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1 FACULTY of ARTS and SOCIAL SCIENCES Academic Activity Record

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4 CONTENTS Pages DEAN S FOREWORD... 5 STAFF The Faculty... Administrative Staff... TEACHING Undergraduate... Student Population... Courses Offered... Graduate... Student Population... Courses Offered... Degrees Conferred... Graduate Students Continuing with Doctoral Studies... MEETINGS and EXHIBITIONS at FASS Workshops... Exhibitions... Seminars... Selected Talks... FACULTY MEMBERS ACTIVITIES Publications Articles in Scientific Journals Articles in Books Articles in Proceedings Books & Monographs Volumes Edited Book Reviews Inclusions in Journals, Books, Encyclopedias and Catalogues Exhibitions and Displays Presentations Conferences Selected Seminars Selected Talks Meeting & Exhibition Organization Editorial Activities Awards/Honors/Grants/Fellowships Projects... SUMMARY

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6 DEAN S FOREWORD These pages offer a summary record of the academic activities in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences within the fifth academic year of at Sabanc University. Ahmet Alkan Dean 5

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8 The Faculty STAFF Full Time Ahmet Alkan Ahmet Evin Ph.D., Operations Research, University of California, Berkeley, 1975 Areas of Interest: Economic Theory; Game Theory; Matchings and Auctions Ph.D., Middle East Studies and Cultural History, Columbia University, 1973 Areas of Interest: Turkish and Comparative Politics; Theories of the State; the European Union and Its Enlargement Ak n Sayrak Ph.D., Finance, University of Texas at Austin, 1999 Areas of Interest: Investment Management; Corporate Finance; Managerial Finance; Capital Markets Akflin Somel Alex Wong Ali Çarko lu Ph.D., Turkology-History-Sociology, Bamberg University, 1993 Areas of Interest: Peripheral Populations in Ottoman; Relationship Between Center and Periphery; History of Ottoman Education; Gender Issues During Ottoman Reform Period M.F.A., Computer Arts, Savannah College of Arts & Design, 2001 Areas of Interest: 3D Animation; Graphics Design; Motion-Graphics and Digital Video Ph.D., Political Science, State University of New York, Binghamton, 1994 Areas of Interest: International Political Economy; Public Choice Theory and Voting; Research Methodology and Statistics; Turkish Politics Alpay Filiztekin Ph.D., Economics, Boston College, 1994 Areas of Interest: Economic Growth; Productivity Dynamics; Examination of Effects of Inflation on Real Economy; Applied Macroeconomics Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Visiting Professor, Fall

9 The Faculty STAFF Anirban Kar Ph.D., Economics, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi Center, 2002 Areas of Interest: Cooperative Game Theory; Contract Theory; Auction; Social Choice Annedith Schneider Ph.D., French Literature, Cornell University, 1998 Areas of Interest: National Identity and Culture; Postcolonial Literatures; Gender Studies; Representation of Violence Ayhan Akman Ph.D., Political Science, University of Chicago, 1999 Areas of Interest: Identity Politics; Politics of Popular Culture; New Social Movements; Globalization of Culture Issues of Modernity and Historicity; Interpretive Comparative Politics Ayfle Kad o lu Ph.D., Political Science, Boston University, 1990 Areas of Interest: Nationalism(s); International Labor Migration; Women and Islam; Citizenship; Identity; Fascism(s); Liberalism(s) Ayfle Betül Çelik Ph.D., Political Science, State University of New York, Binghamton, 2002 Areas of Interest: Ethnicity and Ethnic Conflict; Civil Society and NGOs; Forced Migration; Culture and Conflict; Role of Organizations in Conflict Resolution Ayfle Öncü Ph.D., Sociology, Yale University, 1971 Areas of Interest: Consumer Culture; Media; Cultural Politics and Public Sphere; Transnational Cultural Flows Ayfle Gül Alt nay Ph.D., Cultural Anthropology, Duke University, 2001 Areas of Interest: Political Anthropology; Nationalism; Militarism; Security; Peace Education; Gender and Sexuality in Turkey Bahri Y lmaz Ph.D., Economics, University of Bonn, 1973 Areas of Interest: International Economics; European Union and Economic Development Postdoctoral Fellow, Spring

