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Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts # 28 Turkey Issue (2016)

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Senior Editor: Jon Mogul
Guest Editor: Sibel Bozdoğan

 
The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts, founded in 1986 and now published by The Wolfsonian-Florida International University, explores themes relating to The Wolfsonian collection and to the visual language of objects. It conveys to readers the power of design and shows how design shapes and reflects human values and experience.
 
Table of Contents, Issue 28/Turkey Theme Issue
 
Introduction: Modernization, National Identity, and Visual Culture in Turkey
By Sibel Bozdoğan
 
The Changing Design and Rhetoric of Ottoman Decorations, 1850–1920
By Edhem Eldem
 
Crafts, Ornament, and the Discourse of Cultural Survival in the Late Ottoman Empire
By Ahmet Ersoy 

Distant Echoes: Fin de Siècle Ottoman Elites and the Aesthetic Movement
By Günkut Akın
 
Society of Political Images: Centric and Common Circulation of Photography in Ottoman and Republican Turkey
By Esra Akcan

Sümerbank: Fashion, Textiles, and the Making of a National Material Culture
F. Dilek Himam

İhap Hulusi Görey: Designer of the Early Republic’s Visual Propaganda
By Sinan Niyazioğlu

Modernism in Everyday Life: Design for the Home in Early Republican Turkey
By Gülname Turan
 
The Istanbul Palace of Sports and Exhibition: Turkey’s Past and Progress on Display
By T. Elvan Altan

Visualizing Turkish Nationalist History in the Decorative Program of Anıtkabir
By Christopher S. Wilson
 
Integration of Arts and Architecture in Postwar Turkish Modernism
By Ela Kaçel