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Özhan Öztürk

Özhan Öztürk

Özhan Öztürk (born 1968) is a Turkish writer and researcher. He wrote for the first Turkish Folklore Encyclopaedia and the first encyclopaedic dictionary of the culture, folklore of the peoples of the Black Sea region of Turkey.[1]


  • Works 1
  • See also 2
  • Notes 3
  • External links 4


  • Karadeniz Ansiklopedik Sözlük, İstanbul, 2005. Heyamola Yayınları. 2 vol. 1256 pages ISBN 975-6121-00-9
  • Bizim Temel (about national personification of the Pontic people, Temel) in Temel Kimdir, Heyamola Yayınları. Istanbul, 2006. ISBN 975-6121-15-7
  • Folklor ve Mitoloji Sözlüğü, Ankara, 2009. Phoenix Yayınları. 1054 pages ISBN 978-605-57-3826-6
  • Pontus: Antik Çağ’dan Günümüze Karadeniz’in Etnik ve Siyasi Tarihi (Pontus: The Ethnic and Political History of a Black Sea Region from Antiquity to Today) Genesis Yayınları. Ankara, 2011. 952 pages. ISBN 978-605-54-1017-9
  • Articles, stories and research studies about Folklore and Pontus culture mostly published in Doğa Karadeniz, Radikal daily newspaper and Folklore magazines.

See also


  1. ^ "Özhan Öztürk". Yeni Ansiklopedi (New Encyclopaedia). 

External links

  • Crete in Trabzon Thrace in Artvin (An interview, 2005)

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