The United States was one of the rising powers at the turn of the twentieth century. But was it a global force or a local power before WW1?
I published a piece of paper about the unrecoverable damages that ISIS inflicted on the cultural heritage of Mesopotamia.
I published a short article about the shifting perceptions of Genghis Khan in different societies for Manchester Historian. I am hugely indebted to the team of the magazine for publishing this piece.
Viewing the rise of the masses at the socio-political level as destructive, Mill aimed to develop a moral character based on spontaneity and individuality ensured by liberty.
Feudalism, which emerged gradually in Western Europe with the disintegration of the Carolingian Empire, is a key period for European history.
Anatolia has been a prominent center in terms of having epics from the Hittites to the Seljuks, the Romans to the Ottomans. These epics are significant in a variety of ways; they essentially display the ways of communication between different cultures and societies alongside their struggle for ultimate and complete domination over Asia Minor. In this sense, two epics emerge to grasp …
(A small reminder: I wrote this paper for “HIST 310: History of the Americas” Class at Boğaziçi University, given by Joseph Yackley. Enjoy reading!) Introduction The end of the 19th century and the first years of the 20th century witnessed prominent developments around the world in terms of socio-economic, cultural, political, and military aspects. Needless to say, these …
This work aims to understand the emergence of Hubmesihis who were said to believe in various elements of both Christianity and Islam in the Ottoman World.
Historiography and slavery are two topics that were undeniably significant in the Roman World despite their different objectives used by Roman elites and soldiers.
Piri Reis left a unique world map containing lots of knowledge about America. You can find the map’s deep meanings from mythical creatures to Colombus here.