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100 1  Bozdogan, Sibel 
245 10 Turkey :|bModern Architectures in History 
264  1 London :|bReaktion Books, Limited,|c2012 
264  4 |c©2012 
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490 1  Modern Architectures in History Ser 
505 0  Turkey Cover -- Imprint page -- Contents -- Introduction -
       - 1. Architecture of Revolution -- 2. Building for the 
       Modern Nation State -- 3. The Modern House -- 4. Populist 
       Democracy and Post-war Modernism -- 5. Housing in the 
       Metropolis -- 6. Architecture under Coups d'État -- 7. 
       Postmodern Landscapes in Post-Kemalist Turkey -- 8. The 
       Illegal City and New Residential Segregation -- 9. The 
       'Young Turk Architects' of Globalization -- References -- 
       Select Bibliography -- Acknowledgements & Photo 
       Acknowledgements -- Index 
520    Turkey: Modern Architectures in History offers a journey 
       through the iconic buildings of Turkey that begins with 
       the end of World War I, when the new Turkish Republic was 
       born out of the disintegration of the Ottoman Empire, 
       includes its democratization in the midst of the Cold 
       War's competing ideologies, and concludes with the present
       day, in which Turkey continues to be dramatically 
       transformed through globalization, economic integration, 
       and a renewed appreciation for its Islamic and Ottoman 
       heritage.   Sibel Bozdogan and Esra Akcan explore modern 
       institutional masterpieces and architect-designed 
       buildings through the decades. Their focus includes 
       informal residential plans, and they discuss how these 
       have evolved from small settlements to colossal urban 
       quarters that exist at a slippery threshold of legality. 
       This richly informative history of Turkey's built 
       environment goes beyond typical surveys of Western modern 
       architecture and is unique in tackling the issue of the 
       modern and contemporary periods that are often omitted in 
       studies of Islamic art and architecture.   Offering a 
       perceptive overview of modern Turkish architecture, this 
       book places it within the larger social, political, and 
       cultural context of the country's development as a modern 
       nation in the twentieth century 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 Architecture -- Turkey -- History -- 20th century 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Akcan, Esra 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aBozdogan, Sibel|tTurkey : Modern 
       Architectures in History|dLondon : Reaktion Books, Limited,
       c2012|z9781861898784 
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