Writing Turkey

Explorations in Turkish history, politics, and cultural identity

Edited by Gerald MacLean

Published by Middlesex University Press

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Contributors: Alev Adil, Tunc Aybak, David Barchard, Mehmet Ali Berand, Andrew Finkel, Maureen Freely, Fadi Hakura, Reina Lewis, Gabriel Piterberg, Elif Shafak, Nukhet Sirman, Mehmet Ugur, Fazile Zahir

“Writing Turkey isn’t just essential reading for anyone interested in Turkey’s past, but a primer, too, on the questions that surround Turkey’s future. Inspired and intelligent, often shocking and always delightful, each of these essays deals with the live issues that confront us all, and together offer crucial insights into the uses of history itself” Jason Goodwin, author of Lords of the Horizons and The Janissary Tree

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