My CV

Ayşe Kadıoğlu, Professor

Sabancı University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Orta Mahalle, Üniversite cad., No: 27

34956 Tuzla, Istanbul, Turkey

Phone: 216-483-9235

Fax: 216-483-9250

E-Mail: ayse@sabanciuniv.edu

MAIN FIELDS OF RESEARCH

Migration and citizenship studies, comparative nationalisms, political ideologies in Turkey, early twentieth century liberal thinkers in Turkey, women and Islam, Turkish secularism, memory and democracy.

RECENT LECTURES:

“Bringing History and Political Economy Back into the Analysis of Hybrid Regimes,” Keynote Lecture, The Centre for Southeast European Sudies at the University of Graz, Consortium for European Symposia on Turkey, Symposium on Populism, Majoritarianism and Crises of Liberal Democracy, Modes of Illiberal Governance in Comparative Perspective, November 1-3, 2015.

“On Memory and Democracy: Skeletons in the Turkish Closet,” 2014 Campagna-Kerven Lecture, Boston University, April 23, 2014.

“Limits of Turkey’s Conservative Change: Between Confidence and Arrogance,” Boston University, International Relations Lecture, February 6, 2013.

ACADEMIC DEGREES

Boston University, Boston, MA, USA.

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Political Science, May 1990.

Major:Comparative Politics. Minor: Political Theory.

Title of Doctoral Dissertation: A Structural Analysis of the Gastarbeiter Phenomenon in the Federal Republic of Germany and its Implications for Turkey with Special Reference to the Social Position of Women.

The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA, Master of Arts (M.A.) in International Relations, January 1984.

Title of Masters Thesis: An Evaluation of Export-Oriented Industrialization Strategies in Less Developed Countries.

Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, Bachelor of Sciences in Political Science, June 1982. 

INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Currently Acting Rector of Sabancı University

since 09/2013: Dean, Sabancı University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Istanbul

since 3/2009: Professor, (1/1998-3/2009, Associate Professor), Sabancı University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Istanbul 

since 9/2013: Board of Trustees Member, Sakıp Sabancı Museum, Istanbul

since 9/2013: Executive Board Member, Education Reform Initiative, Sabancı University, Istanbul

since 9/2010: Advisory Board Member, Istanbul Policy Center, Sabancı University, Mercator Stiftung Initiative, Istanbul

since 2011: Advisor for the online network Free Speech Debate

2010-until the completion of the program in 2013: Advisory Board Member, The Bucerius PhD Scholarship Program in Migration Studies, Zeit Stiftung, Hamburg

10/2011-10/2015: Deputy Member of the Board of Directors, Hrant Dink Foundation, Istanbul

since 2011: Member of the Awards Committee, Hrant Dink Foundation, International Hrant Dink Awards

10/2010-5/2011: Member of Advisory Group, Co-authored the report “Living Together: Combining Diversity and Freedom in 21st Century Europe,” Council of Europe, Strasbourg

2009, 2011, 2012: Member of the Organizing Committee, Hrant Dink Memorial Workshop, Sabancı University, Istanbul

10/2009-6/2010: Sabancı Fellow at the University of Oxford, European Studies Centre, St Antony’s College, Oxford

10/2005-12/2005: Visiting Scholar and Senior Associate Member, University of Oxford, South East European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX), St Antony’s College, Oxford

11/2005-12/2005: Visiting Scholar, University of Westminster, Centre for the Study of Democracy (CSD), London

1/2004, 1/2005, 1/2006, 1/2007, 1/2008, 1/2009, 1/2010, 1/2011, 1/2012, 1/2013: Invited Participant, Middle East Legal Studies Seminar (MELSS) organized by Yale University, Law School, New Haven, CT

9/1990-12/1997: Assistant Professor, Bilkent University, Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Ankara

 2/1992-6/1992: Visiting Post-doctoral Scholar, Stanford University, Center for European Studies, Stanford, CA

1/1989-5/1989: Lecturer, Tufts University, Department of Political Science, Medford, MA

Instructor, Boston University, Metropolitan College, Boston, MA

9/1985-12/1988: Teaching Fellow, Boston University, Department of Political Science, Boston, MA

1/1988-5/1988:Lecturer, Tufts University, Experimental College, Medford, MA

5/1988-7/1988, 5/1987-7/1987, 7/1986-9/1986: Instructor, Boston University Summer School, Boston MA

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

Books:

 Cumhuriyet İradesi-Demokrasi Muhakemesi: Türkiye’de Demokratik Açılım Arayışları (Republican Will-Democratic Reason: Search for a Democratic Disclosure in Turkey) (Istanbul: Metis, 1999).

