Publication History

    In Press

    • J. Alexander, “Socialism”, in George Bernard Shaw in Context, edited by Brad Kent, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.
    • J. Alexander, “The Major Ideologies of Liberalism, Socialism and Conservatism”, accepted for publication in: Political Studies
    • J. Alexander, “A Sketch of a System of Theory and Practice”, accepted for publication in: Political Studies Review
    • J. Alexander, “The Fundamental Contradiction of Cosmopolitanism”, accepted for publication in: European Legacy
    • J. Alexander, “Who Was The First Philosopher? or, How Many Does It Take?”, accepted for publication in: Think
    • J. Alexander, “The Cambridge School, c. 1875 – c. 1975’, History of Political Thought”, accepted for publication in: History of Political Thought
    • J. Alexander, “A Systematic Theory of Tradition”, accepted for publication in: Journal of the Philosophy of History
    • E. Cuhadar, “Do Computer Games Enhance Learning about Conflicts? A Cross-National Inquiry into Proximate and Distance Scenarios in Global Conflicts”, accepted for publication in: Computers in Human Behaviour
    • E. Cuhadar, D. Druckman, “Representative Decision-Making: Democratic Peace Theory in Light of Constituency Constraints”, in: Handbook of International Negotiation: Interpersonal, Cultural and Diplomatic Perspectives, edited by Mauro Gallucio, New York: Springer, forthcoming
    • E. Cuhadar, J. Kaarbo, B. Kesgin, B. Ozkececi, “Examining Leaders’ Orientations to Structural Constraints: Turkey’s 1991 and 2003 Iraqi War Decisions”, accepted for publication in: Journal of International Relations and Development
    • B. Ince, “Remapping Identity and Citizenship in Turkey(1980-2013),” accepted for publication in Mediterranean Politics
    • N. Karakayali, “Social Distance,” accepted for publication in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism, edited by John Stone, Rutledge Dennis, Polly Rizova, Anthony Smith, London: Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming

    2015

    • J. Alexander, “A Refutation of Snails by Roast Beef”, Philosophy Now, vol 107, pp. 18-19 (2015)
    • J. Alexander, “The History of Political Philosophy”, in Bloomsbury Companion to Political Philosophy, edited by Andrew Fiala, London: Bloomsbury, 2015, 19-31
    • Z. Citak, A. Erdemir, T. Tanyeri-Erdemir, “Differential, Disguised, and Deterritorialized: State Funding of Religion in Turkey”, in: Public Funding of Religions in Europe, edited by Francis Messner, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing, 2015, 199-219
    • A. Just, C. J. Anderson, “Dual Allegiances? Immigrants’ Attitudes toward Immigration”, The Journal of Politics, vol 77, pp. 188-201 (2015)
    • N. Karakayali, “Adapting, Defending and Transforming Ourselves: Conceptualizations of Self Practices in the Social Science Literature,”  History of the Human Sciences, vol 28, pp. 98-117 (2015)
    • S. Ozcurumez, J. Hoxha, “Conditional Deliberation: The Case of Joint Parliamentary Committees in the EU”, JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, vol 53, pp. 642-657 (2015)
    • Z. Sarigil, B. Ozdemir, “The State of Accession Europeanization: Kurdish Issue”, in:  Europeanization of Turkey: Polity and Politics, edited by Ali  Tekin and Aylin Guney, Routledge, 2015
    • Z. Sarigil, “Public Opinion and Attitude towards the Military and Democratic Consolidation in Turkey?,”  Armed Forces and Society, vol 41, pp. 282-306  (PDF) (2015)
    • Z. Sarigil, “Showing the Path to Path Dependence”, European Political Science Review, vol 7, pp. 221-242 (2015)
    • M. Ugur CinarCollective Memory and National Membership Identity and Citizenship Models in Turkey and Austria, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015
    • M. Ugur Cinar, “Letter from Ankara”, The Political Quarterly, vol 86, pp. 359-363 (2015)
    • M. Ugur Cinar, R. Smith, “Narrative Structures and the Politics of Peoplehood”, in: Political Peoplehood: The Roles of Values, Interests and Identities, edited by Rogers M. Smith, The University of Chicago Press, 2015
    • M. Ugur Cinar, K. Cinar, “Building Democracy to Last: The Turkish Experience in Comparative Perspective”, Mediterranean Politics, (2015- online first publication)

    2014

    • . Alexander, “Notes Towards a Definition of Politics,”  Philosophy, vol. 89, pp. 273-300 (2014)
    • C. J. Anderson, A. Just, “Opinion Climates and Immigrant Political Action: A Cross-National Study of 25 European Democracies”, Comparative Political Studies, vol. 47, pp. 935-965 (2014)
    • I. Ayturk, “Nationalism and Islam in Cold War Turkey, 1944-1949,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 50, pp. 693-719 (2014)
    • A. Cinar, “State Building as an Urban Experience: The Making of Turkey’s Capital City”, in: Power and Architecture: The Construction of Capitals and the Politics of Space, edited by Michael W. Minkenberg, New York: Berghahn Books, 2014, 227-260.
    • E. Cuhadar, R. Kampf, “Learning about Conflict and Negotiations through Computer Simulations: The Case of PeaceMaker,” International Studies Perspectives, vol. , pp. (2014)(PDF)
    • I. Grigoriadis, “Energy Discoveries in the Eastern Mediterranean: Conflict or Cooperation?”, Middle East Policy, vol. 21, pp. 124-133 (2014)
    • I. Grigoriadis, T. Gurcel, “Religious Courses in Turkish Public Education: Explaining Domestic Change with Europeanization Theory,” J of Church and State, vol. 56 , pp. 1-23 (2014)
    • I. Grigoriadis, “Turkey’s Foreign Policy Activism: Between Vision Continuity and Reality Check,” J of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, vol. 14, pp. (2014)
    • A. Just, E.M. Sandovici, O. Listhaug, “Islam, Religiosity, and Immigrant Political Action in Western Europe,” Social Science Research, vol. 43, pp. 127-144 (2014)
    • N. Karakayali, “Two Ontological Orientations in Sociology: Building Social Ontologies and Blurring the Boundaries of the ‘Social’,” Sociology, 0038038514551089, first published on October 2, 2014 doi:10.1177/0038038514551089.
    • S. Ozcurumez, D. Yetkin, “Limits to Regulating Irregular Migration in Turkey: What constraints public policy and why?,” Turkish Studies, vol 15, pp. 442-457 (2014)
    • Z. Sarigil, O. Fazlioglu, “Exploring the Roots and Dynamics of Kurdish Ethnonationalism”, Nations and Nationalism, vol. 20, pp. 436-458 (2014)
    • Z. Sarigil, “The Turkish Military: Principal or Agent?”, Armed Forces and Society, vol. 40, pp. 168-190 (2014)
    • Z. Tandogan, “People in Motion: A Glimpse on Conceptual, Ethical, and Educational Aspects of Cross-Cultural Encounters”, in: The Problem of Identities in South-Eastern Europe and Human Rights, edited by Ioanna Kucuradi, Istanbul: Maltepe University Press (2014)
    • Z. Tandogan, “The Concept of Home and Mobility: Perception of International Students”, in:Ioanna Kucuradi: Among the Events of the Era, edited by Betul Cotuksoken, Gulriz Uygur, Hulya Simga, Istanbul: Tarihci Kitabevi (2014)
    • M. Ugur Cinar, “Construction of Gender and National Identity in Turkey: First Lady Images in the Turkish Media (2002-2007)”, Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 50, pp. 482-492 (2014)
    • M. Ugur Cinar, “When Defense Becomes Offense: The Role of Threat Narratives in the Turkish Civil War of the 1970s”, Turkish Studies, vol. 15, pp. 1-11 (2014)
    • M. Ugur Cinar, R. M. Smith “Nation-Building Narratives: Implications for Immigrants and Minorities”, in: Nation State and Immigration: The Age of Multiculturalism, eds. Anita Shapira, Shahar Lifshitz, and Yedidia Z. Stern, Isreal Democracy Institute and Sussex Academic Press (2014)
    • M. Ugur Cinar, K. Cinar, “The Second International: The Impact of Domestic Factors on International Organization Dysfunction”, Political Studies, vol. 62, pp. 669-685 (2014)

