Neslihan Demirkol is a research associate of the Corpus Musicae Ottomanicae (CMO) project, based within the University of Münster, Germany. She holds an M.A and PhD from Bilkent University. She worked as a lecturer between 2014-2016, and as an assistant professor between 2016-2019 in the Department of Turkish Language and Literature at the Social Sciences University of Ankara, Turkey. She spent one year in the Islamic Studies Department within the Institute for Asian and Oriental Studies at the University of Zurich, for her postdoctoral studies as a Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship holder for the 2018-2019 academic year. Her research and teaching interests are modern Turkish literature, literary theories, literary history, translation studies, adaptations and translations of One Thousand and One Nights in Turkish and their influences in Turkish literature. Her MA thesis focuses on the definition of loyalty in literary translations from a cultural perspective. Her Ph.D dissertation criticizes the mainstream discourse of Turkish literary modernization and provides a new perspective to the literary history with emphasize on the literary translations using Pierre Bourdieu’s sociological approach to the dynamics of cultural production. She has experience in teaching academic writing in Turkish and Ottoman language classes. Demirkol was a member of the Expert Committee for Intercultural Dialogue of the Turkish National Commission for UNESCO between 2008 and 2013. She has been a member of ÇEVBİR (Professional Association of Translators) since 2006. She has been on the editorial board of Kebikeç, a peer-reviewed academic journal in the field of humanities and social sciences, since 2011; and fe journal, an international peer-reviewed academic journal in the field of feminist critique and gender studies, since 2018.
…Pierre Mounier et Hugues Jallon, Les Enragés de la République (The radicals of Republic), La Découverte, Paris, 1999, 125 p.
Pierre Mounier, Pierre Bourdieu, une introduction (An introduction to Pierre Bourdieu), Pocket, Paris, 2001, 282 p.
Pierre Mounier, Les Maîtres du réseau, les enjeux politiques d’In…
Pierre Mounier is deputy director of OpenEdition, a comprehensive infrastructure based in France for open access publication and communication in the humanities and social sciences. OpenEdition offers several platforms for journals, scientific announcements, academic blogs, and, finally, books, in different languages and from different countries. Pierre teaches digital humanities at the EHESS in Paris. He has published several books about the social and political impact of ICT (Les Maîtres du Réseau, les enjeux politiques d’Internet 2001), digital publishing (L’Edition électronique, with Marin Dacos, 2010) and digital humanities (Read/Write Book 2, Une introduction aux humanités numériques, 2012). As deputy director of OpenEdition, Pierre Mounier’s work mainly revolves around the development of an internationalisation strategy for the infrastructure, in particular by establishing partnerships with platforms and institutions in Europe and elsewhere . To further this objective, he regularly participates in international conferences and seminars to present OpenEdition’s programmes and discuss subjects relating to digital humanities and open access. Pierre Mounier co-pilots the “Open Access” group within the French infrastructure BSN and is the coordinator of OPËRAS, a project for the development of a distributed open access publication infrastructure at European level.
…re State of Real Estate”.
2014 “Gülen sect: Reached for the state, got capital instead”, Perspectives, Heinrich Böll Stiftung, April 2014
2014 “Bourdieu, Wacquant ve Gezi Parkı’nın ‘küçük burjuvaları’” (Bourdieu, Wacquant and the ‘petty bourgeoisie’ of Gezi Park” an interview wit…
Graduated from Ankara University, Journalism Dept. Received a Masters’ degree in history, from Bogazici University. Completed her Ph.D. thesis entitled “the Loss of Modesty: The Adventure of Muslim Family from Neighborhood to Gated Community” at the European University of Viadrina, in 2014 (supported by Global Prayers Project initiated by MetroZones). Worked for Helsinki Citizens Assembly’s project entitled “Citizens Network for Peace, Reconciliation and Human Security” in Western Balkans and Turkey. She served as a visiting scholar at the Center for Near and Middle Eastern Studies, Philipps Universiy, Marburg, in 2016. She has been a postdoc fellow in Käte Hamburger Kolleg/Center for Global Cooperation Research, in Duisburg, during 2018. She is recently a visiting scholar at CNMS, Philipps University, Marburg.
…eneurship and Economic Agency in Toni Morrison’s God Help the Child.” Power Relations in Black Lives: Reading African American Literature and Culture with Bourdieu and Elias. Christa Buschendorf, ed. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2018. 145-165.
“Exceeding Determinacy in the Language of Personhood: Citizens United, C…
I have just finished my manuscript The Corporation in the American Imagination, 1819-1905, and I am now looking into the modes of representation in which stories of male and female entrepreneurs are told in the US.
…ites. In recent decades, identity and social distinction gained increasing interest. The concept of social habitus, elaborated by the French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu is essential to understand these social processes. However, there is a second field, which makes the habitus concept
interesting for archaeology: It p…