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İçindekiler

1. Cilt - İlk Çağ

VOLUME I: EARLY AGES

PART 1. GENERAL REMARKS ABOUT THE TURKISH HISTORY


Studies on Turkish History

Prof. Dr. Yusuf Halaçoğlu [s.29-33]

 


The Genealogy of the Turks

Prof. Dr. Salim Koca [s.34-39]

 


Early Times of the Turks

Prof. Dr. Tuncer Baykara [s.40-62]

 


Geographical Terminology in Medieval Central Asia: Ma wara’al-nahr, Turkestan and Turan

Asst. Prof. Dr. Scott Levi [s.63-67]

 


Inner Eurasia and the Histories of Turkish Speaking Peoples

Assoc.Prof. Dr. David Christian [s.68-73]

 


The Migration and Expansion of the Turks

Prof. Dr. Salim Koca [s.74-86]

 

PART 2. THE ANCIENT CULTURES OF CENTRAL ASIA

The Ancient Cultures of Central Asia and the Relations with the Chinese Civilizations

Prof. Dr. Özkan İzgi [s.89-102]

 

A- The Ancient Cultures of Central Asia


The Earliest Prehistory of Central Asia: Lower, Middle and Upper Paleolithic

Prof. Dr. Leonid B. Vishnyatsky [s.103-108]

 


The Nomads of Saian-Altai (IX-VII. Centuries B.C.)

Prof. Dr. Leonid Marsadalov [s.109-114]

 

B- The Relations with the Chinese Civilizations
Monographs about Turkish and Related Tribes in Chinese Dynastic Histories

Dr. Sema Orsoy [s.115-131]

 


New Data Regarding the Physical Anthropology of the Kazakhs from Xinjiang with Correlations to Hungarian Populations

Dr. Gyula Henkey – Izabella Horvath [s.132-135]

 


New Archaelogical Discoveries in the Tian Shan Region of Xinjiang: A Search for Early Turkish Remains

Dr. Sergei V. Alkin [s.136-144]

 

PART 3. OLD NOMADS OF THE STEPPE: SCYTHIAN AGE IN EURASIA


Scythians

Prof. Dr. Abdulhaluk M. Çay – Assoc.Prof. Dr. İlhami Durmuş [s.147-166]

 


The Earliest Turks in the Middle East: Cimmerians and Scythians

Prof. Dr. M. Taner Tarhan [s.167-178]

 


Ancient Sources on Massagettes

Dr. Abdülhalık Aytbaev [s.179-183]

 


Sarmatians

Assoc.Prof. Dr. İlhami Durmuş [s.184-194]

 

PART 4. HUNS (XIONGNU)

A- Asian Huns (Xiongnu)


The Great Hun (Xiongnu) State

Prof. Dr. Salim Koca [s.197-216]

 


The Origin and Rise of the Xiongnu Empire

Asst. Prof. Dr. Nicola Di Cosmo [s.217-227]

 

Xiongnu Archaeological Relics West of Yenisei

Dr. Miklós Érdy [s.228-235]

 


The Division and Destruction of the Xiongnu Confederacy in the First and Second Centuries C.E.

Prof. Dr. R. Rafe C. de Crespigny [s.236-243]

 


Wu-Suns

Prof. Dr. Sergei A. Yatsenko [s.244-249]

 

B- Kushans, Akhuns and Hephthalites


Origin of the Kushans

Asst. Prof. Dr. Mehmet Tezcan [s.250-270]

 


The Kushan State and Its Ideology

Prof. Dr. Awadh K. Narain [s.271-276]

 


Turks in Ma wara’al-nahr and Khorasan during the Chionite/Hyon and Hephthalite Era

Prof. Dr. Dursun Ali Akbulut [s.277-289]

 

C- European Huns


European Huns

Prof. Dr. Şerif Baştav [s.290-305]

 


Three Archaeological Links between the Xiongnu and the Huns

Dr. Miklós Érdy [s.306-317]

 

PART 5. GÖKTÜRKS

A- The Göktürk Khaganate


Göktürks

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Taşağıl [s.321-347]

 


Some Components of the Civilization of the Turks (6th to 8th Century A.D.)

Prof. Dr. Denis Sinor [s.348-356]

 


Turkic Khaganate in Middle Asia (VI-VIII Centuries A.D.)

Dr. Larissa S. Baratova [s.357-363]

 


Western Turk Rule of Turkestan’s Oases in the Sixth through Eighth Centuries

Prof. Dr. Jonathan Karam Skaff [s.364-372]

 

B- The Neighbours of the Göktürks: The Sogdians
Introduction to the History of Sogdiana

Dr. Matteo Compareti [s.373-381]

 


Turks and Sogdians

Prof. Dr. Boris I. Marshak [s.382-389]

 

PART 6. THE UYGURS


The History and the Cultures of the Uygur States

Prof. Dr. Gülçin Çandarlıoğlu [s.393-413]

 

Uygurs

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Taşağıl [s.414-422]

 


The Uighur Empire (744-840)

Dr. Ablet Kamalov [s.423-430]

 


Uygurs under the Mongol Rule

Prof. Dr. Michael C. Brose [s.431-438]

 

PART 7. OGUZ, KYRGYZ, TURGISH, KARLUKS TATARS AND OTHER CENTRAL ASIAN TURKISH TRIBES


Turkish Tribes in Central Asia in the Pre-Islamic Period

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Taşağıl [s.441-462]

 


Oguz-Turkomans

Gazi Univeristy, Facult of Arts and Sciences/ Turkiye Asst. Prof. Dr. Tufan Gündüz [s.463-475]

 


The Seals of Turkish Clans Old Kirgiz-Oghuz Ethnic Connections

Prof. Dr. Oljobay Karataev [s.476-479]

 


The Yenisei Kyrgyz from Early Times to the Mongol Conquest

Prof. Dr. Michael R. Drompp [s.480-488]

 

PART 8. KHAZARS


The Khazar Empire

Asst. Prof. Dr. Muallâ Uydu Yücel [s.491-508]

 


Khazar-Byzantine Relations

Kevin Alan Brook [s.509-515]

 


On the Origin of the Khazar Diarchy and the Circumstances of Khazaria’s Conversion to Judaism

Prof. Dr. Constantine Zuckerman [s.516-523]

 


Khazars, Pechenegs and Hungarians in the Ninth Century

Dr. Bálint Zoltan Takács [s.524-532]

 

PART 9. TURKS IN EAST EUROPE


The Turko-Slavic Symbosis Turkic Nomads of Southeastern Europe

Prof. Dr. Omeljan Pritsak [s.535-547]

 

A- Turko-Slavic Relations


Historical Contacts between Alanic and Turkic Peoples in the West Eurasian Steppes

Dr. Agusti Alemany [s.548-552]

 


Ogur Connection in the Croatian and Serbian Migrations

Osman Karatay [s.553-561]

 

B- Bulgars


The Turks, Slavs and the Origin of the Bulgarians

Prof. Dr. Plamen S. Tzvetkov [s.562-568]

 


Bulgars and Ogurs

Prof. Dr. István Zimonyi [s.569-578]

 


The Danube Bulgar State (679-1018)

Ayşe Kayapınar [s.579-589]

 

C- Avars


The Avars: An Overwiev of Their Ethnogenesis and History

Prof. Dr. Emil Heršak [s.590-606]

 


Avar Settlements: A Challenge to Archaeological Research

Dr. Raimar W. Kory [s.607-616]

 

D- Pechenegs


Relics of the Pecheneg Language in the Works of Constantine

Dr. Gábor Vörös [s.617-631]

 

Pechenegs in the Balkans

Asst. Prof. Dr. Muallâ Uydu Yücel [s.632-642]

 

E- Kimeks-Kipchaks/Kumans


Kipchaks and Kumans

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Ahmet Gökbel [s.643-659]

 


Notes on the Qipchaq Tribes: Kimeks and Yemeks

Prof. Dr. Peter B. Golden [s.660-670]

 

Kimeks

Prof. Dr. Bolat Kumekov [s.671-679]

 


Cumans in Bulgarian History (Eleventh-Fourteenth Centuries)

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Valerie Stoyanov [s.680-689]

 

PART 10. STATE, SOCIETY AND ECONOMY AMONG ANCIENT TURKS
A- State

State Tradition and Organization among Ancient Turks

Prof. Dr. Salim Koca [s.693-713]

 

B- Society


Social and Economic Life among Ancient Turks

Prof. Dr. Salim Koca [s.714-731]

 


The New Year and Spring Festivals among the Turks

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Pirverdioğlu [s.732-739]

 


Burial Practices among Early Turks

Dr. Ciro Lo Muzio [s.740-745]

 


Towns and Settled Culture of Kazakhstan in VI-First Half of IX C.

Prof. Dr. Karl Baipakov [s.746-750]

 

C- Economy


The Currency in the Turkish Khanates from the Türgish to the Great Uygur (9th Century)

François Thierry [s.751-762]

 


The Silk Road and Its Importance in the History

Prof. Dr. Boris Ya. Stavisky [s.763-773]

 

PART 11. RELIGION AND SCIENCE AMONG ANCIENT TURKS

A- Religion


The Religion of Ancient Turks

Prof. Dr. Harun Güngör [s.777-797]

 

B- Science


Science among Ancient Turks

Prof. Dr. Esin Kahya [s.798-812]

 

Medicine in the Pre-Islamic Central Asian Turkish World

Prof. Dr. Ali Haydar Bayat [s.813-823]

 

PART 12. LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE AMONG ANCIENT TURKS


Language and Literature among Ancient Turks

Prof. Dr. Sema Barutçu Özönder [s.827-846]

 

A- Language


Classification of Turkish Dialects

Dr. Ufuk Tavkul [s.847-854]

 


Pre-Ottoman Turkic Loans in Hungarian

Dr. Rishat Saifutdinov [s.855-860]

 


Language Problem of Avars and Two Words

Dr. Szatmari Sandor [s.861-868]

 


Alphabet and Identity of Turks

Hatice Şirin [s.869-880]

 


The Orkhun Inscriptions

Asst. Prof. Dr. Cengiz Alyılmaz [s.881-887]

 

B- Literature


New Reflections on the Epic of Oguz Kagan

Prof. Dr. Fuzuli Bayat [s.888-895]

 


Uighur Buddhist Literature

Prof. Dr. Geng Shimin [s.896-910]

 


The Book of Dede Korkut and Prehistory of the Turks

Prof. Dr. Süleyman Aliyarlı [s.911-916]

 

PART 13. CULTURE AND ARTS AMONG ANCIENT TURKS


Culture and Arts among Ancient Turks

Prof. Dr. Nejat Diyarbekirli [s.919-945]

 

A- Archaeological Culture and Arts


The Pazyryk Culture in Altai (sixth to fourth centuries B.C.)

Prof. Dr. Leonid Marsadolov [s.946-953]

 


New Turkish Sculptures of Mongolia and Altai

Prof. Dr. Vladimir D. Kubarev [s.954-961]

 


Stone Sculpture and Balbals among the Turks

Prof. Dr. Oktay Belli [s.962-966]

 


The Antiquity and Dynamics of Central Asian Shamanism and Rock Art

Dr. Andrzej Rozwadowski [s.967-973]

 


The Turkish Tradition of Building Kurgans in the Prehistoric and Middle Ages

Prof. Dr. Oktay Belli [s.974-978]

 

B- Culture and Arts

Scythian Culture

Assoc.Prof. Dr. İlhami Durmuş [s.979-988]

 


Kushana Art and Civilizations

Prof. Dr. Ramesh C. Sharma [s.989-994]

 


Art of the Göktürks

Asst. Prof. Dr. Yaşar Çoruhlu [s.995-1003]

 


Art of Ancient Turks

Asst. Prof. Dr. Seyfi Başkan [s.1004-1010]

 


The Robe of Ancient Turks of Central Asia according to Materials of Art

Dr. Gleb V. Kubarev [s.1011-1015]

 

 

2. Cilt - Orta Çağ

VOLUME II: MIDDLE AGES


PART 14. THE TURKS’ ACCEPTANCE OF ISLAM


The Turks’ Acceptance of Islam

Prof. Dr. Abdülkerim Özaydın [s.15-39]

 


Conquest of Central Asia

Prof. Dr. Zekeriya Kitapçı [s.40-47]

 


A Comparison of the 7th Century Arab and 11th Century Turkish Conquest of the Middle East

Ruth A. Miller [s.54-60]

 


The Strength and Budget Expenses of Turkish Guards under the Abbasids in VIII-X Centuries

Dr. Farda Assadov [s.48-53]

 


Islam in the Volga (Itil) Bulgar Khanate

Prof. Dr. Nesimi Yazıcı [s.61-68]

 


PART 15. EARLY MUSLIM TURKISH STATES


A- Karakhanids
Karakhanids

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Paul [s.71-78]

 


Which is the Origin of the Karakhanids, Uighurs or Karluks?

Prof. Dr. Juten Oda [s.79-83]

 


B- Gaznavids
Gaznavids

Prof. Dr. Erdoğan Merçil [s.84-113]

 


C- Khorezmshahs
The Khorezm Shah State

Prof. Dr. Abdülkerim Özaydın [s.114-128]

 


D- Oguz-Turkomans
The Oguz (Turkoman) Tribe Moving from Sir Derya (Ceyhun) Region to Anatolia

Prof. Dr. Salim Koca [s.129-143]

 


PART 16. THE GREAT SELJUK EMPIRE


History of the Great Seljuk Empire

Prof. Dr. Erdoğan Merçil [s.147-170]

 


Political Crisis and Muslim Bureaucrats in the Heyday of the Seljuks: The Genesis of Sultan Malik Shah’s Power

Dr. Lik Arifin Mansurnoor [s.171-184]

 


PART 17. EARLY MUSLIM TURKISH STATES IN EGYPT


A- Tolunids
The Tolunid State

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nadir Özkuyumcu [s.187-196]

 


B- Ikhshids
Ikhshids

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nadir Özkuyumcu [s.197-203]

 


C- Eyyubids
Eyyubids

Prof. Dr. Ramazan Şeşen [s.204-220]

 


D- Mamluks
The Mamluk State (1250-1517)

Prof. Dr. Kazım Yaşar Kopraman [s.221-244]

 


PART 18. POLITICAL ORGANIZATION, SOCIETY AND ECONOMY AMONG THE EARLY MUSLIM TURKISH STATES


A- Political Organization
Political Organization in the Early Muslim Turkish States

Prof. Dr. Salim Koca [s.247-259]

 


From Ülüş (Sharing) System to the Central State: Formation of the Seljukian State Concept

Dr. Osman Özgüdenli [s.260-268]

 


B- Society
Society and Economy among the Early Muslim Turkish States

Prof. Dr. Kemal Çiçek [s.269-280]

 


Woman in Mamluk Society

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Samira Kortantamer [s.281-288]

 


C- Economy
Coins of Turkish States

Prof. Dr. Oğuz Tekin [s.289-297]

 


Bahrî Mamluk-Venetian Commercial Agreements

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Maria Pia Pedani [s.298-305]

 


PART 19. PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE AMONG THE EARLY MUSLIM TURKISH STATES


A- Philosophy
Philosophy among the Early Muslim Turkish States

Prof. Dr. Hanifi Özcan [s.309-327]

 


B- Science
The Turkish Scientific Contributions to the Medieval Islamic World

Prof. Dr. Esin Kahya – Asst. Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Gazi Topdemir [s.328-344]

 


PART 20. LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, CULTURE AND ARTS AMONG THE EARLY MUSLIM TURKISH STATES


A- Language and Literature
Language and Literature in the Early Muslim Turkish States

Prof. Dr. Ahmet B. Ercilasun [s.347-372]

 


B- Culture and Arts
Culture and Arts among the Early Muslim Turkish States

Prof. Dr. Oktay Aslanapa [s.373-393]

 


Influence of Pre-Islamic Period Turkish Art on the Islamic Period

Prof. Haşim Karpuz [s.394-397]

 


PART 21. THE CONQUEST AND TURKIFICATION OF ANATOLIA


The Conquest and Turkification of Anatolia

Prof. Dr. Mustafa Kafalı [s.401-417]

 

The Oguz Turks in Anatolia

Prof. Dr. İlhan Şahin [s.418-430]

 


PART 22. THE ANATOLIAN SELJUK STATE


Anatolian Seljuks

Prof. Dr. Erdoğan Merçil [s.433-457]

 


The Crusades and the Turks

Prof. Dr. Işın Demirkent [s.458-473]

 


PART 23. TURKISH STATES OF EASTERN ANATOLIA AND ANATOLIAN TURKISH BEYLIKS


A- Turkish States of Eastern Anatolia
Turkish States of Eastern Anatolia

Assoc.Prof. Dr. İlhan Erdem [s.477-506]