    2013

    • F. Acar, G. Altunok, “The ‘politics of intimate’ at the intersection of neo-liberalism and neo-conservtism in contemporary Turkey,” Women’s Studies International Forum, vol. 41, pp. 14-23 (2013) (PDF)
    • J. Alexander, “The Contradictions of Conservatism,” Government and Opposition, vol. 48, pp. 594-616 (2013)
    • C.J. Anderson, A. Just, “Legitimacy from Above: The Partisan Foundations of Support for the Poltical System in Democracies,” European Political Science Review, vol. 5, pp. 335-362 (2013) (PDF)
    • I. Ayturk, L. Mignon, “Paradoxes of a Cold War Sufi Woman: Samiha Ayverdi between Islam, Nationalism and Modernity,” New Perspectives on Turkey, vol. 49, pp. 57-89 (2013)
    • H.T. Bolukbasi, E. Ertugal, “Europeanization of Employment Policies in Turkey? Tracing Domestic Change and Continuity through Institutions, Ideas, and Interests,” South European Society and Politics, vol. 18, pp. 237-257 (2013)
    • C. Balkir, H.T. Bolukbasi, E. Ertugal, “Europeanization in the “Southern Periphery’: Comparative Research Findings on the EU’s Impact on Domestic Political Economies,” South European Society and Politics, vol. 18, pp. 259-280 (2013)
    • C. Balkir, H.T. Bolukbasi, E. Ertugal, “Europeanization and Dynamics of Continuity and Change: Domestic Political Economies in the “Southern Periphery”,” South European Society and Politics, vol. 18, pp. 121-137 (2013)
    • T. Erman, “The Mosque Community of ‘Lower-Class’ Turks in the United States: Quo Vadis?,”  Int J of Turkish Studies (2013)
    • M.T. Demirtepe, H.S. Ozertem, “Yukselen Tehdit Algisi Karsisinda Cin’in Yumusak Guc Siyaseti: Politikalar ve Sinirliliklari,” Bilig, vol. 65, pp. 95-118 (2013)
    • M. Heper, “Islam, Conservatism, and Democracy in Turkey: Comparing Turgut Ozal and Recep Tayyip Erdogan”, Insight Turkey, vol. 15, pp. 141-156 (2013)
    • V. IpekG. Biltekin, “Turkey’s foreign policy implementation in sub-Saharan Africa: A post-international approach,” New Perspectives on Turkey, vol. 49, pp. 121-156 (2013)
    • D. Just, “Exhausted Literature: Work, Action and the Dilemmas of Literary Commitment,” Philosophy and Literature, vol. 37, pp. 291-313 (2013)
    • D. Just, “The War of Writing: French Literary Politics and the Decolonisation of Algeria,” J of European Studies, vol. 43, pp. 227-243 (2013)
    • N. Karakayali, A. Kilic, “More Network Conscious than Ever? Challenges, strategies and analytic labor of users in the Facebook Environment,” J of Computer-Mediated Communication, vol. 18, pp. 175-193 (2013) (PDF)
    • F. Kardem, E. Bademci, “Mothers in Cases of Incest in Turkey: Views and Experiences of Professionals,” J of Family Violence, vol. 28, pp. 253-263 (2013) (PDF)
    • E. Ozdalga, “Reflections on the Relationships between Imaginative Literature and Religious and National Identities”, in: Turkey between Nationalism and Globalization, edited by R. Kastoryano, London: Routledge (2013)
    • Z. Sarigil, O. Fazlioglu, “Religion and ethno-nationalism: Turkey’s Kurdish issue,” Nations and Nationalism, vol. 19, pp. 551-571 (2013) (PDF)
    • D. Unal, D. Cindoglu, “Reproductive citizenship in Turkey: Abortion chronicles,” Women’s Studies International Forum, vol. 38, pp. 21-31 (2013) (PDF)

    2012

    • J.J. Alexander, “Three Rivel Views of Tradition (Arendt, Oakeshott, MacIntyre),” J of the Philosophy of History, vol. 6, pp. 20-43 (2012)
    • C.J. Anderson, A. Just, “Partisan legitimacy across generations,” Electoral Studies, vol. 31, pp. 306-316 (2012) (PDF)
    • M. Celikpala, D. Ozturk, “The only thing we have to fear: Post 9/11 institutionalization of in-security,” International Relations, vol. 8, pp. (2012)
    • A. Cinar, “Cities”, in: The Routledge Handbook of Modern Turkey, edited by Metin Heper and Sabri Sayari, New York: Routledge, 2012, 303-314.
    • E. Cuhadar-Gurkaynak, B.W. Dayton, “Oslo and Its Aftermath: Lessons Learned from Track Two Diplomacy,” Negotiation Journal, vol. , pp. 155-179 (2012)
    • T. Erman, “Image Conscious: Representing New Wealth in Turkey’s Anatolian Tiger Cities,” Portal 9, vol. 1, pp. 86-99 (2012)
    • I. Grigoriadis, A. Kamaras, “Reform Paradoxes: Academic Freedom and Governance in Greek and Turkish Higher Education,” Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, vol. 12, pp. 135-152 (2012) (PDF)
    • I. Grigoriadis, Instilling Religion in Greek and Turkish Nationalism: A ‘Sacred Synthesis‘, London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan (2012)
    • I. Grigoriadis, “The ‘Davutoglu Doctrine’ under Pressure: Challenges for Turkish Foreign Policy in a Changing Middle East,” ELIAMEP Thesis, vol. 3, pp. (2012)
    • I. Grigoriadis, “The Unripe Fruits of Rapprochement: Greek-Turkish Relations in the post-Helsinki Era,” International Journal, vol. 67, pp. 119-133 (2012)
    • B. Ince, “Citizenship Education in Turkey: inclusive or exclusive,” Oxford Review of Education, vol. 38, pp. 115-131 (2012)
    • A. Just, C.J. Anderson, “Immigrants, Citizenship and Political Action in Europe,” British J of Political Science, vol. 42, pp. 481-509 (2012) (PDF)
    • A. Just, C.J. Anderson, “Immigrants, Citizenship, and Political Action in Europe,” British J of Political Science, vol. 42, pp. 481-509 (2012) (PDF)
    • D. Just, “The Poetics of Elusive History: Marguerite Duras, War Traumas, and the Dilemmas of Representing Reality,” Modern Language Review, vol. 107, pp. 1064-1081 (2012)
    • D. Just, “Art and Everydayness: Popular Culture and Daily Life in the Communist Czechoslovakia,” European J of Cultural Studies, vol. 15, pp. 703-720 (2012)
    • N. Karakayali, “Duality and diversity in the lives of immigrant children: rethinking the ‘problem of the second generation’ in light of immigrant autobiographies,” in Reading Sociology, 2nd edition, ed. Lorne Tepperman and Harley Dickinson, Oxford University Press, Canada (re-print), (first edition 2007).
    • H. Koni, “Saudi Influence on Islamic Institutions in Turkey Beginning in the 1970s,” Middle East Journal, vol. 66, pp. 97-110 (2012) (PDF)
    • J. Salt, “Containing the ‘Arab Spring’,” Interface, vol. 4, pp. 54-66 (2012)
    • Z. Sarigil, “Ethnic Groups at Critical Junctures,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 48, pp. 269-286 (2012)
    • I. Sirkeci, D. Cindoglu, “Space, Agency and Withdrawal: Birth Control Choices of Women in Turkey”, Health Care for Women International, vol. 33, pp. 614-630 (2012)

