüksel Arslan: Creator of Artures Yüksel Arslan: The Man with Two Stones Pre-Arture Period Arture Period The Capital An Attempt at Updating The Capital Influences Autoartures The Human I Man II Man III New Influences I New Influences II February 2010, 606 pp, ISBN: , English / Turkish

21 A RETROSPECTIVE OF YÜKSEL ARSLAN LEVENT YILMAZ The Turkish-English catalogue of the first retrospective exhibiton of -an exceptional 20th century artist- Yüksel Arslan is ready for the artlovers. The exhibiton is realized with the main sponsorship of Garanti Bankası at santralistanbul between the dates of 13th September st March The exhibition contains more than 500 works of the collections from in and out of Turkey, informative texts, photograps and recordings of the elements which shaped the imaginational world of Arslan s. The exhibiton which is curated by Levent Yılmaz has been exhibited for 7 months in santralistanbul. The catalogue also includes the whole exhibited works of Arslan and their stories. 21

22 Contents 22 Introduction: The Fantastic and the Mimetic Part I: Journey Through Dystopia Utopian Alternative Wells Counter Wells, Shape of Things to Follow Huxley s last Men Where Satire Meets Nightmare Brave New Novel? Part II: Towards an Open Ended Utopia The Generic Roots of New Utopian Science Fiction The Utopian Narratives of the 1960 s and 1970 s From Ambiguity to Self-Reflexivity: Revolutionizing Fantasy Space March 2010, 229 pp, ISBN: , English

23 THE VIEW FROM THE MASTHEAD Journey Through Dystopıa Towards an Open-Ended Utopıa BÜLENT SOMAY Bülent Somay takes Utopia as a theme (as well as a specific genre) occurring throughout history under a variety of literary forms and different contents. According to him, Utopia can not be limited to literature. Utopian fiction is not merely philosophical speculation, nor is it actual history. It carries the intentions of the former in most cases, but it goes deeper than that: utopian fiction lies at the midpoint of a triangle whose corners are philosophy, politics, and literature. Every utopia is a political proposition, philosophical speculation, and literary creation at the same time. In utopian fiction it is not only the persons or the plot that is fictive, it is a whole universe. The reality, as we know it, disappears to make room for an alternative possible universe which stands for the actual negation of the existing order of things. Bülent Somay offers a journey without an end, that is, a journey through dystopia towards an open-ended utopia. He discusses not only well-known examples of the genre but also new utopian science fiction. In that journey, utopia is located in the endless process of selfdeconstruction, or what Trotsky would have called a permanent revolution. Permanence in revolution is the only guarantee against the lure of the ever-unreachable object of desire, the primordinal lack. Since this lack is structural, the desire for wholeness or completion will never be satisfied. The problem is, we never had completion: there never was a Golden Age, except in our imaginations. 23

24 Contents 24 Setting out on the Road by E. Ahmet Tonak Introduction by Korkut Boratav Beyond the Rhetoric of Structural Adjustment State and Market: A Critical Evalution of the Empiricist and Subjectivist Approaches The State and the Bourgeoisie in a Historical Perspective The Politics of Economics: Making Sense of teh Structural Adjustment in the 1980s. January 2010, 446 pp, ISBN: , English

25 TRANSITION TO NEOLIBERALISM The Case of Turkey ın the 1980s GALİP L. YALMAN State and market have come to symbolise not only alternative strategies of capitalist development, but also rival premises upon which dominant classes in different capitalist countries have attempted to build hegemonic strategies so as to maintain various forms of the state and/or regimes. There is also a great deal of confusion about the nature of state-market relations, stemming from the fact that they are usually conceived as separately existing, if not always antagonistic, entities. Hence, there are diametrically opposite modes of explanations which purport to account for the same historically specific phenomena. After a critical review of empiricist and subjectivist approaches which have provided the theoretical underpinnings of neoliberal hegemony since the 1980s, this book reiterates the indispensability of class analysis for a better understanding of the state and/or the market, and their interrelationship by adopting a critical political economy approach. Thus, the analysis of the relationship between state and bourgeoisie in Turkey is based upon a periodisation specific to the horizons of action for the agents concerned since the foundation of the republic until the end of the 1980s. Accordingly, it identifies the Turkish bourgeoisie as a significant determinant of the economic policymaking process having achieved its class unity in defining its interests at critical turning points. Yalman s critique of the conventional treatment of state / market and state / society dualities is based on the absence of a third, but strategic concept, i.e. class... The insertion of class into the conceptual framework radically changes the orientation of the theoretical debate. Korkut Boratav 25

