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Archaeology as a Source of National Pride in the Early Years of the Turkish Republic
Abstract This paper investigates the change of discourse related to the inculcation of national pride through archaeology in the first 15 years of the Turkish Republic. In the late 1920s and early
Religion and discrimination in the workplace in Turkey
Discrimination based on grounds such as gender or disability has been widely studied in recent research, but the issue of discrimination on grounds of religion or belief has proven to be far less
The Byzantine Mosque at Trilye: A Processual Analysis of Dominance, Sharing, Transformation and Tolerance
This paper analyses the history and current utilization of an edifice in Northwestern Anatolia that was constructed in the eighth century as a Byzantine church, converted into a mosque in the
Going native through archaeology: The impact of british explorers and archaeologists in the Ottoman Empire in the 19th century
En el siglo XIX se llevaron a cabo en el Imperio Otomano numerosas expediciones arqueologicas a cargo de investigadores britanicos. La practica de la arqueologia de campo ofrecia una experiencia