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Assistant Course Description Course Objectives Learning Outcomes
THE TURKISH REVOLUTION II - HIST. 302 (1)
2013 SUMMER
Class Meeting Location CAS B24
Class Meeting Times
MN A1,MN A2,TH A1,TH A2,TU A1,TU A2,WE A1,WE A2
Instructor
Office Hours
Office Location
Office Phone
Email
Web Address
HARUN ERCAN
Number of Credits
ECTS Credits
Prerequisites
Language
3
6
ACWR. 101 or consent of the instructor
English
[email protected]
Assistant
N/A
Course Description
The institution of the Republic and a study of historical conditions and events following Atatürk's reforms. Covers the period from the
beginning of the Turkish Republic to the 1980s.
Course Objectives
Students will be taught the important turning points in the history of Turkish Republic.
Students will be taught a long period of history starting from the early Republican times up until today.
Students will be taught, the major transformations in Turkish political and social life with references to the international context.
Learning Outcomes
On the completion of this courser the students will be able to:
* analyze historical facts in Turkish Republican history.
* bring about arguments by using historical data about Turkish history.
*to give a meaning and be able to discuss political, social, economic and international issues that Turkey faces or faced.
Teaching Methods
Teaching Method: Lecturing, class discussions and student presentations.
Course Contents
Session Starting
Number Date
3
1
2
2
1
1
4
Topics
18/06/2013 Reforms, Economy and Foreign Policy during the Single Party Era
24/06/2013 Turkey and the World in Transition
25/06/2013 Era of Democrat Party 1950-1960
27/06/2013 27 May Coup, 1961 Constitution
08/07/2013 Turkish Politics after 1960 Military Coup. Problems of Pluralism and Democracy
09/07/2013 Turkish Economy during 1960-80: Import Substituting Industrialization Turkish Foreign Policy and Cyprus Issue
10/07/2013 1980 Coup and 1982 Constitution / ANAP, Neo-liberalism and Issues in Turkish Politics (1980?s-90?s)
Assessment Methods
Type
Description
Final Grade, %
Midterm Test
Final Exam
Project
Quiz
Other
Identification and essay questions
Identification and essay questions
Presentation
Pop Quizzes
Participation
Total
35
35
9
15
6
100
Workload Breakdown
Type
Description
Hours
Lecture
Exam
Project
Lectures and reading the required readings
Studying for the exams
Preparing the presentation
100
50
30
180
Total
Sources
Required Readings
Çağaptay, S. (2006). ?Kemalism Par Excellence in the 1930s: The Rise of Turkish Nationalism.? Islam, Secularism and
Nationalism in Modern Turkey: Who is a Turk? London: Routledge, 41-64. Pamuk, S. (2000). "Intervention during the Great
Depression: Another Look at Turkish Experience." In The Mediterranean Response to Globalization before 1950, edited by
Ş.Pamuk and J.G.Williamson. London: Routledge, 321-339. Altunışık, M. B. (2005). ?Turkey in World Affairs.? Turkey,
Challenges of Continuity and Change. New York: Routledge, 94-102. Karpat, K. (1973). ?The Social Classes and Wartime
Developments.? Social Change and Politics in Turkey: A Structural-Historical Analysis. Leiden: Brill, 98-133. Akar, R. (2000). ?
Parseh Geverkyan?la Görüşme? Aşkale Yolcuları ? Varlık Vergisi ve Çalışma Kampları, İstanbul : Belge Yayınları, 234-241.
Zürcher, E. (2005) ?The Transition to Democracy 1945-50.? Turkey a Modern History. London: I.B. Tauris, 206-218. Ahmad, F.
(1977). ?The Menderes Era 1950-60.? The Turkish Experiment in Democracy 1950-1975. Colorado: Westview Press, 35-75.
Zürcher, E. (2005). ?The Rule of the Democratic Party.? Turkey: A Modern History. London: I.B. Tauris, 224-229. Altunışık, M. B.
(2005). ?Turkey in World Affairs.? Turkey, Challenges of Continuity and Change. New York: Routledge, 102-106. Zürcher, E.
(2003). ?The Second Turkish Republic 1960-1980.? Turkey: A Modern History. London: I.B. Tauris, 241-248. C.H. Dodd.
(1969). ?Chapter 8: The Turkish Constitution.? Politics and Government in Turkey. Manchester: Manchester University Press,
20-51
Erten, B. (2007). ?Türkiye?de 68.? In Modern Türkiyede Siyasi Düşünce-Sol, edited by T. Bora and M. Güntekingil. Istanbul:
İletişim Yayınları, 834-346. Zürcher, E. (2003). ?The Second Turkish Republic 1960-1980.? Turkey: A Modern History. London:
I.B. Tauris, 248-264 / 269-273. Aydin, Z. (2005). ?The State.? The Political Economy of Turkey. London: Pluto Press, 34-43
Boratav, K. (2008). ?VII. İçe Dönük, Dışa Bağımlı Genişleme (1962-1976) ve Yeni Bunalım (1977-1979).? 1908-2005 Türkiye
İktisat Tarihi. Ankara: İmge Kitabevi, 117-144. Utkulu, U. (2001). ?The Turkish Economy: Past and Present.? In Turkey since
1970: Politics, Economics and Society, edited by D. Lowatt. New York: Palgrave, 14-20. Altunışık, M. B. (2005). ?Turkey in
World Affairs.? Turkey, Challenges of Continuity and Change. New York: Routledge, 106-110. Dodd, C. (2001). ?A Living
History.? Storm Clouds over Cyprus A Briefing. United Kingdom: Eothen Press, 7-24. Aral, B.(2001). ?Dispensing with
Tradition? Turkish Politics and International Society during the Özal Decade, 1983-93?, Middle Eastern Studies, 37: 1, pp.7288. Altunışık, M. B. (2005). ?Politics in the Turkish Republic.? Turkey, Challenges of Continuity and Change. New York:
Routledge, 45-56. Altunışık, M. B. (2005). ?The Turkish Economy.? Turkey, Challenges of Continuity and Change. New York:
Routledge, 75-79. Bali, R.N.(2009). ?Serbest Piyasa Dönemi?, Tarz-I Hayat?tan Life Style?a, İletişim Yyaınlerı: İstanbul, pp. 2735, pp.50-56 White, J. B. (2008). ?Islam and Politics in Contemporary Turkey.? In The Cambridge History of Turkey: Turkey in
the Modern World, edited by R. Kasaba. New York: Cambridge University Press, 363-380. Gümüşçü Ş. and Sert, D. (2010). ?
The March 2009 Local Elections and the Inconsistent Democratic Transformation of the AKP Party in Turkey.? Middle East
Critique, 19 (1): 55- 70. Bozarslan, H. (2008). ?Kurds and the Turkish State.? In The Cambridge History of Turkey: Turkey in the
Modern World, edited by R. Kasaba. New York: Cambridge University Press, 333-356. Lundgren, A. (2007). ?After the
Invasion?, The Unwelcome Neighbour, I. B. Tauris: London, p. 97-119.
Other
N/A
Academic Dishonesty
Koc University cataloque indicates that academic dishonesty includes and is not limited to cheating, plagilarism, multiple submissions
and collusion.

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