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Lost in Istanbul: Orhan Pamuk and the onslaught of urbanisation
The National
“Can you tell me where Istanbul ends, and the rural begins?” Cihan Uzuncarsili Baysal, a housing rights activist and Bilgi University law professor asks during a recent talk on urbanisation at Kadir Has University that overlooks the Golden Horn on
Hagia Sophia at Ground Zero

contribution by Benjamin Anderson


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