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People

  • Resat Kasaba
    Adjunct in NELC , Professor and Director of the Jackson School of International Studies
  • Selim Kuru
    Associate Professor, Director of Turkish and Ottoman Studies Program, Graduate Program Coordinador
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    Assistant Teaching Professor

Research

  • Selim S. Kuru, “Istanbul: City of Men,” in Brill Companion to Early Modern Istanbul, edited by Shirine Hamadeh and Çiğdem Kafesçioğlu (Leiden: Brill 2021), 62-85 Learn more
  • “Male Discourses of Gender and Sexuality: How History Omits the Ottoman Elites' Love of Literature.” Journal of the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association, vol. 7, no. 2, 2020, pp. 133–145.  Learn more
  • "Early, Yet Already Late: Literary Musings on Historical Questions." Journal of the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association, vol. 7 no. 1, 2020, p. 55-57. Project MUSE muse.jhu.edu/article/762063. Learn more
  • Kuru, Selim S., "Generic Desires: Homoerotic Love in Ottoman Turkish Poetry," in Mediterranean Crossings: Sexual Transgressions in Islam and Christianity (10-18th Centuries) edited by Umberto Grassi (Rome, Italy: Viella English Series, 2020), 43-63. Learn more
  • Facer, Christopher, "Holding Multiple Nationalism: Perspectives of an Albanian Ottoman" (2017). Thesis. Learn more
  • Burton, Josef, "Complicating Youth in Contemporary Turkey: Cultural Activism and a New Muslim Youth Identity", (2013). Thesis Learn more
  • Yücel Koç, Melike, "Emotion Language and Emotion Narratives of Turkish-English Late Bilinguals" (2011).Dissertations and Theses. Paper 208. Learn more
  • Selim S. Kuru, "A radical discourse of desire: Küsnâme" İstanbul Yıllık: Annual of Istanbul Studies 1 (2019) Learn more
  • "A radical discourse of desire: Küsnâme" İstanbul Yıllık: Annual of Istanbul Studies 1 (2019) Learn more
  • Turkey in Seattle: An Oral History Project  Learn more
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