     2011

    • I. Ayturk, “The Racist Critics of Ataturk and Kemalism, 1930s-1960s,” J of Contemporary History, vol. 46, pp. 308-335 (2011) (PDF)
    • I. Ayturk, “The Coming of an Ice Age? Turkish-Israeli Relatiıons Since 2002,” Turkish Studies, vol. 12, pp. 675-687 (2011)
    • J.J. Alexander, “Oakeshott on Hegel’s “Injudicious” Use of the Word “State”,” History of Political Thought, vol. 32, pp. 147-176 (2011)
    • H.T. Bolukbasi, E. Ertugrul, S. Ozcurumez, “Avrupa Entegrasyonu Kuramlariyla Turkiye’yi Konu Alan Yazinin Etkilesimi: Avrupalilasma Arastirma Programini Turkiye Ozelinde Yeniden Dusunmek,” International Relations, vol. 8, pp. 77-102 (2011)
    • H.T. BolukbasiS. Ozcurumez, “Of Context, Interaction and Temporality: Historical Institutionalism and Turkey’s Approach to the ENP and the UFM,” Comparative European Politics, vol. 9, pp. 524-542 (2011)
    • A. Cinar, “The Justice and Development Party: Turkey’s Experience with Islam, Democracy, Liberalism, and Secularism,” Int J of Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 43, pp. 529-541 (2011) (PDF)
    • E. Cuhadar-Gurkaynak, B. Dayton, “The Social Psychology of Identity and Intergroup Conflict: From Theory to Practice,” International Studies Perspectives, vol. 12, pp. 273-293 (2011) (PDF)
    • T. Erman, “Understanding the Experiences of the Politics of Urbanization in Two Gecekondu (Squatter) Neighborhoods Under Two Urban Regimes: Ethnography in the Urban Periphery of Ankara, Turkey,” Urban Anthropology & Stud. Cult. Sys. & World Econ Dev.(UAS), vol. 40, pp. 67-108 (2011)
    • I. Grigoriadis, “Hubris, Ate and Nemesis: Taking Stock of the Greek Crisis,” World Policy Journal, vol. 28, pp. 73-82 (2011) (PDF)
    • I. Grigoriadis, “Redefining the Nation: The Shifting Boundaries of the Other in Greece and Turkey,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 47, pp. 167-182 (2011) (PDF)
    • M. Heper, S. Yildirim, “Revisiting civil society in Turkey,” Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, vol. 11, pp. 1-18 (2011) (PDF)
    • M. Heper, “Civil-Military Relations in Turkey: Toward a Liberal Model?”, Turkish Studies, vol. 12, pp. 241-252 (2011)
    • N. Karakayali, “Borders and Hybridity in Contemporary Literature and Social Theory,” inSociety, History, and the Global Human Condition: Essays in Honor of Irving M. Zeitlin,edited by Zaheer Baber and Joseph M. Bryant, Lanham MD: Lexington Books, 2010, 261-274, Nedim Karakayali.
    • N.F. Kennedy, N. Senses, P. Ayan, “Grasping the Social through Movies,” Teaching in Higher Education, vol. 16, pp. 1-14 (2011) (PDF)
    • S. Ozcurumez, N. Senses, “Europeanization and Turkey: studying irregular migration policy,” J of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, vol. 13, pp. 233-248 (2011)
    • S. Ozcurumez, F. Sayan-Cengiz, “On Resillience and Response Beyond Value Change: Transformation of Women’s Movement in post-1980 Turkey,” Women’s Studies International Forum, vol. 34, pp. 20-30 (2011) (PDF)
    • Z. Sarigil, “Civil-Military Relations Beyond Dichotomy: With Special Reference to Turkey,” Turkish Studies, vol. 12, pp. 265-278 (2011) (PDF)
    • L. Yanik, “Constructing Turkish Exceptionalism: Discourses of Liminality and Hybridity in Post-Cold War Turkish Foreign Policy”, Political Geography, vol. 30, pp. 80-89 (2011)

