Work Experience

  • Todate 2013

    Müdür

    Yakın Doğu Üniversitesi, Yaşam Boyu Eğitim Merkezi

  • Todate 2013

    Müdür

    Yakın Doğu Üniversitesi, Yakın Doğu Enstitüsü

Education & Training

  • Ph.D. 2008

    Uluslararası İlişkiler

    Ortadoğu Teknik Üniversitesi

  • Master2001

    Media and Communications

    London School of Economics

  • Bachelor1997

    Uluslararası İlişkiler

    Ortadoğu Teknik Üniversitesi

Honors, Awards and Grants

Research Projects

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General Publication The Turkish Press and the Representation of the Armenian Minority during the 1965 Events, 2016

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http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00263206.2011.619354

General Publication The Nakba in Palestinian Memory in Israel, 2016

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General Publication THE RESURRECTION OF PALESTINIAN IDENTITY IN DIVIDED SOCIETIES OF THE MIDDLE EAST: THE CASES OF JORDAN AND ISRAEL, 2016

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http://www.inderscienceonline.com/doi/abs/10.1504/IJBG.2012.047084

General Publication Political economy of internal/external migration and skilled labour mobility within the Israeli labour market, 2016

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https://www.ceeol.com/search/article-detail?id=242633

General Publication Playing in the Discursive Backyard of the State: Turkish National Press Discourse towards the Anti-Jewish Incidents of 1934, 2016

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http://etd.lib.metu.edu.tr/upload/3/12610066/index.pdf

General Publication A TALE OF TWO VILLAGES: A GRAMSCIAN ANALYSIS OF THE HAMULA AND THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE ISRAELI STATE AND PALESTINIAN ARAB CITIZENS OF ISRAEL, 2016

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http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.2752/175630615X14135446523387

General Publication Architecture of Power and Urban Space in a Divided City: A History of Official Buildings in Nicosia/Lefkoşa, 2016

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http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2335023

General Publication Intermingled cycles of hegemony-building: Europeanization and minority policies in Greece during the simitis period, 2016

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THE RESURRECTION OF PALESTINIAN IDENTITY IN DIVIDED SOCIETIES OF THE MIDDLE EAST: THE CASES OF JORDAN AND ISRAEL

Original Article Perceptions, Volume *, Issue -, 2010, Pages -

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The Nakba in Palestinian Memory in Israel

Original Article Middle Eastern Studies, Volume 47, Issue 6, 2011, Pages 947-959

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Changes in the international, regional and domestic arenas in the late 1990s resulted in discursive change with regard to interpretation of the Al Nakba in the political and civil societies of the Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel. Apart from fuelling a discursive challenge to the Israeli dominant discourse about the 1948 events, this reinterpretation allowed the Palestinian Arab citizens to discuss the historical roots of the problems they experienced within the Israeli political and civil societal spheres. This article analyses the nature and significance of discursive change of the Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel on the Nakba by referring to its impact on their identity politics as well as their political and civil societal activities.


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Political economy of internal/external migration and skilled labour mobility within the Israeli labour market

Original Article International Journal of Business and Globalisation, Volume 8, Issue 4, 2012, Pages 503-519

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As a society of immigrants, Israel has developed several strategies, norms and structures to integrate diverse immigrant groups into the various stages and processes of production. Each wave of immigration to Israel has taken place within a particular historical context and has been comprised of a different group of immigrants with their own distinctive socio-economic and cultural characteristics. The degree to which these skilled immigrants were successfully incorporated into the Israeli economy and labour market depended on a variety of local, national, regional and global dynamics. This article examines the changing dynamics of internal and external migration by providing an analysis of the historical evolution and current situation of five communities within the Israeli labour market, namely, Ethiopian Jews, Jews from the former Soviet Union (FSU), Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel, non-citizen Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza Strip (WBGS) and foreign workers.


