1949-2019 yılları arasında Çin Halk Cumhuriyeti’nin sağlık politikalarını birinci elden anlatan eser. Çin Nüfus İletişim Merkezi’nin titiz derleme çalışması sonucu tüm dünyaya özellikle pandemi döneminde yayılan Batı merkezli ırkçılığın ne denli yanlış ve çarpıtmalarla dolu olduğunu gösteriyor. Ne bulursa yiyen, dünyaya virüs bulaştıran, gelişmemiş, vb. bir çok karalamanın ne denli yanlış ve gerçeklerinse ne kadar farklı olduğunu olgularla görmek isteyen objektif okurlar için… devrimin gerçekleştiği 1949 yılında ortalama yaşam süresi 35 yıl olan Çinlilerin bugün ulaştıkları noktayı merak edenler için…
This is a collection of specializedresearch papers addressingdiverse aspectsof thepreservation, management andutilization of the fundsof manuscripts of Uzbekistan. These funds of manuscripts are the products of scientific, philosophical and literary activities that have taken place in Uzbekistan and its region over thepast centuries. They are sources of information for researchers who are workingon various aspects of the history of culture of the region. Their conservation, cataloguingandvalorization engagea widerangeof specializations. The workshop which wasorganizedby IRCICA andImam Bukhari International Scientific-Research Center (IBISRC) in Samarkand, Uzbekistan in June 2019 aimedat encouragingresearch work andfosteringexchanges of information between relevantexpert circleson diverseaspectsof the managementof the manuscript heritage.Theparticipants werean inter-disciplinary group of scholars and specialists involved with theoretical and practical, scientific and technical aspects of the preservation and treatment of funds of manuscripts. Theirpapers collectedin thisbook focus on current issues andchallenges involvedin this field, communicate experiences, recommendbest practices, evaluate availability of training facilities, and explore avenues of sectoral and inter-country cooperation. IRCICA’s activities on the history of culture in the Islamic world involve frequent references to collections of Islamic manuscripts, both as sources for research and works of science and scholarship. IRCICA’s long-term research program of “Studies on Manuscripts” already bore fruit in various of bibliographies and catalogues of manuscripts compiled with varying regional and/or thematic focuses. These publications facilitate researchers access to collections that carry importance for academic study or as cultural heritage assets. They cover various funds including archives of official, institutional or personaldocuments and manuscripts authoredas worksof scienceor letters. They helpthe aimsof appraisingthe contentsof the collections andraising
A varietyof specific topics relatingtoscholarly research on history,artandculturecomeunder focus in thisbook through thelensesof leadingspecialists. This is thecollection of thepaperspresentedduringtheInternational RoundTableconductedbyIRCICA andthe National AcademyofSciencesofTajikistan through its Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnography, in Dushanbe, in September 2019. The round table was designed to encompass practical, methodological andotheroperational aspectsof research with respect to multifarious topics involvedin history, art andculture. The resultingspecialized studies are grouped in the book under the area headings of: archeology, architecture, history of art, numismatics, studies on manuscripts and Arabic documents and epigraphy. The authors, participants in the round-table, are experts from academies, universities, museums and cultural institutes. Nineteen articles, with rich illustrations consisting of photographs of monuments and artifacts and reproductions of documents, are collected in this book. The latter is expected to meet theinterestof thescholarly community concerned, increaseawarenessanddeepen theperception of researchersabout the history,artsandculture of Tajikistan and its region.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Islamic History and Civilization in West Africa, October 2018, Abuja
Actes de la Conference Inernationale sur L'Histoire et le Civilisation Islamiques en Afrique de l'ouest Bilad as-Sudan: Mars 2019 Niamey
Proceedings of the International Congress on Islamic Civilisation in Southern Africa
This book contains the papers that were presented at the International Conference on “Protecting Cultural Heritage of the Muslim World” which was coordinatedbyircicain cooperation with the GeneralSecretariatof the OICandISESCO (Rabat) in İstanbul,on 1-2 November2017.Theconferencebrought together specialists working in the area of heritage preservation and/or in heritage projects in countries and with international organizations. Safeguardingof heritagesitesand monumentsatall times, conservingandreconstructing heritagepropertiesaffectedby war,andboostinginternational collaboration in support of restoration and preservation, were discussed at length under all their aspects relating to the Muslim world. Exchange of information andexperiences wasa major featureof theconference.The workingsessionsaddressedthefollowingthemes,amongothers: nationalpolicies and international instruments aiming to protect and promote Islamic cultural heritage – best practices, assessment of outcomes, ways of improvement; education for heritagepreservation; role of museums in thepreservation of cultural heritage; management of cultural heritagepreservation – apossible strategy toprotectandpromotecultural heritageandits implementation mechanisms;protection of cultural heritagein Muslim countries in situationsof conflictat therequestof theirgovernments;advancementof cooperativeaction for theprotection of cultural heritagein al-QudsandPalestine; rebuilding cultural heritage in zones of war and conflict. 14 presentations in English and 10 in Arabic are brought together in the book. The İstanbul Declaration, which consists of an elaborate set of recommendations adopted by the conference, is also included.
