Duygu Köksal

Duygu Köksal,
Professor

The Atatürk Institute for Modern Turkish History
Bogaziçi University
34342 Bebek-Istanbul / Turkey

E-mail: 
koksaldu@boun.edu.tr

Phone: 
+90-212-359 66 45

Fax: 
+90-212-265 80 03 (Atatürk Institute)

EDUCATION

Ph.D. 1991-1996: Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin
Ph D. Major: Comparative Politics, Minors: American Politics and Political Theory.
Thesis Topic: " The Politics of Cultural Identity in Turkey: Nationalist Perspectives in the Writings of Kemal Tahir, Cemil Meriç and Attila Ilhan".

M.A. 1986-1990: Master Program in Political Science, Department of Public Administration, Bogaziçi University, Istanbul
Thesis Topic: "Islamic Ideology in Iran; the Duality of a Discourse".

ACADEMIC WORK EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor, Bogaziçi University, Atatürk Institute (February 1997-present).

Teaching Assistant (Introduction to American and Texas Politics), Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin (September 1995-May 1996).

Research and Teaching Assistant, Department of Business Administration/Political Science, Bogaziçi University (February 1988-August 1990).

PUBLICATIONS
  • Books

As editor, A Social History of the Late Ottoman Women: New Sources, New Stories, edited by Duygu Köksal, Bogaziçi University, Istanbul and Anastasia Falierou, University of Athens, Brill, 2013.

Duygu Koksal, “Cumhuriyet İdeolojisi ve Estetik Modernizm: Baltacioglu, Yeni Zamanlar ve Bauhaus”, der. Ali Artun, Esra Aliçavuşoğlu, Bauhaus: Modernleşmenin Tasarımı, Iletişim, 2009.

  • Articles

"The Role of Culture and Art in Early Republican Modernization in Turkey" La Multiplication des Images en Pays d'Islam; de l'estampe a la Television (17-21 siecle), Bernard Heyberger and Sylvia Naef (eds.), Istanbuler Texte und Studien, Orient Institut der DMG, Würzburg, 2003

"Attila Ilhan", Modern Türkiye'de Siyasi Düsünce, cilt.2, Kemalizm, Istanbul: Iletisim Yayinlari, 2001, 488-495.

"Fine-tuning Nationalism: Critical Perspectives from Republican Literature in Turkey" , Turkish Studies vol.2, no.2, Autumn 2001, pp.63-84.

"A Comparative Analysis of Communal Identity Perception in the Oral Narratives among the Kochkiri Tribe: Religious Orientation or Ethnic Roots?", co-author Yektan Türkyilmaz, Crossroads of History: Experience, Memory, Orality, XI th International Oral History Conference, Volume II, Bogaziçi University Press, Istanbul, 2000, 818-822.

"Türk Edebiyati'nda Iki Kurulus Anlatisi ve Milli Kimlik: Devlet Ana ve Osmancik" , Toplum ve Bilim, No: 81, Summer 1999, 44-61.

"The Dilemmas of Cultural Synthesis: Cemil Meriç as a Conservative Intellectual", New Perspectives on Turkey, Fall, 1999, 79-101.

"Yeni Adam ve Yeni Kadin: 1930'lar ve 40'larda Kadin, Cinsiyet ve Ulus", Toplumsal Tarih, sayi: 51, cilt: 9, Mart 1998, 31-35.

"Sosyal Bilimlerin Kiyilarinda Edebiyat", Sosyal Bilimleri Yeniden Düsünmek, Metis Yayinlari,1998.

"Ulusun 'Çocuklugu' ", Toplumsal Tarih, No: 40, Vol: 7, April 1997, 7-12.

"Zaman, Osmanlilik ve Cemil Meriç", Cogito, No: 11, 1997, 191-199.

"Kemal Tahir ve Cemil Meriç: Türk Kimliginde 'Sahnenin Disindakiler,' Defter, No: 25, Fall 1995.

