CONFERENCE PAPERS

21. “Ninni: What Can Anatolian Lullabies Tell Us About Feminist Rhetorical Performance?”. Global Rhetorics Roundtable, Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2019.

20.  “Tevazu: The Theory and Praxis of Humility in Turkish Rhetoric”. 24th International Conference of the International Association of Intercultural Communication Studies (IAICS), Chicago, Illinois 2018.

19. “A Framework for Examining Non-Western Discursive Practices and Extracting Rhetorical Insights from the Turkish Rhetorical Tradition”. American Society for the History of Rhetoric (ASHR), Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2018. Co-author Elif Guler.

 

18. “Empowering Student Writing through the Rhetoric of Turkic Khans in the Orkhon Inscriptions”. 69th Annual Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), Kansas City, Missouri, 2018. Co-author Elif Guler.

 

17. “Beyond Epideictic Oratory: A Study of Turkic Ceremony Towards Rethinking Alternative Models in Rhetorical Theory”. 21st Biennial Conference of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric (ISHR), London, United Kingdom, 2017

 

16. “Bal Bal Stones: Seeking Alternative Discourse Communities in Turkic Visual Rhetoric”.  68th Annual Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), Portland, Oregon, 2017

 

15. “Turkish Rhetorical Tradition and its Implications for Public Rhetorics in the U.S. Writing Classroom”. Rhetoric Society of America 17th Biennial Conference (RSA), Atlanta, Georgia, 2016. Co-author Elif Guler.

 

14. “Kemalist Citizenship: Rhetorical Practices of Civic Engagement and Social Change”. Rhetoric Society of America 16th Biennial Conference (RSA), San Antonio, Texas, 2014

 

13. “Practices of Re-veiling: Construction and Embodiment of Women’s Rhetorical Ethos”. 9th Biennial International Feminism(s) & Rhetoric(s) Conference, Stanford University, California, 2013

 

12. “From Global to Local: Cittaslow and Politics of Identification in Turkey”. Middle East Studies Association of North America (MESA) 46th Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, 2012

 

11. “Gypsy Girl of Zeugma: Daughter of the Land, Virgin of the Nation”. 17thAnnual Association for the Study of Nationalities World Convention (ASN), Harriman Institute, Columbia University, New York City, 2012

10. “Conceptualizing the Animal: Navigating between Animal Rights and Animal Welfare”. Rhetoric

Society of America 14th Biennial Conference (RSA), Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2010

 

9. “Gourmet alla Turca: Texts of cookery and narrative in the Turkish neoliberal paradigm”. American

Anthropological Association 108th Meeting (AAA), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2009

 

8. “Towards a Feminist Civic Discourse for Animal Rights”. 6th Biennial International

Feminism(s) & Rhetoric(s) Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, 2007

 

7. “On Literacy and the Kemalist Rhetorics of 1928”. 57th Annual Conference on College Composition and

Communication (CCCC), Chicago, Illinois, 2006

 

6. “Black Cumin, Coffee-Ground: Challenges to Notions of Literacy and Illiteracy”. Middle East Studies Association of North America (MESA) 39th Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., 2005

 

5. “Virginity, Womanhood, and Forms of Resistance: Notes from an Ethnographic Fieldwork in

Turkey”. 5th Biennial International Feminism(s) & Rhetoric(s) Conference, Houghton, Michigan, 2005

 

4. “Resistance, Silence and Fear: Challenges in Teaching Writing as a Social Action”. 56th

Annual Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), San Francisco,

California, 2005

 

3. “Constructions of Femininity and Womanhood: Virginity Examinations in Turkey”. The 2nd

Annual Middle East & Central Asia Politics, Economics, and Society Conference,

Salt Lake City, University of Utah, 2004

 

2. “Virginity Examinations and Human Rights Rhetoric”. Rhetoric Society of America 11th

Biennial Conference (RSA), Austin, Texas, 2004

 

1. “Drink Cola Turka, Eat Kokoreç!: Rhetorics of Nationalism and the European Union”. 

9thAnnual Association for the Study of Nationalities World Convention (ASN), Harriman Institute, Columbia University, New York City, 2004

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