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E. Fuat Keyman is professor of international relations at Koc University, Turkey.
Chapter 1 Foreword
Chapter 2 Introduction: Modernity and Democracy in Turkey
Part 3 Part I. Ottoman Presence
Chapter 4 Chapter 1. OttomanAwqaf, Turkish Modernization, and Citizenship
Chapter 5 Chapter 2. Reflections of European Self-Images in Ottoman Mirrors
Part 6 Part II. Problematizing Turkish Modernity
Chapter 7 Chapter 3.Laiklik and Turkey's "Cultural" Modernity: Releasing Turkey into conceptual space occupied by Europe
Chapter 8 Chapter 4. From Culture of Politics to Politics of Culture: Reflections on Turkish modernity
Chapter 9 Chapter 5. Public Sphere and the Question of Identity in Turkey
Part 10 Part III. The Question of Recognition
Chapter 11 Chapter 6. Defensive and Liberal Nationalisms: The Kurdish Question and Modernization/Democratization
Chapter 12 Chapter 7. A Legitimate Restriction of Freedom? The Headscarf Issue in Turkey
Chapter 13 Chapter 8. Globalization, Modernization and Democratization in Turkey: The Fethullah Gülen Movement
Chapter 14 Chapter 9. The Anatomy of Civil Society in Turkey: Towards a Transformation
Part 15 Part IV. Amongst Other Nations
Chapter 16 Chapter 10. Reconceptualizing Center Politics in Post-1980 Turkey: Transformation or Continuity?
Chapter 17 Chapter 11. Turkey, September/11 and Greater Middle East
Chapter 18 Chapter 12. Turkey and European Integration: Toward fairness and reciprocity
E. Fuat Keyman's brilliantly edited and invaluable volume surveys the main issues currently challenging Turkey. This book is indispensable for anyone seeking to grasp this fascinating moment in Turkey's development when the future of the country hangs in the balance and its political life is caught between dangerous tensions and exciting emancipatory opportunities.
— Richard Falk, Albert G. Milbank Professor of International Law Emeritus, Princeton University
This book is relevant not only for those interested in the experience of Turkey but also for readers seeking an engagement between rich empirical evidence and political theory.
— International Journal of Turkish Studies