 


B- Anatolian Turkish Beyliks
Anatolian Turkish Beyliks

Prof. Dr. Salim Koca [s.507-553]

 


PART 24. TURKS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AFTER THE SELJUK ERA:
KARA-KOYUNLUS, AK-KOYUNLUS AND SAFAVIDS


The Turks in the Middle East after the Seljuk Age

Prof. Dr. İsmail Aka [s.557-579]

 


Diplomatic Relations between Safavid Persia and the Republic of Venice: An Overview

Dr. Giorgio Rota [s.580-587]

 


PART 25. POLITICAL ORGANIZATION, SOCIETY AND ECONOMY AMONG THE ANATOLIAN SELJUKS AND BEYLIKS


A- Political Organisation
Political Organization among the Anatolian Seljuks and Beyliks

Prof. Dr. Refik Turan [s.591-609]

 


B- Society and Economy
Society and Economy among the Anatolian Seljuks and Beyliks

Prof. Dr. Tuncer Baykara [s.610-629]

 


PART 26. PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE AMONG THE ANATOLIAN SELJUKS AND BEYLIKS


A- Philosophy
Philosophy in the Seljuk and Beylik Periods

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Yaşar Ocak [s.633-642]

 


Nasreddin Hodja

Dr. Nükhet Tör [s.643-648]

 


B- Science
Science in Seljuk Turks

Prof. Dr. Esin Kahya [s.649-668]

 


PART 27. LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, CULTURE AND ARTS AMONG THE ANATOLIAN SELJUKS AND BEYLIKS


A- Language and Literature
Language and Literature in the Period of Seljuks and Beyliks

Prof. Dr. Mustafa Özkan [s.671-688]

 


B- Cultures and Arts
Culture and Arts in the Period of Seljuks and Beyliks

Prof. Dr. Oktay Aslanapa [s.689-707]

 


Art of Anatolian Seljuks

Prof. Dr. Gönül Öney [s.708-720]

 


Anatolian Seljuk Architecture

Prof. Dr. Ara Altun [s.721-728]

 


From Brick to Stone: Continuity and Change in Anatolian Seljuk Architecture

Prof. Dr. Ömür Bakırer [s.729-736]

 


Notes on Architecture and Patronage in Beylik Anatolia (1300-1450)

Prof. Dr. Howard Crane [s.737-744]

 


The Gravestones of Ahlat

Prof. Dr. Beyhan Karamağralı [s.745-755]

 


Historical Cemetories and Tombstones in the Van Lake Basin

Prof. Dr. Abdüsselâm Uluçam [s.756-764]

 


PART 28. CHINGGIS KHAN, MONGOLS AND THEIR TURKISH SUCCESSORS


A- Mongols


Chinggis Khan and the Mongols

Prof. Dr. İsenbike Togan [s.767-785]

 


Western Views on Strangers from the East Latin Europe and its Contacts with Nomadic People in the Middle Ages

Matthias Heiduk [s.786-794]

 


Western Images of Central Asia (c. 1200-1800)

Dr. Geoff Watson [s.795-804]

 


B- The Chagatay Khanate
The Chagatay Khanate

Prof. Dr. Mustafa Kafalı [s.805-815]

 


PART 29. GOLDEN HORDE AND ITS SUCCEEDING TURKISH KHANATES IN THE KIPCHAK STEPPES


A- Golden Horde Khanate
The Golden Horde

Prof. Dr. Uli Schamiloglu [s.819-834]

 


About the Pecularities of the Early Development of the Ethnic History of the Juchid Ulus

Prof. Dr. Mirkasım A. Usmanov [s.835-840]

 


B- Turkish Khanates in the Kipchak Steppes
Ruling Class Structures of the Kazan Khanate

Dr. Donald Ostrowski [s.841-847]

 


The Khanate of Astrakhan

Dr. Ilia V. Zaitsev [s.848-853]

 


The Khanate of Kasim

Dr. Ilia V. Zaitsev [s.854-859]

 


The Khanate of Sibir

Dr. Ilia V. Zaitsev [s.860-866]

 


The Khanate of Crimea

Asst. Prof. Dr. Yücel Öztürk [s.867-879]

 


PART 30. TIMURIDS AND KHANATES OF TURKESTAN


A- Timurids
Timurids

Prof. Dr. İsmail Aka [s.883-898]

 


B- Khanates of Turkestan
The Khanates of Turkestan

Prof. Dr. Mehmet Alpargu [s.899-922]

 


PART 31. TURKISH STATES IN INDIA AND BABUR EMPIRE


A- Turkish States in India
Turkish States in India

Prof. Dr. Salim Cöhce [s.925-941]

 


B- Babur Empire
Baburids: Timurids in India

Prof. Dr. Enver Konukçu [s.942-959]

 


PART 32. LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, CULTURE AND ARTS AMONG THE TURKISH STATES AND KHANATES IN EURASIA ALONG THE MIDDLE AGES


A- Language and Literature
The Chagatay Language and Literature

Prof. Dr. Mustafa Canpolat [s.963-969]

 


Turkic in Babur Empire

Prof. Dr. Peri Benedek [s.970-976]

 


B- Culture and Arts
Relations between Anatolian and the Middle Asian Cultural Circles throughout History

Prof. Dr. Cemal Kurnaz [s.977-986]

 


Contribution of Timurids to the Middle Asian Architecture

Prof. Dr. Klaus Pander [s.987-1007]

 


Turkish Islamic Architecture and the Art of Painting in India

Prof. Dr. İnci Macun [s.998-1000]

 


Architecture and Arts of the Indian Timurids

Dr. Laura Parodi [s.1008-1015]

 

 

3. Cilt - Osmanlı

VOLUME III: THE OTTOMANS


PART 33. FOUNDATION OF OTTOMAN STATE/OSMAN GHAZI, ORHAN GHAZI, MURAD I, BAYEZID I, MEHMET I AND MURAD II


A- Remarks on Ottoman History
Periods in Ottoman History

Prof. Dr. Halil İnalcık [s.15-21]

 


Understandings of History: Political and Economic Crisis in the Beginning of the New Age

Prof. Dr. Suraiya Faroqhi [s.22-30]

 


Historical Geography of the Ottoman Empire

Prof. Dr. Wolf Hütteroth [s.31-39]

 


The Invisible Ottomans: The Missing Part of Mediterranean History in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Period

Prof. Dr. Kate Fleet [s.40-45]

 


B- Foundation
Foundation of Ottoman State

Prof. Dr. Halil İnalcık [s.46-73]

 


From the Establishment of Ottoman State to the Period of Fetret (Interregnum)

Prof. Dr. Feridun Emecen [s.74-91]

 


C- Ottoman Rule and Policy of Settlement in the Balkans
Ottoman Rule and Policy of Settlement in the Balkans

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Mehmet İnbaşı [s.92-101]

 


The Establishment of Ottoman Rule in Greece (1361-1461)

Dr. Levent Kayapınar [s.102-110]

 


Ottoman Expansion to the North of the Danube: Wallachia and Moldavia (14th-16th Century)

Prof. Dr. Viorel Panaite [s.111-122]

 


D- The Period of Fetret (Interregnum)
The Period of Interregnum (Fetret) and Centralization

Prof. Dr. Necdet Öztürk [s.123-139]

 


PART 34. SULTAN MEHMED I AND THE CONQUEST OF İSTANBUL/BAYEZID II

A- The Conqueror and the Conquest of İstanbul
The Reign of Mehmed I

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Kenan İnan [s.143-170]

 


The Conquest of Constantinople

Prof. Dr. Feridun Emecen [s.171-180]

 


B- Ottoman Supremacy in the Seas during the Reign of Mehmed II
From Cooperation to Contrast: Genoa and the Turks in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries

Dr. Enrico Basso [s.181-188]

 


The Ottoman Campaign of Apulia (1480-1481)

Dr. Konstantinos Giakoumis [s.189-197]

 


C- Bayezid II
The Reign of Bayezid II

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Kenan İnan [s.198-206]

 


Ottoman Aids to Andulisian Muslims

Prof. Dr. Mehmet Özdemir [s.207-221]

 


PART 35. SULTAN SELİM I AND ESTABLISHMENT OF OTTOMAN DOMINATION OVER THE MIDDLE EAST


The Period of Selim I

Prof. Dr. Yavuz Ercan [s.225-249]

 