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Intermingled Cycles of Hegemony-Building: Europeanization and Minority Policies in Greece During the Simitis Period

Original Article CEU Political Science Journal, Volume 8, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 202-233

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Drawing on the changes and continuities in Greek official discourse and state policies towards the Turkish speaking Muslim minority in the 1990s, this article discusses the impact of Europeanization process on the state-minority relations in Greece from the neo-Gramscian perspective. Referring to an upper cycle of hegemony-in-building process between the -EU and Greece in the late 1990s, the article addresses the discursive and/or practical changes and continuities in the minority policy framework during the 1990s as well as prospects of the Greek state’s relations with the Turkish/Muslim minority. Within this context, it examines the likelihood of a hegemonic relationship between the Greek state and the Turkish/Muslim minority, based on the consent of the latter under the framework of a broader hegemonic structure of the European Union.


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Playing in the Discursive Backyard of the State: Turkish National Press Discourse towards the Anti-Jewish Incidents of 1934

Original Article Kwartalnik Historii Zydów, Volume *, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 297-320

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"Architecture of Power and Urban Space in a Divided City: A History of Official Buildings in Nicosia/Lefkoşa”

Original Article The Design Journal, Volume 18, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 135-157

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The capital city of Cyprus, Nicosia, has been the seat of government and administrative authority throughout the island's history. The Lusignan reign in the twelfth century (1192–1489) was followed by Venetian (1489–1571), Ottoman (1571–1878) and British (1878–1960) rule until the establishment of the independent state of Cyprus (1960–1963). Today, Nicosia is the last divided capital city in Europe, serving the Turkish Cypriots in the north and the Greek Cypriots in the south of the island. The palaces, monuments and governmental centres illustrate how territorial belonging and power were defined and reflected in the buildings of the city itself. The way in which the power of individuals, communities and nations is organized can be traced through the organization of space and the architectural forms of administrative buildings. This paper elaborates on the ideas and experiences of architects with regard to the ideational background, symbolic significance and relationship between art form and political power put forth in these buildings. Within this context, the paper reflects on the impact of divisiveness in architectural forms and aesthetics, the political use of urban space, the constructional aim of official buildings, the architectural styles that affected their design and the extent of the political authority's involvement in planning and design. Drawing on the oral testimonies of architects and archival materials, the paper highlights the connection between political power and the architectural processes that allowed for the contextualization of divisiveness that has dominated the architectural forms on the island particularly in the contemporary history of the island.


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Currrent Teaching

Teaching History

  • 2015 GÜZ

    20TH C. WORLD POLITICS

    Globalization and Politics Globalization is a rising phenomenon since the second half of 20th century. In this course existing definitions of globalization are examined and the multiple impacts and consequences of globalization in different areas such as economy, environment, citizenship, identity, nation-states, language and world politics are discussed. It is also aimed at to discuss anti-globalization movements and their possible impacts on the route of globalization process.

  • 2016 BAHAR

    ADVANCED ISSUES IN IR

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  • 2017 BAHAR

    ADVANCED ISSUES IN IR

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  • 2014 BAHAR

    CURRENT ISSUES IN IR/POL

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  • 2015 BAHAR

    CURRENT ISSUES IN IR/POL

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  • 2015 GÜZ

    CURRENT ISSUES IN IR/POL

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  • 2014 BAHAR

    IR THEORIES

  • 2014 BAHAR

    IR THEORIES

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  • 2017 GÜZ

    ISRAELI FOREIGN POLICY

  • 2016 BAHAR

    ISRAELI FOREIGN POLICY

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  • 2017 GÜZ

    ISRAELI FOREIGN POLICY

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  • 2018 GÜZ

    ISRAELI FOREIGN POLICY

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  • 2016 GÜZ

    POLITICAL THEORY

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  • 2016 GÜZ

    READING COURSE

  • 2017 BAHAR

    SEMINAR

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  • 2017 YAZ

    SEMINAR

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  • 2017 BAHAR

    TERRORISM

  • 2017 BAHAR

    TERRORISM

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  • 2017 GÜZ

    Thesis

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  • 2017 BAHAR

    THESIS

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  • 2018 GÜZ

    THESIS

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