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

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

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


  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

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  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
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