Proceedings of the International Symposium on the History of Islamic Civilization in Eastern Africa: September 2013, Zanzibar
Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Balkan Wars at Their Centenary
İslam Medeniyetinde Konya Uluslarlarası Sempozyumu Tebliğleri: Aralık 2016, Konya
Biladü'ş-Şam'da Mimari Miras
An album of the award-winning entries at the Tabriz International Award for Innovation and Creativity in Crafts (2017) has been published. An album of theaward-winningentriesat theTabriz International Awardfor Innovation andCreativityin Crafts (2017) hasbeen published.Theaward was conductedduringthe “Tabriz International Festivalof Arts, Crafts andCreativity” which tookplace in in Tabrizon 7-12 May2017. The album ispublished as of August 2017. The festival and award program were organized by IRCICA and Tabriz University for Islamic Arts in cooperation with the Islamic Culture and Relations Organizations of Iran. The festival gathered innovators and craftspeople in pavilions forming a craft village where they displayed their works, tools and techniques. Awards amounting to $60.000 were distributed in ten Craft Topics. Each crafts theme was allocated three awards of $6.000 in total, in the amount of $3.000, $2.000, and $1.000, respectively. The album constitutes a documentary catalogue of all the winning entries of artisans from various geographical regions of the world. It shows images of the latest achieved creativity by leading master artisans in fields like miniature,gilding, illumination, carpets,kilims, costumes,embroidery, mosaic,decoration,glass worksand many more.The Album ispublishedin English (457 pages) and Arabic (425 pages). At the beginning of the album, a comprehensive Introduction sheds light on the importance of innovation and creativity for our societies in our time. The award encourage creativity and creativity provides continuous living blood to the crafts sector which for no doubt will increasethecreativeabilitiesof youngartisans.Thejury committeeconsistingof craftexperts who havealongandfieldexperiencein thearea ofdeveloping handicrafts tookintoaccountduringtheexamination andinspection of thesubmitted works,all thecharacteristicsandtechnical featuresof
Orta Asya'da İslam Medeniyeti
Osmanlı Belgelerinde Umman
The fifth symposium on the theme “Islamic Civilisation in Volga-Ural Region” was organized jointly by IRCICA, Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, Shehabeddin Merdjani Institute, and Russia Islamic University (Kazan) in June 2012. The papers presented dealt with specific topics and eminent figures within the history of thought and trends of modernization in Volga-Ural region, contacts and exchanges having taken place between the region and various parts of the Muslim world in cultural and educational areas, urban and architectural developments in the region and inter-cultural influences, among others. In the preface Dr. Halit Eren points to the importance of Volga-Ural region in Islamic history. The people of the region converted to Islam over time by gettingacquainted with it through contacts with merchants comingfrom Kharezm and Khorassan.Encouragedbythisdevelopment, Almish Khan, rulerof the Bolghar State in the voga region at the beginning of 10th century, established relations with the Abbasid Caliphate by sending an envoy to Caliph Muqtedir Billah, requesting him to send religious scholars to the Boghar to teach the precepts of Islam. The Caliph responded favourably, sending an Abbasiddelegation tothe Bolghar State in the year922. Almish Khan convertedtoIslam and his statebecame the first Islamic country in the region. The firstaccountof this relationshipis thetravelogueof Ibn Fadlan, who was thesecretary tothe Ambassador in this mission tothe BolgharState. Afterwards cities were foundedin the region with Islamic institutions such as mosques, madrasas andlaw courts. Bolghar city itself turnedintoa vibrant commercial center thatdrew merchants from Arab,Persian,Turkoman,Caspian,Scandinavian and Russian lands. Later,after foundation of Kazan city, Kazan Khanate became the second Islamic state in the region and Islam maintained its vitality for centuries as one of the most important civilizational traditions. These processes and their present heritage are highlighted in the series of symposiums organized by IRCICA in cooperation with governments and academic
İntihar, tüm toplumlar için giderek daha da ciddiye alınması gereken bir sorun hâline gelmektedir. Hem akademik anlamda hem de müdahale çalışmaları çerçevesinde intiharın anlaşılması büyük önem taşımaktadır. Günümüzde intihar, ölüm nedenleri sıralamasında ilk onda yer alıyor. Özellikle genç bireylerin ölümleri mercek altına alındığında oran üçte bire kadar çıkmaktadır. İntiharın neden olduğu kayıplar, kaybedilen hayatlarla da sınırlı kalmaz. İntihar, ardında bıraktığı enkaz sebebiyle ölen kişinin yakınlarını da dalga etkisi altına alır. Bu yanıyla bakıldığında intihar, bireyden topluma doğru yayılan bir kayıp, acı ve ümitsizlik kaynağıdır. Üstelik tüm zorlayıcılığıyla intihar, daha gizli ve konuşulmayan bir boyutun ortaya çıkmasına da neden olur. Bu çalışma, çok katmanlı ve derinden anlaşılması gereken intiharın, farklı bakış açısı ve disiplinler çerçevesinde incelenmesi gerektiğine olan inançtan doğmuştur. Ayrıca bu çalışma ile söz konusu alana katkı sağlanması hedeflenmektedir.Bu doğrultuda hazırlanan ve yirmi farklı başlıktan oluşan bu kitabın üç temel önermesi vardır: intihar anlaşılabilir, intihar önlenebilir, gerçekleşmesi durumunda intihara müdahale edilebilir. Kitabın ilk on bir bölümü klinik yaklaşımları, psikolojik müdahale ve önleme tekniklerini içermektedir. Sonraki dokuz bölüm ise intiharı farklı disiplinler bağlamında okuma ve anlama amacını taşır. İntihara dair bu çok disiplinli kitabın, farklı alandan kişilerin ihtiyaçlarına cevap vereceği düşüncesindeyiz. Alana ilgi duyan tüm okuyucular, lisans ve lisansüstü öğrencileri, akademisyenler, konu ile ilgili kavramsal ve kuramsal araştırma yapan tüm meslek mensupları (sağlık bilimleri, sosyal hizmet, sosyoloji, iletişim ve medya çalışanları vb.) kitabın yarar sağlayacağı gruplar içerisinde sayılabilir.
