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Memories and Stories of Bodrum's Jewish Community Cevdet Mehmet Köseme

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Memories and Stories of Bodrum's Jewish Community
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Some may know Bodrum as a pleasant vacation spot in Southwestern Turkey. Few, however, would know this town as the home of a small but influential Jewish community that thrived until the mid-20th century. In this book, artist and researcher C. M. Kösemen uses historic sources and interviews to flesh out the first comprehensive overview of this little-known Sephardic community.

Here you will find compelling stories and poignant memories; of ancient Jewish settlements in the remote corners of the Bodrum peninsula; of pleasant family relations between Turks and Jews; of wartime hardships and near-escapes; of people like Janet Akyüz Mattei, who went on to become one of the world's greatest astrophysicists; of Abraham Galante the historian; and more…

Illustrated with detailed black-and-white photographs and annotated with footnotes that explain local nuances, this book also contains a touristic itinerary of Judaic sites in the vicinity of Bodrum.

Introduction
Notes on names and spelling
Dramatis personae - notable Jewish residents of Bodrum
Surrounding Jewish communities: Milas, Kos, Rhodes, Antalya, Marmaris, Köyceğiz, Fethiye
The ancient history of Bodrum's Jews
Bodrum's Jews towards the 20th century
The Bodrum Jewish community in Abraham Galante's Histoire des Juifs de Turquie
Abraham Galante's life in his own words
Bodrum's Jews in Turkish memoirs
Bodrum's Jews as remembered by Haris Tengiz
Bodrum's Jews in the memoirs of Hüseyin Ayaz
Memories of Bodrum's Jews and "Avram's Slope" as told by Mehmet "Dalavera" Özgüreli
Bodrum's Jewish Community in the memoirs of Selçuk Erez
Hebrew inscriptions and a Jewish antiques smuggler at the Bodrum Castle, as told by Cahit Kayra
Confusions about "Avram's Slope", Avram Galanti and Abraham Galante
Bodrum's Jews and "Avram's Slope" in the memoirs of Hüseyin Yeter Şakar
"Avram's Slope" today
The remnants of Bodrum's Jewish heritage, as witnessed by Ayşe Gürsan-Salzmann and Laurence Salzmann
Views and details from the Bodrum Jewish Cemetery
Bodrum's Jews as remembered by Orhan Dumanlı
Bodrum's Jews as remembered by Mediha Dumanlı (b. 1919)
Bodrum's Jews as remembered by Bekir Çelik (b. 1936)
Views of Eski Hükümet Street, Bodrum's old Jewish quarter
Bodrum in the memories of Hayim Akyüz
Bodrum in the memories of Kadem Şenkal
The life and legacy of Janet Akyüz Mattei
The life and accomplishments of Rafael Akyüz
"The Jew who told he was Muslim": The tribulations of Gabriel Kapuloto
Conclusion: Bodrum today
Appendix: A touristic itinerary of Bodrum's Jewish sites
Appendix: Names from the Bodrum Jewish Cemetery
Appendix: Data on asteroid 11695 Mattei - named in honour of Janet Akyüz Mattei
Appendix: Surnames from a 3000-name family tree of Jews from Rhodes and Turkey by Victor Alkana & Petros Michailidis/p>
Bibliography and further reading
Index

  • Açıklama
    • Some may know Bodrum as a pleasant vacation spot in Southwestern Turkey. Few, however, would know this town as the home of a small but influential Jewish community that thrived until the mid-20th century. In this book, artist and researcher C. M. Kösemen uses historic sources and interviews to flesh out the first comprehensive overview of this little-known Sephardic community.

      Here you will find compelling stories and poignant memories; of ancient Jewish settlements in the remote corners of the Bodrum peninsula; of pleasant family relations between Turks and Jews; of wartime hardships and near-escapes; of people like Janet Akyüz Mattei, who went on to become one of the world's greatest astrophysicists; of Abraham Galante the historian; and more…

      Illustrated with detailed black-and-white photographs and annotated with footnotes that explain local nuances, this book also contains a touristic itinerary of Judaic sites in the vicinity of Bodrum.

      Introduction
      Notes on names and spelling
      Dramatis personae - notable Jewish residents of Bodrum
      Surrounding Jewish communities: Milas, Kos, Rhodes, Antalya, Marmaris, Köyceğiz, Fethiye
      The ancient history of Bodrum's Jews
      Bodrum's Jews towards the 20th century
      The Bodrum Jewish community in Abraham Galante's Histoire des Juifs de Turquie
      Abraham Galante's life in his own words
      Bodrum's Jews in Turkish memoirs
      Bodrum's Jews as remembered by Haris Tengiz
      Bodrum's Jews in the memoirs of Hüseyin Ayaz
      Memories of Bodrum's Jews and "Avram's Slope" as told by Mehmet "Dalavera" Özgüreli
      Bodrum's Jewish Community in the memoirs of Selçuk Erez
      Hebrew inscriptions and a Jewish antiques smuggler at the Bodrum Castle, as told by Cahit Kayra
      Confusions about "Avram's Slope", Avram Galanti and Abraham Galante
      Bodrum's Jews and "Avram's Slope" in the memoirs of Hüseyin Yeter Şakar
      "Avram's Slope" today
      The remnants of Bodrum's Jewish heritage, as witnessed by Ayşe Gürsan-Salzmann and Laurence Salzmann
      Views and details from the Bodrum Jewish Cemetery
      Bodrum's Jews as remembered by Orhan Dumanlı
      Bodrum's Jews as remembered by Mediha Dumanlı (b. 1919)
      Bodrum's Jews as remembered by Bekir Çelik (b. 1936)
      Views of Eski Hükümet Street, Bodrum's old Jewish quarter
      Bodrum in the memories of Hayim Akyüz
      Bodrum in the memories of Kadem Şenkal
      The life and legacy of Janet Akyüz Mattei
      The life and accomplishments of Rafael Akyüz
      "The Jew who told he was Muslim": The tribulations of Gabriel Kapuloto
      Conclusion: Bodrum today
      Appendix: A touristic itinerary of Bodrum's Jewish sites
      Appendix: Names from the Bodrum Jewish Cemetery
      Appendix: Data on asteroid 11695 Mattei - named in honour of Janet Akyüz Mattei
      Appendix: Surnames from a 3000-name family tree of Jews from Rhodes and Turkey by Victor Alkana & Petros Michailidis/p>
      Bibliography and further reading
      Index

      Stok Kodu
      :
      9786057884176
      Boyut
      :
      14x21
      Sayfa Sayısı
      :
      195 s.
      Basım Yeri
      :
      İstanbul
      Baskı
      :
      1
      Basım Tarihi
      :
      2019
      Resimleyen
      :
      Cevdet Mehmet Kösemen
      Kapak Türü
      :
      Karton Kapak
      Kağıt Türü
      :
      1. Hamur
      Dili
      :
      İngilizce
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