PART 36. SULEYMAN THE MAGNIFICENT AND THE UNIVERSAL EMPIRE


The Period of Sultan Süleyman and the Universal State

Prof. Dr. Feridun Emecen [s.253-271]

 


Historical Background of the Diplomatic Relations between the Ottomans and the Habsburgs

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Ali İbrahim Savaş [s.272-286]

 


The Maritime War between the Ottoman and Spanish Empires during the Time of Sultan Selim and Suleyman

Prof. Dr. Miguel A. de Bunes Ibarra [s.287-295]

 


Genoa and the Ottoman Empire in the XVIth Century

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Riccardo Musso [s.296-302]

 


The Turkish Footprints in the Islamic Countries of Southeastern Asia

Assoc.Prof. Dr. İsmail Hakkı Göksoy [s.303-313]

 


PART 37. XVII. CENTURY: PERIOD OF CRISIS
SECOND SIEGE OF VIENNA AND RETREAT FROM CENTRAL EUROPE


A- Selim II, Murad III and Mehmet III
The Beginning of the Downfall: From Selim II to Mehmed III

Prof. Dr. Mücteba İlgürel [s.317-331]

 


Conquest of Cyprus

Asst. Prof. Dr. Recep Dündar [s.332-343]

 


Some Remarks on the Nature of Ottoman-Polish Relations

Prof. Dr. Darius Kolodziejczyk [s.344-350]

 


The March of Imperial Relief Forces to Kanizsa in Contemporary Illustrations

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Mária Ivanics [s.351-358]

 


B- The Seventeenth Century: The Period of Recession and Crisis
The Seventeenth Century: The Period of Dissolution and Crisis (From the Enthronement of Mehmed III to the 2nd Vienna Campaign

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Mehmet Öz [s.359-378]

 


Ottoman Politics in Central Europe between the Zsitvatorok (1606) and Vasvár (1664) Treaties

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Petr Štepánek [s.379-386]

 


C- Second Siege of Vienna and the Retreat from Central Europe
Second Siege of Vienna and the Retreat from Central Europe (1683-1703)

Prof. Dr. Kemal Çiçek [s.387-404]

 


The Treaty of Karlowitz in the Venetian Sources: Diplomacy and Ceremony

Dr. Mónica F. Molnár [s.405-414]

 


Ottomans, Venetians and Habsburgs: “Triplex Confinium”

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Drago Roksandic [s.415-425]

 


PART 38. OTTOMAN STATE ORGANIZATION IN THE CLASSICAL AGE


Ottoman State Organization in the Classical Period

Prof. Dr. Yusuf Halaçoğlu [s.429-463]

 


A- Administrative Organization (Center and Provinces)
An Aspect from the Ottoman Bureaucracy: The Establishment and Development of the Office of Defterhane

Asst. Prof. Dr. Erhan Afyoncu [s.464-468]

 


The Berat Form in Ottoman Diplomatica

Asst. Prof. Dr. Necdet Gök [s.469-478]

 


Ottoman Provincial Organization in the Classical Period (1362-1799)

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Orhan Kılıç [s.479-490]

 


The Ottoman Administrative System in Hungary in the Sixteenth Century

Prof. Dr. Géza Dávid [s.491-497]

 


Administrative Systems and Provincial Government in the Central Balkan Territories of the Ottoman Empire

Prof. Dr. Rossitsa Gradeva [s.498-507]

 


B- Military Organization
The Military Structure of the Ottoman Empire

Prof. Dr. Abdülkadir Özcan [s.508-523]

 


The Formation of the Ottoman State and the Origins of the Janissary Corps

Dr. Iraina Ye. Petrosyan [s.524-530]

 


A Re-examination of the Terms Evlâd-i Arab and Rum Oglani in Ottoman Egypt

Prof. Dr. Jane Hathaway [s.531-536]

 


PART 39. OTTOMAN SOCIETY IN THE CLASSICAL AGE


An Overview of Ottoman Society in the Classical Age

Prof. Dr. Bahaeddin Yediyıldız [s.539-567]

 


A- Millet System and Tolerance in the Ottoman Society
Tolerance in the Ottoman Empire

Prof. Dr. Ziya Kazıcı [s.568-578]

 


The Armenians in the Ottoman Empire

Prof. Dr. Nejat Göyünç [s.579-596]

 


Islamic Tradition and Ottoman Law of Nations

Prof. Dr. Viorel Panaite [s.597-604]

 


B- Social Life in the Ottoman Empire
Evliya Çelebi and the Seyahatnâme

Prof. Dr. Robert Dankoff [s.605-626]

 


Woman According to the Ottoman Law of Family

Prof. Dr. Gül Akyılmaz [s.627-635]

 


Ottoman Bosnia

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nenad Moacanin [s.636-642]

 


C- Ottoman Hâyrat (Charity) and Wakf System
The Ottoman Wakfs

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nazif Öztürk [s.643-656]

 

Imarets

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Amy Singer [s.657-664]

 


PART 40. OTTOMAN ECONOMY IN THE CLASSICAL AGE


Ottoman Economy in the Classical Period

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Tabakoğlu [s.667-691]

 


A- Monetary and Fiscal Policy
Ottoman Monetary Policy

Prof. Dr. Mustafa Öztürk [s.692-704]

 


Protection of Consumers in the Ottoman State

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Said Öztürk [s.705-714]

 


B- Economic Life in the Ottoman Empire
The Components of the Sancakbey’s Has (1480-1540)

Prof. Dr. Metin Kurt [s.715-718]

 


Christian Vassals on the Nortwest Border of the Ottoman Empire

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp [s.719-730]

 


An Overview of Ottoman Transportation and the Road Systems until the Tanzimat Period

Asst. Prof. Dr. M. Hüdai Şentürk [s.731-740]

 


PART 41. PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE IN OTTOMAN CLASSICAL AGE


A- Philosophy
Ottoman Intellectual Life in the Classical Period

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Yaşar Ocak [s.743-755]

 


B- Ottoman Science
The Sources and Early Works of Ottoman Science

Prof. Dr. Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu – Assoc.Prof. Dr. Mustafa Kaçar [s.756-775]

 


Political Economy and Scientific Activity in the Ottoman Empire

Dr. Dr. Anver Ben – Zaken [s.776-794]

 


Western European Travelers in the Ottoman Empire and Their Scholarly Endeavors (Sixteenth-Eighteenth Centuries)

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Sonja Brentjes [s.795-803]

 


C- Science, Technology and Education
The First Attempts of Flight, Automatic Machines, Submarines and Rocket Technology in Turkish-Islamic Cultural Circles

Prof. Dr. Arslan Terzioğlu [s.804-810]

 


Mathematics in the Ottoman Empire

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Melek Dosay Gökdoğan [s.811-818]

 


Takîyüddîn and the İstanbul Observatory

Asst. Prof. Dr. Yavuz Unat [s.819-830]

 


Ottoman Cartography

Asst. Prof. Dr. Fikret Sarıcaoğlu [s.831-840]

 


The Ottoman Ulema: Their Understanding of Knowledge, and Scholarly Contributions

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Fahri Unan [s.841-850]

 


PART 42. LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE IN OTTOMAN CLASSICAL AGE


A- Language
Ottoman Turkish

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nurettin Demir – Assoc.Prof. Dr. Emine Yılmaz [s.853-867]

 


The Footprints of the Turkish Age on the Hungarian Language

Prof. Dr. Zsuzsa Kakuk [s.868-872]

 


B- Literature
Turkish Literature from the Beginning to the XVIII. Century

Prof. Dr. Mustafa İsen [s.873-892]

 


The Turkish Literature from the Tulip Era to Tanzimat

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Osman Horata [s.893-906]

 


The Empire of Poetry: Süleyman the Magnificent as Poet

Prof. Dr. Talât Sait Halman [s.907-911]

 


The Growth of Turkish Literature Hagiographical Literature within the Halvetî Order in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Dr. John Cury [s.912-920]

 


PART 43. CULTURE AND ARTS IN OTTOMAN CLASSICAL AGE


Classical Period of Ottoman Arts

Prof. Dr. Filiz Yenişehirlioğlu [s.923-938]

 


A- About Ottoman Life of Culture
The Ottomans and the Renaissance

Prof. Dr. Linda Darling [s.939-946]

 


The Ottoman House in the Turkish Imagination: Monumentalizing the Quotidian

Prof. Dr. Carel Bertram [s.947-955]

 


The Rose in the Ottoman Aesthetics

Beşir Ayvazoğlu [s.956-973]

