Becoming Turkish : nationalist reforms and cultural negotiations in early republican Turkey, 1923-1945 / Hale Yılmaz
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Dressing the nation's citizens : men's clothing reforms in the early republic -- Women, politics, and the culture of dress in the making of a new Turkish nation -- Language : a new Turkish script for a new and literate Turkish nation -- Celebrating national holidays.
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"In this highly original book, Hale Yllmaz uses hitherto unavailable archival material and oral history accounts to analyze aspects of everyday culture in interwar Turkey that scholars know about but have not looked at closely. Her wide-ranging examination of the social impact of Kemalist reforms shows that while people s responses ranged from enthusiastic approbation to intense hostility, most Turks found ways to adapt to state policies that aimed at transforming society." Houchang Chehabi, Professor of International Relations and History, Boston University
Print version: Yılmaz, Hale. Becoming Turkish : nationalist reforms and cultural negotiations in early republican Turkey, 1923-1945. Syracuse, New York : Syracuse University Press,  xv, 328 pages ; 24 cm. Modern intellectual and political history of the Middle East 9780815633174 (DLC) 10835929
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