Oriental Studies and Arts. Contributions Dedicated to Professor Tadeusz Majda on His 85th Birthday

Oriental Studies and Arts. Contributions Dedicated to Professor Tadeusz Majda on His 85th Birthday

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Wydanie: Warszawa 2015
Ilość stron: 474
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ISBN: 978-83-8002-485-4
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This volume is respectfully dedicated to Professor Tadeusz Majda, a renowned scholar in the fields of Oriental Studies and Art History. His numerous publications attest to his preeminent scholarly standing. But it is not the high number of his books and articles that alone mark him as a true teacher and a man of knowledge. It is the position he holds among his learned colleagues; the intense interest in his works shown by his disciples and students; the respect that he has earned among the public; and his values, wisdom,
and gentle sense of humour that have all made him a true scholar, one to be followed. And of course there is his admirable elegance and charm.
The scholarly fields represented by Professor Majda, Oriental Studies with a special focus on Turkology and the history of Oriental Art — mainly the art of the Middle East — are disciplines which require skills in multiple languages, a knowledge of history, a love of literature, a taste for the arts, an interest in Asia and many other traits and qualities, all of which have been acquired by Professor Majda.

(from Preface by Agata Bareja-Starzyńska)

 

Preface
Tabula Gratulatoria

Professor Tadeusz Majda – Biography of a Scholar Kamila Barbara Stanek
Bibliography of Professor Tadeusz Majda Kamila Barbara Stanek
Photographs of Professor Tadeusz Majda 
İsmet Ozel’in Şiirlerinde Kurgusal Ozel Adlar (Fictional Proper Names in İsmet Ozel’s Poems) Mustafa Balcı
The Account of a Famous Polish Writer Henryk Sienkiewicz of Old Turkish Textiles Found in Istanbul at the End of the 19th Century Beata Biedrońska-Słotowa
Yahya Kemal Beyatlı, Turkish Neoclassical Poet, Former Ambassador of Turkey to Poland (1926-1929) Ozturk Emiroğlu
Tanpinar’s Life and His Works Muhittin Ersungur
Women in Alevi Society – Myths and Reality Marzena Godzińska
Turkish Traditional Theatre Forms, or The Performative Art of Nomads Agnieszka Ayşen Kaim
Progressive Thoughts in “Molla Nasreddin” Magazine (Initial Period – 1906-1907) Shahla Kazimova
Portraits of Poles in Eastern Dress Anna Kozak
A Memory Jolanta Kozłowska, Zofia Niedźwiecka
Briefly on the History of Orientalist Book Collection of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences Between 1953 and 1992 Maria Kozłowska
Attempts at Establishing the Etymology of the Names of Proto-Bulgar Rulers Registered in the Namelist of Bulgarian Rulers Anna Parzymies
Drawings by Michiel Coxcie for the Unrealized Story of Abraham Tapestries – a Potential Offer to King Sigismund Augustus (?) Magdalena Piwocka
... and I go myself every year to Constantinople for purchase... / ... I sam coroku do Konstantynopola na zakupna jeżdżę...
Jadwiga Pstrusińska
The Most Precious Arabic Artistic Handicraft Items from the 7th to the 16th Centuries in Polish Collections Małgorzata Redlak
Le Drogman Turc from the Jagiellonian Library Collection Ewa Siemieniec-Gołaś
Phonetic Adaptation of Arabic Loanwords in Argenti’s Ottoman Turkish (1533). Part 2. Vowels Kamil Stachowski
Louis Marcel Devic’s Etymological Dictionary of Oriental Loanwords in French (1876) and a Few Turkological Comments Marek Stachowski
It is Impossible to Live Without Hope – Linquistic Image of the World of Hope in Turkish and Polish Proverbs and Phraseological Expressions Kamila Barbara Stanek
On the Karaite Prayer House in Lutsk and its Furnishings Anna Sulimowicz
Popularity of the Arhats’ Image in the Tibetan and Chinese Art of the Qing Dynasty Era Exemplified by the Selected Artefacts from the Collection of the National Museum in Warsaw Magdalena Szpindler 
Dolmabahce Sarayı’nda Polonya İzleri (Polish Traces in the Domabahce Palace) Hacer Topaktaş
Shamanic Icons of the Peoples of Old Manchuria Jerzy Tulisow
Oğretim Tasarımı Boyutu ile Yabancı Dil Olarak Turkce Oğretimi, Yunus Emre Enstitusu Orneği ve Kultur Diplomasi (Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language in Terms of Instructional Design: Example of the Cultural Diplomacy and the Yunus Emre Institute) Mehmet Ulker
Materials for a Historical Geography of the Ottoman Empire: a Rare Ottoman Map of the Danube Province from ca. 1875 Bogusław R. Zagorski

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