26 Contents 26 Introduction: Contextualizing The Information Revolution in an Age of Globalization Mapping the Terrain: Towards a European Information Society Politics of Change: Telecommunications in Turkey Information Society Policies of Turkey Within the Context of the EU Has Europe Found its Communication Policy Paradigm? November 2009, 198 pp, ISBN: , English

27 CONNECTING EUROPE Informatıon Socıety the EU and Turkey MİYASE CHRISTENSEN During the 1990s, in parallel with new media-related initiatives in the US and the Asia- Pacific region, the EU launched its own information society policies in an effort to become, the most competitive knowledge-based economy in the world by In addition to full members, the task of achieving a European Information Society for all was also expected of candidate countries, including Turkey. In Connecting Europe: Information Society in the EU and Turkey, taking the policy arena as a discursive space, Dr. Miyase Christensen explores the evolution of information society policies in the EU and Turkey. Globalization processes from the 1990s on are explored from the standpoint of contemporary media and communications theory and political economy. Conceptualizing the global and regional shifts in the context of social change and taking commodification and spatialization as entry points, the book presents a detailed account of some of the crucial developments to date (on both on the EU and Turkish sides) based upon in-depth interviews with key stakeholders. The factors that shape the political economy of the telecommunications and ICT sectors in both the EU and Turkey are increasingly complex, engendering new spaces of politics, economy and citizenship. 27

28 Contents 28 Introduction Cultural Policies in Europe: Debates and Dilemmas The Instututionalization of High Art as a Public Service in the Republican Era For a New Cultural Policy The Political Economy of Cultural Policies Cultural Heritage Reconsidered in the Light of Recent Cultural Policies Museum Establishments and Cultural Policy in Turkey The Atatürk Cultural Centre and AKP s Mind Shift Policy Why Cultural Policies? Cultural Capacities for Transformation Cultural Policies and Local Public Administration November 2009, 280 pp, ISBN: , English

29 INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL POLICY IN TURKEY Edited by SERHAN ADA - H. AYÇA İNCE Cultural policy is governed by a society s principles, priorities and programmes in the social, economic, cultural and artistic arena. While the term policy does not carry exactly the same meaning as the word politics used in the political arena, they are somehow related. Cultural policy and the research and discussions carried out in this field have a fairly recent history in Turkey, although it has been on the European agenda for quite some time. Almost a decade ago, the artistic and cultural scene in Turkey was the first to open a discussion on cultural policy. Subsequently the issue found its place in academic discussion as well on the agenda of official institutions and the respective ministry. This study entitled Introduction to Cultural Policy in Turkey consists of the writings of academics and experts. The aim of the book is twofold: firstly, to provide an introduction to the status quo of the production of cultural policies in Turkey and their implementation, and, secondly, to define and analyze the components of the field in order to engage in a discussion from a critical point of view. We hope that this study will pave the way for a more profound and complex research into cultural diversity, cultural rights and cultural democracy and that it will provide a new environment for stimulating discussion. FÜSUN ÜSTEL MURAT KATOĞLU SERHAN ADA AYLİN SEÇKİN GÜL PULHAN DENİZ ÜNSAL ASU AKSOY OSMAN KAVALA PHILIPP DIETACHMAIR AYÇA İNCE 29

30 Contents 30 City of Firsts and Exceptions: London London: The Early Metropolis 1951 Festival of Britain: A Historical Milestone in British Modernism and the Making of the South Bank From Dream to Nightmare? From Docks to Docklands- Structural Transformation and Conversion of the London Docklands Photographs October 2009, 160 pp, ISBN: , English / Turkish