 


A Great Ottoman Festivity: Circumcision Feast of Prince Sultan Mehmed III

Prof. Dr. Mehmet Arslan [s.974-984]

 


The Influence of Turkish Culture in the Literature, Music and Drama of Baroque England

Asst. Prof. Dr. Gülgün Üçel Aybet [s.985-995]

 


B- Ottoman Architecture
Ottoman Palaces in the Classical Age

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Necla Arslan Sevin [s.996-1002]

 


Political Changes and Their Influence on Architecture: The Ottoman Conquest of Egypt

Dr. Seif el – Rashidî [s.1003-1013]

 


Ornament and Decoration in the Early Ottoman Buildings in Syria

Lamia Jasser [s.1014-1023]

 

 

4. Cilt - Osmanlı

VOLUME IV: THE OTTOMANS


C- Traditional Arts
The “Celi” (Jeli) Concept in Turkish Calligraphy

Prof. h. c. M. Uğur Derman [s.15-24]

 


The Art of Calligraphy in the Turkish World

Prof. Dr. Ali Alparslan [s.25-32]

 


The Changes in Turkish Tezhip through Centuries

Prof. Dr. F. Çiçek Derman [s.33-43]

 


Ottoman Miniature

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Banu Mahir [s.44-50]

 


Turkish Ebrû (Marbling) Art

Asst. Prof. Dr. Ahmet Saim Arıtan [s.51-62]

 


Ottoman Art of Tile

Prof. Dr. Yıldız Demiriz [s.63-70]

 


Ottoman Art of Weaving

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Hülya Tezcan [s.72-78]

 


Turkish Music in the Seventeenth Century

Asst. Prof. Dr. Ruhi Ayangil [s.79-87]

 


PART 44. THE AGE OF REFORMS AND CHANGES


A- The Eighteenth Century
The Eighteenth Century: A Period of Reform, Change and Diplomacy (1703-1789)

Assoc.Prof. Dr. M. Alaaddin Yalçınkaya [s.91-123]

 


A Safavid Pretender in the City of the White Tower: The Self-Styled Safi Mirza in Salonica (1731-1734)

Eyal Ginio [s.124-129]

 


B- Selim III and Mahmud II
The Transition from Traditionalistic to Modern Reform in the Ottoman Empire: The Reigns of Sultan Selim III (1789-1807) and Sultan Mahmud II (1808-1839)

Prof. Dr. Stanford J. Shaw [s.130-149]

 


The 1828-29 Turco-Russian War and Treaty of Adrianople

Dr. Alexander Bitis [s.150-166]

 


A Short Assessment of Turkish-American Relations (1830-1930)

Asst. Prof. Dr. Erdal Açıkses [s.167-180]

 


C- Abdülmecid and Abdülaziz: The Periods of Tanzimat and Islahat (Reform)
Sultan Abdülmecid and Sultan Abdülaziz

Asst. Prof. Dr. Turgut Subaşı [s.181-197]

 


The Reforms of Tanzimat Period

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Abdullah Saydam [s.198-223]

 


Hungarian Emigrants of 1848-49 in the Ottoman Empire

György Csorba [s.224-232]

 


The Ottoman Empire and the Origin of the Crimean War: Sources and Strategies

David M. Goldfrank [s.233-245]

 


PART 45. ABDÜLHAMİD AND THE FIRST CONSTITUTIONAL PERIOD


A- Abdülhamid II
The First Constitutional Period and the Reign of Abdülhamid II (1876-1909)

Prof. Dr. Kemal Karpat – Dr. Robert W. Zens [s.249-261]

 


The Last Universal Empire and Abdülhamid II

Prof. Dr. İlber Ortaylı [s.262-272]

 


B- Political Events during the Reign of Abdülhamid II
The 1876 Constitution and its Role in Turkish History

Prof. Dr. Yuri A. Petrosyan [s.273-281]

 


History of Turko-Japanese Relations

Prof. Dr. Selçuk Esenbel [s.282-293]

 


Efforts towards the Formation of Islamic Unity

Prof. Dr. Jakob M. Landau [s.294-298]

 


The Ottomans and Muslims of India during the Reign of Sultan Abdülhamid II

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Azmi Özcan [s.299-303]

 


Wilhelm II, Weltpolitik and Abdulhamid II

  1. Bayram Soy [s.304-312]

 


The Question of Jewish Imigration to Palestine in the Period of Abdülhamid II (1878-1908)

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Ş. Tufan Buzpınar [s.313-321]

 


PART 46. THE SECOND CONSTITUTIONAL PERİOD


A- The Committee of Union and Progress
The Committee of Union and Progress and Foreign Policy: 1906-1909 A Critical View

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Hasan Ünal [s.325-345]

 


An Interpretation of the March 31st Event

Prof. Dr. Ali Birinci [s.346-368]

 


B- Political Events of the Second Coustitutional Period
War of Tripoli

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Hale Şıvgın [s.369-381]

 


The Balkan Wars (1912-1913)

Asst. Prof. Dr. Ahmet Halaçoğlu [s.382-393]

 


The Bulgarians’ Massacre of the Turks

Asst. Prof. Dr. Ahmet Halaçoğlu [s.394-401]

 


PART 47. THE FIRST WORLD WAR


A- World War I and the Ottoman Empire
World War I and Turkey

Prof. Dr. Cezmi Eraslan [s.405-424]

 


Power of the Ottoman Empire before World War I

Prof. Dr. Jacques Thobie [s.425-431]

 


The Image of the Turk at Gallipoli: Turkish Soldier in 1915 in Australian Literature and Historiography

Dr. Michael Tyquin [s.432-438]

 


The Military and Political Assistance of the Ottoman Empire to Azerbaijan and Dagestan in the First World War

Dr. Nasır Yüceer [s.439-448]

 


Tatars in Austro-German Prisoner Camps

Asst. Prof. Dr. Vahdet Keleşyılmaz [s.449-456]

 


B- Armenian Question
Wellington House and the Turks

Prof. Dr. Justin McCarthy [s.457-467]

 


The Armenian Issue

Prof. Dr. Yusuf Halaçoğlu [s.468-488]

 


PART 48. OTTOMAN STATE ORGANIZATION IN THE MODERN AGE


The Ottoman State Organization in the Modern Age

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Mehmet Seyittanlıoğlu [s.491-505]

 


Civil Servants under Tanzimat

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Abdullah Saydam [s.506-514]

 


An Overview of the Provincial Administration in the Eighteenth Century

Prof. Dr. Yücel Özkaya [s.515-526]

 


PART 49. OTTOMAN SOCIETY IN THE MODERN AGE


A- Social Life in the Modern Age
Ottoman Society in the Modern Age

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Abdullah Saydam [s.529-553]

 


Gendering Urban Space: Women’s Smaller Vakfs in Eigteenth Century İstanbul

Prof. Dr. Fariba Zarinebaf – Shahr [s.554-563]

 


Children in the Late Ottoman Period (1850-1900)

Dr. Cüneyd Okay [s.564-579]

 


Millî Kıyafet: Ottoman Muslim Women and the Nationality of their Dress

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nicole van Os [s.580-592]

 


B- Immigrations
Immigrations from the Balkans to Anatolia

Asst. Prof. Dr. Ahmet Halaçoğlu [s.593-599]

 


Immigrations from the Volga-Ural Region to Anatolia in the Nineteenth Century

Dr. Arzu Kılınç Ocaklı [s.600-610]

 


PART 50. OTTOMAN ECONOMY IN THE MODERN AGE


Period of Ottoman Economic Renewal

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Tabakoğlu [s.613-634]

 


A- Commerce and Industry
The Ottoman Traders (1750-1850)

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Ömer Demirel [s.635-642]

 


Russian-Turkish Economic Relations in External Trade Volume of the Ottoman Empire (1853-1917)

Dr. Sergei M. Ivanov [s.643-648]

 


B- Monetary and Fiscal Policy
The Ottoman Dûyûn-ı Umumiye (Public Debts) Administration

Asst. Prof. Dr. Erdoğan Keskinkılıç [s.649-659]

 


C- Transportation
The Ottoman Railroad Policy

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Vahdettin Engin [s.660-664]

 


PART 51. PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE IN THE MODERN AGE


A- Philosophy
History of Turkish Thought from Tanzimat to Republic

Prof. Dr. Süleyman Hayri Bolay [s.667-686]

 


Ottoman Economical Thought from Tanzimat to Republic

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Güner Sayar [s.687-691]

