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Minds of Passage: An interpretation of the Memoirs of Young Turks (1908-1923)

Minds of Passage: An interpretation of the Memoirs of Young Turks (1908-1923)

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This work represents an attempt to understand the frame of mind that the members of the Committee of Union and Progress
bore through the Revolution of 1908 up to the disintegration of the Ottoman Empire. As such, it is largely based on the memoirs of
Committee members and those of their contemporaries. The books main argument is that, along with the nationalism of the era and the
rise of the individual, various related concepts such as gender and homeland were also being re-evaluated and re-valued in the minds of those who lived through this period. The book focuses on some of the ideas articulated most clearly and repeatedly in these memoirs, such as komitacilik (brigandage) and hope; as well as others that were crucial in defining an individual, such as ones occupation and their understanding of the new concept of liberty. Noteworthy was conception and role of women in these memoirs, as it can be observed that, among other roles, women were often also seen as stand-ins for homeland. An exploration is also made of the boundaries of the homeland, as invented (and reinvented) by the Young Turk cadres, and the emotional investment in such a notion. Lastly, the work questions the new lens of nationalism that the memoirists employed to view the communities of the empire. By using the Arabs and the Armenians within the Ottoman society as case studies, the book shows that nationality then was notor at least not yet--a fixed identity, but rather a variety of contextual roles that were performed on a daily basis.
Ürün Detayı
ISBN: 9786059022040
Yazar Adı: Duygu Coskuntuna
Yayıncı: Libra Kitap
Dil: İngilizce
Cilt: Karton
En (cm): 13,5
Boy (cm): 21
Kağıt Cinsi: Avrupa Okuma Kağıdı
Sayfa Sayısı: 240
Baskı Sayısı: 1

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