Dialogue and Difference
 

Laurence Raw & Ayşe Lahur Kırtunç

Foreword

Talât Sait Halman

A Monologue on Indifference

Kâmil Aydın

An Analysis of European and American Comparative Literary Theories: The Conflict between Eurocentric and Liberal Discourses

Teodora Tsimpouki

Representations of Identity in Contemporary Ethnic American Fiction: The Case of Paula Gunn Allen

Çiğdem Balım Harding

Defining Group Identity in a Multicultural Society: The Pakistani Muslim Communities in Britain

Gerald MacLean

Ottomanism and Imperial Envy:

The Case of Henry Blount

Şebnem Toplu

Ottoman and British Women: Gender in the Eighteenth Century

Rahşan Giritli &

Hanzade Ayas

Representations of Women in Magazine Advertisements

Nuran Erol

Arabesque Culture as a Metaphor of the World in Turkis8h Society

Arus Yumul

Representations (Images), Counter-Representations (Counter-Images) and Identities

Aslı Didem Danış

The Upper Middle Class Suburbs of İstanbul: Identity or Diversity

Özlem Uzundemir

A Desire for a Dialogue between the East and the West: Orhan Pamuk’s Benim Adım Kırmızı

Chris Rumford

Turkish Identities: Between the Universal and the Particular

Laurence Raw

Afterword: Dialogue and Difference in the Turkish Classroom

Edited by:

Laurence Raw
Ayşe Lahur Kırtunç