Tag: Geography

Mapping Two Anatolian Epics: Dede Korkut and Digenis Akritas

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, […]

On the verge of dismantling: Spain in the 17th century

This paper is written for HIST 241 (The History of Early Modern Europe) class for Prof. Peter Robert Campbell. He wrote a wide range of articles about the Early Modern French History. He also published a variety of books like  Louis XIV (1661-1715) in 1993 and Power and Politics in Old Regime France (1720-1745) in 1996.  […]

Motorcycle Diaries: A Different Representation of Famous Guerilla

I wrote this short analysis for ENGL 111.03 class homework. I will upload more film reviews soon. Original title: Diarios de motocicleta (Spanish with English subtitles) Year: 2004 Director: Walter Salles IMDB Link: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0318462/ (7.8/10) Cast: Gael Garcia Bernal (Ernesto Che Guevara) and Rodrigo De la Sarna (Alberto) Motorcycle Diaries’ goal is to reveal how […]