    2010

    • M. Altunisik, E. Cuhadar-Gurkaynak, “Turkey’s Search for a Third Party Role in Arab-Israeli Conflicts: A Neutral Facilitator or a Principal Power Mediator?,” Mediterranean Politics, vol. 15, pp. 371-392 (2010)
    • P. Ayan, “Authoritarian Party Structures in Turkey: A Comparison of the Republican People’s Party and the Justice and Development Party,” Turkish Studies, vol. 11, pp. 197-215 (2010)
    • I. Ayturk, “Editorial introduction: Romanization in Comparative Perspective,” J of the Royal Asiatic Society, vol. 20, pp. 1-8 (2010)
    • I.I. Ayturk, “Revisiting the Language Factor in Zionism: The Hebrew Language Council from 1904 to 1914,” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, vol. 73, pp. 45-64 (2010)
    • I.I. Ayturk, “Script Charisma in hebrew and Turkish: A Comparative Framework for Explaining Success and Failure of Romanization,” J of World History, vol. 21, pp. 97-103 (2010)
    • H.T. Bolukbasi, E. Ertugal, S. Ozcurumez, “The Impact of the EU on Turkey: Toward streamlining Europeanisation as a research program,” European Political Science, vol. 9, pp. 464-480 (2010)
    • D. Cindoglu, F. Sayan, “Medicalization Discourse and Modernity: Contested Meanings over Childbirth in Contemporary Turkey,” Health Care for Women International, vol. 31, pp. 221-243 (2010)
    • D. Druckman, E. Cuhadar, N. Beriker, B. Celik, “Representative Decision Making: Constituency Constraints on Collective Action”, in: Psychological and Political Strategies for Peace Negotiation, edited by F. Aquilar and M. Gallucio, New York: Springer (2010)
    • K. Fox, M. Schonewille, E. Cuhadar, “Lessons from the Field: First Impressions from Second Generation Negotiation Teaching”, in: Venturing beyond the Classroom: Volume 2 in the Rethinking Negotiation Teaching Series, edited by C. Honeyman, J. Coben, G. de Palo, Saint Paul, MN: DRI press (2010)
    • I. Grigoriadis, I. Ozer, “Mutations of Turkish Nationalism: From Neo-Nationalism to Ergenekon Affair,” Middle East Policy, vol. 17, pp. 101-113 (2010)
    • I. Grigoriadis, “Friends No More?: The Rise of Anti-American Nationalism in Turkey,” Middle East Journal, vol. 64, pp. 51-66 (2010)
    • I. Grigoriadis, Trials of Europeanization: Turkish Political Culture and the European Union, London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan (2010)
    • A. Guney, A.A. Celenk, “Europeanization and the Dilemma of Decentralization: Centre-Local Relations in Turkey”, Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, vol. 12, pp. 241-257 (2010)
    • A. Guney, F. Gokcan, “Greater Middle East as a Modern Geopolitical Imagination in the American Foreign Policy,” Geopolitics, vol. 15, pp. 22-38 (2010)
    • D. Just, “Aesthetics of Blankness: Political Imagination in Marguerite Duras’s Hybrid Narratives,” Romanic Review, vol. 101, pp. 359-376 (2010)
    • D. Just, “From Guilt to Shame: Albert Camus and Literature’s Ethical Response to Politics,” MLN:Modern Language Notes, vol. 125, pp. 895-912 (2010)
    • N. Karakayali, “Two Assemblages of Cultural Transmission: Musicians, Political Actors and Educational Techniques in the Ottoman Empire and Western Europe,” J of Historical Sociology, vol. 23, pp. 343-371 (2010)
    • N. Karakayali, “Reading Bourdieu with Adorno: The Limits of Critical Theory and Reflexive Sociology,” in Structure and Agency, Four-Volume Set, edited by Mike O’Donnell, London: SAGE publications (re-print), 2010.
    • Z. Onis, I. Grigoriadis, “Europe and the Impasse of Centre-Left Politics in Turkey: Lessons from the Greek Experience,” J of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, vol. 12, pp. 259-274 (2010)
    • J. Salt, “Israel’s Nuclear Weapons,” Middle East Policy, vol. 17, pp. 23-35 (2010)
    • Z. Sarigil, “Bargaining in Institutionalized Settings: The Case of Turkish Reforms,” European J of International Relations, vol. 16, pp. 463-483 (2010)
    • Z. Sarigil, “Curbing Kurdish ethno-nationalism in Turkey: An empirical assessment of pro-Islamic and socio-economic approaches,” Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 33, pp. 533-553 (2010)

    2009

    • I.I. Ayturk, “H.F. Kvergic and the Sun Language Theory,” Zeitschrift der deutschen morgenlandischen Gesellschaft, vol. 159, pp. 23-44 (2009)
    • E. Cuhadar-Gurkaynak, “Assessing Transfer from Track Two Diplomacy: The Cases of Water and Jerrusalem,” J of Peace Research, vol. 46, pp. 641-658 (2009)
    • E. Cuhadar, A. Kotelis, “Cyprus: A Divided Civil Society in Stalemate”, in: Civil Society and Peacebuilding: A Critical Approach, edited by T. Paffenholz, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers (2009)
    • E. Cuhadar, S. Hanafi, “Israel and Palestine: Civil Societies in Despair”, in: Civil Society and Peacebuilding: A Critical Approach, edited by T. Paffenholz, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers (2009)
    • I.N. Grigoriadis, “Islam and Democratization in Turkey: Secularism and Trust in a Divided Society,” Democratization, vol. 16, pp. 1194-1213 (2009)
    • M. Heper, “Does Secularism Face a Serious Threat in Turkey?,” Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle Eas, vol. 29, pp. 413-422 (2009)
    • N. Karakayali, “Social Distance and Affective Orientations,” Sociological Forum, vol. 23, pp. 538-562 (2009)
    • E. Ozbudun, “Judicial Review of Constitutional Amendments in Turkey,” European Public Law, vol. 15, pp. 533-538 (2009)
    • S. Ozcurumez, “Immigrant Associations in Canada: Included, Accomodated or Excluded?,” Turkish Studies, vol. 10, pp. 195-215 (2009)
    • Z. Sarigil, “Deconstructing the Turkish Military’s Popularity,” Armed Forces and Society, vol. 35, pp. 709-727 (2009)
    • Z. Sarigil, “Paths are what Actors make of them,” Critical Policy Studies, vol. 3, pp. 121-140 (2009)
    • I. Saylan, “Internet: Demokrasiye Acilan Kapi? Turkiye ve Italya Ornekleri Cercevesinde e-Devlet Uygulamalari,” Amme Idaresi Dergisi, vol. 42, pp. 141-162 (2009)
    • L. Yanik, “The Metamorphosis of Metaphors of Vision: “Bridging” Turkey’s Location, Role and Identity after the end of the Cold War,” Geopolitics, vol. 14, pp. 531-549 (2009)
    • L. Yanik, “Valley of Wolves-Iraq: ‘Pax Ottomana’ Against the ‘American Empire?’,” Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, vol. 2, pp. 153-170 (2009)

    2008

    • I.I. Ayturk, “Politics and Language Reform in Turkey: The ‘Academy’ Debate,” Wiener Zeitschrift fur die Kunde des Morgenlandes, vol. 98, pp. 13-30 (2008)
    • I.I. Ayturk, “The First Episode of Language Reform in Republican Turkey: The Language Council from 1926 to 1931,” J of the Royal Asiatic Society, vol. 18, pp. 275-293 (2008)
    • B. Burcak, “Modernization, Science and Engineering in the Early Nineteenth Century Ottoman Empire,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 44, pp. 69-83 (2008)
    • A. Cinar, “Subversion and Subjugation in the Public Sphere: Secularism and the Islamic Headscarf,” Signs: J of Women in Culture and Society, vol. 33, pp. 891-913 (2008)
    • D. Cindoglu, I. Sirkeci, R.F. Sırkeci, “Determinants of choosing withdrawal over modern contraceptive methods in Turkey,” European J of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care, vol. 13, pp. 412-421 (2008)
    • D. Cindoglu, G. Zencirci, “The Headscarf in Turkey in the Public and State Spheres,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 44, pp. 791-806 (2008)
    • T. Erman, S. Turkyilmaz, “Neighborhood Effects and Women’s Agency Regarding Poverty and Patriarchy in a Turkish Slum,” Environment and Planning A, vol. 39, pp. 1760-1766 (2008)
    • A. Guney, F. Baskan, “Party Dissolutions and Democratic Consolidation: The Turkish case,” South European Society and Politics, vol. 13, pp. 263-281 (2008)
    • A. Guney, “Anti-Americanism in Turkey: Past and Present,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 44, pp. 471-487 (2008)
    • J. Salt, “Global Disorder and the Lımits of Dialoque,” Third World Quarterly, vol. 29, pp. 691-710 (2008)
    • Z. Tandogan, “Anthropology in Turkey: Impressions for an Overview”, in: Other People’s Anthropologies, edited by A. Boskovic, Berghahn Publication (2008)

