Capital of Memory: Cosmopolitanist Nostalgia in Istanbul

  • İlay Romain Örs
Part of the Palgrave Studies in Urban Anthropology book series (PSUA)


Here I discuss contemporary discourses of cosmopolitanist nostalgia in/of Istanbul. While I elaborate on how the Rum Polites conceptualize Istanbul as their homeland and point of reference, I also reflect on how the other Istanbulite communities, past and present, living in and out of Istanbul, relate to the city discursively as a source for identity. I focus on different types of cosmopolitanism in the writings of Rum Polites to help frame this multireferential concept contextually as a way of differentiating experiential modes of cosmopolitanism. Rather than centering on cosmopolitanism or multiculturalism as a political project of social management, I aim to unravel the diverse and contested emic definitions of what constitutes cosmopolitan living. The case of Rum Polites and Istanbul exemplifies how debates in social theory can be grounded through ethnographic analyses of actual cultural realities, thereby contributing to recent scholarship on the subject.


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