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Remember every time, not just once :|historical geography and social memory in Turkey and Armenia

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dc.contributor Graduate Program in History.
dc.contributor.advisor Ersoy, Ahmet. İşcier, Mustafa. 2023-03-16T12:41:00Z 2023-03-16T12:41:00Z 2019.
dc.identifier.other HIST 2019 I74
dc.description.abstract With the effect of modernization in the last to hundred years we see that nowadays modern nations face the risk of losing their collective identity as a result of globalization. As a reflex of this, it is an undeniable fact that modern humankind pursues some myths to cling to the past. Sometimes with a museum, sometimes with a historical monument modern human being is in attempt to sacrifice history for the sake of his or her fantasy. At this point, a problem arises because of equalizing history and memory. History and memory are scrambled. My work analyzes the problematic of history and memory equalization within the framework of renocide notion, which means remember every time, not just once, through Armenian question and individual memory narrative. This study tackles the reflection of historical geography and social memory relations in Turkey and Armenia.
dc.format.extent 30 cm.
dc.publisher Thesis (M.A.) - Bogazici University. Institute for Graduate Studies in the Social Sciences, 2019.
dc.subject.lcsh Armenian question.
dc.title Remember every time, not just once :|historical geography and social memory in Turkey and Armenia
dc.format.pages viii, 146 leaves ;

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