    2007

    • I. Ayturk, “Attempts at Romanizing the Hebrew Script and Their Failure: Nationalism, Religion and Alphabet Reform in the Yishuv,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 43, pp. 625-645 (2007)
    • B. Burcak, “The Institution of the Ottoman Embassy and Eighteenth Century Ottoman History: An Alternative View to Gocek,” Int J of Turkish Studies, vol. 13, pp. 147-151 (2007)
    • E. Cuhadar-Gurkaynak, “Track Two Diplomacy from a Track One Perspective: Comparing the Perceptions of Turkish and American Diplomats,” International Negotiation, vol. 12, pp. 57-82 (2007)
    • N. DemirtasS. Sen, “Varos Identity: The Redefinition of Low Income Settlements in Turkey,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 43, pp. 87-106 (2007)
    • T. Erman, M. Coskun-Yildar, “Emergent Local Initiative and the City: The Case of Neighborhood Associations of the Better- off Classes in Post 1990 Urban Turkey,” Urban Studies, vol. 44, pp. 1-20 (2007)
    • E. Gozdasoglu-Kucukalioglu, “The representation of women as gendered national subjects in Ottoman-Turkish novels (1908-1923),” J of Gender Studies, vol. 16, pp. 3-15 (2007)
    • A. Guney, A. Celenk, “The European Union’s Democracy Promotion Policies in Algeria: Success or Failure?,” J of North African Studies, vol. 12, pp. 109-128 (2007)
    • Y. Hazama, O.F. Genckaya, S. Genckaya, “Parliamentary Questions in Turkey,” J of Legislative Studies, vol. 13, pp. 1-19 (2007)
    • N. Karakayali, “Bourdieu, Adorno ve Sosyolojik Düşüncenin Sınırları,” in Ocak ve Zanaat: Pierre Bourdieu Derlemesi, edited by G. Çegin, E. Göker, A. Arlı, Ü. Tatlıcan, İstanbul: İletişim, 2007 [2nd  edition 2010].
    • J. Salt, “Turning Sunni and Shi’a Against Each Other,” Arena Journal, vol. 28, pp. 21-31 (2007)
    • L. Yanik, “Allies or Partners? An Appraisal of Turkey’s Ties to Russia,” East European Quarterly, vol. 41, pp. 349-370 (2007)

    2006

    • C.J. Anderson, A. Paskeviciute, “How ethnic and linguistic heterogeneity influence the prospects for civil society: A comparative study of citizenship behavior,” J of Politics, vol. 68, pp. 783-802 (2006)
    • C.Aradau,T.Balzacq,T.Basaran,D.Bigo,P.Bonditti,C.Buger,S.Davidshofer,X.Guillaume,E.P .Guittet,J.Huysmans,J.Jeandesboz,M.Jutila,L.L.Guerrero,T.McCormack,M.Malksoo,A.Neal,C.Ol sson,K.L.Petersen,F.Ragazzi,Y.S.Akilli,H.Stritzel,R.v.Munster,T.Villumsen…, “Critical Approaches to Security in Europe: A Networked Manifesto,” Security Dialogue, vol. 37, pp. 443-487 (2006)
    • A. Cinar, “Secularism and Islamic Modernism in Turkey,” Etnografica, vol. 10, pp. 85-96 (2006)
    • M. Cinar, “Turkey’s transformation under the AKP rule (Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi),” The Muslim World, vol. 96, pp. 469-486 (2006)
    • O. Duman, D. Tsarouhas, “‘Civilianization’ in Greece versus ‘Demilitarization’ in Turkey,” Armed Forces and Society, vol. 32, pp. 405-423 (2006)
    • A. Erdentug, “Being a Woman Field Researcher in Turkey: An Overview,” Oriental Anthropologist, vol. 6, pp. 248-272 (2006)
    • M. HeperB. Ince, “Devlet Bahceli and ‘Far Right’ Politics in Turkey, 1999-2002,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 42, pp. 873-888 (2006)
    • N. Karakayali, “The Uses of the Stranger: Circulation, Arbitration, Secrecy and Dirt,” Sociological Theory, vol. 24, pp. 312-330 (2006)
    • E. Ozbudun, “Political Origins to the Turkish Constitutional Court and the Problem of Democratic Legitimacy,” European Public Law, vol. 12, pp. 213-223 (2006)
    • E. Ozbudun, “Changes and Continuities in the Turkish Party System,” Representation, vol. 42, pp. 129-137 (2006)
    • E. Ozbudun, “From Political Islam to Conservative Democracy: The Case of the Justice and Development Party in Turkey,” South European Society and Politics, vol. 11, pp. 543-557 (2006)
    • H. Tas, “Modernity, Islam, and secularism in Turkey: Bodies, places, and time,” Millennium: Journal of International Studies, vol. 34, pp. 1004-1005 (2006)
    • S. Toktas, D. Cindoglu, “Modernization and Gender: A History of Girls’ Technical Education in Turkey since 1927,” Women’s History Review, vol. 15, pp. 737-749 (2006)
    • L.K. Yanik, “”Nevruz?” or “Newroz?” Deconstructing the Invention of Tradition in Contemporary Turkey,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 42, pp. 285-302 (2006)
    • L. Yanik, “Guns and Human Rights: Major Powers, Global Arms Transfers and Human Rights Violations,” Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 28, pp. 357-388 (2006)

