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FROM MAHMUD KAŞGARİ TO EVLİYA ÇELEBİ Studies in Middle Turkic and Ottoman Literatures

Author Name Robert DANKOFF
Other Informations 2008 508p
ISBN 975-428-366-2
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Part 1: MIDDLE TURKIC





  1. Qarakhanid Literature and the Beginnings of Turco-Islamic Culture. In: Central Asian Monuments (ed. Hasan B. Paksoy, Istanbul, 1992), 73-80


  2. On Nature in Karakhanid Literature. Journal of Turkish Studies 4 (1980), 7-35


  3. Three Turkic Verse Cycles Relating to Inner Asian Warfare. Harvard Ukrainian Studies 3/4, 1979-80 (= Eucharisterion Omeljan Pritsak, Part 1), 151-65


  4. Inner Asian Wisdom Traditions in the Pre-Mongol Period. Journal of the American Oriental Society 101.1 (1981), 87-95


  5. Kashgari on the Tribal and Kinship Organization of the Turks. Archivum Ottomanicum 4 (1972), 23-43


  6. Kashgari on the Beliefs and Superstitions of the Turks. Journal of the American Oriental Society 95.1 (1975), 68-80


  7. The Alexander Romance in the Diwan Lughat at-Turk. Humaniora Islamica 1 (1973), 233-44


  8. Baraq and Buraq. Central Asiatic Journal 15.2 (1971), 102-17


  9. Middle Turkic Vulgarisms. In: Aspects of Altaic Civilization II (ed. L. V. Clark and P. A. Draghi, Bloomington, Indiana, 1978), 59-64


  10. Introduction to Wisdom of Royal Glory (Chicago, l983)


  11. Textual Problems in Kutadgu Bilig. Journal of Turkish Studies 3 (1979), 89-99.


  12. Animal Traits in the Army Commander. Journal of Turkish Studies 1 (1977), 95-112


  13. Some Notes on the Middle Turkic Glosses. Journal of Turkish Studies 5 (1981), 41-44





    Part 2:OTTOMAN









  14. The Lyric in the Romance: The Use of Ghazals in Persian and Turkish Masnavis. Journal of Near Eastern Studies 43.1 (1984), 9-25


  15. The Romance of Iskender and Gülshah. In: Turkic Culture: continuity and Change (ed. S. M. Akural, 1987 = Indiana University Turkish Studies 6), 95-103


  16. Inner and Outer Oguz in Dede Korkut. Turkish Studies Association Bulletin 6.2 (1982), 21-25


  17. The Seyahatname of Evliya Çelebi as a Literary Monument. Journal of Turkish Literature 2 (2005), 71-83


  18. Turkic Languages and Turkish Dialects according to Evliya Çelebi. Altaica Osloensia: Proceedings from the 32nd Meeting of the Permanent International Altaistic Conference, ed. Bernt Brendemoen, Oslo, 1990, 89-102


  19. The Languages of the World according to Evliya Çelebi. Journal of Turkish Studies 13 (1989 = Gerhard Doerfer Festschrift),


  20. Evliya Çelebi on the Armenian Language of Sivas in 1650. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 4 (1983), 47-56


  21.  “Mı∫disi”: An Armenian Source for the Seyahatname. Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 76 (1986 = Festschrift Andreas Tietze), 73-79


  22. Marrying a Sultana: The Case of Melek Ahmed Pasha. In: Decision Making and Change in the Ottoman Empire (ed. Caesar E. Farah, Kirksville, Missouri, 1993), 169-182 


  23.  An Unpublished Account of mum söndürmek in the Seyahatname of Evliya Chelebi. In: Bektachiyya: Études sur l’ordre mystique des Bektachis et les groupes relevant de Hadji Bektach (ed. A. Popovic and G. Veinstein, Istanbul: Isis, 1995), 69-73 


  24.  Establishing the Text of Evliya Çelebi’s Seyahatname: A Critique of Recent Scholarship and Suggestions for the Future. Archivum Ottomanicum 18 (2000), 139-44


  25. “Shall We Tear Down That Observatory?” Evliya Çelebi and Philology. [unpublished English original of: “Şu Rasadı Yıkalım mı” Evliya Çelebi ve Filoloji. In: Evliya Çelebi ve Seyahatname (ed. Nurhan Tezcan & Kadir Atlansoy, Doğu Akdeniz Üniversitesi, 2002), 99-118


  26. Some Reflections on the Editing of Book 9 of the Seyahatname. In: İzzet Gündağ Kayaoğlu Hatıra Kitabı: Makaleler (ed. Oktay Belli, Yücel Dağlı, M. Sinan Genim; Istanbul, 2005), 122-32


  27. Some Reflections on the Editing of Book 10 of the Seyahatname. In: Journal of Turkish Studies 30/1 (2007 = In memoriam Şinasi Tekin, I), 225-235. 


  28.  Two Armeno-Turkish Texts: Lament for a Dead Daughter and Game of Chance. Journal of Turkish Studies 14 (1990 = Fahir İz Festschrift I), 151-162 


  29. “The Story of Faris and Vena”: Eremya Çelebi’s Turkish Version of an Old French Romance. Journal of Turkish Studies 26 (2002 = Essays in Honour of Barbara Flemming), I, 107-61