 


B- Science and Education
Ottoman Science and Education in the Modern Age

Prof. Dr. Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu – Assoc.Prof. Dr. Salim Aydüz [s.692-707]

 


C- Turkic Studies Abrod
Politics and Historiography: The Development of Turkish and Balkan Studies in Hungary and the Hungarian Research Institute in Istanbul

Prof. Dr. Gabor Agoston [s.708-713]

 


The Course of Ottoman Studies in Greece (An Overview)

Ioannis Theocharides – Theoharis Stravrides [s.714-719]

 


PART 52. LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE IN THE MODERN AGE


A- Language
Turkish Language during the Reform Period

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Musa Duman [s.723-734]

 


B- Literature
Turkish Literature in the Restoration Period of the Ottoman State (1859-1922)

Prof. Dr. M. Orhan Okay [s.735-748]

 


Servet-i Fünun Literature

Prof. Dr. Zeynep Kerman [s.749-757]

 


Turkish Literature Other than the Servet-i Fünun Group

Prof. Dr.Nazan Bekiroğlu [s.758-772]

 


PART 53. CULTURE AND ARTS IN THE MODERN AGE


A- Culture, Arts and Modernization
Culture and Arts in the Modernization Period

Prof. Dr. Günsel Renda [s.775-792]

 


The Ottoman Palace of the Westernization Period

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Necla Aslansevim [s.793-800]

 


Development of Polyphonic Music in the Ottoman Empire

Asst. Prof. Dr. A. Bülent Ataner [s.801-807]

 


B- Visual Arts: Classical and Modern Styles
Turkish Shadow Theater: Karagöz

Prof. Dr. Saim Sakaoğlu [s.808-819]

 


Introduction of Cinema in Turkey and its First Years

Asst. Prof. Dr. Hale Künüçen – Asst. Prof. Dr. Şükrü Künüçen [s.820-827]

 


The Art of Photography in Ottomans

Engin Özendes [s.828-838]

 


PART 54. OCCUPATIN OF ANATOLIA AND NATIONAL RESISTANCE MOVEMENTS


Occupation of Turkey and the National Resistance Movements

Prof. Dr. İzzet Öztoprak [s.841-864]

 


From Mondros to Samsun: The Birth of the Turkish Independence Struggle

Prof. Dr. Salahi R. Sonyel [s.865-876]

 


Relations between Governments of Istanbul and Kûva-yı Milliye (National Forces) during the War of Liberation

Prof. Dr. Metin Ayışığı [s.877-892]

 


PART 55. ATATÜRK AND THE WAR OF NATIONAL LIBERATION


A- War of National Liberation
The Turkish War of National Liberation

Prof. Dr. Stanford Shaw [s.895-923]

 


Turkey’s Struggle for Liberation and Independence

Prof. Dr. Salahi R. Sonyel [s.924-929]

 


May 19th, 1919: Mustafa Kemal Pasha in Samsun

Dr. Zekeriya Türkmen [s.930-946]

 


The Western Front in the National War

Prof. Dr. Nuri Köstüklü [s.947-963]

 


B- Opening of Turkish Grand National Assembly
The Opening of the First Grand national Assembly (TBMM) and Its Significance

Dr. Mustafa Küçük [s.964-975]

 


The Socio-Political Agenda of the First Assembly and the Socio-Economical Situation of the Turkish People during the National Struggle Period

Dr. Rıdvan Akın [s.976-987]

 


C- Diplomacy during the National Struggle Period
Anglo-Turkish Relations in the Period of National Struggle (1919-1922)

Asst. Prof. Dr. Mustafa Çufalı [s.988-996]

 


Turco-French Relations during the National Struggle (1918-1921)

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Adil Dağıstan [s.997-1002]

 


Britain’s Appraisal of the Domestic and International Situation of the Nationalists and the Unionists after the Signing of the Treaty of Ankara

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Neşe Özden [s.1003-1010]

 


Peace Treaty of Lausanne (July 24, 1923)

Asst. Prof. Dr. Veysi Akın [s.1011-1023]

 

 

5. Cilt - Türkiye

VOLUME V: TURKEY


PART 56. FOUNDATION OF TURKISH REPUBLIC


Foundation of Turkish Republic

Prof. Dr. Ercüment Kuran [s.15-20]

 


The Second Period of the Grand National Assembly (TBMM) and the Proclamation of the Turkish Republic

Prof. Dr. Dursun Ali Akbulut [s.21-23]

 


PART 57. PERIOD OF ATATURK


Mustafa Kemal Atatürk: His Life and Personality

Prof. Dr. Norman Itzkowitz [s.27-37]

 


A- Domestic Political Developments
The Period of Atatürk and His Reforms

Prof. Dr. Yücel Özkaya [s.38-58]

 


The Political Identify of the Progressive Republican Party (TCF)

Asst. Prof. Dr. Ahmet Yeşil [s.59-64]

 


The Free Republican Party (SCF)

Asst. Prof. Dr. Serap Tabak [s.65-74]

 


B- Foreign Policy
Turkish Foreign Policy in the Period of Atatürk (1919-1938)

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Mustafa Yılmaz [s.75-89]

 


Turkey’s Balkan Policy in the Atatürk Period (1923-1938)

Asst. Prof. Dr. Hikmet Öksüz [s.90-107]

 


The Italian Factor in Turkish Foreign Policy during the Atatürk Period (1923-1938)

Asst. Prof. Dr. Mevlüt Çelebi [s.108-118]

 


PART 58. PERIOD OF İNÖNÜ AND THE YEARS OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR


A- Domestic Political Developments
The Relations between the Army and Political Actors during the İnönü Period

Prof. Dr. Ümit Özdağ – Çetin Günöy [s.121-128]

 


The Transition to the Multi-Party System in Turkey and the Democrat Party (1945-1950)

Filiz Çolak [s.129-137]

 


B- Foreign Policy
The Period of İnönü and the Years of Second World War

Asst. Prof. Dr. Necdet Ekinci [s.138-167]

 


Turkey and the Second World War: “Non-Belligerent but not Neutral”

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Wayne Bowen [s.168-177]

 


PART 59. PERIOD OF MENDERES AND THE TRANSITION TO DEMOCRACY


A- Domestic Political Developments
The Period of Menderes (1950-1960)

  1. Serhan Yücel [s.181-190]

 


The Policies of Democrat Party (DP)

Dr. Mustafa Albayrak [s.191-206]

 


B- Foreign Policy
Turkey’s Entry to NATO

Asst. Prof. Dr. Yusuf Sarınay [s.207-211]

 


The Preparation Process of the Treaties of London and Zurich, and Turko-British Relations within this Period (1955-1959)

Asst. Prof. Dr. Cihat Göktepe [s.212-221]

 


PART 60. PERIOD OF 1960-1980


A- Domestic Political Developments
The Period of 1960-1980

Prof. Dr. Hikmet Özdemir [s.225-250]

 


The British Attitude Towards the 1960 Coup in Turkey and Its Aftermath Effects according to the British Sources

Asst. Prof. Dr. Cihat Göktepe [s.251-262]

 


B- Foreign Policy
Turkish Foreign Policy (1960-1980)

Asst. Prof. Dr. İdris Bal [s.263-280]

 


Turkey, Britain and NATO (1959-1965)

Asst. Prof. Dr. Cihat Göktepe [s.281-285]

 


The Cyprus Crisis and the Peace Operation (1963-1974)

Asst. Prof. Dr. Galip Alçıtepe [s.286-293]

 


PART 61. PERIOD OF POST-1980


A- Domestic Political Developments
Post-1980 Period

Prof. Dr. Hikmet Özdemir [s.297-321]

 


B- General Evaluation of Republic’s Foreign Policy
International Transformations and the Continuity Principles of Turkish Diplomacy from Ottoman Period to the Present

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Davutoğlu [s.322-335]

 


Turkey’s Security Policy in Connection with the U.S.A. and the E.U.

