Title: Assistant Prof. Dr.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: 0216 5780000Other Position: Visiting ScholarPosition: AcademicianType: Tam ZamanlıAkademikResumeResearch Fields Late Ottoman and Republican history, urban studies, historical anthropology, philosophy of history, collective violence Biography BA: 2004-Istanbul Technical University / Electronics and Communication Engineering MA: 2006-Boğaziçi University / Ataturk Institute for Modern Turkish History PhD: 2008-Boğaziçi University / Ataturk Institute for Modern Turkish History PhD: 2015-University of Michigan / Anthropology and History Courses GivenPolitical Anthropology PublicationsPapers 2020, “The Making of a National City: From Harput to Elazığ,” in Routledge Handbook on Contemporary Turkey, ed. by Joost Jongerden. London: Routledge. 2020, “Ethnographic authority and public culture in Turkey in the 1950s,” History and Anthropology. 2016, “Convict Labor in Turkey, 1936-1953: A Capitalist Corporation in the State?” International Labor and Working-Class History, no. 90 (Fall): 244-65. 2012, “Unearthing the Ottoman Present,” New Perspectives on Turkey, no. 47, Fall: 211-220. 2012, “HAU: Felsefi Antropolojiden Antropolojik Felsefeye Doğru,” Toplum ve Bilim, no. 23, Mart: 286-91. Books and Book Chapters 2019, [Book Review] “Begüm Adalet. Hotels and Highways: The Construction of Modernization Theory in Cold War Turkey. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2018, xi + 286 pages.” New Perspectives on Turkey, no. 60 (May): 140-44. 2019, “Arabella ile Tomas,” Tarihçilerden Başka Bir Hikâye, der. Ebru Aykut, Nurçin İleri, Fatih Artvinli. İstanbul: Can Yayınları, 29-52.2016, “Window-Conflicts in the Ottoman Empire and Turkey: Visual Privacy, Materiality and Right to the City,” Middle Eastern Studies 52, no. 4: 588-604. 2016, “Suburbanization and Urban Duality in Harput Area,” in The Ottoman East in the Nineteenth Century: Societies, Identities and Politics, ed. by Yaşar Tolga Cora, Dzovinar Derderian, and Ali Sipahi. London: I.B. Tauris, 247-67. 2016, “Introduction,” co-authored by the editors, in The Ottoman East in the Nineteenth Century: Societies, Identities and Politics, ed. by Yaşar Tolga Cora, Dzovinar Derderian, and Ali Sipahi. London: I.B. Tauris, 1-15.