31 LONDRA/LONDON Metropol ve Mimarlık / Metropolıs and Archıtecture Edited by İHSAN BİLGİN The course World Cities is one of the compulsory courses of the graduate program in ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN at BILGI UNIVERSITY; it was included in the program with the aim, on the one hand, of deepening experience and knowledge in modern architectural culture, and, on the other hand, of rainforcing knowledge in the major subjects of study, to wit, history of architecture and the modern city, by focusing on one of the cities that occupies the agenda in the world. The course is conducted throughout the academic year via seminars on a specific city and its architecture selected each year, and is concluded with a research and discovery excursion at the end of the academic year. Research and discovery excursions carried out at the and of the academic year are sponsored by VitrA. Academicians and architects who constitute the educational staff of the program and our graduate students are present and conduct their programs in the selected city as guests of VitrA. The materials in this book and the exhibition it accompanies were collected during the academic year and the excursion made to London in July

32 Contents: 32 Foreword Electoral Atlas of Turkey Elections 1954 Elections 1957 Elections 1961 Elections 1965 Elections 1969 Elections 1973 Elections 1977 Elections 1983 Elections 1987 Elections 1991 Elections 1995 Elections 1999 Elections 2002 Elections 2007 Elections 2009 Elections Conclusion Parties Names June 2009, 128 pp, ISBN: , English / Turkish

33 ELECTORAL ATLAS OF TURKEY Contınuıtıes and Changes ın Turkey s Polıtıcs MURAT GÜVENÇ HASAN KİRMANOĞLU As the democratical development of Turkey has been discussed for many years Electoral Atlas of Turkey presents the real meaning of the elections made between With nearly 60 years overlook through the elections, this work dissociates from other works of election with its different type of method. It both gives the chance to read the results and brings a clearness to the comments for the results. Voting is analysed with the concept of space and this is handled as a triangulation point in the book. As a resource book Electoral Atlas of Turkey refers to the idea that voting has a socio-spatial character and through this one can follow the continuity of polling for the parties in different cities. With the foreword of İlhan Tekeli, the electoral atlas is an affluent source for everyone who makes a comprehensive study on the elections of Turkey between Far from being a volume to be browsed and quickly consumed, this Atlas offers an ongoing interactive process of learning. Turning each page, the reader is likely to discover a new relation with a new spatial pattern. When I perused the Atlas for the first time, I saw that while in early elections, the few existing political parties were closely positioned in the biplot/correspondence maps, their positions got differentiated in later elections, as the number of parties increased. This was an exciting observation: it reminded me of the extent to which Hotelling s theory applies to the way parties chose to position themselves politically in Turkey. Prof. Dr. İlhan Tekeli, METU 33

34 Contents: 34 Disintegrating Narratives and Nostalgia in Post-Yugoslav Postmodern Fiction Essentialism The Image of the Turk in Hungarian Historical Novels Hoax Literature and Phony History The Enemy Within: Aka Gunduz s The Star of Dikmen As an Example of Turkish National Romances Epic Masculinity Among the Serbs: Mourning the Nation in the Post-Oriental Condition The Image of the Ottoman Empire in Macedonian Literature The New Balkan Other Canons and Canon Formation The Formation of the Modern Literary Canon and Its Relation to Institutions A Canon Without Messianic Myth: Narrating How Bulgaria Fell Under Ottoman Rule From an Empty Pumpkin to a Leaf in the Wreath of Immortality: The Canonization of Grigor Pirliãev The Turkish Thesaurus and the Emergence of Style: The Bulgarian Case Linguistic Canon and Literary Canon: Mimicries and Alibis Anthologies as an Export Canon Literary Canons and Promising Challenges: Greek and Turkish Novels Is There a Place for Women s Writing in the Serbian Literary Canon? Facing the Canonical Challenge: The Making of Romanian Literary History We Ought to Know Who We Are : Post-Ottoman Identities: The Feud of (Hi)Story Telling Bulgarian Literary Textbooks and the Image of Self, Others, and Modernity Discourses and Traditions It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times : Limits of Greek and Turkish Co-Existence in Dido Soteriou s Farewell Anatolia and Stratis Doukas A Prisoner of War s Story Tradition via Appropriation: Sinjka Alka and the Tradition of Resistance with the Symbols of the Enemy Notes Toward a Canon of the Statue in Turkey Constantinople-Istanbul-Tzargrad in Russian Cultural Imaginary and the Imperial-Colonial Differential in Modernity Historiography and Geography Reforms and Rhetoric: Bulgarian Images of the Tanzimat Reforms Bad Blood, Beauty, and Violence The Picturesque Image of the Turk in Romanian Culture From Allegory to Parable: Inscriptions of Anatolia in the Turkish Novel August 2009, 446 pp, ISBN:

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