Vatandaşlığın Dönüşümü: Üyelikten Haklara (Transformation of Citizenship: From Membership to Rights) (Istanbul: Metis, 2008).

(co-edited with Fuat Keyman) Symbiotic Antagonisms: Competing Nationalisms in Turkey (Salt Lake City: The University of Utah Press, 2011).

(co-edited with Kerem Öktem and Mehmet Karlı) Another Empire? A Decade of Turkey’s Foreign Policy Under the Justice and Development Party (Istanbul: Istanbul Bilgi University Press, 2012).

Refereed Journals (in chronological order):

“Citizenship, Immigration, and Racism in a Unified Germany with Special Reference to the Turkish Guestworkers,” Bosphorus University, Journal of Economics and Administrative Studies, 6/1-2, 1992, pp. 199-211.

“Devletini Arayan Millet: Almanya Örneği” (A Nation in Search of Its State: The German Case), Toplum ve Bilim, 62, Fall 1993, pp. 95-111.

“Women’s Subordination in Turkey: Is Islam Really the Villain,” The Middle East Journal, 48/4, Autumn 1994, pp. 645-661.

“Impact of Migration Experiences on Gender Roles: Findings of a Field Research in Turkey,” International Migration, 32/4, 1994, pp. 533-560.

“The Paradox of Turkish Nationalism and the Construction of Official Identity,” Middle Eastern Studies, 32/2, April 1996, pp. 177-194.

“Migration Experiences of Turkish Women: Notes from a Researcher’s Diary,” International Migration, 35/4, 1997, pp. 537-557.

“Republican Epistemology and Islamic Discourses in Turkey in the 1990s,” The Muslim World, LXXXVIII/1, January 1998, pp. 1-21.

“Citizenship and Individuation in Turkey: The Triumph of Will Over Reason,” CEMOTI , 26, 1998, pp. 23-43 (also translated into Turkish and published in Fuat Keyman (ed.), Liberalizm, Devlet, Hegemonya (Liberalism, State, Hegemony), Everest, Istanbul, 2002, pp. 258-283/Reprinted in English in Steunebrink G. and E. van der Zweerde (eds), Civil Society, Religion, and the Nation: Modernization in Intercultural Context, Russia, Japan, Turkey (Studies in Intercultural Philosophy 13, Rodopi, Amsterdam, 2004).

“An Islamic Critique of Modernity in Turkey: Politics of Difference Backwards” (co-authored with Menderes Çınar), Orient , 40/1, March 1999, pp. 53-69.

“Civil Society, Islam and Democracy in Turkey: A Study of Three Islamic NGOs,” The Muslim World, 95/1, January 2005, pp. 23-43.

“Denationalization of Citizenship?, The Turkish Experience,” Citizenship Studies, 11/3, July 2007, pp. 283-301.

“An Oxymoron: The Origins of Civic-Republican Liberalism in Turkey,” Critique, 16/2, Summer 2007, pp. 171-190.

“Political Participation from a Citizenship Perspective,” Middle East Law and Governance, Inaugural issue, 1/1, January 2009, pp. 90-116.

“The Pathologies of Turkish Republican Laicism,” Philosophy and Social Criticism, 36/3-4, 2010, pp.489-504.
Book Chapters (in chronological order):

“The Human Tie: International Labor Migration” in Canan Balkır and Allan M. Williams (eds), Turkey and Europe, Pinter Publishers, Ltd., St. Martin’s Press, London, New York, 1993, pp. 140-157.

“Is Racism Being Combated Effectively in Germany? The New Immigration Legislation,” in Goran Rystad (ed.), Encountering Strangers: Responses and Consequences, Lund University Press, Sweden, 1996, pp. 73-93.

“Cinselliğin İnkarı: Büyük Toplumsal Projelerin Nesnesi Olarak Türk Kadınları” (Denouncing Sexuality: Turkish Women as Objects of Grand Social Projects), Bilanço 98, 75 Yılda Kadınlar ve Erkekler (Women and Men in 75 Years) (Istanbul: Türkiye Ekonomik ve Toplumsal Tarih Vakfı, 1998), pp. 89-101 (also translated into German and published in Barbara Pusch (ed.), Die neue muslimische Frau (Istanbul: Orient-Institut and Goethe-Institut, 2001), pp. 31-50.

“Democratic Citizenship,” Günay Göksu Özdoğan and Gül Tokay (eds), Redefining the Nation, State, and Citizen (Istanbul: Marmara University Research Centre for International Relations, 2000), pp. 59-69.