13-17 October 2010, Skopje, Macedonia, Vol. 1: 752 p. (English and Turkish), Vol. 2: 730 p. (Macedonian, Albanian and Serbian), Sources and Studies onthe History of Islamic Civilization Series nr. 32, IRCICA, Istanbul, 2015This is a collection of the papers that were presented during the international congress on “Islamic Civilisation in the Balkans” held in the MacedoniancapitalSkopjein October2010.Thecongress,organizedin cooperation with the Macedonian AcademyofSciencesand Arts (MANU), was fourth in IRCICA’scongress series that focus on the history andcultures of the Balkan region. The Skopje congress was accorded high patronage andopenedby H.E. GjorgeIvanov,President of the Republic Macedonia.President Ivanov alsoparticipatedin the congress in his capacity as an academician andpresentedapaper.This State support and scholarly contribution extended to the congress underscored the importance attached to its objectives. The first volume containsthe papers that were presented in English or Turkish (39 papers) and the second volume, those presented in Macedonian, Albanian or Serbian (44 papers).Located at crossroads between Europe and Western Asia, the Balkan peoples have been in contact with the Muslim world since at least the 8th century.Various phenomena, including the long experience in trade between the two regions, helped fasten the expansion process, and enhance the notablecultural role,of Islam in the Balkans.Therelationshipbetween the Muslim worldandthe Balkans has notonlybeen oneofencountersandexchangesbutalso one of coexistence. Research papers contributedto the congress addresseda wide range of topics highlightingthe multicultural relations specific tothe Balkan region.IRCICA’s engagement in studies on the region in connection with the history of Islamic civilisation draws from the above aspects of the theme and also
The congress on “China and the Muslim World: Cultural Encounters” was organized jointly by the Chinese AcademyofSocialSciences (CASS, Beijing)andIRCICA. It was thefirst congresson thesubject,aimingtolaunch an exploration of thelongandrich history of cultural contacts and exchanges between two great civilizations, the Chinese and the Islamic. It was understood that in addition to its scholarly importance, exploration of the theme would helptofurther strengthen the existingrelationsbetween China andthe Muslim worldin trade, investment, tourism and cultural sectors. The opening session was addressed by the Chinese Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Zhai Jun. It had high-quality scholarly sessions. Valuable research papers dealt with diverse and often multidisciplinary topics. Thus an important set of studies carrying new information and new analyses were contributed to the existing scholarly literature. The congress also generated research findings concerning the ways and channels of exchanges and their trends in different contexts. These include interactions in philosophy and science through translations of works, reciprocally; mutual influences in arts and architecture; travels and missions for diplomatic, trade,educationalandother motives,among manyothers. In addition tothetreatmentof historical topics,another important contribution of the congress was a discussion on present cultural relations and future perspectives. The inaugural and the closing sessions recorded observations and recommendations of academic and practical relevance. It was recommended among others that the congress be given a periodical character. The book begins with the texts of the opening speeches. Then 25 articles, either in English or in Chinese with English abstracts, are grouped under
IRCICA publishedafirst Volumeof high qualitypaperentitled: HandmadePrayerCarpet through History which comprises395pages:221pages in English and 174 pages in Arabic. Rich with photos of masterpieces of Handmade Prayer Carpets made of silk, wool and cotton from various countries of the Muslim World known in this specific profession like Turkey, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Iran, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Mauritania, in addition to the Sadou weaving of Kuwait. The Volume provide a long introduction which discuss the development process made in the field of Prayer Carpets’ Weaving through history since its inception in regions like Central Asia, Turkey, Iran, North African Countries, Egypt and other various places of the Muslim World. These are the regions which witnessed flourishing times through history in this specific field of profession. The Volume also provide an introduction of the various terms and names used in different geographical regionsm, a classification of the used raw materials, variety of the natural dying, kinds of applied knots, and explanation of the differnet types of looms used in each of such regions. The book is considered as first of its kind specialised in the field of handmade Prayer Carpets weaving. The book also shed lights on the different types of ornamentations used in such masterpieces, providing images of richness in designs which decorated such pieces of carpets which highlight a variety of geometric and floral forms with natural colours that gives another addition to its beauty. The most distinguish aspect of the Volume are the set of unique coloured photos of masterpieces of handmade Prayer Carpets which were woven by a group of master artisans whoare still workingtoday toflourish this sector, and whoinnovateuniquedesigns which goin line with theold masterpiecesofPrayer
Features, Characterictics and Cultural and Economic Contribution of Arts and Handicrafts
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Ayı, kedi ve tavşan tekneleriyle yola çıkıyor!Minikler, bilişsel gelişimleri için özenle hazırlanmış bu hareketli kitaplarla maceranın tadını çıkaracak.
