Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology
Ph.D. candidate (Prof. Dr. Claudia Liebelt)
Research Assistant at Collaborative Research Centre 1171 Affective Societies; PhD Project: Olfactory Belongings: Contested Scents in Urban Publics
Since August 2023
Ph.D. candidate at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology
Sep 2019- Jul 2022
MA Sociology, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul (English)
MA Thesis: An Ethnography of Collaboration: Reflecting on the Assemblage of Projects for Gender Mainstreaming in Turkey
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Meltem Ahıska
Sep 2016- Jul 2019
BA Psychology (Double Major), Istanbul Bilgi University, Istanbul (English)
Sep 2015- Jul 2019
BA Sociology, Istanbul Bilgi University, Istanbul (English)
Since August 2023
Research Assistant at Collaborative Research Centre 1171 Affective Societies
Sep 2022- July 2023
Project Coordinator, Sabanci University Corporate Governance Forum of Turkey, Istanbul
Project: Business Against Domestic Violence Network
Partners: United Nations Development Fund (UNFPA), Turkish Industry and Business Association (TÜSİAD), Sabanci Foundation
Oct 2022- Dec 2022
Freelance Gender Equality Training Designer and Trainer
Apr 2020- Sep 2021
Research Assistant, Sociology Department, Scientific Research Project, Istanbul Bilgi University, Istanbul.
“Understanding gender backlash through the lens of collaboration: What is at stake for gender mainstreaming?”, ATGENDER Conference 2023, Kadir Has University, Istanbul.
“Şirketler Evreninden Toplumsal Cinsiyet Eşitliği: Hakim Kalıplar ve Öneriler”, Mimar Sinan Üniversitesi Sosyoloji Konferansı, Istanbul.
“How to make sense, conceptualize, and study corporate social responsibility (CSR): Juxtaposition of gender right politics and CSR activities in Turkey”, 15th Conference of the EuropeanSociological Association, RN09 Economic Sociology, Online.
European Sociological Association
AtGender, The European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation
PhD Project: Olfactory Belongings: Contested Scents in Urban Publics
Social Inequalities, Gender Studies, Anthropology of Development, Queer Theory, Actor-Network Theory, Affects and Emotion