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Hatice Pınar Bilgin


Ph.D., International Politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, 2000. Güvenlik çalışmaları, uluslararası ilişkiler kuramları, Orta Doğu’da bölge güvenliği

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  • P. Bilgin, The International in Security, Security in the International, London, Routledge, (2016).
  • P. Bilgin, Regional Security in the Middle East: A Critical Perspective [revised and updated 2nd ed. In 2019], London: Routledge, (2005).

Kitap Bölümleri

  • P. Bilgin, “‘On the “Does Theory Travel/” Question: Travelling with Edward Said”, The Politics of Translation in International Relations, Z.G. Capan (Eds.), pp. 245-255, London: Palgrave (2021)
  • P. Bilgin, B. Futak-Campbell, “Introduction: Globalising (the Study of) Regionalism in International Relations”, Globalising Regionalism and International Relations, B. Futak-Campbell (Eds.), pp. 3-26, Bristol: Bristol University Press (2021)
  • P. Bilgin, “The persistence of the “Middle East” as a geopolitical invention of security: “denial of coevalness”, The Multidimensionality of Regions in World Politics, P.J. Kohlberg, N. Godehardt (Eds.), pp. 114-130, London: Routledge (2020)
  • P. Bilgin, “Opening up international relations, or: how I learned to stop worrying and love ‘non-Western IR”, Handbook of Critical International Relations, S. Roach (Eds.), pp. 12-28, New York: Edward Elgar (2020)
  • P. Bilgin, “Security”, International Relations from the Global South: Worlds of Difference, A. Tickner, K. Smith (Eds.), pp. 181-196, London: Routledge (2020)
  • P. Bilgin, “Worlding Conflict Resolution and Mediation Expertise: In the ‘Global South”, Assembling Exclusive Expertise: Knowledge, Ignorance and Conflict Resolution in the Global South, A. Leander, O. Weaver (Eds.), pp. 77-92, London: Routledge (2019)
  • P. Bilgin, “Securing the Postcolonial”, Routledge Handbook of Postcolonial Politics, O. Rutazibwa, R. Shilliam (Eds.), pp. 48-57, London: Routledge (2018)
  • P. Bilgin, “Thinking About World Order, Inquiring Into Others’ Conceptions of the International”, Theorizing Global Order: The International, Culture and Governance, G. Hellmann (Eds.), pp. 37-65, Frankfurt: Campus (2018)
  • P. Bilgin, “Securing the Mediterranean, Inventing the ‘Middle East”, Routledge Handbook of Mediterranean Politics, R. Gillespie, F. Volpi (Eds.), pp. 50-59, London & New York: Routledge (2017)
  • P. Bilgin, B. Ince, “Ontological (in)security of “included” citizens: The case of early Republican Turkey (1923-1946)”, Conflict Resolution and Ontological Security: Peace Anxieties, B. Rumelili (Eds.), pp. 117-135, London Routledge (2015)
  • P. Bilgin, “Security in the Arab World and Turkey: Differently Different”, Thinking International Relations Differently, A.B. Tickner, D.L. Blaney (Eds.), pp. 27-47, London and New York: Routledge (2012)
  • P. Bilgin, “The Continuing Appeal of Critical Security Studies”, Critical Theory in International Relations and Security Studies: Interviews and Reflections, S. Brincat, L. Lima, J. Nunes (Eds.), pp. 159-170, London and New York: Routledge (2012)
  • P. Bilgin, “Turkey’s Geopolitics Dogma”, The Return of Geopolitics in Europe? Social Mechanisms and Foreign Policy Identity Crises, S. Guzzini (Eds.), pp. 151-173, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2012)
  • P. Bilgin, “Identity/Security”, Handbook of New Security Studies, P. Burgress (Eds.), pp. 81-89, New York: Routledge (2010)
  • P. Bilgin, “The Politics of Security and Secularism in Turkey: From the Early Republican Era to EU Accession Negotiations”, Religion, Politics and Turkey’s EU Accession, D. Jung, C. Raudvere (Eds.), pp. 139-156, London: Palgrave MacMillan (2008)
  • P. Bilgin, A.D. Morton, “Rethinking State Failure: The Political Economy of Security”, State Failure Revisited I: Globalization of Security and Neighbourhood Effects, D. Lambach, T. Debiel (Eds.), Institute for Development and Peace- INEF Report (2007)
  • P. Bilgin, “Structural Violence & Military, Security and Development”, ınternational Encyclopedia of Development, T. Forsyth (Eds.), pp. 447-665, Routledge (2004)
  • P. Bilgin, “Turkey and EU: Yesterday’s Answers to Tomorrow’s Security Problems?”, EU Civilian Crisis Management, G. Herd, J. Huru (Eds.), pp. 34-51, Conflict Studies Research Centre (2001)
  • P. Bilgin, “Inventing Middle Easts: The Making of Regions through Security Discources”, The Middle East in a Globalised World, B.O. Utvik, K.S. Vikor (Eds.), pp. 10-37, Nordic Soc Middle Eastern Studies (2000)