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Islamic Civilisation in South Asia
Panayırda eğlenecek çok şey var!Minikler, bilişsel gelişimleri için özenle hazırlanmış hareketli kitaplarla bu olağanüstü masalın tadını çıkaracak.
Cumhuriyetimiz, Atatürk liderliğinde verilen büyük savaşım sonunda kurulan devletimiz, yüz yaşında. “Asıl mücadelemiz şimdi başlıyor.” diyerek milletini, yeni devletin kurulmasından hemen sonra da yüce hedeflere yönelten Ulu Önder, muasır medeniyetler seviyesine ancak eğitimle ulaşılacağına iman ediyordu. “Silahıyla olduğu gibi dimağıyla da mücadele etmek zorunda olan ulusumuzun birincisinde gösterdiği kudreti ikincisinde de göstereceğine, asla şüphem yoktur.” sözüyle ise eğitimde nitelik ve başarıyı temin etme konusunda da halkına duyduğu güveni ifade ediyordu. Biz de bu büyük devlet ve aziz milletin gerçek gelişiminin eğitimle mümkün olacağına inanıyor ve eğitim ve bilimi her zaman yol gösterici kabul edeceği hususunda ulusumuza tam anlamıyla itimat ediyoruz. Bu güdüyle bu kitapta, eğitimde ideal olanları yani düşüncenin tasarlayabileceği bütün üstün nitelikleri kendinde toplayan uygulama ve politikaları, bilgi birikimimiz ve tecrübelerimiz çerçevesinde dile getirmeye çalıştık. Anlattıklarımızın naçizane bizim fikirlerimiz, önerilerimiz olduğunu okurların dikkatine sunarız. Cumhuriyet’in yüzüncü yılında mutlaka bir iz bırakmak saikiyle hazırladığımız bu eserin tüm okurlara faydalı olmasını umuyoruz.
This book resulted from the congress which was organized jointly by the Royal Institute for the History of Morocco (IRRHM, Rabat) and IRCICA with the collaboration of the Faculty of Letters and Humanities, Mohammed V University, in Rabat. Its theme, with geographical focus on “The Maghreb and Western Mediterranean” and historical reference to the Ottoman period, brought into scope a multitude of issues of the sea and the land, travels and trade, political rivalries, economic competition, dynasties and legal systems. Relations between the states and societies around the Mediterranean, developmentof technology, arts andculture, andthe external andthe internal factors always atplay in this zoneof crossings, all came intothe analysis. Thus the congress covereda wide rangeof subjects. The session theme “DiscoveringThe Other” was addressed with studieson geographers andtravelers with regard to how peoples of the Maghreb and the Ottoman world came to know each other through these sources. Among the texts studied were the works of illustrious Ottoman scientists-geographers such as Piri Reis and Katip Çelebi about Morocco and the writings emanating from Moroccan ambassadorial missions and Moroccan travelers about Ottoman lands. Two sessions were devoted to the theme “Maghrebians and Ottomans”, dealing with a wide gamut of cases of unity and conflict, cooperation and competition, perception and treatment. Another session was devoted to the theme of economy and architecture, with references to European trade in the region, Ottoman legislation on trade, infrastructural developments and mutual influences between Ottoman and Maghrebian architectural styles and elements. The session on “Western Mediterranean between Confrontation and Communication” addressed several specific subjects, including navies, slavery, and pilgrimage routes, while the session titled “Between Localism and Centralism”discussedchallengingtopics in the contextof relationsbetween the Ottoman State andthe regions then falling within andoutside its realm. As to the theme “Maghreb in World History”, it highlighted diverse cases and channels of diplomatic relations within the region placing them in the
A congress was organized jointly by IRCICA and Near East University, Nicosia (Northern Cyprus), on the theme “Islamic Civilization around the Mediterranean”, in December 2010.Papers contributedby scholars andresearchers from all continents aroundthe Mediterranean glimpsedat life in the region atdifferent timeperiods with focuseson Muslims’presence andparticipation in the variousprocesses includingthedevelopmentof cities, art and architecture, science and education, governance and administrative practices. Islam, unlike Christianity and Judaism, was not born in the vicinity of the Mediterranean but reached it by mid-7th century. Then within its first century Islam spread in the southern, eastern and western shores of the Mediterranean Sea. In later centuries, commercial and cultural exchanges between Muslimson one handandEuropeanson theothergrew uninterruptedly,at timesof conflict (such as theCrusades)as wellasofpeace.This contributedto enriching the cultural diversities of the civilizations that evolved around the Mediterranean. The bouquet of good quality studies contained in the book reflects the scope and depth of this multicultural legacy and its Islamic component that is diffused throughout the region.
The International Congress on “The SecondConstitutionalPeriod/Meşrutiyet of the Ottoman State on its Centenary” was organizedby IRCICA in Istanbul, on 7-10 May 2008, with the participation of 106 scholars and researchers presenting 102 papers. The papers are published in this book in their original language: English, Turkish or Arabic. The 1839 Tanzimat andthe 1856 Islahat initiatives of the Ottoman State,proclamation of the Constitution andestablishment of theParliament in 1876, subsequentdismissalof theParliament andsuspension of the Constitution, andits reinstatement thirty years later in 1908, each of these events resulted from theinterplayofexternalandinternal factorsbut wereall motivatedbytheobjectiveofkeepingtheempirein unity.This constitutionalprocessof the Ottoman State inspired many attempts ofdemocratization in otherparts of the world. Some of the ensuingpolitical andideological currents constituted turning points in the history of countries. Similar to other examples ofdissolution of empires in the world, thedecline of the Ottoman empire ledto thebirth of new nation-states of varyingsizes and diverse political regimes. Transformations in the mosaic of nations and communities that had emerged from it continued throughout twentieth century. The papers examine the period from various angles: the factors that prepared the reinstatement of the Ottoman Constitution in 1908, the political, social, economic, cultural, legal and other consequences of the Second Constitution in the capital and in the provinces, its echoes in different partsof the empireandin other countriesof the Eastandthe West, its reflections in thepress, in literature, its impacton educational institutions,among other developments.