    2005

    • C.J. Anderson, A. Paskeviciute, M.E. Sandovici, Y.V. Tverdova, “In the Eye of the Beholder? The Foundations of Subjective Human Rights Conditions in East- Central Europe,”Comparative Political Studies, vol. 38, pp. 771-798 (2005)
    • U. CizreE. Yeldan, “Turkish Encounter with Neo-Liberalism: Economics and Politics in the 2000-2001 Crises,” Review of International Political Economy, vol. 12, pp. 387-408 (2005)
    • A. Guney, P. Karatekelioglu, “Turkey’s EU Candidacy and Civil-Military Relations,” Armed Forces and Society, vol. 31, pp. 439-462 (2005)
    • A. Guney, “An Anatomy of the Transformation of the US-Turkish Alliance from ‘Cold War’ to ‘War on Iraq’,” Turkish Studies, vol. 6, pp. 341-359 (2005)
    • M. Heper, J.R. Itzkowitz-Shifrinson, “Civil-Military Relations in Israel and Turkey,” J of Political and Military Sociology, vol. 33, pp. 231-248 (2005)
    • M. Heper, “The European Union, and the Turkish Military and Democarcy,” Southeast European Politics and Society, vol. 10, pp. 33-44 (2005)
    • M. Heper, “The Justice and Development Party Government and the Military in Turkey,” Turkish Studies, vol. 6, pp. 215-231 (2005)
    • N. Karakayali, “Duality and Diversity in the Lives of Immigrant Children: Rethinking the ‘Problem of Second Generation’ in Light of Immigrant Autobiographies [reprinted in Reading Sociology, ed. Lorne Tepperman, H. Dickinson, Oxford Univ. Press, Canada, 2007,2010,2012],” Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, vol. 42, pp. 325-344 (2005)
    • M. Muftuler-Bac, A. Guney, “The European Union and the Cyprus Problem: 1961-2003,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 41, pp. 281-293 (2005)
    • E. Ozbudun, “Constitutional Debates on Parliamentary Inviolability in Turkey,” European Constitutional Law Review, vol. 1, pp. 272-280 (2005)

    2004

    • I.I. Ayturk, “Turkish Linguists against the West: The Origins of Linguistic Nationalism in Ataturk’s Turkey,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 40, pp. 1-25 (2004)
    • U. Cizre-Sakallioglu, “Problems of Democratic Governance of Civil Military Relations in Turkey and the European Union Enlargement Zone,” European J of Political Research,vol. 43, pp. 107-125 (2004)
    • T. Erman, B. Serpil-Altay, C. Altay, “Architects and the Architectural Profession in the Turkish Context,” J of Architectural Education, vol. 58, pp. 46-53 (2004)
    • A. Guney, “The USA’s role in Mediating the Cyprus Conflict: A Story of Success or Failure?,” Security Dialogue, vol. 35, pp. 27-42 (2004)
    •  N. Karakayali, “Reading Bourdieu with Adorno: The Limits of Critical Theory and Reflexive Sociology,” Sociology(Journal of the British Sociological Association), 38 (2), 2004, 351-368.
    • H. Shambayati, “A Tale of Two Mayors: Courts and Politics in Iran and Turkey,” Int J of Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 36, pp. 253-275 (2004)
    • Z. TandoganE.O. Incirlioglu, “Academics In Motion: cultural encapsulation and feeling at home,” City and Society, vol. 16, pp. 99-114 (2004)
    • L.K. Yanik, “The Politics of Educational Exchange: Turkish Education in Eurasia,” Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 56, pp. 293-307 (2004)

    2003

    • U. Cizre, “Demythologizing the National Security Concept: the Case of Turkey,” Middle East Journal, vol. 57, pp. 213-229 (2003)
    • U. Cizre-Sakallioglu, M. Cinar, “Turkey 2002: Kemalism, Islamism and Politics in the Light of ‘the February 28 Process’,” South Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 102, pp. 309-332 (2003)
    • B. Helvacioglu, “Human Nature in Nature’s Nature,” Public, vol. 26, pp. 30-33 (2003)
    • M. Heper, S. Toktas, “Islam, Modernity and Democracy in Turkey: The Case of Recep Tayyip Erdogan,” The Muslim World, vol. 93, pp. 157-185 (2003)
    • M. Heper, “The Victory of the Justice and Development Party in Turkey,” Mediterranean Politics, vol. 8, pp. 127-134 (2003)
    • A. Icduygu, F. Keyman, “Globalization, Civil Society and Citizenship in Turkey: Actors, Boundaries and Discourses,” Citizenship Studies, vol. 7, pp. 219-234 (2003)
    • N. Karakayali, “Metamorphoses of the Stranger: Jews in Europe, Polish Peasants in America and Turks in Germany,” New Perspectives on Turkey, n.28/29, Spring-Fall, 2003, 37-59.
    • E. Podoksik, “Oakeshott’s Theory of Freedom as Recognized Contingency,” European J of Political Theory, vol. 2, pp. 57-77 (2003)
    • E. Podoksik, “Estienne de La Boetie and the Politics of Obedience,” Bibliotheque d’Humanisme et Renaissance, vol. 65, pp. 83-95 (2003)
    • J. Salt, “The Narrative Gap in Ottoman Armenian History,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 39, pp. 19-36 (2003)

    2002

    • A. CinarB. Arikan, “The Nationalist Action Party: Representing the State, the Nation or the Nationalists?,” Turkish Studies, vol. 3, pp. 25-40 (2002)
    • D. Cindoglu, S. Toktas, “Empowerment and Resistance Strategies of Working Women in Turkey: The Case of 1960- 1970 Graduates of the Girl’s Institudes,” European J of Women’s Studies, vol. 9, pp. 31-48 (2002)
    • D. Cindoglu, “Turkish Women Writers in the 20th Century,” Frauen in der Einen Welt, vol. 2, pp. 97-107 (2002)
    • U. Cizre-Sakallioglu, “From Ruler to Pariah: the Life and Times of the True Path Party,” Turkish Studies, vol. 3, pp. 82-101 (2002)
    • A. ErendilZ. Ulusoy, “Re-invention of Tradition as an Urban Image: The Case of Ankara Citadel,” Environment and Planning B- Planning and Design, vol. 29, pp. 655-672 (2002)
    • A. Guney, “HADEP-People’s Democracy Party,” Turkish Studies, vol. 3, pp. 123-137 (2002)
    • M. Heper, “The Consolidation of Democracy vs Democratization in Turkey,” Turkish Studies, vol. 3, pp. 136-146 (2002)
    • A. Icduygu, S. Toktas, “How do Smuggling and Trafficking Operate via Irregular Border,Crossing in the Middle East? Evidence from Fieldwork in Turkey,” International Migration, vol. 40, pp. 25-54 (2002)
    • L. McLaren, “Public Support for the European Union: Cost/Benefit Analysis or Perceived Cultural Threat?,” J of Politics, vol. 64, pp. 551-566 (2002)
    • N. Karakayali, “Arabesk,” in Garland Encyclopedia of World Music: The Middle East, v.5, London: Routledge, 255-259.
    • E. Podoksik, “The Voice of Poetry in the Thought of Micheal Oakeshott,” J of the History of Ideas, vol. 63, pp. 717-733 (2002)
    • J. Salt, “Trouble whereever they went: American Missionavies in Ottoman Syvia and Anatolia in the 19th Century,” The Muslim World, vol. 92, pp. 287-314 (2002)

