The Politics of Public Memory in Turkey

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In 1923, the newly founded Turkish Republic committed to a modernist future by erasing the memory of its Ottoman past. Now, almost eighty years after the establishment of the Republic, the grandchildren of the founders have a different relationship with history. New generations make every effort to remember, record, and reconcile earlier periods. The multiple and personalized representations of the past with which they engage allow contemporary Turkish citizens to create alternative identities for themselves and their ...

The Politics of Public Memory in Turkey 2007, Syracuse University Press

ISBN-13: 9780815631316

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