A scholarly congress was organized on the theme of “Al- Quds during the Ottoman Era” jointly by IRCICA and the Ministry of Culture of Syria within the frameworkof theprogram “Damascus Capitalof ArabCulture,2009”. Thepapers which werepresentedat the congress havebeen collectedin a volume. The articles in English contained in the volume are: “The development of Al-Haram al-Sharif during Ottoman Rule” by Michael Hamilton Burgoyne; “The early period of Ottoman rule in Jerusalem” by Feridun M. Emecen; “Examples of intellectual life in Jerusalem in the late Ottoman period” by Kairia Kasmieh, and those in Arabic, “Inscriptions and decorations of the Dome of the Rock” by Ahmed Mufti; “Hosting of the nomads from Bersabe in the surroundings of Jerusalem during the reign of Sultan Abdulhamid II” by Asma R. al-Sheikh Khalil; “The Arabic manuscript heritage in Jerusalem” by Iad Khaled Altabba; “Sufism in Jerusalem asobservedbysome Muslim travelers”by Bushra Kheir Bek; “Waqfsandservices in Jerusalem in the18th century AD (1112-1214H./1700-1799)”by Ziad A. M. Madani; “Introduction on justice andsocial relations in Jerusalem duringthe first halfof16th century AD in the light of the Jerusalem Sharia court registers”by Abla S. Muhtadi; “Urban revival in Biladal-Sham towards the endof the Ottoman period(Jerusalem and Aleppo as examples)”by Omar Addaqaq; “Thephenomenon of the expansion of education in Jerusalem in the light of Ottoman – foreign rivalries” (Fazıl Bayat); “Thephysiciansof the hospitalof Jerusalem in the Ottoman period” (M.Yasser Zekkour); “The wallof Jerusalem: its importance, its characteristics and the related tales” (Yousef Saeed Natsheh). In hisPreface, Dr. HalitEren expresses the hopethat thebook will contributeimportantlytoresearch literatureon al-Qudsandalsoserveitsongoingcause by highlighting myriadaspectsof this heritage city that call for consciousness about its cause in worldopinion. “The causeof al-Quds andPalestine is the
Kitabımızın VI ve VII. sayılarında “Müzikte Türler Biçimler/Eser Analizleri I-II” başlığıyla birbirinden değerli akademisyenlerin müzik bilimine ilişkin değerlendirmeleri ve alana katkı sağlayacağını düşündüğümüz kıymetli çalışmalarına yer vermiştik. Aradan geçen 2 senenin ardından bu temayı tekrar ele alarak kitabımızın XII. sayısında da “Müzikte Türler Biçimler/Eser Analizleri III” başlığıyla müzik yolculuğumuza devam etmek istiyoruz. Bununla birlikte konusu itibariyle yazarlar tarafından rağbet gören bu çalışmamızın devamını XIII. sayımızda da masaya yatıracağımızı değerli yazar ve okuyucularımızla paylaşmaktan mutluluk duymaktayız.Kendinizi müzik adına bir tartışmanın içerisinde bulacağınız, Klâsik Türk Müziği, Türk Halk Müziği, Klâsik Batı Müziği, Müzikoloji, Müzik Teorileri ve Müzik Eğitimi alanlarında, akademisyen yazarlarımız tarafından hazırlanan kitap bölümlerimizi, siz okuyucularımızın görüşlerine ve beğenilerine sunuyoruz.
This book contains 17 articles in Arabic, 3 in Turkish and 2 in English that emanated from the congress on “Yemen during the Ottoman Era” which was organizedjointlyby the National ArchivesofYemen andIRCICA in December2009.Thecongressdweltupon avarietyof topics rangingfrom statepolicies towards development and administration to cultural, economic and social life and international relations of the Yemen region during the period of Ottoman rule. In addition to presenting research results, the participants also discussed issues of perspective and methodology and underlined the importance of basing their studies on first-hand archive sources to the possible extent.
