Announcements and Lectures

Announcement : final exam results

Dear All,

You can find the final exam results in the document attached below. For those of you who would like to see their exam papers, there will be a meeting today between 16.00-17.00 at M 1171 (Engineering Building).
Best,
HIST 106 Team
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Announcement

Dear All,

For those of you who would like to see their exam papers,  there will be a meeting on June 6th Tuesday, between 16.00-17.00. The location of the meeting is at M 1171 (Engineering building).

The exam results will be announced on Tuesday in the afternoon.

Best,
HIST 106 Team

Announcement: Final Exam Locations

Dear All,

HIST 106 final exam will take place on Saturday, 20th of May, between 10.00- 12.00. The exam location is the New Hall building on North Campus.
Exam locations according to the surnames:
101: ACAT – BİLİM
105: BİLTEKİN – ERDAL
401: ERDEM – (HULUSİ) KARATAŞ
405: (OĞUZHAN) KARATAŞ – ÖS
301: ÖYÜK – ŞENTÜRK
305: ŞİMŞEK – ZORLU
Best,
HIST 106 Team

Announcement: Final Exam Format, Content and Location

Dear all,

This is an announcement concerning the Hist 106 final exam format:

It is on May 20, Saturday. The exam consists of three parts. The first part includes short essay questions; you have to answer 3 out of 5 short essay questions (26 points each=78 points in total). The second part is composed of multiple choice questions (2 points each=22 points in total). In this part, wrong answers will not cancel out the right ones. Finally, the third part provides you a bonus (optional) question (10 points).

For the final exam, you are responsible for all the topics and material covered from March 29, Wednesday up to the last day of the lecture, May 15, Monday.

The exam will be held at New Hall. The exam rooms will be announced soon, so please check your e-mails and the blog.

Best,
HIST 106 Team

Lecture 34: The growth of mass culture: Modern values by Lale Babaoğlu, May 12

Lecture 33: The Avant-garde by Lale Babaoğlu, May 10

Announcement: The Questions for Discussion Session, May 12

Please read the primary sources of this week’s section in light of the questions below:
 
1. How does Habermas explain the origins of the terms modern, modernity and modernism?
 
2. How does the avant-garde express itself in relation to the changing aesthetics of modernity and the exaltation of the present?
 
3. Why do you think Habermas mentions modernity as a project which has not yet been fulfilled in connection to the altered reception of art by the laymen?
 
Best,
HIST 106 Team

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