Winter 2002: 8th Issue
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NAZIM HIKMET: National Poet, International Figure, But Not A Turkish Citizen
by Julie MARDIN
To Many More Millennia Dear Nazim
ILHAN MIMAROGLU Lost And Found
by Mehmet DEDE
BARIS MANCO:"One who does not posses a good understanding..."
by Savas MANCO
"I Wonder If..."
by Ayhan M. DUMAN
M.K.PERKER: "I'm Sitting at my drawing table as two people."
STEPHEN KINZER:"Turkey is definitely the counrty of the future. But will it always be? Will the future ever arrive?"
We should not react the movie, "Ararat".
by Egemen BAGIS
Memoirs Of An Exile
MUMTAZ YENER: Portrait of an artist who
believes in "Labor",
by Nina Goksun SAY
by Joe CARNEY
GUL ÇAGIN: "...Concrete Reality & Invisible
by Selçuk PERIN
Sketches & Gestures
Children Of the Sun
by Ozay ERKILIÇ
GULUS GULCUGIL: "BettyWeen Music Project",
An interview by Raife POLAT
Sandra Rios BAILEY
There is never enough of support...
GHz the Post Analog Object in L.A.
by Gül ÇAGIN
by Victoria BARRETT
Light Millennium's 2nd Anniversary Celebration
Cigdem Acar's Remarks of the event
Sobiesky, Faulkner &
Pamuk: "To Uplift Men's Hearts
by Ugur AKINCI
Orhan Pamuk Is A Hit In Chicago
by Sel Erder YACKLEY
Latif Bolat's Multi-Media Presentation in Chicago
by Sel Erder YACKLEY
"The 20th anniversary of the June 12th, 1982 disarmament rally that brought one million people to Central Park approaches, President Bush needs to hear from the American public that his plan to make the world safe for nuclear weapons just isn't good enough.
by William D. HARTUNG
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