Psikanalitik kuramı tanıtmayı amaçlayan Freud'dan Lacan'a Vaka İncelemeleri ve Psikanalitik Değerlendirmeler serisi, ilk iki cildinin yayınlanmasından bu yana gördüğü yoğun ilgi nedeniyle, Lacanyen kuramı geniş bir perspektiften ele aldığı yeni ciltleriyle okuyucusuyla buluşmaya devam etmektedir. Lacanyen kuramı, uygulamalarını, güncel temaları içeren bu seri geniş bir yelpazede ele aldığı konular itibariyle, psikanaliz çalışmaları başta olmak üzere ilgili alanlar için de kapsamlı bir kavramsal derleme sunmaktadır.Okuyucuya sunduğumuz bu üçüncü ciltte, ikinci ciltte olduğu gibi farklı vakalarla yürütülen psikanalitik çalışmaların incelenmesinin yanı sıra, dünya klasiği olmuş edebiyat eserleri ve güncel eserler ile Lacanyen kuramın kavramlarını tanıtan bölümlere yer verilmiştir. Bu kapsamda; annelik, ayna evresi, borromean düğümü, das Ding, kadınlık, otizm, rüya analizi, semptom, sinthome, süblimasyon gibi kavramlar kuram temelinde detaylandırılarak bilinçdışının bu kavramlarla nasıl örtüştüğünün örneklerle tanıtılması amaçlanmıştır.Bilinçdışının güncel hayatımızdaki yerini anlamayı amaçlayan bu kitap serisinin hem kendi yolcuğumuzu anlamlandırmada hem de yürüttüğümüz klinik çalışmalarda yol gösterici ve perspektif genişletici olması dileklerimizle…
The fourth symposium on the theme “Islamic Civilisation in Volga-Ural Region” was held in Ufa, the capital city of Bashkortostan, in October 2010. The previousones hadtaken placein Kazan, Tatarstan in 2001and2005respectivelyand Ufain 2008. Theirproceedings werepublishedearlier; thus with the addition of the present volume, a valuable body of articles in four volumes is now available on multiple historical, cultural and civilizational aspects of Volga-Ural region.
The experience of multi-faith coexistence in the Russian Federation andthedeep-rootedIslamic culture and heritage that is livingin some of its regions, among them Volga-Ural region, constitute a noteworthy dimension in the study of Islamic civilization in its regional achievements. Islam in Volga-Ural region is eleven centuries old; historical records starting with the travelogue of Ibn Fadlan in the tenth century provide evidence of inter-faith contacts developed from then on. IRCICA has been promoting research on this history and throwing light on the historical evidence at the background of the cultural relations that have been growing between the Muslim world on one hand and Russia with its Muslim communities on the other. To this aim IRCICA institutedamongothers this seriesof symposiums, which itorganizedin cooperation with thegovernmentsandacademic institutionsof countries in the region. These activities were encouraged by the Presidents of the host countries according their patronage to the symposiums and their governments’ supportive and constructive partnerships. Thus the fourth congress was organized jointly by the Ministry of Education and Sciences of the Russian Federation, the Government of Bashkortostan, and Bashkir State University. H.E. President Rustem Zakievitch Khamitov, President of Bashkortostan Republic,gave hispatronagetotheeventandparticipatedin theopeningceremony. In addition tothe workingsessionson different topics
v.1 Al-nisf al-awwal min al-qarn 10 H / 16 M.v.2 Awasit al-qarn al-ashir al-Hidjri / al-sadis ashar al-Miladiv.3 Awahir ahd al-Sultan Sulayman al-Qanuniv.4 Al-Haraman al-Sharifan fi ahd al-Sultan Salim al-Thani 974 H /1566 M-982 H-1574 M.v.5-6 Al-Wilayat al-Iraqiya fi ahd al-Sultan Salim al-Thani 1: 974-982 H /1566-1584 M.v.7 Mintiqa al-Khalidj fi al-qarn ashir al-Hidjri / al-sadis ashar al-Miladi v.8 Wilaya al-Djazair fi al-qarn al-ashir al-Hidjri / al-sadis ashar al-Miladi.V.10: Wilaya Tunis fi al-qarn al-ashir al-Hidjri / al-sadis ashr al-Miladi.
This book is the first volume of a series being prepared in the Arabic language to serve researchers in the history of the Ottoman period. in this project, documents relatingtothe Arablandson subjects such asadministrative history, ruraldevelopmentefforts,public works,public health,education, science andscholarship,pressandpublications,arecompiledandtranslatedinto Arabicandpublishedtogether with theLatin-script transcriptionsof thetexts in Ottoman Turkish.This firstvolumecontains104documents in total selectedfrom the Muhimmeregistersof the15th and16th centuries.Theoriginal text of each document is presented side by side with its Arabic translation where the reader can see the excellent loyalty of the latter to the former.
Central Asiaisoneof theregions whereIslam spreadtheearliest, from mid-seventh centuryonwards,andinteractedproductively with thelocal cultures. in consequence the region is marked by a multi-faith structure which produced intellectuals, philosophers and artists of varied cultural backgrounds. Within this framework, the Islamic culture that flourished here gave birth to eminent theologians and jurists, philosophers, astronomers and mathematicians.Someof theleadingcentersof civilization developedin Central Asian cities.Theseandother multifariousaspectsofCentral Asian Islamic cultural history were addressed by the participants in the conference on Islamic Civilization in Central Asia which was held in Astana, Kazakhstan in September 2010. Thepresentbook in two volumes records this contribution for thebenefit of the worldof learning. The first volume contains 31papers presented in English and the second, 38 papers in either Russian or Kazakh.
Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Islamic Civilisation in the Balkans
A collection of the papers which were presented in the English language at the Second International Symposium on Islamic Civilisation in the Balkans which was held in Tirana, Albania, on 4-7 December 2003. The symposium was jointly organised by IRCICA, the Academy of Sciences of Albania, the General Directorate of Archives (Albania), the University of Tirana, and ISAR Foundation of İstanbul. The volume contains thirteen articles. The papers in Turkish and in Albanian will be published in a second volume and a third volume, respectively.
