Curriculum

Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
TDEDXX1 SEÇMELİ I 3 3 0
TDEDXX2 SEÇMELİ II 3 3 0
TDEDXX3 SEÇMELİ III 3 3 0
TDEDXX4 SEÇMELİ IV 3 3 0
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
TDED650 DOKTORA YETERLILIK 0 0 0 50
Students present their original knowledge in written and oral exams in the courses they take at the undergraduate, master and doctorate levels. Their proficiency in writing a doctoral thesis is measured.
TDED690 SEMINER 0 3 0 30
The aim of this course is to help doctoral students improve communication, discussion, and speaking to audience skills by preparing and presenting a recent study which could contribute to their thesis topic during their education, according to scientific research methods. In this course, studies are done regarding the basic resources and application methods of the sub-disciplines of Turkish Language and Literature. After the student specifies a seminar topic with their supervisor, a literature search is conducted on the thesis topic. The aim of the presentation is to give brief information about the purpose, the importance and the scope of the seminar and preparepreliminary information about the subject. The researcher presents the topic in an integrated manner and after summarizing the topic, the results are shared. The importance of the subject is emphasized and suggestions are put forward if there are any.
TDEDXX5 SEÇMELİ V 3 3 0
TDEDXX6 SEÇMELİ VI 3 3 0
TDEDXX7 SEÇMELİ VII 3 3 0
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
TDED600 TEZ ÇALIŞMASI 0 3 0 75
The aim of the course is to enable the student to conduct a study in accordance with the ethical rules for accessing, evaluating and interpreting information for the solution of a specific problem related to the scientific field in which he / she works. In this context, a thesis will be prepared on a specific subject in one of the disciplines of New Turkish Literature, Old Turkish Literature, Turkish Language and Turkish Folk Literature according to the selected science. After the thesis study has been developed and finalized under the supervision of the Thesis Monitoring Committee, it will be defended against the thesis jury. The primary goal of the thesis is to bring an innovation to Turkish language research, New Turkish Literature, Old Turkish Literature or Turkish Folklore research and to fill a gap. In this respect, the relationship between the path, findings and the outcome of the thesis will be evaluated from an academic framework. The publication of the thesis developed by the jury, which is deemed appropriate by the jury, will be published in a journal which is searched by international academic indexes.
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
TDED607 ARAŞTIRMA YÖNTEMLERI 3 3 0 75
Basic concepts, principles, and approaches in scientific research are introduced prior to research training. Functions, features, and sources of sciences are studied. In addition, the fundamental hypothesis of scientific research and research methods are studied in depth. Contributions of scientific research and to the fields of Turkish Folklore and Literature, New Turkish Literature, Old Turkish Literature and Turkish Language Studies as well as fieldwork are carried out. The students are guided to carry out research on their chosen topic to gain experience in carrying out research and to contribute to existing literature with new perspectives. Carrying out a literature review, preparing a reference list, without any ethical infringements and plagiarism are stressed. Types of referencing and preparing a reference list are explained with detailed examples.
TDED602 EDEBIYAT ESTETIĞI 3 3 0 75
Determination of the process of enriching and producing imaginative power with the linguistic material in the presentation of literary works within the scope of artistic creations is the subject of the course. Also covered: The ability of art education to express the emotions, thoughts and impressions of the individual and the ability to bring the creative power to an aesthetic level, the application of phenomonenological-ontological object methods of objectivist aesthetics in aesthetic object analysis, by determining the aesthetic attitude with its auto-teles, contemplation, concept, sensation, perception, emotion and identification, systematics of aesthetic value, aesthetic value, understanding of metaphysical beauty, reflection of ontological beauty and applied studies on idealistic theory, historical-materialist, ontological views, And the application of aesthetic judicial analysis within the logical aesthetic understanding.
