Inkpot Issue IV has been in print since December 2012. In this issue you may read essays on “The British Empire and Literature,” film reviews and translations. “The Rise of Englishness” is the title of the article written by Yeşim Kurşunlu (ELIT IV). Yudum Alak (ELIT III) published her essay, entitled “I am not a Guest Here.” “This is not the End of the Book” is the title of an essay by İpek Çakaloz (ELIT III).
Film Reviews are written by Yeşim Kurşunlu (ELIT IV), Gizem Irmak Yolcu (ELIT III), and Kaan Necati Batur (ELIT II), who wrote on Lawrence of Arabia, Sherlock Holmes and Braveheart respectively. Also, there are translations from several writings by two outstanding authors Hanif Kureishi and Amy Bloom. Ayşe Aydın (ELIT II) translated Girl- Kadın Olmak, İpek Çakaloz (ELIT III) and Cansu Begüm Erkoç (ELIT III) translated Midnight All Day- Tüm Gün Gece, Pınar Esma Polat (ELIT II) translated Four Blue Chairs- Dört Mavi Sandalye, and Ahmet Can Vargün (ELIT III) translated When The Year Grows Old- Yıl Yaşlanınca.
Inkpot is a journal designed, composed, edited and transmitted to the readers by ELIT students. Bora Arga (ELIT II) and Ceren Turan (CS IV) worked on the cover, Sinem Oralli (ELIT 2011 Graduate) and Meryem Tugba Peksen (ELIT III) edited the writings, Dilara Senturk (ELIT II), Ozkan Akkaya (ELIT III), Bora Arga (ELIT II), and Ilayda Barbaros (ELIT II) edited the translations. Betul Erdem (ELIT IV) compiled and redacted all the material.You may send an email to Meryem Tugba Peksen (firstname.lastname@example.org) to purchase Inkpot Issue IV.