IRCICA hasaresearch projecton the historyand heritageof the waqf institution, which isknown to haveoriginatedin the Muslim world. In thisproject the Centre collects the original sources on waqfs such as the establishment deeds, documents resulting from their operations and if any, reports on their functions; studies them and makes them availablefor researchers.Special consideration isgiven tothe waqfs which areatpresent locatedoutsidethe OIC member countries, in particular those addressingthe Muslim communities and minorities. Theproject started with a focus on the waqfsdatingfrom the Ottoman periodin the Balkan countries. The series titled Ottoman Waqfs in the Balkans was launched with the threevolume firstbook Ottoman Waqfs in the Balkans: Waqf Deeds, Bulgariain 2012.Thesecondstageof theproject coveredthe waqfs whch wereestablishedin Greece.Theresultingfive-volume bookcomprises thelists, textsandtransliterationsof487 waqfdeedsbelongingto waqfsestablishedin 54townshipsandvillagesbetween theyears1427 -1912.Thedocuments werecollectedfrom thearchivesof the General Directorateof WaqfsofTurkey, theTurkish Prime Ministry’s Ottoman Archives,and the archives of Topkapı Palace, Istanbul. Information collated about the waqfs on the basis of their deeds, i.e. founding documents is presented systematically in Balkanlarda Osmanlı Vakıfları: Vakfiyeler,Yunanistan (Ottoman Waqfs in the Balkans: Waqf Deeds, Greece) Ed. Halit Eren;Preparedby Halit Eren, Mustafa Oğuz, Zekai Mete,5volumes, IRCICA, Istanbul,2017(texts in Arabic,English,Turkish) reader-friendlytables in what constitutesafull recordof the waqfs indicatingthedateof thedeed, identity(ies) of its founder(s), donations registered, its purpose, objectives and activities, rituals and rules of conduct, people who worked for the waqf, revenue items, beneficiaries, etc. The waqfs are arranged according to the names of the townships. Tables are added with such data and information as the numbers of waqfs according to townships, types of charities, statuses and titles of the waqf founders, the types of tradesmen operating in the waqf
Günümüzün modern toplumlarında kadınlar, tarih boyunca yaşadıkları deneyimler ve mücadeleleriyle şekillenen önemli aktörler olarak kabul edilmektedir. Kadınların tarihsel, kültürel, sosyal ve ekonomik bağlamdaki rolü, çağlar boyunca çeşitlilik kazanarak zengin bir hikayeyi yansıtmaktadır. Farklı disiplinlerden önemli akademisyenlerin katkılarıyla bir araya getirilen bu kitap, kadınların tarih boyunca yaşadığı deneyimleri ve günümüz toplumlarındaki konumunu anlamak isteyen okurlar için önemli bir kaynak niteliği taşıyor. Tarih, edebiyat, sosyoloji, psikoloji ve feminizm gibi farklı disiplinlerden gelen derinlemesine çalışmalar, kadınların evrensel ve bölgesel anlamda tecrübe ettiği zorlukları, başarıları ve toplumun genel algısını yansıtıyor."Kadın ve Yaşam", kadınların günlük yaşamlarındaki deneyimlerine, aile yapısına, eğitim ve iş hayatındaki yerlerine, siyasi katılımlarına ve toplumsal değişimdeki rollerine odaklanarak, kadınların evrenine kapı açıyor. Kitapta, Eski çağlardan Orta Çağ'a, sanayi devriminden modern çağa uzanan uzun bir süreç içinde kadınların rolü, değişen toplumsal normlar ve mücadeleleri inceleniyor.Farklı disiplinlerden uzmanların katkılarıyla oluşturulan bu kitap, hem akademisyenlerin hem de genel okuyucuların ilgisini çekecek bir kaynaktır. "Kadın ve Yaşam” okurlarını, kadınların geçmişteki köklerinden günümüzdeki etkileyici varlıklarına uzanan bir keşfe davet ediyor.Bu kitap, nesilden nesile tüm benliğiyle kaynak oluşturan kadınlara gelsin…
Otobüs bugün nereye gidecek?Minikler, bilişsel gelişimleri için özenle hazırlanmış hareketli kitaplarla bu heyecanlı masalın tadını çıkaracak.
The volume comprising the papers which were presented at the International Symposium on Islamic Civilisation in Volga-Ural Region, held in Kazan, Tatarstan (9-11June2001) hasbeen published.Thepapersarepublishedin thelanguagein which they werepresented, i.e.English, Russian andTurkish, with a summary in English of all the papers.
Thispublication resultedfrom alarge-scaleresearch project IRCICA undertookon thesubjectof the waqf institution.The waqfasatypeof foundation was born in the Muslimworld to serve a variety of functions ranging from the provision of basic means of subsistence to education, from charitable deeds to building mosques. The waqf also served as a model and found application outside the Muslim world with certain adaptations. In this research project IRCICA aims tocollect theoriginal sourceson waqfs such as theestablishmentdeeds, thedocuments resultingfrom theiroperationsandifany, thereports on their functions, to study them and to make them available for researchers. Special consideration is given to the waqfs which are at present located outside the OIC member countries, in particular those addressing the Muslim communities and minorities. The project started with a focus on the waqfs datingfrom the Ottoman periodin the Balkan countries. The firstoutcome is a three-volumepublication devotedtothe waqfs in Bulgaria. In thisproject the Centre collected and transliterated the deeds of 290 waqfs established in Bulgaria and published these transliterations together with the reproductionsof theoriginaldocuments.Thedeedsof10of these waqfsarein Arabicandallothers in Ottoman Turkish. In thebookthetextsof thedeeds are grouped according to the cities or districts. A summary of each document is provided, to make it useful also for those who do not read the Ottoman language.