Prof. Dr. Ali Karaosmanoğlu [s.336-342]

 


The Interpretation of the Relations between the European Union and Turkey in the Globalizing World

Prof. Dr. İlhan Tekeli – Selim İlkin [s.343-355]

 


A General Look at the Relations Between Turkey-U.S.A. (1919-2002)

Dr. Çağrı Erhan [s.356-370]

 


Turkey and the Contemporary Middle East: The Search for National Security

Prof. Dr. Lenore G. Martin [s.371-379]

 


Turkey’s Middle East Policy: Evolution and Determinants

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Ramazan Gözen [s.380-398]

 


Relations of Turkey with Israel (1948-2001)

Dr. Çağrı Erhan [s.399-407]

 


The Turco-Iranian Relations in the Republican Era

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Gökhan Çetinsaya [s.408-415]

 


Some Actors and Factors Effecting Turkey’s Central Asian and Caucasus Policies

Asst. Prof. Dr. Nasuh Uslu [s.416-429]

 


Turgut Özal’s Foreign Policy: 21st Century Perspectives to Turkey

Cengiz Çandar [s.430-438]

 


PART 62. STATE ORGANIZATION, SOCIETY AND ECONOMY IN TURKISH REPUBLIC


A- State Organization
The Administrative Structure of Turkish Republic

Prof. Dr. Turgay Ergun [s.441-468]

 


B- Society
The Transformation of Turkish Society in the Republican Period

Assoc.Prof. Dr. İlhan Dülger [s.469-482]

 


C- Economy
Turkish Economy in the Republican Period

Prof. Dr. Mükerrem Hiç [s.483-505]

 


Turkish Industrial Policy between 1923-1938

Asst. Prof. Dr. Yaşar Semiz [s.506-513]

 


Economic and Social Developments in Menderes Era

Prof. Dr. Emin Çarıkçı [s.514-521]

 


Özal’s Liberal Economic Policies in the 1980s

Dr. Abdurrahman Abulaban [s.522-532]

 


PART 63. PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE IN TURKISH REPUBLIC


A- Philosophy
The Life of Thought in the Republican Period

Prof. Dr. Süleyman Hayri Bolay [s.535-563]

 


Stages in Establishing the Identity of the Woman of the Republic

Asst. Prof. Dr. Leyla Kaplan [s.564-570]

 


B- Science
Science during the Republic Period

Prof. Dr. Esin Kahya – Asst. Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Gazi Topdemir [s.571-586]

 


Social Sciences in the Republican Era

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Mehmet Öz [s.587-592]

 


PART 64. LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, CULTURE AND ARTS IN TURKISH REPUBLIC


A- Language
Turkish Language in the Republican Period

Prof. Dr. Şükrü Haluk Akalın [s.595-620]

 


B- Literature
Turkish Literature under the Republic

Prof. Dr. İnci Enginün [s.621-650]

 


C- Culture and Arts
Arts in the Turkish Republic

Asst. Prof. Dr. Seyfi Başkan [s.651-659]

 


Architecture in the First Years of the Republic

Prof. Dr. İnci Aslanoğlu [s.660-665]

 


Turkish Art of Painting from the Beginning to Present in the Republican Period

Asst. Prof. Dr. Ahmet Kâmil Gören [s.666-674]

 


Polyphonic Music in the Republic Era

Asst. Prof. Dr. Bülent Alaner [s.675-680]

 


The Effects of the State Radio on the Turkish Music in the Republican Period

Dr. Bülent Aksoy [s.681-691]

 


PART 65. EXPANSIONIST POLICY OF RUSSIA IN VOLGA-URAL, CRIMEA AND CAUCASUS


A- Expansionist Policy of Russia in Volga-Ural and Crimea
Demographic Composition of Turkic Populations Domiciled in the in the European Territories of Russian Empire and Tsarist Russia’s Policies against Turkic Populations

Dr. Seyit Sertçelik [s.695-706]

 


Kazan Tatars after the Fall of the Kazan Khanate: Question of National Leadership

Ravil Bukharev [s.707-717]

 


The Kazan Tatars in the 19th and 20th Centuries

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Ahmet Kanlıdere [s.718-729]

 


Bashkir Rebellions

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Yakup Deliömeroğlu [s.730-737]

 


History of the Qur’an in Russia: Relations between Russians, Ottomans and Tatars

Efim A. Rezvan [s.738-743]

 


Orenburg Mohammedan Assembly and Issues of Military Service of Moslems in the Russian Army (the End of ?VIIIth – the beginning of XXth century)

Dr. Danil D. Azamatov [s.744-752]

 


Nikolai Il’minskiy and His Role among the Natives of Middle Volga: A Historiographical Essay

Dr. Agnés Nilüfer Kefeli [s.753-759]

 


Teşkilât’I Mahsusa (Intelligence Service), Yusuf Akçura and the Lausanne Nations Conference

Asst. Prof. Dr. Vahdet Keleşyılmaz [s.760-763]

 


Turkish National Movement during the Tsarist Russia in Crimea

Prof. Dr. Valeri Vozgrin [s.764-778]

 


B- Expansionist Policy of Russian in the Caucasus
Russian Expansion in the Caucasus

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Mustafa Budak [s.779-794]

 


Russian Occupation of the Caucasus and Resistance Movements

Dr. Kezban Acar [s.795-800]

 


Russian Struggle against Islamism and Turkism during the First World War

Prof. Dr. Musa Gasımov [s.801-813]

 


PART 66. EXPANSIONIST POLICY OF RUSSIA IN TURKESTAN


Expansion and Interaction: Russia’s Turkic Frontiers (1552-1936)

Dr. Robert F. Baumann [s.817-825]

 


Russian-English Rivalry in Central Asia

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Steven Sabol [s.826-833]

 


The Kyrgyzs under the Tsardom

Dr. Rafis Abazov [s.834-841]

 


Jadidism and the Elaboration of New Identities in Central Asia

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Adeeb Khalid [s.842-849]

 


The Alash Movement in Kazakhstan

Dr. Gulnar Kendirbai [s.850-863]

 


PART 67. RESISTANCES AGAINST THE CHINESE EXPANSION OF EAST TURKESTAN


The Ch’ing China Occupation of Zhungaria and Eastern Turkestan

Prof. Dr. Ablat Khodjaev – Kâmil Khodjaev [s.867-881]

 


The Struggle against Invaders

Prof. Dr. Ablat Khodjaev – Kâmil Khodjaev [s.882-893]

 


PART 68. EXPANSIONIST POLICY OF U.S.S.R. /
COMMUNIST REVOLUTION AND TURKISH PEOPLES


Russian Revolutions and Turkic Peoples

Expansionist Policies of the U.S.S.R.

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Timur Kocaoğlu [s.897-913]

 


A- Communist Revolution and Turkish People.
Crimea after the Bolshevic Revolution

Prof. Dr. Valeri Vezgrin [s.914-927]

 


The Shaping of Alliances in the Bukharan People’s Soviet Republic (1920-1924)

Dr. Suchandana Chatterjee [s.928-935]

 


The Autonomy of Khokand

Abdülvahap Kara [s.936-947]

 

The Emergence of Fergana Basmacis

Dr. Reinhard Eisener [s.948-958]

 


Khorezm People’s Soviet Republic (1920-1924): Embattled Identity, Troubled Legitimacy

Dr. Dov. Yaroshevski [s.959-965]

 


B- Nationalities Policy of U.S.S.R. and Turkish Peoples
Instruments of Soviet Control and Nationalities: Special References to Muslim or Turkic Peoples

Asst. Prof. Dr. İdris Bal [s.966-975]

 


Mirsaid Sultan Galiev and National Communism

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Ayşe Azade Rorlich [s.976-981]

 


The 1924 National Delimitation in Central Asia: Historical Dimensions of the Contamporary Border Relations

Prof. Dr. Gregory Gleason [s.982-989]

 


Soviet Deportations of Turkic Peoples

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Walter Comins – Richmond [s.990-994]

 


Akhıska (Meskhetian) Turks: Twice Deported People

Prof. Dr. Arif Yunusev [s.995-1003]

 


Tatars and Bashkirs in Berlin the End of the 19th Century to the Beginning of, World War II

Sebatian Cwiklinski [s.1004-1014]

 


Soviet Turks in the Eyes of the West (1945-1990)

Dr. Willian D. Myer [s.1015-1022]

 

 

 

6. Cilt - Türk Dünyası

VOLUME VI: TURKISH WORLD


PART 69. AN OVERVIEW OF THE TURKISH WORLD


Demography of the Turks

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Zakir B. Avşar – Ferruh Solak – Selma Tosun [s.15-49]

 


The Geography of the Turkish World

Prof. Dr. İbrahim Atalay [s.50-68]

 


The Appearance of Turkish Written Languages in the Context of Language Planning

Asst. Prof. Dr. Bilgehan Atsız Gökdağ [s.69-87]

 


Modernization, Politics and Islam in the Post-Soviet Central Asian States

Prof. Dr. Shirin Akıner [s.88-92]