"Nationalist Theory in the Writings of Halide Edib," The Turkish Studies Association Bulletin, March 1994.

  • Book Reviews

"Kürt Sorunu, Kökeni ve Gelisimi" (Kemal Kirisçi and Gareth Winrow), New Perspectives on Turkey, No. 17, Fall 1997, 174-180.

"Ottomans and Western Technology " (IRCICA), Middle Eastern Studies Association Bulletin, No: 27, 1993.

  • Translations

"Medine Vesikasi Üzerine Düsünceler" (Ali Bulaç), Liberal Islam, ed. Charles Kurzman, Cambridge University Press, 1998.

CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS ATTENDED
  • Presentations, Conferences & Workshops Attended

"Fine Arts and Cultural Alterity in Early Turkish Republic", Alterity and the Experience of Limits, International Conference of the International Society for the Intellectual History (ISIH), Bogaziçi University, Istanbul, 9-11 December, 2003

- "Art and Power in Turkey: Culture, Aesthetics and Nationalism during the Single Party Era", Visions of Modernity in Turkey, Conference organized by the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, March, 28-29, 2003

-  "Art and Politics in Early Turkish Republic", by invitation, Journee d'Etudes "La Peinture et la Sculpture Contemporaines dans le Monde Arabe et Turc", Institut d'Etudes de l'Islam et des Sociétés du Monde Musulman, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, June 8, 2001.

- "A Comparative Analysis of Communal Identity Perception in the Oral Narratives among the Kochkiri Tribe: Religious Orientation or Ethnic Roots?", co-author Yektan Türkyilmaz, Crossroads of History: Experience, Memory, Orality, XI th International Oral History Conference, Bogaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey, June 15-19, 2000.

- "The Role of Art in Republican Modernization: Yeni Adam ", MESA, Washington, D.C., 19-22 December, 1999.

- "Art, Body and the Nation in Yeni Adam (1934-1979)" , Image: Functions and Languages Conference, The Incursion of the Visual into the Islamic Periphery (17.-20. Centuries), Bogaziçi University, March 25-27, 1998.

- "Kültürel Milliyetçililik ve Cemil Meriç", Cemil Meriç Günleri, Tarik Zafer Tunaya Kültür Merkezi, December 27-28, 1997.

- " Ottoman Past, the Orient and Criticism," Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Colloquium Series, University of Texas at Austin, March 6, 1996.

- "Gender Metaphors: Between the Nation State and Its Critiques," American Political Science Association (APSA) Meeting, San Francisco, August 28-September 1, 1996.

- "Kemal Tahir and Cemil Meriç: Perspectives on Turkish Modernization," BILAR, Istanbul, Seminars on Turkish Modernism, January 5, 1995.

- "Alternative Identities in Republican Turkey: Cemil Meriç and the Ottoman Past as Criticism," Middle Eastern Studies Association (MESA) Conference in Washington, 
D.C., December 6-10, 1995.

- "Islamic Ideology in Iran: the Duality of a Discourse," Southwestern Political Science Association Conference, March 1992, Austin, Texas.

- "Nationalist Theory in the Writings of Halide Edib," The Second Graduate Conference in Difference and the Turkish in the Language Arts, May 1992, Columbus, 
Ohio.

 

  • Academic Meeting Organization

- Co-organizer. In cooperation with Centre de Recherche sur l'Asie Interieure, le Monde Turc, et l'espace Ottoman (CeRATO) and Université Marc Bloch/CRNS, Strasbourg. Image: Functions and Languages Conference, The Incursion of the Visual into the Islamic Periphery (17.-20. Centuries), Bogaziçi University, March 25-27, 1998.

AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

American Research Institute in Turkey, 2001 post-doctoral fellowship

Bogaziçi University Research Fund, Research Grant for the project "Cultural Nationalism and Politics: An Analysis of Education, Art and Individual in the Newspaper 'Yeni Adam' (1934-1971)"

Fulbright Doctoral Scholarship, August 1991-February 1993