This volume highlights examples of images of innovative craft works from various regions of the Muslim world which have made theseproducts flourish through theages towards sublime.Theseexamples reflect theauthenticityof thecraftproductsandthetraditionalartsas theyareappliedin architecture, calligraphy,gilding, arabesque,bookbinding, miniature,pottery, engravingon woodandother works. They are expressionsofbeauty andsplendour and productsof a creative spirit. The volume alsogives an overview of the experiencesof some member countries in the fieldof crafts andsome craftspeople, in order to make these experiences shared by others, encourage cooperation and promote exchanges of views on the different techniques used. The volumealsoaims toprovidea much neededdocumentation of scholarly naturerelatingtothevarious Islamic craft worksas recordedon thespot, through field work. This documentation is supplemented with data and explanatory tables on the present state of this sector. Thereader willalsofindinformation on theeconomicandfinancialaspects, theroleofgovernmentsandpatronage,dataanddocumentation concerning this sector, the markets, channels of distribution, product development and promotion, among others.
A collection ofarticles thatexaminethesocialandculturalenvironment surroundingscientificactivityanditseffectson thedevelopmentofearly modern scienceduringthe16th and17th centuries, in European andIslamic contexts. Mostof thearticles werepresentedat the workshopon thetheme“Science and Human Values” which wasorganisedbytheEuropean ScienceFoundation in cooperation with IRCICA andtheTurkish Societyfor HistoryofScience,on 6-7 October 2001, at IRCICA, İstanbul. The workshop was co-chaired by by Prof. Dr. Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu, Secretary General of the Organisation of the IslamicConference, who was then the Director Generalof IRCICA (1980 – Dec.2004),andProf. Dr. John Hedley Brookefrom Oxford University,Chairman of the European Science Foundation. İhsanoğluand Brooke also cooperatedin editingthebook forpublication by IRCICA. The research articles containedin the present book review some trends and developments of early modern science during the 16th and 17th centuries, and explore how various values affectedthem,eitherpositivelyor negatively.Particularattention isdevotedtovaluesbasedon religion, with someof thearticlesgiving new insights into the relation between science and religion and suggesting the proper perspectives to be adopted in the analysis of this relation.
The International Symposium on Islamic Civilization in the Balkans was organized by IRCICA in cooperation with the Institute of Higher Islamic Studies (Sofia), the Institute of Balkan Studies-Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Sofia), Centre of Oriental Languages andCultures (Sofia University), International Centrefor MinorityStudiesandIntercultural Relations (IMIR) (Sofia)andFoundation for Research on Islamic History, ArtandCulture(IRCICA) (İstanbul). A totalof86papers werepresented.Thepapers, subsequently revisedby theirauthors,arepublishedin twoseparatevolumes:onefor thosein Turkish and another for those in English and Bulgarian.
Thisbookillustrates thepresent stateof “TraditionalCarpetsand Kilims” in variouspartsof the Muslim worldtogether with a historicalbackgroundof the sector representing its cultural and heritage aspects. Through this volume, the reader will enjoy the opportunity of knowing closely the sector of traditional carpets and kilims in countries where publications on such topics often appeared only in local languages. This work is considered as a documentary, photographing the characteristics and beauty of carpets and kilims not only in the Muslim countries such as Algeria, Azerbaijan, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Iran, Kuwait, Malaysia, Morocco,Pakistan,Palestine, Qatar, Kazakhstan, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Uzbekistan,Yemen Republic, but also in some other countries such as Venezuela, India, South Africa, as well as the Indian Navajo carpets in the U.S.A. Thebookdeals with such particular technicalaspectsof thesubjectas theuseof naturaldyesandthe new methodsusedin analysingthem chemically to determine the age of the carpets. The book also provides a clarification of the symbols, forms, and designs used in traditional carpets and kilims. It illustrates with diagrams these designs, the types of looms and their various parts and the spinning process. It examines the raw materials, their treatment, and the traditional tools used in carpet weaving, as well as the lines used in textile weaving. The reader will also find the reports on field surveysandstatistical studies relatingtothecarpetandkilim markets; theproblemsandchallengesencountered, importandexportof traditional carpets and kilims and their country-wise distribution, trends observed in buyers’ preferences, demand and supply, price trends, and many other aspects and issues.
The symposium on Science Institutions in Islamic Civilisation was organised by IRCICA with the cooperation of the Turkish Society for History of Science (TBTK), UNESCO and the Third World Academy of Science (TWAS), in İstanbul, 1991. As to the symposium on Science and Technology in the Turkish and Islamic World, it wasorganised with the collaboration of the Turkish Society for Historyof Science (TBTK), Bosphorus and Marmara Universities (İstanbul) and the Uzbekstan Academy of Sciences, on the occasion of the 600th birthday of Ulugh Bey and the 125th anniversary of the foundation of Kandilli Observatory (İstanbul). The book contains twenty-three research papers which were presented during these symposia.
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Sultan 2. Abdülhamid Arşivi İstanbul Fotoğrafları - Photographs of Istanbul From the Archives of Sultan Abdülhamid 2
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