10 The Faculty STAFF Bratislav Pantelic Ph.D., History of Art, University of Pennsylvania, 1994 Areas of Interest: Late Classical and Byzantine Art and Architecture; Nineteenth Century Art and Architecture of Southeastern Europe; Archaeological Methodology; Art History; Art Theory Burak Ar kan Ph.D., Political Science, Exeter University, 1995 Areas of Interest: Nationalism; European Politics; Extreme Right-Wing Parties in Eastern and Western Europe; Turkish Nationalism and the Extreme Right Caroline van Rijckeghem Ph.D., Economics, University of California, Berkeley, 1991 Areas of Interest: Development Economics; Industrial Organization; Macroeconomics; Labor Economics Cemil Koçak Daniel Druckman Ph.D., Public Administration and Political Science, Ankara University, 1986 Areas of Interest: Turkish Political History; Turkish Foreign Policy; Historical Writing and Methodology Ph.D., Social Psychology and Political Science, Northwestern University, 1966 Areas of Interest: International Negotiation and Mediation; Values and Ideologies in Conflict Resolution; Policy Making; Human Dimensions of Global Change; Elite Mobility Elif Ayiter M.F.A., Fine Arts, Pratt Institute, New York, 1983 Areas of Interest: Design and Art Work Erda Aksel D.A., Painting, Dokuz Eylül University, 1985 Areas of Interest: Visual Arts; Painting; Sculpture; Photography Installations; Visual Literacy Ersin Kalayc o lu Ph.D., Political Science, Iowa University, 1977 Areas of Interest: Comparative Politics; Political Participation; Political Representation Firuz Demir Yaflam fl Ph.D., Public Administration and Political Science, University of Ankara, 1991 Areas of Interest: Political Sciences; Public Administration/Management; Environmental Management and Planning; Environmental Impact Assessment; Local Governments; Municipal Management; Public Law; Environmental Law Sabanc University Adjunct Professor 9

11 The Faculty STAFF Halil Berktay Ph.D., History, Birmingham University, 1990 Areas of Interest: 20th Century Turkish Nationalism and Its Historiography; Studies From Comparative Perspective of Social and Economic History and Europe Medieval History; the Construction of the Turkish National Memory Hakan Erdem Ph.D., Modern History, Oriel College, Oxford University, 1993 Areas of Interest: Slavery in the Ottoman Empire; Sultan Mahmut II Period in the Ottoman Empire Hasan Bülent Kahraman Ph.D., Political Science, Bilkent University, 1999 Areas of Interest: Modern Turkish Politics; Turkish Political Thought; Social Theory; Political Thought and Theory; Popular Culture; Visual Theory; Contemporary Art Theories; Modern Turkish Literature; Modern Turkish Popular Culture Herve Moulin Ph.D., Mathematics, University of Paris, 1975 Areas of Interest: Cooperative Game Theory; Axiomatic Mechanism Design Hülya Adak Ph.D., Comparative Literature, University of Chicago, 2001 Areas of Interest: Nation-Building Myths; Theories of Autobiography; British, French and the Turkish Novel; Travel Writing on the Ottoman Empire; Women Writers; Diaspora Literature Hülya Canbakal Ph.D., History, Harvard University, 1999 Areas of Interest: Urban History; Ottoman Law; Political Culture zak Atiyas Ph.D., Economics, New York University, 1989 Areas of Interest: Political Economy; Corporate Finance and Financial Economics; Industrial Organization Sabanc University Adjunct Professor 10

