Devrim Reform
“Devrim Reform” is a collection of theoretical texts and images representing the Turkish Language Reform, as well as the current approach to language and writing.
As part of the Turkish alphabet change in 1928 the State disposed of the Ottomans literary heritage. Many works were destroyed out of eagerness to welcome a new epoch of formation.
The concept of the magazine relies on the merging and confrontation of positions in the Turkish literature, together with opinions from Oriental and Turkish Studies.
Master thesis project at the Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design in Kiel.

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19×25cm
104 Pages
Self-published
Printed at Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design
Supervised by Prof. Annette E. le Fort and Prof. André Heers

Supported by Sadık Karamustafa
Languages: De, Tr, En 

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