 


Sufi Lineages and Saint Veneration in Russian, Soviet Post-Soviet Tataristan and Central Asia in the 20th Century

Prof. Dr. Thierry Zarcone [s.93-100]

 


PART 70. REPUBLIC OF AZERBAIJAN


Republic of Azerbaijan: Ethno-Politic Changes and the Establishment of Armenia (1801-1921)

Prof. Dr. Musa Gasımov [s.103-114]

 


West Azerbaijan

Rafik F. Safarov [s.115-122]

 


On Demographic Changes in the Province of Erevan (Revan)

Dr. Hacar Y. Verdiyeva [s.123-128]

 


Azerbaijan: The Socio-Economic and Political Developments in the First Decade of the Transition Period

Prof. Dr. Şefik Alp Bahadır [s.129-136]

 


Modern Azerbaijanian Literature

Asst. Prof. Dr. Salih Okumuş [s.137-148]

 


PART 71. REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN


Republic of Kazakhstan

Prof. Dr. Manas K. Kozibayev – Sattar F. Majitov [s.151-167]

 


The Economic Development of Kazakhstan since her Independence

Prof. Dr. Emin Çarıkçı [s.168-176]

 


Nationalism in Kazakhstan

Asst. Prof. Dr. Meryem Kırımlı [s.177-181]

 


Kazakh Language and the New Language Policy in the 1990s

Prof. Dr. Elenora Suleimenova – Dana K. Akanova [s.182-189]

 


The Character of Kazakh Nomadic Culture

Prof. Dr. Aigül Bokayeva [s.190-198]

 


PART 72. REPUBLIC OF KYRGYZSTAN


Kyrgyzstan

Prof. Dr. Tınçtıkbek Çorotegin [s.201-213]

 


Independent Kyrgyzstan: Transition Period

Dr. Rafis Abazov [s.214-223]

 


A Political-Historical Overview of the Kyrgyz

Gregory R. Koldys [s.224-232]

 


Kyrgyz People and Their Traditional Cultures

Dr. Aydarbek Koçkunov [s.233-240]

 


Kyrgyzstan under the Soviet System: The Building of Nation-State and the Rise of National Identity

Dr. Rafis Abazov [s.241-250]

 


PART 73. REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN


Republic of Uzbekistan

Mehmet Seyfettin Erol [s.253-267]

 


Getting Together, Getting Apart: Migration and Demographic Changes in Independent Uzbekistan

Dr. Rafis Abazov [s.268-274]

 


Conflicting Identities Down on the Farm: The Case of Post-Soviet Uzbekistan

Russel Zanca [s.275-285]

 


The Transition Period of the Uzbek Economy

Anar Somuncuoğlu [s.286-295]

 


Agrarian Reform in Uzbekistan and Other Central Asian Countries

Peter C. Bloch [s.296-304]

 


PART 74. REPUBLIC OF TURKMENISTAN


Republic Of Turkmenistan

Prof. Dr. Muhammed Aydoğduyev [s.307-322]

 


The Foreign Policy and Permanent Neutrality of Turkmenistan

Mehmet Seyfettin Erol [s.323-330]

 


Demographic Structure of Turkmenistan

Asst. Prof. Dr. Fahri Solak [s.331-336]

 


The Art of War and Weapons of Turkmens

Prof. Dr. Ovez A. Gündoğduyev [s.337-343]

 


Modern Turkmen Literature

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Berdi Sarıyev [s.344-353]

 


PART 75. TURKISH REPUBLIC OF NORTHERN CYPRUS


Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC)

Ülker Güzel [s.357-369]

 


A History of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus

Prof. Dr. Clement Dodd [s.370-376]

 


The Cyprus Question and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus

İsmail Bozkurt [s.377-386]

 


PART 76. FEDERAL AND AUTONOMOUS TURKISH REPUBLICS


Non-Independent (Autonomous) Turks

Prof. Dr. Nadir Devlet [s.389-420]

 


A- Republic of Tataristan
Republic of Tataristan

Prof. Dr. Nadir Devlet [s.421-430]

 


B- Republic of Bashkortostan
Bashkortostan and Russia after the Soviet Union: The Unfinished Agenda

Prof. Dr. Ildus G. Ilishev [s.431-438]

 


Mother Tongue Consciousness and Cultural Revival in Bashkortostan

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Kutlay Yağmur [s.439-446]

 


C- Republic of Chuvashstan
Chuvashs and Cuvash Language

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Emine Yılmaz [s.447-455]

 


D- Republic of Saha
Sahas (Yakuts) and Turkish Language of Sahas

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Fatih Kirişçioğlu [s.456-462]

 


E- Republic Of Altai
Republic of Altai

Anar Somuncuoğlu [s.463-471]

 


F- Republic of Tuva
Republic of Tuva( Tıva)

Anar Somuncuoğlu [s.472-484]

 


Tuvan Shamanism

Dr. Eva J. Neumann Fridman [s.485-493]

 


G- Republic of Khakas(es)
Khakas(es)

Dr. David G. Anderson [s.494-498]

 


H- Crimea
The Exile of Crimean Turks

Dr. Kemal Özcan [s.499-512]

 


I- Gagauz Country
The History of Gagauzes

Prof. Dr. Mustafa Argunşah [s.513-527]

 


J- Eastern Turkestan
Autonomous Republic of Eastern Turkestan

Dr. Erkin Emet [s.528-533]

 


Sufi Lineages and Saint Veneration in 20th Century Eastern Turkestan and Contemporary Xinjiang

Prof. Dr. Thierry Zarcone [s.534-541]

 


Music of Uyghurs

Dr. Rachel Harris – Yasin Mukphul [s.542-549]

 


Western Yugurs and Its Culture

Prof. Dr. Yaxiong Du [s.550-555]

 


PART 77. TURKISH COMMUNITIES


A- Balkans
Turks in the Balkans

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Ömer Turan [s.559-583]

 


Turks in Bulgaria
The Turks of Bulgaria (1945-1983)

Prof. Dr. Ali Eminov [s.584-591]

 

The Movement for Rights and Freedoms

Dr. Vladimir Chukov [s.592-598]

 


Turks in
Macedonia
The Turks of Macedonia

Necati Çayırlı [s.599-608]

 


Balkan Turkish in Macedonia and Adjacent Areas

Victor A. Friedman [s.609-616]

 


Turks in Western Thrace
Western Thrace Turks

Asst. Prof. Dr. Zerrin Balkaç [s.617-634]

 


B- Caucasus
Turkish Communities in Caucasus and Adjacent Areas

Dr. Ufuk Tavkul [s.635-651]

 


C- Middle East
1. Turk in Syria
Syrian Turks

Asst. Prof. Dr. Ömer Osman Umar [s.652-660]

 


Turks in Iraq
Turks in Iraq

Asst. Prof. Dr. Sinan Marufoğlu [s.661-668]

 


Turks in Iran
The Azerbaijani Turks in Iran

Dr. Brenda Shaffer [s.669-674]

 


The Turkic Tribes of Bayadistan (Iran)

Christiane Bulut [s.675-689]

 


D- Turkestan
The Turks and the Afghan War (1979-2001)

Conrad Schetter [s.690-696]

 


The Nomadic Kazaks of Western Mongolia

Dr. Jeannine D. Kimball [s.697-706]

 


E- Lower Volga and Crimean Area
Muslim Religion in Turkic Communities of the Lower Volga Area: Dar’ul’-Islam Lost and Re-Emerging

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Sergei Golunov [s.707-714]

 


PART 78 TURKISH DIASPORA


A-Turkish Diaspora in Europe
Socio-Cultural and Linguistic Perspective On Turkish Immıgırant Communities in Western Europe

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kutlay Yağmur [s.717-725]

 


Turkish in Switzerland

Prof. Dr. Fahri Kayadibi [s.726-731]

 


Turkish in France

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ali Erbaş [s.732-741]

 


Turkish in Belgium

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mehmet Zeki Aydın -Assoc. Prof. Dr. Altay A. Manço [s.742-751]

 


The Socio-Demographic Structure of Turkish in Moscow

Dr. Seyit Sertçelik [s.752-758]

 


B.Turkish Diaspora in America
A History of Turkish in America

Sevgi Ertan [s.759-767]

 


Turkish Diaspora in Australia
Social and Linguistic Perspectives on Turkish Community in Australia

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kutlay Yağmur [s.768-780]

 


Index of Authors