12 The Faculty STAFF Jitka Maleckova * Kelly Todd Brewer Ph.D., History, Oriental Institute, Czechoslovakia Academy of Sciences, 1988 Areas of Interest: Modern History; The Emergence of Modern Nations and National Ideologies in the Ottoman Empire M.A., Spanish Literature, University of Virginia, 1990 Areas of Interest: Cultural Studies; Pan-American African Diasporic Studies; Contemporary Hispanic Poetry Mehmet Barlo Ph.D., Economics, University of Minnesota, 2003 Areas of Interest: Microeconomics and Game Theory; Mechanism Design, Contract Theory, Monetary Theory, Growth Theory and Development; International Finance and Trade + Korel Göymen Ph.D., Political Science, Leeds University, 1973 Areas of Interest: Public Administration; Metropolitan Administration; Governance; Public Policy; European Union; Third Sector Governance Lewis Keir Johnson Ph.D., History of Art, University of Sussex, 1990 Areas of Interest: History of Avant-Garde Art; Art and Information; Art and Screen Cultures; Conceptual Art; Art and Psychoanalysis; Art, History and Historicity Leyla Neyzi Leyla Özcivelek Durlu Ph.D., Development Sociology, Cornell University, 1991 Areas of Interest: Oral History; Cultural Identity; Minorities and Nationalism; Memory; Subjectivity; Middle Eastern Ethnography and Social History Ph.D., Art, Design and Architecture, Bilkent University, 1996 Areas of Interest: Computer Games and Gender; Graphic Design, Illustration and Color Theory Visiting Professor, Fall 2003 Visiting Instructor, stanbul Policy Center Coordinator, GrafikaSU 11

13 The Faculty STAFF Mehmet Baç Ph.D., Economics, University of Laval, 1990 Areas of Interest: Microeconomics; Industrial Organization; Law and Economics Mehmet Yörüko lu Ph.D., Economics, University of Rochester, 1996 Areas of Interest: Macroeconomics; Economic Growth; Industrial Organization Meltem Müftüler Baç Murat Germen Metin Kunt Nimet Beriker Ph.D., International Relations and Political Science, Temple University, 1992 Areas of Interest: The European Union; The EU's Enlargement Process; International Relations Theory M.A., Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1992 Areas of Interest: Photography; Visual Communication Design; Graphic Design; Architecture Ph.D., Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University, 1971 Areas of Interest: Ottoman Government and the Sociology of Elites Ph.D., Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, 1993 Areas of Interest: International Negotiation and Mediation Foreign Policy and Conflict Resolution; Integrative Agreements Özgür K br s Ph.D., Economics, University of Rochester, 2000 Areas of Interest: Game Theory; Microeconomics; Mathematical Economics; Political Economy Rossitsa Gradeva * Ph.D., History, Institute of Balkan Studies, 1989 Areas of Interest: Balkan and Ottoman History Selçuk Artut B.A., Mathematics, College of Arts and Sciences, Koç University, 1994 Areas of Interest: Sound Design; Digital Art; Multimedia * Visiting Professor, Fall

14 The Faculty STAFF Selim Birsel M.F.A., Fine Arts, Ecole des Beaux-Arts, 1991 Areas of Interest: Stage Design for Theatre; Turkish Alternative Music; Painting; Sculpture; Video; Photography Stefan Yerasimos Ph.D., Town Planning, Town Planning Institute of Paris University (Sorbonne), 1973 Areas of Interest: Urban History fierif Mardin Ph.D., Political Science, Stanford University, 1958 Areas of Interest: Sociology of Religion (Islam in particular); Fundamentalism; Political Sociology; Historical Sociology (The Ottoman Empire); Intellectual History of the Ottoman Empire Tülay Artan Üstün Ergüder Victoria Fontan Wieslaw Zaremba Ph.D., History, Theory and Criticism, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1989 Areas of Interest: Historiography; Prosopographic Studies of the Ottoman Elite; Applications of Ottoman Law and its Impact on Social/Family Life; Ottoman Households; 17th -18th Century Ottoman and Middle Eastern History in Comparative Perspective Ph.D., Political Science, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, University of Syracuse, 1969 Areas of Interest: Quality, Funding and Governance in Higher Education, Civil Society, Governance Ph.D., in Peace and Development Studies, University of Limerick, 2003 Areas of Interest: Peace Keeping and Peace Building; Conflict Transformation in Emerging Societies; Origins, Development and Resolution of Conflict Ph.D., Painting, Gdansk State Academy of Fine Arts, 1989 Areas of Interest: Drawing; Painting; Mechanical Media; Lithography Visiting Professor, Spring 2004 Director, stanbul Policy Center Postdoctoral Fellow,

