Bosnian academic professor, who went to Turkey for education during the period of former Yugoslavia. Doctor. Kazim Hadzicamelik said he was happy to be able to pass on what he learned in Turkey and his experiences to future generations.
Hadzimejlik, who completed his education in Istanbul and currently works as a faculty member at the Academy of Fine Arts of the University of Sarajevo, one of the important educational institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, spoke about the education process in Turkey and the impact of his education on his career.
Noting that he comes from a deeply rooted family, Hadzimglik said, “I have always been fond of Fatih Sultan Mehmet and Istanbul. At the same time, my grandfather graduated from Daralfon in Istanbul. He is a graduate of the faculties of law and theology.” He said.
Hadzimglik explained that his grandfather worked in Istanbul for a while and then returned to Sarajevo, and said that it was his destiny to study in Turkey, about 100 years after his departure.
Hadzimglik stated that he went to Turkey in 1987 during the period of former Yugoslavia, “I passed the exams. I graduated from Mimar Sinan University of Traditional Turkish Handicrafts. Then I got a master’s degree in Art History Department of Marmara University. After that, I completed my PhD education by giving my thesis in Department of Islamic Arts and Archeology at Mimar Sinan University. He said.
“I miss this honesty in Turkey”
Stating that he worked at Mimar Sinan University for 10 years, Hadzimeglik said, “We yearned for many things in the Yugoslav period. That time is completely different. I miss that honesty in Turkey.” Make an evaluation.
Stating that he was one of the first students to go to Turkey from Bosnia and Herzegovina after World War II, Hadzimglik said, “I graduated from university in 1992. I started postgraduate studies. At that time the war broke out in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In Turkey, I worked in the consulate To help refugees from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Use his statements.
Hadzimglik explained that he started working as an assistant at the university due to being a successful student in his educational life, and noted that he had the opportunity to work with many important academics in Turkey.
Hadzimglik said he worked at Mimar Sinan University until 2001, and then suddenly I made a decision. I woke up one morning and thought I should go back to my hometown. I’m back in Sarajevo. Here we are trying to revive our traditions and arts from scratch. At this point, we have done many activities.” He said.
Stating that he has always been interested in art, Hadzimglik continued:
“I was interested in old articles and books. Based on that, I studied calligraphy in Istanbul. I got permission at the university and outside it. Hassan Çelebi, and I also got a license from the late Ali Al-Burslan. Besides, I learned other handcrafts.”
– “I am happy to be able to pass on what I learned in Turkey to future generations”
Stating that he was trying to pass on what he learned in Turkey to his students at the Academy of Fine Arts of the University of Sarajevo, Hadzimglik said, “We didn’t have some departments here. We screwed them up. We created the Department of History of Art and Archeology. We added courses in Islamic arts and Bosnian art in the Ottoman period.” “. He said.
Pointing out that calligraphy is a bit weak in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hadzimglik said, “Today, this situation is changing a bit. We are trying to spread what we have learned here as well. Like marbling, pencil work, illuminations, miniatures. We are trying to teach it within the academy and through courses.” training.” Use his statements.
Emphasizing that students are definitely influenced by the country in which they study, Hadzimglik said, “They will reflect that in the places they work throughout their lives. Turkey has a big role in the Balkans. Especially sincerity in Turkey. Students who study there have great benefits here.” Make an evaluation.
Stating that students studying in Turkey form a bridge with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hadzimglik said, “I would like to thank Turkey for giving me the opportunity to study at that time. I am also very happy to be able to pass on the things I learned there and the income I earned to future generations.” He said.
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