Archaeology, Anthropology and Heritage in the Balkans and Anatolia: The life and times of F.W. Hasluck 1878-1920 Volume 3

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ISBN / ISSN: 9789754284843
Basım yılı ve yeri: 2013 / İstanbul
Dil: İngilizce
Cilt Tipi: Karton kapak
Kondisyon: Yeni
Ürün Boyutları: 160 x 235 mm
Ürün Ağırlığı: 750 gr

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Acknowledgements

Preface

David Shankland, Hasluck Revisited



PART ONE: NATIONALISM AND HERITAGE




  • Kraus Kreiser, The Turkish discovery of Anatolia

  • Gianclaudio Macchiarella, Albania and the FYR of Macedonia: Two recent laws concerning cultural heritage protection in the Balkans

  • Eisuke Tanaka, Turks and Trojans: Turkish approaches to the Anatolian past

  • Debbie Challis, Charles Newton: The keeper, the British Museum and the Ottoman Empire



PART TWO: HETERODOX CURRENTS




  • John Norton, Tracking Turkish tribes

  • Rıza Yıldırım, Investing the socio-cultural background of the Kızılbaş ‘heresy’ in the Ottoman Empire: the case of Seyyid Rüstem Gazi

  • Hande Birkalan-Gedik, Reconsidering gender and genre: female aşıks, tradition and tactics

  • Caroline Tee, Seyfili Dede — the life history of an Alevi dede-aşık

  • Zeynep Yürekli, Two shrines joined in one network: Seyyid Gazi and Hacı Bektaş

  • Esra Danacıoğlu Tamur and Amed Gökçen, Fieldwork among the Ezidis/Yezidis of Viranşehir



PART THREE: RELIGION AND RITUAL




  • Robert Langer, The transfer of the Alevi cem ritual from Anatolia to Istanbul and beyond

  • Afrodite Kamara, Religious extremism in Anatolia and Syria: A comparative study of ecstatic and destructive behaviour 14. Glenn Bowman, Hasluck Redux: contemporary sharing of shrines in Macedonia

  • Tijana Krstic, The ambiguous politics of ‘ambiguous santuaries’; F. Hasluck and historiography on syncretism and conversion to Islam in 15th and 16th century Ottoman Rumeli

  • Edith Wolper, Khidr and the language of conversion: creating landscapes of discontinuity



PART FOUR: MATERIAL CULTURE




  • Ömür Bakırer, Two essays on the Divriği great mosque and hospital

  • Ali Uzay Peker, Imprisoned pearls: the long-forgotten symbolism of the Great Mosque and D®r al-shif®’ at Divriği



PART FIVE: HISTORY AND CHANGE




  • Colin Heywood, Standing of Hasluck’s shoulders: Another look at Francesco Lupazzolo and his Aegean Isolario (1638) 20. David Barchard, The clash of religions in nineteenth century Crete

  • Harry Norris, Bucharest (Bucureşti), ‘Bektashi Pages’ and Kosovo (Kosova); Three neglected corners of changing Albanian culture language and identity during the days of travel and discovery of the Haslucks in the Balkan

  • Keith Hopwood, Cyzicus


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