TDED501 HALKBILIMI KURAM VE YÖNTEMLERI 3 3 0 75
The course focuses on the nature of folklore and the identification of the main research areas in order to; gain the intellectual tools and equipment that a practicing folklorist should possess, to research the general qualities of national folklore theories and practices in some countries, to study plans of village, town and city monographs in the framework of Turkish folklore and their application, to study various aspects of the concept of field research in folklore, determination of research topic, analysis and compilation plans, main principles and applications of observation (observation) method, to study the evolution of folkloric thought in the history of Western thought, the mythological school and its practices, the formation of variants in the migration of folklore and folklore, and the practical work of Axel Olrik in the context of the epic law. The basic principles of the historical-geographical Fin School and comparative studies of domestic and foreign research are considered within this framework.
TDED505 YENI TÜRK EDEBIYATI KAYNAKLARI 3 3 0 75
The course includes the acquisition of historical, academic and critical perspectives on the main sources of prose (article, memory, travel, letter, history) novel and story, poetry, theater, criticism and other literary genres, and an examination of the sources of folk theatre in the creation of the first period works in the theatre genre. The period covered starts from the first poetics about the structure of the new poetry, which has undergone a major change since the nineteenth century through to scanning the literature in the literary canon. This involves determining the historical origins of the new Turkish Literature genres and conducting library research, determining the methods of accumulation in electronic resources, compilation of information about New Turkish Literature in literary history, and the examination of master's and doctoral theses which have been made in the field of new Turkish literature in Cyprus and Turkey.
TDED510 ESKI ANADOLU TÜRKÇESI 3 3 0 75
Ancient Anatolian Turkish, which is known by different names in the literature such as; Western Turkish, South West Turkish, Ancient Oghuz Turkish, Ancient Ottoman Turkish, and Ancient Turkey Turkish, is the first step of the first written work which was developed in 13th century. The first objective of this course is to explain this writing type within its social, political and historical context. After explaining the formation stage of the related writing type, bilingualism that is observed in the first written documents, which is also counted as the hybrid language that reflects both East and West Turkish, is mentioned. This course, which starts with the text analysis of works which show hybrid language such as Behcetu-l Hadaik, continues with the analysis of the language of handwritten works, which show the changes of the three main steps of Ancient Anatolian Turkish.
TDED502 ESKI TÜRK EDEBIYATINDA NESIR 3 3 0 75
The course focuses on types of prose in Old Turkish Literature, including the introduction and analysis of the historical development of the prose in old Turkish Literature, recognizing, reading, understanding and interpreting the main text types of Ottoman Turkish literature. The literary texts of the Ottoman period are not merely poetry, there are many prose texts, produced during that period, which meet the literary and cultural requirements of that period, listed as; the skill of recognizing, reading and interpreting these texts. Study also focuses on artists who wrote in prose type in Old Turkish Literature, the ability to read, understand and interpret a large number of literary, historical, religious, and mystical texts by framing prose texts of Turkish literature (epic stories, folk tales, stories, menacbnames, tezkires et al.), and studies on old prose in Turkish Literature.
TDED512 TÜRKLÜK BILGISI TARIHI 3 3 0 75
This course entails the examination of Turkish language and literature in terms of both time and space, including studies of the main sources and basic theories, concepts related to Turkish culture and civilization, a view from a broad perspective before and after Islam, and factors forming Turkish culture and literature. The course aims to examine the change and development of Turkish culture, investigate the place and importance of Turkish culture in world cultures, developed approaches, and the birth of Turkology, founded in Turkey and globally. Turkology departments and their functions are studied, including an examination of Turkology studies in the Western world and assessment of academic work in the Turkish world, and a consideration of the literature of Turkology. It is a course which aims to reach both an analytic and a critical perspective in the history of Turkish.
TDED609 ESKI TÜRKÇE 3 3 0 75
The language of the works dating back to Uyghur Turks, who were the socio-cultural descendants of Kok Turks and the Kok Turk state, is studied. The documents dating back to the Kok Turk era are introduced and the research conducted is studied. The discrepancies in the interpretations and readings of The Kul Tigin, Bilge Khagan and Tonyukuk inscriptions with respect to the differences in their perspectives from their first reading to today are studied. The dense body of translated works dating back to the Uyghur period, including those such as Altun Yaruq, The story of Good and Evil Hearted Prince, Castani Bey, Dandipali, Kuanşi im Pusar, are transcribed and linguistically analysed. The grammar and vocabulary of Turkish dialects are sourced and studied to understand the depth and breadth of the discipline.