Alevi Turkmen (Google Books)

Turkic Soundscapes: From Shamanic Voices to Hip-Hop
Razia Sultanova, ‎Megan Rancier – 2018 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Various branches of the mystical Sufi sect of Islam, such as Alevis, Bektashis, and Tahtadjis (the latter are the Sufi Turkmen “yürük” groups), exist alongside the dominant Sunni Islam,. Obviously, there is no concrete date at which the Turks …
Religious Minorities in Turkey: Alevi, Armenians, and Syriacs and …
Mehmet Bardakci, ‎Annette Freyberg-Inan, ‎Christoph Giesel – 2017 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Alevi, Armenians, and Syriacs and the Struggle to Desecuritize Religious Freedom Mehmet Bardakci, Annette Freyberg-Inan, … In contrast to the Turkish (and the Turkmen and Yörük) Alevi, the Alevi Kurmanji or Kurds and the Zaza see …
The Alevis in Turkey and Europe: Identity and Managing Territorial …
Elise Massicard – 2013 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
even those whose mother tongue is Kurmanji or Zaza, are said to descend from Turkmen tribes. This interpretation accords legitimacy to Aleviness on the basis of its being part of Turkish nationalism, or even part of the Turkish-Islamic …
Alevis in Europe: Voices of Migration, Culture and Identity – Page 46
Tözün Issa – 2016 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Contrary to common belief, Alevis are a heterogeneous population comprising of ethnically, linguistically and culturally diverse groups such as the Turkmen Alevis of Azerbaijani descent, Nusayri of Syrian Arabic descent, ethnically Turkish as …
Manifestations of sainthood in Islam – Page 102
Grace Martin Smith, ‎Carl W. Ernst – 1993 – ‎Snippet view – ‎More editions
The specialized sacred musical repertoire of Alevi musicians includes deyif (deme, dej) (songs of mystical love); nefes (hymns … The most traditional tuning for Alevi repertoire performed on the folk lute is the Alevi-Turkmen tuning la-re-mi (top, …
Studies on Iran and The Caucasus: In Honour of Garnik Asatrian
Uwe Bläsing, ‎Victoria Arakelova, ‎Matthias Weinreich – 2015 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
The following statement of the Alevi writer Cemal Şener summarises this situation: “Ataturk was not a pious but laic and democratic person. This is because he had an Alevi-Bektaşi spirit and he is of Turkmen origins. If there is a laic republic in …
Gendered Identities: Criticizing Patriarchy in Turkey – Page 151
Rasim Ösgür Dönmez, ‎Fazilet Ahu Özmen – 2013 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
According to Mehmet Eröz, one of the Alevi researchers, the Alevis who were mostly comprised of uneducated Turkmen, have tried to preserve the religious beliefs they had brought from Middle Asia under the name of “Alevism” with an Islamic …
The World of Music – Volume 28 – Page 50
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At the radio, the saz or baglama, primary performing medium for the Alevis, formed the basis of folk instrumental … Rural Alevi pieces performed on the folk lute utilized the Alevi/Turkmen tuning la-re-mi (top, middle and lower courses …
Ethnomusicological Encounters with Music and Musicians: Essays in …
Timothy Rice – 2016 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
The bağlama and Alevi traditions The bağlama or saz, by virtue of its Central Asian, Turkic origins, is considered an … it replaces the pejorative appellation Kızılbaş, given in the sixteenth century to their Turkmen ancestors, who supported …
Primitive Rebels Or Revolutionary Modernizers?: The Kurdish National …
Paul J. White – 2000 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Kizilbas resentment boiled over into an Alevi uprising in 151 1 . The wide-ranging revolt (ibid.: 44) involved ‘hordes of rebellious Turkmen’, but it would surely be inexplicable if their co-religionists the ‘Alevi Kurds’ were not involved as well.

The Alevi Of Anatolia: During the great Turkish expansion from …
Eren Sarı – 2017 – ‎Preview
The Alevi constitute the second largest religious community in Turkey (following the Sunnis), and number some 25% (15 million) of the total population (Alevis claim 30%-40%!).
