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Önder, Cem, At the intersection of bisexuality and masculinity: Bisexual people's experiences in Turkey, Özbay, Cenk, 2021.
Çamiçi, İlhan, The future is made of history: Narrating the past in Turkish dystopian literature, Irzık, Sibel, 2021.
Pulatyan, Rudi Sayat, Which Armenianness? The Armenian youth of Turkey and their sense of identity and belonging, Neyzi, Leyla, 2021.
Traşçı, Yusuf, Interrogating masculinites of former cadets:The changing dimensions of military masculinities after military school closures in Turkey, Göker, Zeynep Gülru, 2021.
Altıkardeş, Ceyda, Gender and the city: migration of well-educated women from İstanbul to Berlin, Altınay, Ayşe Gül, 2021.
Şahin, Sena, The Turks have no friends but The Turks: The Sevres trauma and the construction of an exclusionary national identity, Altınordu, Ateş Ali, 2021.
Büyükkoç Sütlüoğlu, Çağla, Stories that become us: hyperreality and storytelling in 21st century social media phenomena, Adak, Hülya, 2021.
Afşar, Dilara, Politics of housing in Hisarüstü: Intergenerational encounters in an İstanbul locality, Biehl Öztuzcu, Kristen, 2021.
Umman, Pınar, Pandemic and authority in Orhan Pamuk’s nights of plague, Irzık, Sibel, 2021.
Demirkoparan, Berk, Two figurations of the noble lie in dystopian literature: we and kallocain, Irzık, Sibel, 2021.
Özensoy, Bilge, (Self-)representations of women at the dawn of a nation state: the autobiographies of Selma Ekrem and Halide Edib, Adak, Hülya, 2021.
Irmak, Hiba, Rethinking civil society in Turkey: The relationship between the Syrian NGOs and Turkish state, Terzioğlu, Ayşecan, 2021.