Polonyalıların gözüyle 19. yüzyılda İstanbul mezarlıkları

2012
book section
conference proceedings
dc.abstract.enThis work focuses on the topic of 19th century Istanbul’s cementeries, seen from the subjective point of view by Polish travellers, who decided to visit Turkey because of various reasons: as tourists, journalists, emigrants or simply because they had to change the ship on their way to Jerusalem. The following Polish travellers’ memories were chosen as the subject of the work: Edward Raczynski (arrived in Istanbul in 1814), Manswet Aulich (1831), Ignacy Holowinski (1839), Maurycy Mann (1853), Stanislaw Tarnowski (1858), Henryk Bartsch (1861), Wladyslaw Jablonowski (1866), Adam Sierakowski (1883), Antoni Zaleski (1886), Stanislaw Kozmian (1890), Stanislaw Belza (1890) and Karol Niedzialkowski (1894). "Old Istanbul shows its soul not only with innumerable mosques, but also with the graveyards". This remark of Stanislaw Belza explaines why cementeries were thought as one of the places to be seen in Istanbul. Poles, visiting Muslim, Catholic, Protestant, Armenian, Greek and English cementeries in Istanbul and describing their location, external view, atmosphere or visitors, left a permanent mark of Turkish culture in Polish literature. Bringing the observations of Polish writers out into the open was the main aim of this work.pl
dc.affiliationWydział Filologiczny : Instytut Orientalistykipl
dc.conferenceDünya Edebiyatında İstanbul Sempozyumu
dc.conference.cityStambuł
dc.conference.countryTurcja
dc.conference.datefinish2010-05-07
dc.conference.datestart2010-05-06
dc.contributor.authorFilipowska, Sylwia - 143806 pl
dc.contributor.authorZając, Grażyna - 132837 pl
dc.contributor.editorÜlgen, Erolpl
dc.contributor.editorKaraörs, Metinpl
dc.contributor.editorSuver, Hasanpl
dc.contributor.editorÖzbaş, Eminpl
dc.date.accessioned2016-05-17T07:24:39Z
dc.date.available2016-05-17T07:24:39Z
dc.date.issued2012pl
dc.description.additionalBibliogr. s. 249pl
dc.description.conftypeinternationalpl
dc.description.physical237-249pl
dc.description.publication1,2pl
dc.identifier.urihttp://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/26158
dc.languageturpl
dc.language.containerturpl
dc.participationFilipowska, Sylwia: 50%; Zając, Grażyna: 50%;pl
dc.pubinfoİstanbul : Fatih Belediyesipl
dc.rightsDodaję tylko opis bibliograficzny*
dc.rights.licencebez licencji
dc.rights.uri*
dc.subject.encementeriespl
dc.subject.en19th centurypl
dc.subject.enIstanbulpl
dc.subject.enPolish travellerspl
dc.subject.othermezarlıklarpl
dc.subject.otherİstanbulpl
dc.subject.other19.yüzyılpl
dc.subject.otherPolonyalı seyyahlarpl
dc.subject.plcmentarzepl
dc.subject.plXIX wiekpl
dc.subject.plStambułpl
dc.subject.plpodróżnicy polscypl
dc.subtypeConferenceProceedingspl
dc.titlePolonyalıların gözüyle 19. yüzyılda İstanbul mezarlıklarıpl
dc.title.alternative19th century cementeries of Istanbul from the Polish point of viewpl
dc.title.containerDünya Edebiyatında İstanbul Sempozyumu : Bildirilerpl
dc.typeBookSectionpl
dspace.entity.typePublication
dc.abstract.enpl
This work focuses on the topic of 19th century Istanbul’s cementeries, seen from the subjective point of view by Polish travellers, who decided to visit Turkey because of various reasons: as tourists, journalists, emigrants or simply because they had to change the ship on their way to Jerusalem. The following Polish travellers’ memories were chosen as the subject of the work: Edward Raczynski (arrived in Istanbul in 1814), Manswet Aulich (1831), Ignacy Holowinski (1839), Maurycy Mann (1853), Stanislaw Tarnowski (1858), Henryk Bartsch (1861), Wladyslaw Jablonowski (1866), Adam Sierakowski (1883), Antoni Zaleski (1886), Stanislaw Kozmian (1890), Stanislaw Belza (1890) and Karol Niedzialkowski (1894). "Old Istanbul shows its soul not only with innumerable mosques, but also with the graveyards". This remark of Stanislaw Belza explaines why cementeries were thought as one of the places to be seen in Istanbul. Poles, visiting Muslim, Catholic, Protestant, Armenian, Greek and English cementeries in Istanbul and describing their location, external view, atmosphere or visitors, left a permanent mark of Turkish culture in Polish literature. Bringing the observations of Polish writers out into the open was the main aim of this work.
dc.affiliationpl
Wydział Filologiczny : Instytut Orientalistyki
dc.conference
Dünya Edebiyatında İstanbul Sempozyumu
dc.conference.city
Stambuł
dc.conference.country
Turcja
dc.conference.datefinish
2010-05-07
dc.conference.datestart
2010-05-06
dc.contributor.authorpl
Filipowska, Sylwia - 143806
dc.contributor.authorpl
Zając, Grażyna - 132837
dc.contributor.editorpl
Ülgen, Erol
dc.contributor.editorpl
Karaörs, Metin
dc.contributor.editorpl
Suver, Hasan
dc.contributor.editorpl
Özbaş, Emin
dc.date.accessioned
2016-05-17T07:24:39Z
dc.date.available
2016-05-17T07:24:39Z
dc.date.issuedpl
2012
dc.description.additionalpl
Bibliogr. s. 249
dc.description.conftypepl
international
dc.description.physicalpl
237-249
dc.description.publicationpl
1,2
dc.identifier.uri
http://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/26158
dc.languagepl
tur
dc.language.containerpl
tur
dc.participationpl
Filipowska, Sylwia: 50%; Zając, Grażyna: 50%;
dc.pubinfopl
İstanbul : Fatih Belediyesi
dc.rights*
Dodaję tylko opis bibliograficzny
dc.rights.licence
bez licencji
dc.rights.uri*
dc.subject.enpl
cementeries
dc.subject.enpl
19th century
dc.subject.enpl
Istanbul
dc.subject.enpl
Polish travellers
dc.subject.otherpl
mezarlıklar
dc.subject.otherpl
İstanbul
dc.subject.otherpl
19.yüzyıl
dc.subject.otherpl
Polonyalı seyyahlar
dc.subject.plpl
cmentarze
dc.subject.plpl
XIX wiek
dc.subject.plpl
Stambuł
dc.subject.plpl
podróżnicy polscy
dc.subtypepl
ConferenceProceedings
dc.titlepl
Polonyalıların gözüyle 19. yüzyılda İstanbul mezarlıkları
dc.title.alternativepl
19th century cementeries of Istanbul from the Polish point of view
dc.title.containerpl
Dünya Edebiyatında İstanbul Sempozyumu : Bildiriler
dc.typepl
BookSection
dspace.entity.type
Publication

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