In this context, the project aims to determine the current status of the places of tombs, hazire and grave, update the data and the information such as address, property and create an inventory list by combining written and visual information in the archives of relevant institutions and organizations with the existing data. In addition, the studies to be prepared for raising public awareness on cultural heritage will be presented as publication.
This project has been designed as a study that aims to discuss the process of domestic migration in quantitative way by taking the qualitative differentiation into account in a period when research about the domestic migration loses its importance in social sciences in Turkey and the world.
Although not compatible with the research priorities of this period, the project differs from the conventional approaches in terms of the theoretical framework (perspective), the method of following representation (methodology) and the use of previously unused data sources.
This study aims to investigate the economic and spatial differentiation described as shifts over the years, the sectoral associations that constitute the building blocks of the economic structure of the city, which have not yet been documented or partially revealed and constitute the economic and spatial transformation and continuity and to define economic and spatial transformation processes by following the policies, actions and tools that constitute these processes and while doin these it examines the 20th century İstanbul trade geography by a new approach and method. In the study, the characteristics of business landscape of İstanbul Center Workplace, activity combinations, spatial patterns in change and transformation and the effect of this in shaping of the city have been investigated in four historiographic periods through relational approach.