Ethnoarchaeology of Anatolia: rural socio-economy in the Bronze and …
Jak Yakar – 2000 – ‎Snippet view
The largest Sunni Turkmen tribe in Turkey is the Avsar who settled in Sariz, Pinarba§i and Tomarza (Uzunyayla) in the Kayseri province. They still retain sub-tribal divisions such as the Killi, Deller, Kekeq, Torun and Kocanaili. Alevi Turkmen …
Writing Religion: The Making of Turkish Alevi Islam – Page 277
Markus Dressler – 2015 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
The Making of Turkish Alevi Islam Markus Dressler … Altan Gokalp points to this dynamic when he critically observes that the historian of Turkmen tribes Faruk Sümer would fail to distinguish between the ethnic differences among the …
Turkey’s Alevi Enigma: A Comprehensive Overview – Page 166
Paul Joseph White, ‎Joost Jongerden – 2003 – ‎Preview
Nowadays Alevism is presented by the Alevis as the symbol of the desire of a ‘fagda? life. Buket Turkmen explains how ‘this term [fagdaf] understands a reference to the future, while talking about the present time and indicates a will to break …
Alevi Identity: Cultural, Religious and Social Perspectives – Page 2
Tord Olsson, ‎Elisabeth Ozdalga, ‎Catharina Raudvere – 2005 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
The Turkmen tribes started coming to Anatolia at the end of the 11th century. Their migration became more intensive during the 12th and especially throughout the 13th century when they were obliged to escape the Mongol invasion. The road …
The Spirit of Sounds: The Unique Art of Ostad Elahi (1895-1974)
Jean During – 2003 – ‎Preview
The instruments closest to the Kurdish tanbour in construction and technique are found in Anatolia and Khorasan (among the Kurds, the Turks, and the Turkmen). Among the Alevi-Bektashis of Anatolia and Bulgaria, many of whom have …
The Kurds: A Concise History And Fact Book – Page 48
Mehrdad Izady – 2015 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Their purpose was to scandalize and forcefully convert traditional Muslim Shi’ites (and even Sunnis) to their religion, which they presented as true Islam. They succeeded for a time. The Alevis found the zeal of the Anatolian Turkmen converts a …
From Empire to Republic: Turkish Nationalism and the Armenian Genocide
Taner Akçam – 2004 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
The Alevi-Turkmen revolts. These occurred at various times throughout Ottoman history, and were often socio-economically motivated rebellions by Anatolian villagers, and even more so by nomadic groups, against the central administration …
Music, Sound, and Architecture in Islam – Page 86
Michael Frishkopf, ‎Federico Spinetti – 2018 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
tion of the Alevi religious minority and denying it “recognition as a distinct community. … and reaffirm the values and ethics of the closely related Kızılbaş-Alevi (Turkmen and Kurdish) and Tahtacı communities of Anatolia; Bektaşis in European …
Societal Peace and Ideal Citizenship for Turkey – Page 73
Rasim Özgür Dönmez, ‎Pinar Enneli – 2011 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
The Turkmen who were eventually influenced by Islam in Anatolian lands were engaged in a diverse religion together with their own beliefs. For this reason, we can define Alevism as a “diverse phenomenon.” That is to say, Alevism is a body …

Turkish Foreign Policy, 1919-2006: Facts and Analyses with Documents
Baskın Oran, ‎Atay Akdevelioğlu, ‎Mustafa Akşin – 2010 – ‎Snippet view
Thus the Ottomans pursued the dual objective of trying to prevent any links between these Alevi Turkmens and Shah Ismail of Iran (who was an Alevi at the time) and settling these Turkmen tribes in the frontier regions of the newly conquered …
Digital Tradition: Arrangement and Labor in Istanbul’s Recording …
Eliot Bates – 2016 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
like an Alevi cemevi than like other Istanbul studios.23 In that environment, she seemed much more socially engaged. After the “Seher İnende” sessions Aytekin, Özlem, and I did a few experimental recordings that didn’t end up on Türkmen …
The Routledge Intermediate Turkish Reader: Political and Cultural …
Senel Symons – 2012 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Akkoyunlular was an important Turkmen tribal federation that from 1378 to 1508 ruled an area which covered Northern Iraq, Azerbaijan … Alevi: The Alevi are a cultural and religious community in Turkey, who number in the tens of millions.
Folk: – Volume 33 – Page 87
Johannes Nicolaisen, ‎Jens Yde – 1991 – ‎Snippet view – ‎More editions
Alevi Turkmen groups seem in comparison to have retained some elements now lost to the others, and a sense of symbolism which, while some of it is undoubtedly generated by their own esoteric religion, can in part be traced to Central Asia.
Nomad Tent Types in the Middle East: Framed tents. v. 1. Text
Peter A. Andrews – 1997 – ‎Snippet view – ‎More editions
Popov, A.A. 1961 :135 Occurrence in Siberia and Manchuria. Walton, J. 1958 Gypsy tents. Illustrations: Drawing fsp. A f 26. Tunnel tents: Turkmen and Tahtac•i of Anatolia Distribution: Formerly among the Alevi Turkmen of Kaz Dagi (ca.