    2001

    • A. Cinar, “National history as a contested site: the conquest of Istanbul and Islamist contestations of secularism,” Comparative Studies in Society & History, vol. 43, pp. 364-391 (2001)
    • D. Cindoglu, I. Sirkeci, “Variables that explain variations in prenatal care in Turkey: social class, education and ethnicity re-visited,” J of Biosocial Science, vol. 33, pp. 261-270 (2001)
    • A. Cirakman, “From tyranny to despotism: the Enlightenments’s unenlightened image of the Turks,” Int J of Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 33, pp. 49-68 (2001)
    • U. Cizre-Sakallioglu, “The truth and fiction about (Turkey’s) Human Rights Politics,” Human Rights Review, vol. 3, pp. 55-77 (2001)
    • N. Dutt, “The United States and the Asian Development Bank: origins, structure and lending operations of the bank,” J of Contemporary Asia, vol. 31, pp. 241-261 (2001)
    • A. Erdentug, P. Magnarella, “Turkish anthropology since the 1970s,” Oriental Anthropologist, vol. 1, pp. 60-67 (2001)
    • T. Erman, “The politics of gecekondu (squatter) studies in Turkey: the changing representations of rural migrants in the academic discourse,” Urban Studies, vol. 38, pp. 983-1002 (2001)
    • T. Erman, “Rural migrants and patriarchy in Turkish cities,” Int J of Urban and Regional Research, vol. 25, pp. 118-133 (2001)
    • M. Heper, “Turkey: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” J of Southeastern and Black Sea Studies, vol. 1, pp. 1-19 (2001)
    • M. Heper, F. Baskan, “The Politics of Coalition Government in Turkey/ 1961-1999: Toward a Paradigmatic Change?,” Int J of Turkish Studies, vol. 7, pp. 68-89 (2001)
    • A. Icduygu, I. Sirkeci, G. Muradoglu, “Socio-Economic Development and International Migration: A Turkish Study,” International Migration, vol. 39, pp. 39-62 (2001)
    • L.M. McLaren, “Immigration and the new politics of inclusion and exclusion in the European Union,” European J of Political Research, vol. 39, pp. 81-108 (2001)
    • M. Muftuler-Bac, “Turkey’s Candidacy to the European Union, The Role of Security Considerations,” Security Dialogue, vol. 32, pp. 379-382 (2001)
    • N. Karakayali, “An Introduction to the History of Music Debates in Turkey” in Sufism, Music and Social Change in Turkey and the Middle East, Anders Hammarlund, Tord Olsson and Elisabeth Özdalga (eds. – Swedish Research Institute), London: Curzon Books, 125-135.
    • J. Salt, “From Uprising to War,” Arena Journal, vol. 16, pp. 25-29 (2001)
    • O. Tekelioglu, “Modernizing Reforms and Turkish Music in the 1930s,” Turkish Studies, vol. 2, pp. 93-109 (2001)

    2000

    • N. Dutt, E. Girdner, “Challenging the rise of nationalist-religious parties in India and Turkey,” Contemporary South Asia, vol. 9, pp. 7-24 (2000)
    • T. Erman, E. Goker, “Alevi politics in contemporary Turkey,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 36, pp. 99-118 (2000)
    • B. Helvacioglu, “Globalization in the neighborhood: From the nation-state to Bilkent Center,” International Sociology, vol. 15, pp. 326-342 (2000)
    • M. Heper, “Political studies in Turkey,” Turkish Studies, vol. 1, pp. 125-134 (2000)
    • M. Heper, “The Ottoman legacy and Turkish democracy,” J of International Affairs, vol. 54, pp. 634-682 (2000)
    • M. HeperA. Guney, “Military and the consolidation of democracy: the Turkish case,” Armed Forces and Society, vol. 26, pp. 625-647 (2000)
    • M. Heper, “Strong state and bureaucrat-politician relationship: The Turkish experience,” European Studies Journal, vol. 17, pp. 67-96 (2000)
    • A. Icduygu, “The politics of international migratory regimes: transit migration flows in Turkey,” International Social Science Journal, vol. 165, pp. 357-367 (2000)
    • A. IcduyguF. Keyman, “Globalization, security and migration: the case of Turkey,” Global Governance, vol. 6, pp. 383-398 (2000)
    • L.M. McLaren, “Turkey’s eventual membership in the EU: Turkish elite perspectives on the issue,” J of Common Market Studies, vol. 38, pp. 117-129 (2000)
    • M. Muftuler-Bac, “Turkey’s role in the European Union’s security and foreign policies,” Security Dialogue, vol. 31, pp. 489-502 (2000)
    • M. Muftuler-Bac, “Through the looking glass: Turkey in Europe,” Turkish Studies, vol. 1, pp. 21-35 (2000)
    • M. Muftuler-Bac, “The impact of the European Union on Turkish politics,” East European Quarterly, vol. 34, pp. 159-179 (2000)
    • J. Salt, “The lessons of Lebanon,” Arena Journal, vol. 15, pp. 3-10 (2000)
    • E. YeldanU. Cizre-Sakallioglu, “Politics, Society and Financial Liberalization: Turkey in the 1990s,” Development and Change, vol. 21, pp. 481-508 (2000)

    1999

    • L.H. Day, A. Icduygu, “Does international migration encourage consumerism in the country of origin?,” Population and Environment, vol. 20, pp. 503-525 (1999)
    • A. Eraydin, A. Erendil, “The role of female labor in Industrial Restructuring: new production processes and labour market relations in the Istanbul clothing industry,” Gender, Place and Culture, vol. 6, pp. 259-272 (1999)
    • S. Esim, D. Cindoglu, “Women’s organizations in 1990’s Turkey: Predicaments and prospects,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 35, pp. 178-188 (1999)
    • B. Helvacioglu, “The Paradoxical Logic of Europe in Turkey: Where does Europe End?,” European Legacies, vol. 4, pp. 18-35 (1999)
    • A. Icduygu, Y. Colak, N. Soyarik, “What is the matter with citizenship? A Turkish debate.,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 35, pp. 187-208 (1999)
    • A. Icduygu, D. Romano, I. Sirkeci, “The ethnic question in an environment of insecurity: the Kurds in Turkey,” Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 22, pp. 991-1010 (1999)
    • E.O. IncirliogluZ.G. Tandogan, “Cultural diversity, public space, aesthetics and power,” European J of Intercultural Studies, vol. 10, pp. 51-61 (1999)
    • L.M. McLaren, “Explaining right-wing violence in Germany: A time series analysis,” Social Science Quarterly, vol. 80, pp. 166-180 (1999)
    • M. Muftuler-Bac, “The Cyprus debacle: What the future holds,” Futures, vol. 31, pp. 559-575 (1999) (PDF)
    • M. Muftuler-Bac, “Turkey’s New Vocation,” Journal of South East Asian and Middle Eastern, vol. 22, pp. 1-15 (1999)
    • A. Payaslioglu, A. Icduygu, “Awareness of and support for human rights among Turkish university students,” Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 21, pp. 513-534 (1999)
    • J. Salt, “Turkey’s military ‘democracy’,” Current History, vol. 98, pp. 72-78 (1999)