15 The Faculty STAFF Part Time Aziz Nazmi Shakir Bahar Rumelili Cem Akafl M.A., Arabic Philology, St. Kliment Ohridski University, 1997 Areas of Interest: Poetry; Prose & Translations from Turkish, Arabic, English and Russian into Bulgarian; Ottoman History; Religion Ph.D., Political Science, University of Minnesota, 2002 Areas of Interest: International Relations; Comparative Politics M.A., Political Theory and Comparative Politics, Bo aziçi University, 1996 Areas of Interest: Creative Writing Engelbert Stockhammer Ph.D., Economics, University of Massachusetts, 2000 Areas of Interest: Macroeconomics; Growth; Finance; Employment; Investment; Applied Econometrics; Political Economy Erdal nönü Ph.D., Physics, California Institute of Technology, 1951 Areas of Interest: Theory of Physics; History of Science Gürol Irz k Ph.D., Science History and Philosophy, Indiana University, 1986 Areas of Interest: Science Philosophy and Methodology; Philosophy of Social Sciences; Contemporary Anglo-American Philosophy; Reason Theory Hasan Ersel Ph.D., Economics, Ankara University, 1971 Areas of Interest: Microeconomics; Public Finance; Resource Allocation Mechanisms; Financial Structure and the Relations in the Turkish Economy Hale Tenger M.F.A., South Glamorgan Institute of Higher Education, Cardiff, 1988 Areas of Interest: Painting; Sculpture; Installations 14

16 The Faculty STAFF Sibel Irz k Ph.D., Comparative Literature, Indiana University, 1988 Areas of Interest: Literary Theory; 20th Century British, American and Turkish Novel; Narrative Theory; Post-colonial Studies Side Emre M.A., History, Bo aziçi University, 1996 Areas of Interest: Early Ottoman Social, Intellectual and Political History Temel skit B.A., Law, stanbul University, 1963 Areas of Interest: International Relations; Military and Civilian Crisis Management; Relations with NATO and EU Tijana Krstic M.A., History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1999 Areas of Interest: Early Ottoman History, 13th-16th Century; Medieval Western Europe, Byzantium; Medieval Near East Zafer Yenal Ph.D., Sociology, Binghamton University, 2000 Areas of Interest: Social Change and Development; Sociology of Consumption; Peasant Studies; Twentieth Century Capitalism Network Aynur lyaso lu Ph.D., Sociology, Marmara University, 1993 Areas of Interest: Oral History and Life History Studies; Women s Studies/Women s History in Turkish Modernization; Sociology of Islam and Women; History of Sociology in Turkey; Social Change and Economic Development Siep Sturman Ph.D., History of Political Thought, University of Groningen, 1983 Areas of Interest: History of Ideas; The Early Enlightenment and Concepts of Equality and Difference/Early-Modern Feminism; The History of Liberal Political Thought Selma Leydersdorff Modern History, University of Amsterdam, 1987 Areas of Interest: Oral History, Life Story and Multiculturalism 15

17 The Faculty STAFF Full Time Dicle Ko ac o lu Incoming Faculty Ph.D., Sociology, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2003 Areas of Interest: Sociology of Law; Law in Everyday Life; Inequality; Gender Studies; Post-colonial Studies; Constitutions and Constitutional Courts; Globalization Esra Çuhadar Gürkaynak Ph.D., International Relations, Maxwell Scholl of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, 2004 Areas of Interest: International Conflict Resolution; Foreign Policy Analysis; Middle East F rat nceo lu Ph.D., Economics, Boston University, 2004 Areas of Interest: Industrial Organization; Development Economics Nedim Nomer Ph.D., Political Science, Columbia University, 2003 Areas of Interest: Moral and Political Theory; Theories of Rights; 19th Century European Philosophy; Philosophy of Social Sciences Visiting brahim Al Marashi Pablo Sanchez Leon Post doctoral Fellow, Ph.D., Political Science, University of Oxford, 2004 Areas of Interest: Kurdish Issues in Iraq; The History and Politics of Iraq, Iran, and Afghanistan; The History and Politics of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Israel; Terrorism and Intelligence Agencies in the Middle East Ph.D., History and Geography, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, 1993 Areas of Interest: Early Modern and Modern History; Medieval History; Social and Economic History; Historical Sociology; The Role of Merchants in the Social and Political Revolutions of XVIIIth and XIXth Centuries 16

