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Turkey and Europe in a cultural context

University of Cambridge. Centre of Middle Eastern Studies.

Turkey and Europe in a cultural context

a symposium sponsored by theCentre of Middle Eastern Studies, Universtiy of Cambridge.

by University of Cambridge. Centre of Middle Eastern Studies.

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Published by CUP in Cambridge .
Written in English


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The publication of Wide Sargasso Sea, twenty-seven years after the appearance of her last novel, reflects the culmination of her earlier heroine sketches, while shifting focus away from an industrial European context and back to a nineteenth-century Caribbean landscape. Turkey. Turkey is a vibrant mix of two unique continents, Europe and Asia, reflecting a diverse collection of ideas, beliefs and values. Crossing both European and Middle Eastern boundaries, Turkish society is patriotic and proud of its ancestry and .

Turks have their origins in Central Asia so their culture is associated with people from that region. And there is no such thing as a single European culture. Culture might vary even with neighboring European countries so you really need to be more specific. The culture of Turkey combines a heavily diverse and heterogeneous set of elements that have been derived from the various cultures of the Eastern Mediterranean and Central Asian region and Eastern European, and Caucasian traditions. Many of these traditions were initially brought together by the Ottoman Empire, a multi-ethnic and multi-religious state.

Insight Turkey, an insightful reference for turkish politics and international affairs. So yes, Turkey is very much rooted in European culture. But not in the sense that people often make of it, in a genetic or a geographical sense. Turkey is a European culture (as well as an Islamic-Middle Eastern one), because it has a + year tradition of orientation toward European culture.


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What place does Turkey occupy in the world today. Is it a bridge between Asia and Europe, or a bridgehead. Is Turkey part of Europe. In spite of the fine sentiments of Brussels and the desire, displayed by all Turkish administrations for the last fifteen years, to become part of the EU, a game of bluff seems to be unfolding, marked by postponements, hesitations, and unspoken agendas of one.

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