Open Access Electronic Publications

The BIAA’s open access electronic publications initiative aims to publish substantial works which the BIAA considers especially well suited to the online format. The publications are arranged into a number of series. Please select the relevant category below.

These open access electronic publications are published by British Institute at Ankara under a Creative Commons Open Access license CCBY-NC 4.0 which permits reuse, distribution and reproduction in any medium for non-commercial purposes providing appropriate credit to the original work is given and any changes made are indicated. To view a copy of this license vvisit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0

Proposals from authors are welcomed. As with all BIAA publications, submissions will be subject to peer review. For further information, please contact Dr Tamar Hodos. Please note that this initiative will focus on substantial works and that articles for publication by the BIAA should be submitted to Anatolian Studies.

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A Bibliography of Armistice-Era Istanbul, 1918–1923

With more than 1400 primary and secondary sources, this bibliography is the first comprehensive guide for the study of Istanbul during its occupation by British, French and Italian forces from 1918 to 1923.

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TEORİK ÇERÇEVESİ VE  GÜNCEL UYGULAMALARI İLE  TOPLUM ARKEOLOJİSİ

Teorik Çerçevesi ve Güncel Uygulamaları ile Toplum Arkeolojisi

Bu kitap, arkeoloji ile günümüz toplumu arasındaki ilişkiye, özellikle de arkeolojik miras ile her gün içi içe yaşayan yerel halkların deneyimlerine odaklanır. Farklı disiplinlerden gelen yazarlar, arkeolojinin ekonomi, sosyal antropoloji, etnografi, kamu yönetimi, sözlü tarih ve turizm gibi diğer alanlarla olan birlikteliğinden doğan ilham verici yeni fikirler sunarlar. Arkeolojik varlıklar ve arkeolojik peyzajların anlamlarını araştırmaya karşı olan ilgi artmaktadır, bu cilt de Yunanistan, İtalya, Türkiye’den örnekler ışığında bu konuları ele alır. Kitap, insanların peyzaj ve kimlik anlayışlarının arkeolojik varlıkları nasıl etkilediği ve bunlardan nasıl etkilendiği konularına ilgi duyan genel okuyuculara ve akademisyenlere hitap etmektedir. Kitap kapsamında kamu politikaları, uluslararası sözleşmeler, piyasa ekonomileri ve toplum arkeolojisinin teorik çerçevelerinin bu etkileşimlerde oynadığı rollere de ayrıca değinilmektedir.

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David French A Life in Anatolian Archaeology

David French: A Life in Anatolian Archaeology

This engaging tribute to David French (1933–2017) brings together reflections on his life and career that range across continents and span key decades in the history of Anatolian archaeology.

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Vol 4

Roman Roads and Milestones of Asia Minor

During many years of field work in the 1970s–1990s, David French traced Roman roads, bridges, road stations and other archaeological features, and recorded milestones and related inscriptions in all the Roman provinces of Anatolia west of the Euphrates. His first monograph relating to this project appeared in 1981, followed by a two-volume preliminary catalogue in 1988. The final publication was to appear as two series of fascicules, to be available online as free downloads: Roman Roads and Milestones of Asia Minor 3: Milestones and Roman Roads and Milestones of Asia Minor 4: Roads. French completed RRMAM 3 in nine fascicules and, before he died, he completed the first fascicule of RRMAM 4. Bibliographical details and links for downloading all the online fascicules are available.

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