“Milliyetçilik-Liberalizm Ekseninde Vatandaşlık ve Bireysellik” (Citizenship and Individuation along the Nationalism-Liberalism Axis) in Tanıl Bora (ed.), Modern Türkiye’de Siyasi Düşünce Tarihi (History of Political Thought in Modern Turkey), Vol. 4 (Istanbul: İletişim, 2002), pp. 284-292.

“Can We Envision Turkish Citizenship as Non-membership” in Fuat Keyman and Ahmet İçduygu (eds), Citizenship and Identity In a Globalizing World: European Questions/Turkish Experiences (London and New York: Routledge, 2005), pp. 105-123.

“Muslim Feminist Debates on the Question of Headscarf in Contemporary Turkey,” Ibrahim M. Abu-Rabi (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Contemporary Islamic Thought (Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2006).

“Aydınlanma, Vatandaşlık ve Kadın: Türkiye Örneği,” in Fuat Keyman (ed.), Aydınlanma, Türkiye ve Vatandaşlık (Istanbul: Osmanlı Bankası Arşiv ve Araştırma Merkezi, 2008).

“Vatandaşlık ve Siyasal Katılım” (Citizenship and Political Participation), Ergun Özbudun’a Armağan Cilt I (In Honor of Ergun Özbudun, Vol. I), (Istanbul: Yetkin Yayınları, 2008).

“Genos versus Devlet: Conceptions of Citizenship in Greece and Turkey,” Othon Anastasakis, Kalypso Nicolaidis and Kerem Oktem (eds), In the Long Shadow of Europe: Greeks and Turks in the Era of Postnationalism (Leiden: E. J. Brill, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2009).

“Necessity and State of Exception: Turkish State’s Permanent War with its Kurdish Citizens” in Riva Kastoryano (ed.), Turkey Between Nationalism and Globalization, (Routledge, 2013).

NON-ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS AND POLICY-PAPERS

Book:

Zaman Lekesi (Time Stain) (Istanbul: Istanbul Bilgi Universitesi Yayınları, 2006).

Blog/T24

Essays and Policy-Papers (in chronological order):

“Tarihsel Açıdan Alman Milliyetçiliği, Vatandaşlık Kavramı ve Göç Politikaları” (German Nationalism from a Historical Perspective, the Concept of Citizenship and Immigration Policies), Türkiye Günlüğü, 17, 1991, pp. 104-109.

“Alaturkalık ile İffetsizlik Arasında Birey Olarak Kadın” (Women Between Being A la Turca and Unchaste), Görüş, TÜSIAD publication, no.9, May 1993, pp. 58-62.

“Türkiye’de Yaşanan Hizipleşme ve Dreyfus Meselesi” (Sectarian Tendencies in Turkey and the Dreyfus Affair), Birikim, 59, March 1994, pp. 98-101.

“Milletini Arayan Devlet: Türk Milliyetçiliğinin Açmazları” (A State in Search of Its Nation: The Dilemmas of Turkish Nationalism), Türkiye Günlüğü, 33, 1995, pp. 91-101 (reprinted in Adnan Küçük et al. (eds), 21. Yüzyılın Eşiğinde Türkiye’de Siyasal Hayat (Turkish Political Life at the Turn of the Twentyfirst Century), Vol. II (İstanbul: Aktüel Alfa Akademi, 2005), pp. 807-821.

“Cumhuriyetin Kuruluş Yıllarında Türk Milliyetçiliğinin Çelişkisi ve Seçkinlerin Tavrı” (The Paradox of Turkish Nationalism in the Founding Years of the Republic and the Republican Elite) in Nuri Bilgin (ed.), Cumhuriyet, Demokrasi ve Kimlik (Republic, Democracy, and Identity) (Istanbul: Bağlam, 1997), pp. 277-282.

“Kamusal Alan ile Özel Alanın Yeniden Eklemlenmesi: Demokratik Vatandaşlık” (Rearticulation of the Public and the Private Realms: Democratic Citizenship), Diyalog, 1, 1996, pp. 119-134 (an extended version of this article is translated into German and published in Kursat-Ahlers, Elçin, Dursun Tan and Hans-Peter Waldhoff (eds), Globalisierung, Migration und Multikulturalitat, IKO-Verlag fur Interkulturelle Kommunikation, Institut fur Soziologie der Universitat Hannover, 1999, pp. 257-274).

“Cumhuriyet Kadını: Vatandaş mı, Birey mi?” (Republican Women: A Citizen or An Individual), Varlık, 1069, October 1996, pp. 12-15.