18 The Faculty STAFF Part Time Asl Çarko lu Ph.D., Family Studies, Purdue University, 2003 Areas of Interest: Families and Chronic Illness; Chronic Stress and Relationships; Medical Anthropology Catherine Ann Collins Ekmel Ertan Filiz Ali Maryse Posenaer B.A., Literature and Film Studies, University of Ontario, 1981 Areas of Interest: Journalism; Freelance Columnist B.Sc., Electronic and Communication Engineering, stanbul Technical University, 1983 Areas of Interest: Multimedia Design, Programming and Multimedia Production Ph.D., Musicology, Mannes College of Music, New England Conservatory of Music, NY, 1959 Areas of Interest: Musicology; Musical Studies; History of Music M.A., Art History, University of California, Berkeley, 1979 Areas of Interest: Early Christian and Byzantine Art; From Romanticism to Modernism; Art History: From Ancient Civilizations to the 20th Century; Concepts in Art History: Methods-Art Production Noam Ebner LL.M., Law, Hebrew University, 2000 Areas of Interest: Negotiation; Communication Skills; Mediation and Dispute Resolution; Mediation Law; Mediation for Social Workers; Business Law; Administrative Law; Law and Social Work Paul Douglas Frantz M.S.; Journalism; Columbia University, 1975 Areas of Interest: Journalism; Investigative Reporting 17

19 The Faculty STAFF Rag p stek B.F.A., Graphic Design, State School of Applied Fine Arts, 1975 Areas of Interest: Graphic Design; Web Design Virginia Brown Keyder LL.B., Law, McGill University, 1978 Areas of Interest: Law of European Union; International Law; Intellectual Property 18

20 Administration STAFF Ayfle Öteno lu * Bayram Candan Bengü Y lmaz nci Ceydeli Önder Arslan + Selay Biltekin Soner Biricik Viket Galimidi Faculty Administrative Affairs Specialist Wood and Metal Shop Officer Administrative Assistant Faculty Administrative Affairs Specialist Digital Design Studies and Multimedia Officer Faculty Academic Programs Specialist Digital Design Studies and Multimedia Officer Administrative Assistant * Since March Since June

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22 Undergraduate TEACHING Student Population Foundations Development Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior TOTAL FASS SU Fall 2003 Courses Offered CODE HIST 191 SPS 101 TLL 101 NAME The Making of Modern Turkey I Humanity and Society I Turkish Language & Literature I INSTRUCTOR Akflin Somel*, Cemil Koçak*, Hakan Erdem, Halil Berktay, Hasan Bülent Kahraman Halil Berktay*, Hülya Canbakal* Cemil Koçak*, A. Y lmaz, B. Gümüfltüs, E. Köro lu, E. K l ç, H. Tuncer, M. Küçük, Ö. Kazan, S. Sar bay r, T. Kütükçü CULT 201 Theory and Practice in Cultural Studies Hülya Adak CULT 223 Consumption, Food and Culture Zafer Yenal ECON 201 Games and Strategies Özgür K br s, Mehmet Barlo ECON 202 Macroeconomics Bahri Y lmaz, Mehmet Baç ECON 204 Microeconomics zak Atiyas HART 292 From Modern to Contemporary Art Hasan Bülent Kahraman HUM 201 Major Works of Literature Annedith Schneider*, Kelly Todd Brewer, Sibel Irz k HUM 202 Major Works of Western Art Bratislav Pantelic* * Coordinator 21

23 Undergraduate TEACHING HUM 203 Major Works of Ottoman Culture Tülay Artan* IR 201 Conceptual Foundations of International Relations Theory Meltem Müftüler Baç LIT 252 Topics in Modern Literature Kelly Todd Brewer POLS SOC Nationalism, Citizenship & Civil Society Social Theory Ayfle Kad o lu Ayfle Öncü VA 201 Visual Language I Erda Aksel VA 203 Language of Drawing I Wieslaw Zaremba VA 215 Visual Culture Lewis Keir Johnson ARA 301 Beginning Arabic I Aziz Nazmi Shakir CULT 355 Exploring the City: Urban Spaces and Cultures Ayfle Öncü CULT 399 Independent Study Leyla Neyzi ECON 301 Econometrics Alpay Filiztekin ECON 330 Industrial Organization zak Atiyas ECON 391 Topics in Macroeconomics: Emerging Market Macroeconomics Caroline van Rijckeghem ECON 399 Independent Study zak Atiyas HART 323 Art and Power Bratislav Pantelic HIST 315 Episodes in the History of Science I Erdal nönü HIST 331 Early Islamic History: A Survey Yusuf Hakan Erdem IR 311 Issues&Events in Today s Diplomacy Temel skit IR 341 Global Governance Bahar Rumelili LIT 354 Literature & Immigration Annedith Schneider LIT 371 Creative Writing Cem Akafl MAN 390 Introduction to Marketing Cüneyt Evirgen POLS 301 Political Philosophy Ayhan Akman POLS 351 Dynamics of Political Change Burak Ar kan *Coordinator 22

