- Ph.D., Cultural Mediations, Carleton University
Thesis: Commemorating the Armenian Genocide: The Politics of Memory and National Identity.
- M.A., Modern Turkish History, Boğaziçi University
Thesis: Quests for Impossible Wholeness: Time, Memory and In-Betweenness in Marcel Proust’s A la recherche du temps perdu and Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar’s Huzur (Mind at Peace).
- B.A., Cultural Studies, Sabancı University
- Instructor, History Department, Carleton University
- Research and Teaching Assistant, History Department, Carleton University
- Instructor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Işık University
- Collective memories of the Armenian genocide
- memory studies
- genocide studies
- “Right to Arrive: Topographies of Genocide, Flight, and Hospitality—Then and Now” in Refugee Routes, edited by Vanessa Agnew, Kader Konuk, and Jane O. Newman, Transcript Verlag.
- “The Destruction of the Monument to Humanity: Historical Conflict and Monumentalization” International Public History, Vol.1, Issue 2.
- “Bütünlük Arayışı: Kayıp Zamanın İzinde ve Huzur’da Benlik, Hafıza ve Zaman” [Quest for Wholeness: Subjectivity, Memory and Time in A la recherche du temps perdu and Mind at Peace] Kritik, Vol. 1, No. 1.
- (with Y.D. Telliel) “68’li Olmak: Hatırlamak ve Aidiyet” [“Being a Member of the ’68 Generation: Remembering and Identity”] in Kuşaklar, Deneyimler,Tanıklıklar: Türkiye’de Sözlü Tarih Çalışmaları, Konferans Bildirileri [Generations, Experiences, Testimonies: Oral History Studies in Turkey, Conference Proceedings]. The History Foundation of Turkey.