Kitap İncelemeleri

  • P. Bilgin, “International Relations in the Middle East: Hegemonic Strategic and Regional Order” , by E. Stein, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 225, 2021, in Perspectives on Politics, 20, (2022).
  • P. Bilgin, “Foreign Policy Analysis: Classic and Contemporary Theory” , by V.M. Hudson, Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 234, 2006, in Millenium – Journal of International Studies, 37, (2008).
  • P. Bilgin, “Culture and Security: Symbolic Power and the Politics of International Security” , by M.C. Williams, Routledge, 172, 2007, in J of International Relations and Development, 10, (2007).
  • P. Bilgin, “Contentious Issues of Security and the Future of Turkey” , by N.A. Guney, Ashgate, 197, 2007, in Turkish Studies, 8, (2007).
  • P. Bilgin, “Response to the Iraq Study Group Report” , by Iraq Study Report, Roundtable Forum, 2006, in International Affairs Forum, (2007).
  • P. Bilgin, “The politics of protection: Sites of insecurity and political agency” , by J. Huysmans, Routledge, 211, 2006, in Millennium- J of International Studies, 36, (2007).
  • P. Bilgin, “Governing Insecurity: Democratic Control of Military and Security Establishments in Transitional Democracies” , by G. Cawthra, R. Luckham, London: Zed Books, 340, 2003, in Millenium: Journal of International Studies, 34, (2005).
  • P. Bilgin, “Turkish Foreign Policy and Turkish Identity” , by Y. Bozdaglioglu, New York and London: Routledge, 224, 2003, in Turkish Studies, 5, (2004).
  • P. Bilgin, “Globalisation and Insecurity in the Twenty-first-Century: NATO and the Management of Risk” , by C. Coker, The International Institude for Strategic Studies, 103, 2002, in First Review, 1, (2003).
  • P. Bilgin, “Islam, the Middle East and the New Global Hegemony” , by S. Murden, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 235, 2002, in Millenium: Journal of International Studies, 32, (2003).
  • P. Bilgin, “Redefining Security in the Middle East” , by T.A. Jacoby, B.E. Sasley, Manchester University Press, 176, 2002, in Millenium: Journal of International Studies, 32, (2003).
  • P. Bilgin, “The New Geopolitics of Eurasia and Turkey’s Position” , by B. Aras, Frank Cass Publishers, 110, 2002, in Turkish Studies, 4, (2003).
  • P. Bilgin, “Postcolonical International Relations: Conquest and Desire Between Asia and West” , by L.H.M. Ling, London: Palgrave, 269, 2002, in Progress in Development Studies, 2, (2002).
  • P. Bilgin, “The Middle East Military Balance 1999-2000” , by S. Brom, Y. Shapir (eds.), MIT Press, 479 pp, 2000, in Political Studies, 49, (2001).
  • P. Bilgin, “Iraq Under Seige: The Deadly Impact of Sanctions and War” , by A. Arnove (ed.), South End Press, 216 pp., 2000, in Progress in Development Studies, 1, (2001).
  • P. Bilgin, “Understanding the Contemporary Middle East” , by D.J. Gerner (ed.), Lynne Rienner, 422 pp., 2000, in Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 29, (2000).

