Islam, secularism, and nationalism in modern Turkey : who is a Turk? / Soner Cagaptay.

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  • Who is a Turk?
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Published
  • London ; New York : Routledge 2006
Physical description
1 online resource (284 pages)
ISBN
  • 9786610422548
Notes
  • Description based upon print version of record.
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages [223]-244) and index.
  • Other format: Also available in printed form ISBN 9780415384582
  • Reproduction available: Electronic resource. Abingdon : Taylor & Francis, 2013.
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web.
  • English
Contents
  • Introduction : Turkish nationalism today -- Ch. 1. From the Muslim millet to the Turkish nation : the Ottoman Legacy -- Ch. 2. Secularism, Kemalist nationalism, Turkishness, and the minorities in the 1920s -- Ch. 3. Kemalism par excellence in the 1930s : the rise of Turkish nationalism -- Chapter 4. Who is a Turk? : Kemalist citizenship policies -- Ch. 5. Defining the boundaries of Turkishness : Kemalist immigration and resettlement policies -- Ch. 6. Secularized Islam defines Turkishness : Kurds and other Muslims as Turks -- Ch. 7. Ethno-religious limits of Turkishness : Christians excluded from the nation -- Ch. 8. Jews in the 1930s : Turks or not? -- Conclusion : understanding Turkish nationalism in modern Turkey : the Kemalist legacy.
  • Introduction: Turkish nationalism today -- Ch. 1. FRom the Muslim millet to the Turkish nation, the Ottoman Legacy -- Ch. 2. Secularism, Kemalist nationalism, Turkishness and the minorities in the 1920s -- Ch. 3. Kemalism par excellence in the 1930s, the rise of Turkish nationalism -- Chapter 4. Who is a Turk? Kemalist citizenship policies -- Ch. 5. Defining the boundaries of Turkishness, Kemalist immigration and resettlement policies -- Ch. 6. Secularized Islam defines Turkishness; Kurds and other Muslims as Turks -- Ch. 7. Ethno-religious limits of Turkishness; Christians excluded from the nation -- Ch. 8. Jews in the 1930s; Turks or not? -- Conclusion: Understanding Turkish nationalism in modern Turkey; the Kemalist legacy.
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  • It is commonly believed that during the interwar period, Kemalist secularism successfully eliminated religion from the public sphere in Turkey, leaving Turkish national identity devoid of religious content. However, through its examination of the impact of the Ottoman millet system on Turkish and Balkan nationalisms, this book presents a different view point. Cagaptay demonstrates that the legacy of the Ottomon millet system which divided the Ottoman population into religious compartments called millets, shaped Turkey's understanding of nationalism in the interwar period. Providing a compel

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