The New Perspectives on Turkey (NPT) is a refereed, scholarly journal published biannually by Homerbooks. The aim of the journal is to provide a medium and an intellectual platform for debates and new scholarly ideas relating to the history, politics, society, economy and culture of Turkey and the Ottoman Empire. In addition to research directly concerned with Turkey and the Ottoman Empire, comparative perspectives and theoretical contributions relevant to such research are also actively solicited. The variety of material in the past issues - ranging from Ottoman history to contemporary politics, from general theoretical concerns to interventions in specific debates - reflects the diversity of the journal's area of interests.
Editor's Introduction: Reflections on Japanese and Turkish Modernization and Global History
The Concept of Asia: From Geography to Ideology
A Transnational History of Revolution and Nationalism: Encounters Between Japanese Asianists, the Turkish Revolution, and the world of Islam
Intellectual Encounters With the West: The Cases of Turkey and Japan
Economic Development Versus Cultural Transformation: Projects of Modernity in Japan and Turkey
Proto-globalization and Economic Change in the Late Ottoman Empire: A Commentary
Book Review: Julia Elyachar. Markets of Dispossession: NGOs, Economic Development, and the State in Cairo. Durham: Duke University Press, 2005.
Book Review: Robert Olson. The Goat and the Butcher: Nationalism and State Formation in Kurdistan-Iraq since the Iraqi War. Costa Mesa: Mazda Publishers, 2005.
-Nicole F. Watts-
Katkıda Bulunanlar: Cengiz Kırlı, Zafer Yenal, Deniz Yükseker, Reşat Kasaba, Ayfer Bartu Candan, Koray Çalışkan, Çağlar Keyder, Biray Kolluoğlu, Erol Köroğlu, Yael Navaro-Yashin, Ayşe Öncü, Şevket Pamuk, Asuman Suner, Fikret Şenses, Cihan Z. Tuğal