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Based on the outcome of a conference of the University of Oxford’s Program on Contemporary Turkey, “Turkey’s Engagement with Modernity” provides the reader with profound knowledge on important issues such as the emergence of the Turkish state from the ruins of the Ottoman Empire and the country’s ideological, economic, cultural and social history. Being a compilation rather than the work of one scholar, the book includes multiple and even contesting voices, offering readers a variety of perspectives and opinions on contemporary Turkey.

 

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Oğuz Alyanak
Oğuz Alyanak

The author is the Managing Editor for Turkish Policy Quarterly; and is finishing his M.A. studies in the department of Political Science and International Relations at Boğaziçi University, Istanbul.

Defne Kadıoğlu
Defne Kadıoğlu

Defne Kadıoğlu is a Ph.D student in Department of Political Sciences and International Relations.

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