    1998

    • .B. Arikan, “The Programme of the Nationalist Action Party of Turkey,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 34, pp. 120-134 (1998)
    • U. Cizre-Sakallioglu, “Rethinking the connections between Turkey’s western identity versus Islam,” Critique: J for Critical Studies of the Middle East, vol. , pp. Spr, 3-18 (1998)
    • U. Cizre-Sakallioglu, “Kurdish nationalism from an Islamic perspective: the discourses of Turkish Islamic writers,” J of Muslim Minority Affairs, vol. 18, pp. 73-89 (1998)
    • L.H. Day, A. Icduygu, “The effects of international migration on religious observance and attitudes in Turkey,” J for Scientific Study of Religion, vol. 37, pp. 596-607 (1998)
    • A. Devic, “Ethnonationalism, politics and the intellectuals: the case of Yugoslavia,” Int J of Politics, Culture and Society, vol. 11, pp. 375-409 (1998)
    • A. Erdentug, B. Burcak, “Political tuning in Ankara, a Capital, as reflected in its urban symbols and images,” Int J of Urban and Regional Research, vol. 22, pp. 589-601 (1998)
    • A. Erdentug, “The Pioneering Anthropologists of Turkey: Personal Profiles in Socio-Political Context,” Turkish Studies Association Bulletin, vol. 22, pp. 13-44 (1998)
    • T. Erman, “The impact of migration on Turkish rural women: Four emergent patterns,” Gender and Society, vol. 12, pp. 146-167 (1998)
    • T. Erman, “‘Becoming urban’ or ‘remaining rural’: The views of Turkish rural-to-urban migrants on the integration question,” Int J of Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 30, pp. 541-561 (1998)
    • M. HeperE.F. Keyman, “Double-faced state: Political patronage and the consolidation of democracy in Turkey,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 34, pp. 259-277 (1998)
    • M. Muftuler-Bac, “Never ending story: Turkey and Europe,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 34, pp. 240-258 (1998)
    • M. Muftuler-Bac, “Turkey and Israel: A new axis of tension and security,” Security Dialogue, vol. 29, pp. 121-123 (1998)

    1997

    • U. Cizre-Sakallioglu, “The Anatomy of the Turkish Military’s Autonomy,” Comparative Politics, vol. 29, pp. 151-166 (1997)
    • L.H. Day, A. Icduygu, “The consequences of international migration for the status of women: A Turkish study,” International Migration, vol. 35, pp. 337-372 (1997)
    • T. Erman, “Squatter (gecekondu) housing versus apartment housing – Turkish rural-to-urban migrant residents perspectives,” Habitat International, vol. 21, pp. 91-106 (1997)(PDF)
    • T. Erman, “The meaning of city living for rural migrant women and their role in migration: the case of Turkey,” Women’s Studies International Forum, vol. 20, pp. 263-273 (1997)(PDF)
    • B. Helvacioglu, “L’ambiguo Nazinalismo in Turchia,” Futuribili, vol. , pp. 112-126 (1997)
    • M. Heper, “Islam and democracy in Turkey: Toward a reconciliation?,” Middle East Journal, vol. 51, pp. 32-45 (1997)
    • A. Kadioglu, “Migration experiences of Turkish women – Notes from a researchers diary,” International Migration, vol. 35, pp. 537-557 (1997)
    • O. Tekelioglu, “Two incompatible positions in the challenge against the ‘Individual Subject of Modernity’,” Theory and Psychology, vol. 7, pp. 215-233 (1997)

    1996

    • U. Cizre-Sakallioglu, “Parameters and Strategies of Islam-State Interaction in Republican Turkey,” Int J of Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 28, pp. 231-251 (1996)
    • T. Erman, “Women and the housing environment: The experiences of Turkish migrant women in squatter and apartments,” Environment and Behavior, vol. 28, pp. 764-798 (1996)
    • M. Heper, M. Cinar, “Parliamentary government with a strong president: The Post-1989 Turkish experience,” Political Science Quarterly, vol. 111, pp. 483-503 (1996)
    • M. Heper, T. Demirel, “The press and the consolidation of democracy in Turkey,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 32, pp. 109-123 (1996)
    • M. HeperA. Guney, “The military and democracy in the Third Turkish Republic,” Armed Forces and Society, vol. 22, pp. 619-642 (1996)
    • A. Icduygu, “Becoming a New Citizen in an Immigration Country – Turks in Australia and Sweden and Some Comparative Implications,” International Migration, vol. 34, pp. 257-272 (1996)
    • A. Kadioglu, “The Paradox of Turkish Nationalism and the Construction of Official Identity,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 32, pp. 177-193 (1996)
    • N. Karakayali, “Different Spaces: Freedom, Mobility and Automobility,” Sosiologisk Aarbok/Yearbook of Sociology, 1(1): 145-164
    • E. Ozbudun, “Turkey – How far from consolidation,” J of Democracy, vol. 7, pp. 123-138 (1996)
    • O. Tekelioglu, “The Rise of a Spontaneous Synthesis: The Historical Background of Turkish Popular Music,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 32, pp. 194-215 (1996)

    1995

    • N. Karakayali, “Doğarken Ölen Ben: Hafif Müzik Ortamında Ciddi Bir Proje Olarak Orhan Gencebay” [Stillborn: A Serious Light Music Project: Orhan Gencebay], Toplum ve Bilim[Society and Science], n.67, Fall, 136-156.
    • N. Karakayali, “The Arabesk Debate: Music and Musicians in Modern Turkey; Martin Stokes,” (Book Review) Toplum ve Bilim , n.67, Fall, 236-240.
    • E.F. Keyman, “Articulating Difference: the problem of the Other in International Political Eco,” Review of International Political Economy, vol. 2, pp. 70-95 (1995)
    • M. Muftuler-Bac, “Turkish Economic Liberalization and the European Community,” Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 31, pp. 85-98 (1995)
    • M. Muftuler-Bac, “Turkey: A New Player in Middle Eastern Politics,” Mediterranean Quarterly, vol. 6, pp. 110-120 (1995)

    1994

    • U. Cizre-Sakallioglu, “Kemalism Hypernationalism and Islam in Turkey,” History of European Ideas, vol. 18, pp. 255-270 (1994)
    • A. Icduygu, “Changing Settlement Intention of the Turkish Immigrants in Australia and Sweden,” Migration, vol. 25, pp. 33-57 (1994)
    • A. Icduygu, “Changing Settlement Intentions of Turkish Immigrants,” European J of International Migration and Ethnic Relations, vol. 26, pp. 49-73 (1994)
    • A. Icduygu, “Facing changes and making choices: Unintended Turkish immigrant settlement in Australia,” International Migration, vol. 32, pp. 71-93 (1994)
    • A. Kadioglu, “Women’s subordination in Turkey – Is Islam really the Villain?,” Middle East Journal, vol. 48, pp. 645-660 (1994)
    • A. Kadioglu, “The Impact of migration on Gender roles – Findings of field research in Turkey,” International Migration, vol. 32, pp. 533-560 (1994)

    1993

    • O.F. Genckaya, “The black-sea economic cooperation project – a regional challenge to European Integration,” International Social Science Journal, vol. 45, pp. 549-557 (1993)