24 Undergraduate TEACHING POLS 364 Constitutional Law Firuz Demir Yaflam fl POLS 383 Environmental Policies Firuz Demir Yaflam fl POLS 392 Modern Dictatorships & the One Party Period Political System in Turkey Cemil Koçak POLS 393 Political Parties in Turkey Ali Çarko lu SPS 303 Law and Ethics Gürol Irz k SPS 311 Research Methods Ali Çarko lu SPS 399 Independent Study Ahmet Evin TLL 301 Beginning&Intermediate Ottoman I Side Emre VA 301 Project Studio I Elif Ayiter, Selim Birsel VA 323 Figure Drawing Wieslaw Zaremba VA 331 Illustration as Communication Leyla Özcivelek Durlu VA 332 Digital and Photographic Imaging Murat Germen VA 333 Web Design Elif Ayiter, Murat Germen VA 335 Sound and Image Selçuk Artut ANTH 468 Ethnography Ayfle Gül Alt nay CULT 444 Gender & Sexuality in Turkey Ayfle Gül Alt nay ECON 405 Law and Economics Mehmet Baç ECON 450 Microeconomics of Banking Hasan Ersel HIST 437 Empires, Nations, and their Aftermath: Central and Eastern Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries Jitka Maleckova HIST 455 History of Balkans Lands up to 19th Rossitsa Gradeva HIST 484 Peripheral Population in the Ottoman Empire ( ) Akflin Somel HIST 489 Texts and Const.of Nation.Memo.I: Varieties of Early Turkish Nations Halil Berktay MAN 486 Investment & Portfolio Management Ak n Sayrak POLS 410 American Politics & Government Üstün Ergüder POLS 421 Philosophical Approaches to Modernity Ayhan Akman 23

25 Undergraduate TEACHING POLS 473 Contemporary Political Ideologies Ayfle Kad o lu POLS 492 European Union Politics, Policies and Government Meltem Müftüler Baç POLS 493 Local Government in Turkey and EU Korel Göymen VA 401 Project Studio III Murat Germen, Selim Birsel, Selçuk Artut VA 434 3D Modelling Alex Wong VA 440 Creating Video Alex Wong Spring 2004 CODE HIST 192 SPS 102 TLL 102 NAME The Making of Modern Turkey II Humanity and Society II Turkish Language & Literature II INSTRUCTOR Akflin Somel*, Cemil Koçak*, Hakan Erdem, Halil Berktay, Hasan Bülent Kahraman Halil Berktay*, Hülya Canbakal* A. Y lmaz, B. Gümüfltüs, E. Köro lu, E. K l ç, H. Tuncer, M. Küçük, Ö. Kazan, S. Sar bay r, T. Kütükçü ANTH 214 Anthropology as Cultural Critique Ayfle Gül Alt nay CULT 222 Popular Culture and Everyday Life Ayfle Öncü CULT 232 Modernism/Postmodernism Sibel Irz k CULT CULT CULT Myths of Gender: Cultural Theories About Women and Men Oral History Turkish Culture: Critical Perspective Annedith Schneider Aynur lyaso lu, Selma Leydersdorff Ayfle Gül Alt nay ECON 201 Games and Strategies Mehmet Barlo ECON 202 Macroeconomics Mehmet Yörüko lu ECON 204 Microeconomics Alpay Filiztekin, Mehmet Baç HUM 201 Major Works of Literature Hülya Adak*, Kelly Todd Brewer HUM 202 Major Works of Western Art Bratislav Pantelic* HUM 203 Major Works of Ottoman Culture Tülay Artan* * Coordinator 24