Dergi Yayınları

  • P. Bilgin, “A case for re-thinking geo-cultural pluralism in International Relations”, International Politics Review..  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, “The ‘Migrant Crisis in the Mediterranean’ as a Threat to Women’s Security in the EU? A Contrapuntal Reading”, Geopolitics..  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, “How not to Globalise IR: ‘Centre’ and ‘Periphery’ as Constitutive of ‘the International’”, International Relations, 18, 13-27 (2021)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, Z.G. Capan, “Introduction to the Special Issue Regional International Relations and Global Worlds: Globalising International Relations”, International Relations, 18, 1-11 (2021)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, “Sacralisation: Defying the Politicisation of Security in Turkey”, European Review of International Studies, 5, 94-114 (2018)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, “Inquiring into Others’ Conceptions of the International and Security”, PS: Political Science and Politics, 50, 652-655 (2017)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, “Resisting Post-truth Politics, a Primer: Or, How Not to Think about Human Mobility and the Global Environment”, Global Policy, 8, 55-59 (2017)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, “Beyond the Billiard Ball Model of the International? (symposium review)”, European Political Science, 15, 117-119 (2016)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, “How to remedy Eurocentrism in IR? A complement and a challenge for The Global Transformation”, International Theory, 8, 492-501 (2016)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, “Contrapuntal Reading” as a Method, an Ethos, and a Metaphor for Global IR”, International Studies Review, 18, 134-146 (2016)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, “What is the point about Sykes–Picot?”, Global Affairs., 1-5 (2016)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, B. Ince, “Security and Citizenship in Global South: In/securing citizens in early Republican Turkey (1923-1946)”, International Relations, 29, 500-520 (2015)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, “Arguing against security communitarianism”, Critical Studies on Security, 3, 176-181 (2015)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, “Critical Investigations into the international”, Third World Quarterly, 35, 1098-1114 (2014)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, A. Bilgic, “Turkey and EU/rope: Discourses of Inspiration/Anxiety in Turkey’s Foreign Policy”, Review of European Studies, 4, 111-124 (2012)
  • P. Bilgin, “Civilization, Dialogue, Security: The Challenge of Post-Secularism and the Limits of Civilizational Dialogue”, Review of International Studies, 38, 1099-1115 (2012)
  • P. Bilgin, “The Politics of Studying Securitization: The Copenhagen School in Turkey[reprinted in International Relations of the Middle East in 2015]”, Security Dialogue, 42, 399-412 (2011)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, A. Bilgic, “Turkey’s ‘New’ Foreign Policy towards Eurasia”, Eurasian Geography and Economics, 52, 173-195 (2011)  PDF
  • P. Bilgin, “Western-centrism of Security Studies: Blind Spot or Constitutive Practice?”, Security Dialogue, 41, 615-622 (2010)
  • P. Bilgin, “Looking for the international beyond the West”, Third World Quarterly, 31, 817-828 (2010)
  • K. Cos, P. Bilgin, “Stalin’s Demands: Constructions of the Soviet Other in Turkey’s Foreign Policy, 1919-1945”, Foreign Policy Analysis, 6, 43-60 (2010)