“Sıradan Milliyetçilik: Sürekli Milliyetçilik” (Banal Nationalism: Permanent Nationalism), Varlık, 1076, May 1997, pp. 2-6.

“Yeni Alman Sağı: Bir Başka Tarihbilim Tartışması” (The New German Right: Another Debate of Historiography), Toplumbilim, 7, October 1997, pp. 63-70.

“Laiklik ve Türk Liberalizminin Kökenleri” (Secularism and the Origins of Turkish Liberalism), Defter , 11/33, Spring 1998, pp. 41-63.

“Su Canavarının Karaya Çıkışı: Devlet ve MHP” (Landing of the Sea Monster: State and the Nationalist Action Party), Birikim, 122, June 1999, pp. 23–28.

“Yirminci Yüzyılın Başında Aidiyet Biçimleri” (Senses of Belonging at the Turn of the Twenty First Century), 8. Ulusal Kalite Kongresi, 3–4 November 1999, CD-ROM, TÜSIAD, KalDer.

“Sosyal Bilimsel Sancılar” (Social Scientific Pains), Doğu-Batı, 2/7, May-June-July 1999, pp. 171–186.

“The Debate on Democratization in the Broader Middle East and North Africa: A Civic Assessment from Turkey,” Istanbul Papers 3, Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV) and the German Marshall Fund of the United States, June 2004 (co-authored with Burak Akçapar, Mensur Akgün, Meliha Altunışık –this policy paper was also translated into Turkish and Arabic).

“Eastern Union,” Oxfordforum, Oxford University Student Union, Summer 2006, pp. 38-39.

“Citizenship and Participation,” The CSD Bulletin, Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster, 13/2, Summer 2006, pp. 16–17.

“The Pigeon on the Bridge is Shot,” MERIP online, February 16, 2007.

“The Headscarf and Citizenship in Turkey,” Social Science Research Council blog, Immanent Frame, April 23, 2008.

“The Spirit of Convivencia,” The Cost of No EU-Turkey III: Five Views, Open Society Foundation, Istanbul,  May 2011 (available in English and Turkish).

“From Oblivion to Memory: Skeletons in the Turkish Republican Closet” (co-authored with Orhan Miroğlu), What Does Turkey Think? (edited by Dimitar Bechev), European Council on Foreign Relations, London, June 2011.

“The Role of Islam in the Democratic Transformation of Arab Countries: can Turkish Laicism be a Model?” Democracy on the Precipice: Council of Europe Democracy Debates 2011-12 (Council of Europe publication, 2012).

“Turkish Taboos Perpetuate Immaturity,” printed in Free Speech Debate on February 17, 2012 (reprinted in the Guardian on April 18, 2012).

“Skeletons in the Turkish Closet: Remembering the Armenian Genocide,” Open Democracy, April 24, 2015.

“Coup d’état attempt: Turkey’s Reichstag Fire,” Open Democracy, July 16, 2016.

AWARDS / GRANTS / FELLOWSHIPS

TÜBİTAK 3001 grant (ongoing), An Analysis of Citizenship Perceptions in Istanbul on the Basis of Political Party Orientations, report due end of December 2016. 

Perceptions of Citizenship in Turkey: Equal Citizenship and Active Citizenship (with Fuat Keyman and Didem Çakmaklı),  Istanbul Policy Center, Checks and Balances Network in cooperation with National Democratic Institute, KONDA Research and Consultancy, 2016.

Sabancı University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Teaching Award, 2012.

Boston University, The Graduate School Prize for Excellence in Teaching, 1989.

Boston University, Graduate School Financial Assistance Award, 9/1985-5/1990.

The Foreign Student Service Council and the U.S. Information Agency Certificate/Award for successful completion of International Leadership Workshop on U.S. Government and Foreign Policy, November 1986.

The Ford Foundation, International Development Research Center of Canada and The Population Council,  Middle East Awards (MEAwards), Research Grant, May 1989 (first stage), March 1990 (second stage) for conducting   field survey on the changing social and familial positions of returning migrant women in Turkey. Middle East Research Competition (MERC), additional grant for the same research, August 1990.

The New England Political Science Association, Donovan Prize for The Best Graduate Paper presented at the 1989 Annual Conference.

Salzburg Seminar Fellowship, Session 311 on “Is Europe Losing Its Way,” March 12-19, 1994.

University of Oxford, Programme on Contemporary Turkey, Visiting Scholarship and Senior Associate Membership at St. Antony’s College, 10/2005-1/2006.

University of Oxford, Sabancı Fellowship, European Studies Centre, St Antony’s College, 10/2009-06/2010.