26 Undergraduate TEACHING IR 292 Turkish Foreign Policy LIT 212 Analyzing Text and Context MAN 250 Organizations and Management MAN 270 Financial Accounts and Financial Statement Analysis POLS 250 Comparative Political Analysis POLS 254 Turkish State Structure POLS 271 Nations and Nationalism VA 202 Visual Language II VA 204 Language of Drawing II VA 210 Introduction to Multimedia Meltem Müftüler Baç Annedith Schneider Behlül Üsdiken Mine Aksu Ayfle Kad o lu, Burak Ar kan Firuz Demir Yaflam fl Ayhan Akman Erda Aksel Wieslaw Zaremba Murat Germen ARA 302 Beginning Arabic II Aziz Nazmi Shakir CULT 325 Media World Ayfle Öncü CULT 363 The History of Equality: Antiquity to the Present Siep Stuurman, Gürol Irz k CULT 399 Independent Study Sibel Irz k ECON 310 Game Theory Mehmet Barlo ECON 320 Public Economics Anirban Kar ECON 340 International Economics Bahri Y lmaz ECON 350 Financial Institutions and Markets Engelbert Stockhammer ECON 399 Independent Study zak Atiyas HART 311 Renaissance Visuality Bratislav Pantelic HIST 316 Episodes in the History of Science II Erdal nönü HIST 345 Man, Ships & the Sea Halil Berktay, Tosun Terzio lu HIST 348 Diplomatic History of the Modern Era Akflin Somel HIST 397 Late Ottoman & Modern Turkish Foreign Policy Cemil Koçak 25

27 Undergraduate TEACHING IR 310 Diplomacy Temel skit IR 394 World Politics Betül Çelik LIT 359 Poetry, Ideology & Resistance Kelly Todd Brewer MAN 380 Introduction to Finance Arman Köseda MAN 390 Introduction to Marketing Cüneyt Evirgen POLS 304 Comparative Party Systems and Interest Groups Ali Çarko lu POLS 305 Political Ideology in Modern Turkey Ayfle Kad o lu POLS 350 Transitions to Democracy in Eastern Europe Burak Ar kan POLS 352 Turkish Politics Ersin Kalayc o lu POLS 384 Environmental Planning and Management Firuz Demir Yaflam fl SOC 313 Turkish Social Thought Hasan Bülent Kahraman SPS 303 Law and Ethics Gürol Irz k SPS 312 Quantitative Methods Ali Çarko lu SPS 399 Independent Study Meltem Müftüler Baç TLL 301 Beginning & Intermediate Ottoman Side Emre TLL 302 Beginning & Intermediate Ottoman Side Emre VA 302 Project Studio II Selim Birsel VA 302 Project Studio II Elif Ayiter VA 324 Advanced Drawing Wieslaw Zaremba VA 329 Photography and Expression Murat Germen VA 334 Design with Typography Elif Ayiter VA 336 Sound Projects Selçuk Artut VA 344 Animated Design on the Web Elif Ayiter 26

28 Undergraduate TEACHING CULT 401 Senior Project Ayfle Öncü, Ayfle Gül Alt nay, Annedith Schneider, Hülya Adak ECON 400 History of Economic Thought Bahri Y lmaz ECON 412 Applied Microeconomics zak Atiyas ECON 492 Seminar on Turkish Economy Hasan Ersel HART 411 Art in the Age of Revolt: Modernity Lewis Keir Johnson HIST 427 Education, Literacy, Printing Metin Kunt HIST 431 Introduction to Byzantine History Tijana Krstic HIST 436 History of the Modern Middle East Hakan Erdem HIST 497 Nations and Boundaries in the Middle East, the Balkans and the Caucasus Stefan Yerasimos LIT 492 Advanced Topics in Turkish Literature Hülya Adak MAN 410 Entrepreneurship Dilek Çetindamar MAN 412 Globalization Orly Levy POLS 401 Survey Research Methods Ali Çarko lu POLS 441 NGO Governance Korel Göymen POLS 453 Issues in State Governance and Democracy in Turkey Firuz Demir Yaflam fl VA 402 Project Studio IV Murat Germen, Selim Birsel, Selçuk Artut VA 431 Introduction to Video Techniques Alex Wong VA 433 3D Design Alex Wong VA 434 3D Modeling Alex Wong VA 441 Visiting Artist Studio Hale Tenger 27