Managing Invisibility: Dissimulation and Identity Maintenance among …
Hande Sözer – 2014 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Dissimulation and Identity Maintenance among Alevi Bulgarian Turks Hande Sözer … early Islam, examining the spread of Islam in Bulgaria via Turkmen tribes as well as ana- lyzing what influences come from Shia Islam and Persian traditions …
Religion, Politics, and Turkey’s EU Accession – Page 178
D. Jung, ‎Catharina Raudvere – 2008 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Ali-oriented Turkmen tribes steered clear of urban centers and survived in remote villages, and they were more loosely … The Alevis, after being treated as outsiders by the Sunni majority for several centuries, especially welcomed the …
Turkish Studies Association Bulletin – Volume 17, Issue 1 – Page 175
Turkish Studies Association – 1993 – ‎Snippet view – ‎More editions
52) the present reviewer thought it useful to list the forty-seven ethnic groups Andrews analyzes: (1) Turks: Sunni, (2) Turks: Alevis: general, (3) Turks: Sunni: Yoriik, (4) Turks: Alevi: Yoriik, (5) Turkmen: Sunni, (6) Turkmen: Alevi (also Tahtaci: …
Speaking for Islam: Religious Authorities in Muslim Societies – Page 280
Gudrun Krämer, ‎Sabine Schmidtke – 2006 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
In the context of urban Alevism, traditional dede-talib bonds may weaken, allowing charismatic dedes like (zzettin Do<an to attract … 47 As Do<an recounts, Ali Asker was saved from the Kerbela massacre and then raised by Turkmen Shiites.
Alevis and Alevism: Transformed Identities – Page 33
Hege Irene Markussen – 2005 – ‎Snippet view – ‎More editions
Aleviness is inherited by blood; only the descendant of Alevis can be an Alevi and conversion is impossible. … as possible partners of exchange, even if elder people clearly expressed their preference for alliances with Turkmen (Turcoman).

Islam Outside the Arab World – Page 138
Ingvar Svanberg, ‎David Westerlund – 2012 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Among the former, one finds views that see Alevism as a) the true form of Islam, the other forms originating in the … d) a part of Sunni Islam, either as a Turkmen form of Sunni, or as a Sufi order within Sunnism; e) a heretic belief which can and …
Turkish National Identity and Its Outsiders: Memories of State …
Ozlem Goner – 2017 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
The GHR established similarities between the women in Dersim and Turkmen women, saying: Unlike those women who are … mainly its language and Alevi practices, were discussed within these discourses of universalist Turkishness.
Turkish Studies Association Journal – Volume 27 – Page 143
2003 – ‎Snippet view – ‎More editions
The Alevis are a heterodox Islamic group that especially venerates the fourth caliph, Ali, relative and son-in-law of the … The Alevis trace their origins back to the Central Asian Turkmen tribes, who, especially during the thirteenth-century …
The kurdish file: with all aspects – Page 233
M. Abdulhalûk Çay – 2001 – ‎Snippet view
The wolf is also a sacred animal amongst the Silifke Alevi Turkmen. The bones of the wolf are put C. Bender, 1991, p. 159. Op. cit, pp. 162-163. M. ErOz 1968, p. 7; G. Candarboglu 1968, pp. 11-12; Bozkurt 1969, pp. 3-4; A.Z.V. Togan 1969 pp.
Folklor/edebiyat – Issues 21-22 – Page 70 – Translate this page
2000 – ‎Snippet view – ‎More editions
Ze ranska-Kominek (1990), in his discussion of Turkmen repertoire, outlines 3 phases of a bakşi performance. … In Anatolian Alevi culture, the ocak-dedes are the primary culture bearers bn virtue both of their charismatic lineage as seyyids …
Space, culture and power: new identities in globalizing cities – Page 161
Ayşe Öncü, ‎Petra Weyland – 1997 – ‎Snippet view – ‎More editions
Before marrying, every Kockiri male has to choose another Alevi male as a kind of brother-in-religion, and it is not unusual … The heretical belief and the mostly Turkmen tribe-based social structure of the Alevi reinforced each other and made …
Scholars and Sultans in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire – Page 88
Abdurrahman Atçıl – 2016 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
The Turkmen tribes, which occupied a substantial portion of the countryside in central, southern, and eastern Anatolia, had … Transformation of the Kizilbash/Alevi Communities in Ottoman Anatolia” (PhD diss., Harvard University, 2008), esp.
