Turls in America

May 2019

At the first annual meeting of the European Academy of Religion (EuARe) organized this March by John XXIII Foundation for Religious Studies (FSCIRE) in Bologna, one of the most important issues discussed was the problem of widespread religious

Trump’s retweeting three inflammatory videos from a British far-right group, showing violence being committed by “Muslims” became a highly debated issue worldwide. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders defended Trump’s retweets, said it didn’t matter

This year marks the centenary of the death of Ottoman Sultan Abdulhamid II. We have witnessed an inclination towards understanding Abdulhamid II and his policies letter in the recent years. His reign was doomed by

A collection of books and serials presented by the Ottoman Sultan Abdulhamid II to the U.S. Library of Congress in 1884 were recently digitized by the Library of Congress and made available online. The collection

101 years ago on April 20th, just two weeks after the United States declared war against the Imperial German Government, Turkey severed diplomatic relations with the United States. This interruption would take a decade before

Eleven years ago, Steve Jobs unveiled a gadget to the public he considered to be “a revolutionary product that changes everything” in his “uniform”— a pair of blue Levi jeans, grey New Balance sneakers, and a black mock turtleneck. Pretty much like the way iPhone revolutionized the mobile phone

Bayram Camil (Kamil) ve kardeşi Abraham (İbrahim) Camil, Osmanlı’dan ABD’ye göç eden on binlerce Türk’ten ikisi. Onların da hikâyesi diğer göç edenler gibi taşı toprağı altın Amerika’da birkaç yıl çalışıp para biriktirerek memleketlerine geri dönmekti Dr.

Muslims in the U.S. and all around the world will be celebrating the Islamic festival of sacrifice, Eid al-Adha (in Turkish, Kurban Bayramı) today. Large numbers of Muslims at the Nation’s Capital and those residing

St. Louis’deki Bakewell Osmanlı Bahçesi, Osmanlı İmparatorluğu’nun bahçe geleneklerini yaşatıyor. 1993’te vefat eden Missouri’li emlak zengini Edward L. Bakewell, Jr. mirasçılarına St.Louis’de botanik bahçelerinde bir bahçe yapmaları için yüklü miktarda bir miras bırakır. Oğulları Ted ve Anderson