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Studies in Travel Writing: Journal

Studies in Travel Writing Vol 16 No 4 (2012)

Published by: Routledge

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Special Issue: Travelling to Anatolia, the Ottoman Empire, and the Republic of Turkey
edited by Gerald Maclean and Landry Donna
  • Introduction: On the Road in Anatolia and Beyond Donna Landry and Gerald MacLean
  • 'Going to Constantinople': English Wager-Journeys to the Ottoman World in the Early-Modern Period Anthony Parr
  • In the Company of Franks: British Identification in the Early Modern Levant Eva Johanna Holmberg
  • Worlds Apart and Interwoven: Orthodox, Syrian and Ottoman Cultures in Paul of Aleppo's Memoirs Hasan Çolak
  • Going Round the Province for Progress and Prosperity: Inspection Tours and Reports by Late Ottoman Governors Abdulhamit Kirmizi
  • A Wartime Tourist Trail: Mesopotamia in the British Imagination, 1914-1918 Nadia Attia
  • Recording the Transformation of Urban Landscapes in Turkey: The Diaries of Kurt Erdmann and Ernst Diez Patricia Blessing
  • Mavi Yolculuk (Blue Voyage): A Journey of Self-Discovery During the Early Decades of the Turkish Republic (1945-1969) Özlem Berk Albachten
Book Reviews
  • Robert Dankoff and Sooyong Kim (ed and trans), An Ottoman Traveller: Selections from the 'Book of Travels' of Evilya Çelebi (Donna Landry)
  • Katherine Salahi (ed), Knowledge is Light: Travellers in the Near East (Julia Schleck)
  • Geoffrey Nash (ed), Travellers in the Middle East from Burckhardt to Thesiger: An Anthology (James Canton)
  • Richard Stoneman, Across the Hellespont: A Literary Guide to Turkey (Caroline Finkel)
 

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