29 Undergraduate TEACHING Summer 2004 SPS CODE 101 NAME Humanity and Society I INSTRUCTOR Hülya Canbakal ECON 202 Macroeconomics Murat Taflc ECON 204 Microeconomics Duygu Yengin POLS 372 Liberalism and its Critics Devrim Sezer VA 335 Sound & Image Selçuk Artut 28

30 Graduate TEACHING Student Population Conflict Analysis and Resolution (MA) Economics (MA) History (MA) History (PhD) Political Science (MA) Political Science (PhD) Visual Arts and Visual Communications Design (MA) TOTAL Programs Number of Students Degrees Conferred Fall 2003 CODE ARA 501 Courses Offered NAME Beginning Arabic I INSTRUCTOR Aziz Nazmi Shakir ARA 503 Intermediate Arabic I Aziz Nazmi Shakir ECON 501 Microeconomics I Özgür K br s, Mehmet Barlo ECON 503 Macroeconomics I Mehmet Yörüko lu ECON 505 Quantitative Methods Alpay Filiztekin ECON 591 Seminar I Mehmet Baç HIST 501 History of Europe and the West I Hülya Canbakal HIST 511 Trends, Debates, Historians I Jitka Maleckova HIST 553 Aspects of Ottoman Rule in the Bulgarian Lands in the Pre-Tanzimat Period Rossitsa Gradeva HIST 599 Master Thesis Hülya Canbakal POLS 502 Political Theory fierif Mardin POLS 510 Comparative Politics Ersin Kalayc o lu 29

31 Graduate TEACHING POLS 523 Philosophical Approaches to Modernity Ayhan Akman POLS 530 Research Methods I Ali Çarko lu POLS 573 Contemporary Political Ideology Ayfle Kad o lu POLS 592 European Union Politics, Policies & Governance Meltem Müftüler Baç POLS 599 Pro-Thesis Seminar Ali Çarko lu TLL 501 Beginning & Intermediate Ottoman I Side Emre VA 501 Studio Project I Elif Ayiter, Erda Aksel VA 502 Studio Project II Elif Ayiter VA 503 Studio Project III Elif Ayiter VA 513 Post 60 Turkish Art Hasan Bülent Kahraman VA 515 Vision & Visual Meaning Lewis Keir Johnson VA 590 Studio/Exhibition Preparation Seminar Erda Aksel, Selim Birsel VA 599 Thesis/Studio Project Lewis Keir Johnson CONF 601 Introduction to Conflict Analysis and Resolution Nimet Beriker, Ayfle Betül Çelik CONF 611 Culture and Conflict Ayfle Betül Çelik CONF 623 Pro-Seminar Nimet Beriker CONF 631 Conflict Resolution Processes Noam Ebner CONF 641 Integration of Theory, Research & Practice Nimet Beriker CONF 693 Directed Reading Nimet Beriker CONF 699 Master Thesis Nimet Beriker ECON 601 Advanced Microeconomics Ahmet Alkan ECON 603 Advanced Macroeconomics Mehmet Yörüko lu ECON 605 Industrial Organization zak Atiyas 30

32 Graduate TEACHING ECON 691 Seminar III Mehmet Baç HART 623 Vision of Power Bratislav Pantelic HIST 609 Ottoman Historians and Chroniclers Yusuf Hakan Erdem HIST 625 Topics in Ottoman Cultural History Tülay Artan HIST HIST Research in Popular and Applied History V: Topics in 19th Century World and Ottoman-Turkish History Aspects of Ottoman Rule in the Bulgarian Lands in the Pre-Tanzimat Period Halil Berktay Rossitsa Gradeva HIST 689 Texts and Const.of National Memo.I: Varieties of Early Turkish Nations Halil Berktay HIST 692 Modern Dictatorships & the One- Party Period Cemil Koçak HIST 699 Ph.D. Thesis Hülya Canbakal HIST 751 Literature Survey: Central Asian & Turkish History Hakan Erdem POLS 790 Guided Study I Ayfle Kad o lu POLS 791 Guided Study II Ayfle Kad o lu 31

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