- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Thesis title: Transformation of political Islam as a paradox of political being: Between "to be" and "not to be"
- Supervisor: Professor S. Sayyid, Dr. Mustapha Sheikh
I have a BA in Political Science (Bilkent University, Turkey) and an MS in Political Science and Public Administration (METU, Turkey). During my MS, I mainly studied political theory, and my dissertation was titled “Religious Reasoning in Politics: A Discussion of Public Reason”. In the last year of my MS, I worked as a Research Assistant at the Department of Political Science in Social Sciences University of Ankara (ASBU). Currently, I am undertaking my PhD. My project attempts an ontological reading of the transformation of Islamism through engagement with the political theories of S. Sayyid and Hannah Arendt.
- Social and Political Theory
- Islam and Politics
- Religion and Politics
- Critical Muslim Studies
- Gothic and/as Political Theory (zombie, vampire, ghoul etc.)
- Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)
Research groups and institutes
- Centre for Ethnicity and Racism Studies