Journal Of Ottoman Legacy Studies (OMAD) ISSN: (Online) 2148-5704 (Print)

Year: 2014 Volume: 1 Issue: 1
Editors
Abidin TEMİZER (Assist. Prof. Dr.)
İsmail AVCI (Assist. Prof. Dr.)

November 2014


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Engin SELÇUK
1- A BRIDGE TO THE BALKANS: NAQSHI DIVAN POETS, pp. 1-15

DOI Number: 10.17822/omad.201419768
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Ersoy TOPUZKANAMIŞ
2- A CURRICULUM ABOUT TURKISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION IN THE BALKANS: CASE OF DOBRUJA, pp. 16-35

DOI Number: 10.17822/omad.201419769
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Ema MILJKOVIĆ
3- THE TIMAR SYSTEM IN THE SERBIAN LANDS FROM 1450 TO 1550: WITH A SPECIAL SURVEY ON THE TIMAR SYSTEM IN THE SANJAK OF SMEDEREVO, pp. 36-47

DOI Number: 10.17822/omad.201419770
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Mehmet Ali KARAMAN
4- OTTOMAN EFFORTS TO LEGITIMIZE GERMAN ALLIANCE WITH IN WORLD WAR I, pp. 48-59

DOI Number: 10.17822/omad.201419771
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Tamer BALCI
5- OTTOMAN BALKAN HERITAGE AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF TURKISH NATIONAL IDENTITY, pp. 60-70

DOI Number: 10.17822/omad.201419772
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Ersin BAYRAM
6- Cemal Kurnaz-Halil Çeltik, Osmanlı Dönemi Kırım Edebiyatı, Kurgan Edebiyat, Ankara 2012, pp. 71-73

DOI Number: 10.17822/omad.201419773
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Evren J. TURAN
7- Hale Yılmaz, Becoming Turkish: Nationalist Reforms and Cultural Negotiations in Early Republican Turkey, 1923-1945, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York 2013, pp. 74-77

DOI Number: 10.17822/omad.201419774
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