  • P. Bilgin, O. Tanrisever, “A Telling Story of IR in the Periphery: Telling Turkey about the World Telling the World about Turkey”, J of International Relations and Development, 12, 174-179 (2009)
  • P. Bilgin, “Securing Turkey through Western-oriented foreign policy”, New Perspectives on Turkey, 40, 105-125 (2009)
  • P. Bilgin, “The International Political ‘Sociology of a not so international discipline’”, International Political Sociology, 3, 338-342 (2009)
  • P. Bilgin, “The Securityness of Secularism? The Case of Turkey”, Security Dialogue, 39, 593-614 (2008)
  • P. Bilgin, “Thinking Past ‘Western’ IR?”, Third World Quarterly, 29, 5-23 (2008)
  • P. Bilgin, “Turkey’s European Dilemma[translated into “Tyrkiets europeiske dilemma”, Notat, vol.34, 24-27 (2007)]”, Foregin Policy in Focus..
  • P. Bilgin, “Making Turkey’s Transformation Possible- Claiming Security-Speak, Not Desecuritization”, J of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 7, 555-571 (2007)
  • P. Bilgin, “Only Strong States Can Survive in Turkey’s Geography: Uses of ‘Geopolitical Truths’ in Turkey”, Political Geography, 26, 740-756 (2007)
  • P. Bilgin, “What Future for Middle Eastern Studies?”, Futures, 38, 575-585 (2006)
  • E. Yilmaz, P. Bilgin, “Constructing Turkey’s Western’ Identity During the Cold War: Discources of ‘Intellectuals of Statecraft’”, International Journal, 61, 39-59 (2005)
  • P. Bilgin, “Turkey’s Changing Security Discourses: The Challenge of Globalisation”, European J of Political Research, 44, 175-201 (2005)
  • P. Bilgin, “O Projecto de Europeizacao”, o Mundo em Portuques, 5, 37-38 (2004)
  • P. Bilgin, “International Politics of Women’s (In) security: Rejoinder to Mary Caprioli”, Security Dialogue, 35, 499-504 (2004)
  • P. Bilgin, “Os Estudos de Seguranca na Turquia no ‘Occidente’ por meio de ‘Escrever a Seguranca’”, Contexto Internacional, 26, 149-185 (2004)
  • P. Bilgin, “Is the Orientalist Past the Future of Middle East Studies”, Third World Quarterly, 25, 423-433 (2004)
  • P. Bilgin, “Whose Middle East? Geopolitical Inventions and Practices of Security [reprinted in International Relations of the Middle East in 2015]”, International Relations, 18, 25-41 (2004)
  • P. Bilgin, A.D. Morton, “From ‘Rogue’ to ‘Failed’ States? The Fallacy of Short-termism”, Politics, 24, 169-180 (2004)
  • P. Bilgin, “A return to Civilisational Geopolitics in the Mediterranean? Changing Geopolitical Images of the European Union and Turkey in the Post-Cold War Era”, Geopolitics, 9, 269-291 (2004)
  • P. Bilgin, “The Peculiarity of Turkey’s Position in EU/NATO Military/Security Cooperation: A Rejoinder to Missiroli”, Security Dialogue, 34, 345-349 (2003)
  • P. Bilgin, “Individual and Societal Dimensions of Security”, International Studies Review, 5, 203-222 (2003)
  • P. Bilgin, “Beyond Statism in Security Studies? Human Agency and Security in the Middle East”, Review of International Affairs, 2, 100-118 (2002)
  • P. Bilgin, A.D. Morton, “Historicising Representations of “Failed States”: Beyond the Cold War Annexation of the Social Sciences?”, Third World Quarterly, 23, 55-80 (2002)
  • P. Bilgin, “The Middle East in Wor(l)d Politics”, Arab Studies Journal, 8, 196-201 (2001)
  • P. Bilgin, “Theory/practice in critical approaches to security: an opening for dialogue”, International Politics, 38, 273-282 (2001)
  • P. Bilgin, “Meanings of Security in the Middle East”, National Defense, 99, 149-170 (2001)
  • P. Bilgin, “Alternative futures of the Middle East”, Futures, 33, 423-436 (2001)