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SELECTED RESOURCES

ARCHAEOLOGY:

- TAY: The Archaeological Settlements of Turkey Project
- Turkish Archaeological News
- U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Cultural and Educational Affairs, Cultural Heritage Center
- OPEN CONTEXT: web-based research data publication, including archaeological sites in Turkey
- CAMEL: University of Chicago, Center for Middle East Landscapes
- CORONA Archaeological Atlas of the Middle East
- AWOL - The Ancient World Online
- University of Nebraska Archaeological Field School in Gazipaşa, Turkey
- Chicago Hittite Dictionary Project


HISTORY:

- Ottoman History Podcast
- Turkish State Archives (Başbakanlık Devlet Arşivleri Genel Müdürlüğü); Turkish Cultural Foundation translation of the Guide to the General Directorate of State Archives.
- DOI: Database for Ottoman Inscriptions
- IRCICA Farabi Digital Library


TURKISH LANGUAGE:

- American Association of Teachers of Turkic Languages
- Ralph Jaeckel, Gülnur Doğanata Erciyeş, A Dictionary of Turkish Verbs
- Charles Gates, Turkish-English/English-Turkish Dictionary and Phrasebook


MEDIA ACCESS:
Turkish media on the web


PUBLICATIONS:

- New Publication:
Toni M. Cross, Anatolian Images

- Recent books of interest:
           Robert Ousterhout, John Henry Haynes: A Photographer and Archaeologist in the Ottoman Empire 1881-1900
           Naomi Miller, Botanical Aspects of Environment and Economy at Gordion, Turkey

- Ankara Booklovers' selections:
           Ben Claasz Coockson, Living in Mud
           Heath Lowry, Turkey and I, An Ongoing Affair
           Keith Greenwood, Robert College, the American Founders

           (also contact ARIT Ankara branch for these volumes)

- Robert Ousterhout, editor, Studies on Istanbul and Beyond
- Toni M. Cross and Gary Leiser, A History of Ankara        
- Naomi Miller, Drawing on the Past, an Archaeologist's Sketchbook  
- Owen Doonan, Sinop Landscapes
- Lisa Kealhofer, The Archaeology of Midas


PENN MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS:

Archaeologists and Travelers in Ottoman Lands
Vaults of Heaven - Visions of Byzantium
His Golden Touch - the Gordion Drawings of Piet de Jong


K - 16 TEACHING RESOURCES ON TURKEY AND THE REGION: