Representations of the ?Other/s? in the Mediterranean World and Their Impact on the Region co-edited by Nedret Kuran-Burçoğlu & Susan Gilson Miller
Preface Introduction Part I: Comparative Imagological Approaches. *1. Enrique Banús: Between Atlantic and Mediterranean: Spain?s Imagological Antagonisms *2. Katica Kulavkova: The Mediterranean ?Chronotopos? and its ?Differentia Specifica? SPart II: Historical Perspectives. *3. Mladen Ancvicv & Stipe Grgas: Medieval Bosnia and Trans-Adriatic Traffic in Images and Good *4. Lily Hamourtziadou: The People?s Myths: The Case of the Bosnian Nations *5. Mustafa Soykut: A Practical Application of ?Otherness? in Political History: The Italian Case and The Ottoman Empire (15th-18th Centuries) *6. Alexander Kitroeff: Greek Images of the Ottomans and Turks *7. Hercules Millas: The ?Other? and Nationbuilding ? The Testimony of Greek and Turkish Novels *8. Avi Rubin: East, West, Ottomans and Zionists ? Internalized Orientalism at the Turn of the 20th Century Part III: Current Perceptions. *9. George Terzis: The ?Other?/ ?Turk? in the Greek National Media: The Construction of ?Oppositional Metaphors? *10. Gül İnanç Barkay: Representations of ?Other/s? in the ?Virtual World?: www.other.gov/cyprus *11. Nida Bikmen/ Diane Sunar: Representing the Ethnic ?Other?: Stereotypes of Ethnic Groups in Turkey
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