Islam, Secularism and Nationalism in Modern Turkey: Who is a Turk?
This book examines Turkish and Balkan nationalism, arguing that the legacy of the Ottomon millet system which divided the Ottoman population into religious compartments called millets, shaped Turkeys understanding of nationalism during the interwar period.
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Turkish nationalism today
The Ottoman legacy
2 Secularism Kemalist nationalism Turkishness and the minorities in the 1920s
The rise of Turkish nationalism
Kemalist citizenship policies
Kemalist immigration and resettlement policies
Kurds and other Muslims as Turks
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