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Anti-Greek Riots of 6  -7 September 1955 and Their Effects in Istanbul's
Anti-Greek Riots of 6 -7 September 1955 and Their Effects in Istanbul's #smrgKİTABEVİ
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Kuzguncuk is a small, popular village in Istanbul near the Bosphorus. According to most official and unofficial written and oral documents, Kuzguncuk was a village of mostly Jews, Greeks, and Armenians rather than Muslim Turks up until the mid-twentieth century. In other words, the neighborhood is usually described by residents and in local and official discourses as a village of peace, harmony, and tolerance. These narratives create the identity of Kuzguncuk as a happy, peaceful and harmonic village.

Kuzguncuk's non-Muslim population started to decrease following the Turkification and homogenization practices of the Turkish nation-state such as Turkifying street names (the 1930s), the Capital Tax (1942), 6-7 September Pogrom (1955), the deportation of Greeks (1964), and Cyprus military operation (1974). Most of the Greeks and Jews were forcibly or voluntarily migrated to Greece and Israel. Specifically, the events of 6-7 September directly damaged Kuzguncuk's non-Muslims because looters attacked several non-Muslim houses and shops. Unfortunately, recent statistics reveal that the current non-Muslim population of Kuzguncuk is only 1 percent of the total population of the village. Kuzguncuk lost its multicultural characteristic though Muslim Kuzguncuk residents hold up the multiethnic characteristic of the village in their nostalgic discourses.

The general objective of this book is to unpack the historical facts of the Turkish Republic's homogenization and Turkification practices via an analysis of the case of Kuzguncuk. In other words, this study is a memory work of one of the well-known villages of Istanbul.

İÇİNDEKİLER
Abbreviations
List of Figures
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Oral History And Memory Studies
Brief Introduction To Oral History
Memory Studies
The Concept Of Minority And The Development Of Minority Studies
The Outline Of The Research
On The Way to Kuzguncuk's Ethnoreligious Homogenization
Non-Muslims İn The Ottoman Empire
The General Landscape Of Minorities İn Turkey
The Construction Of The Turkish Nation State And National Identity
The History Of Nationalization İn The Ottoman Empire And The Turkish Republic (1915-1974)
The Armenian Massacres
The Greek-Turkish Population Exchange
The Thrace Pogroms
The Conscription Of Non-Muslim Men Into Labour Battalions
The Capital Tax
The Deportation Of Greek Nationals
The Cyprus Military Operation Of 1974
The 6-7 September 1955 Events (The Pogrom)
The Pogrom in Kuzguncuk: Violence And Common Narratives
Remembering Kuzguncuk's Demographic Composition Before The Pogrom
The Beginning Of The Pogrom İn Kuzguncuk
Violence İn Kuzguncuk During The Pogrom
A Comparison Of Memories Of Protection, Altruism And Violence İn Kuzguncuk
The Consequences Of The Pogrom İn Kuzguncuk,
Economic Transformation and Appropriation of Minorities' Properties in Kuzguncuk
Spaces Of Kuzguncuk
The Victims Of The Capital Tax
Confiscation Of The Non-Muslims' Properties İn Kuzguncuk
Nationalization and Islamization of Kuzguncuk's Spaces and Architecture
The Renaming Of Kuzguncuk's Streets
The Construction Of Kuzguncuk's Mosque
The Nationalization Of Kuzguncuk's Shops And Restaurants
The "Citizen, Speak Turkish!" Campaign İn Kuzguncuk
Attacks On Non-Muslims' Properties After 1964
Conclusion
Appendıces
Bıblıography
Index

  • Açıklama
    • Kuzguncuk is a small, popular village in Istanbul near the Bosphorus. According to most official and unofficial written and oral documents, Kuzguncuk was a village of mostly Jews, Greeks, and Armenians rather than Muslim Turks up until the mid-twentieth century. In other words, the neighborhood is usually described by residents and in local and official discourses as a village of peace, harmony, and tolerance. These narratives create the identity of Kuzguncuk as a happy, peaceful and harmonic village.

      Kuzguncuk's non-Muslim population started to decrease following the Turkification and homogenization practices of the Turkish nation-state such as Turkifying street names (the 1930s), the Capital Tax (1942), 6-7 September Pogrom (1955), the deportation of Greeks (1964), and Cyprus military operation (1974). Most of the Greeks and Jews were forcibly or voluntarily migrated to Greece and Israel. Specifically, the events of 6-7 September directly damaged Kuzguncuk's non-Muslims because looters attacked several non-Muslim houses and shops. Unfortunately, recent statistics reveal that the current non-Muslim population of Kuzguncuk is only 1 percent of the total population of the village. Kuzguncuk lost its multicultural characteristic though Muslim Kuzguncuk residents hold up the multiethnic characteristic of the village in their nostalgic discourses.

      The general objective of this book is to unpack the historical facts of the Turkish Republic's homogenization and Turkification practices via an analysis of the case of Kuzguncuk. In other words, this study is a memory work of one of the well-known villages of Istanbul.

      İÇİNDEKİLER
      Abbreviations
      List of Figures
      Acknowledgements
      Introduction
      Oral History And Memory Studies
      Brief Introduction To Oral History
      Memory Studies
      The Concept Of Minority And The Development Of Minority Studies
      The Outline Of The Research
      On The Way to Kuzguncuk's Ethnoreligious Homogenization
      Non-Muslims İn The Ottoman Empire
      The General Landscape Of Minorities İn Turkey
      The Construction Of The Turkish Nation State And National Identity
      The History Of Nationalization İn The Ottoman Empire And The Turkish Republic (1915-1974)
      The Armenian Massacres
      The Greek-Turkish Population Exchange
      The Thrace Pogroms
      The Conscription Of Non-Muslim Men Into Labour Battalions
      The Capital Tax
      The Deportation Of Greek Nationals
      The Cyprus Military Operation Of 1974
      The 6-7 September 1955 Events (The Pogrom)
      The Pogrom in Kuzguncuk: Violence And Common Narratives
      Remembering Kuzguncuk's Demographic Composition Before The Pogrom
      The Beginning Of The Pogrom İn Kuzguncuk
      Violence İn Kuzguncuk During The Pogrom
      A Comparison Of Memories Of Protection, Altruism And Violence İn Kuzguncuk
      The Consequences Of The Pogrom İn Kuzguncuk,
      Economic Transformation and Appropriation of Minorities' Properties in Kuzguncuk
      Spaces Of Kuzguncuk
      The Victims Of The Capital Tax
      Confiscation Of The Non-Muslims' Properties İn Kuzguncuk
      Nationalization and Islamization of Kuzguncuk's Spaces and Architecture
      The Renaming Of Kuzguncuk's Streets
      The Construction Of Kuzguncuk's Mosque
      The Nationalization Of Kuzguncuk's Shops And Restaurants
      The "Citizen, Speak Turkish!" Campaign İn Kuzguncuk
      Attacks On Non-Muslims' Properties After 1964
      Conclusion
      Appendıces
      Bıblıography
      Index

      Stok Kodu
      :
      9786057884435
      Boyut
      :
      14x21
      Sayfa Sayısı
      :
      172 s.
      Basım Yeri
      :
      İstanbul
      Baskı
      :
      1
      Basım Tarihi
      :
      2019
      Resimleyen
      :
      Cevdet Mehmet Kösemen
      Kapak Türü
      :
      Karton Kapak
      Kağıt Türü
      :
      Enzo
      Dili
      :
      İngilizce
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