Between Two Worlds: The Construction of the Ottoman State – Page 75
Cemal Kafadar – 1996 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Perhaps struck by the indubitable and militant Shi’ism of Turkmen tribes in Safavid-contested Anatolia of the sixteenth … There are, on the one hand, motifs that fall beyond the purview of Sunni orthodoxy and are part of the later ‘AlevI/ Shi’i …
The Many Voices of Pilgrimage and Reconciliation. CABI Religious …
Ian S McIntosh, ‎Lesley D Harman – 2017 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
And using the names of Pir Sultan Abdal, Hatayi and Kul Himmet in the mahla of a song can help contemporary Alevi to … doesn’t melt on the mountains this year The morning breeze blows an ill wind of ruin The Turkmen no longer start out for …
Alevism-Bektashism: a brief introduction – Page 57
Ali Yaman, ‎Aykan Erdemir – 2006 – ‎Snippet view – ‎More editions
Poems about various subjects were being sung with the accompaniment of kopuz (a stringed instrument), the ancestor of the present day saz. Turkmen bard Dede Korkut was the most famous representative of this tradition. After the adoption …

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Crisis of the Ottoman Empire: Prelude to Collapse 1839-1878
James J. Reid – 2000 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
The Ottoman state merely imposed the same social paralysis upon the missions that they had created for other components … Turkmen peoples lived in eastern and southwestern Anatolia, as well as in other provinces of the Ottoman Empire.
The Origins of the Ottoman Empire
Mehmet Fuat Köprülü, ‎Gary Leiser – 1992 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
In The Origins of the Ottoman Empire, Köprülü criticized as unscientific the prevailing Western explanations of the origins of the Ottoman Empire.
An Historical Geography of the Ottoman Empire: From Earliest Times …
Donald Edgar Pitcher – 1968 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
From Aryana-Khorasan to Afghanistan: Afghanistan History in 25 Volumes
Hamid Wahed Alikuzai – 2011 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
… of Communist rule in Central Asia, farmers were forced surrender their stocks of cotton after their only source of income, … England 1850s) Collapse of the Ottoman Empire “Turkmen”, The Ottoman Empire “Turkmen” ruled the Middle Eastern …
Crisis in Kirkuk: The Ethnopolitics of Conflict and Compromise – Page 61
Liam Anderson, ‎Gareth Stansfield – 2011 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Turkmens in Modern Iraq The end of the Ottoman Empire brought profound changes for the Turkmens of the Mosul vilayet. Empowered by their position in the Ottoman Empire and enjoying a relatively privileged socioeconomic status in the …
Bureaucrat and Intellectual in the Ottoman Empire: The Historian …
Cornell H. Fleischer – 2014 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
The gazi ideal had by this time already gained a firm foothold in the lore of Muslim Türkmen tribal groups; rich in associations … with legitimizing ideologies, and exposition of the “gazi thesis,” is Paul Wittek’s The Rise of the Ottoman Empire.
A Monetary History of the Ottoman Empire – Page 28
Sevket Pamuk, ‎Professor of Economic History Sevket Pamuk – 2000 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions
Anatolia In many of the earlier accounts, especially those connected to the Ottoman historiography, the early Ottoman coinage … The Turkmen principalities (beyliks) including the Ottomans began to pay tribute directly to the Ilkhanid governors …
Turkmen Reference Grammar – Page 3
Larry Clark – 1998 – ‎Preview
However, after the battle of Kosedag in 1243, the Saljuks became a protectorate of the Mongol empire. … the one thousand-year old Byzantine empire, and after the incorporation of Arab lands in 1517, the Ottoman empire became the largest …
Turkmen: Turkmen-English, English-Turkmen Dictionary & Phrasebook
Nicholas Awde, ‎William Dirks, ‎A. Amandurdyev – 2005 – ‎Preview
Turkmen-English, English-Turkmen Dictionary & Phrasebook Nicholas Awde, William Dirks, A. Amandurdyev … Ottomans, who, centuries later, arrived in Anatolia where they conquered Byzantium and established the mighty Ottoman Empire.
Studies on Turkish and Turkic Languages: Proceedings of the Ninth …
Aslı Göksel, ‎Celia Kerslake – 2000 – ‎Preview
Optative constructions in Iraqi Turkmen Christiane Bulut Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz 1. … Ottoman Turkish, which was used as a lingua franca in Iraq; as the official language of the Ottoman empire, Ottoman Turkish was at the same …



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