Book (In planning stage)
Tentative Title: State-Making in The Middle East: The Case of Dersim across Empire and Nation-State (1877–1938).
“Colonizing Dersim across Empire and Nation-State (1877 1938),” American Historical Review (Pending Submission).
“‘An Old Boil in the Lungs of Anatolia:’ Imagining Dersim as ‘a State within State’ across Empire and Nation-State (1866–1939),” The Journal of Historical Geography (Under review)
Chapter in an Edited Book (Forthcoming)
2022 “‘A Legend of Banditry’ across Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Turkey: Koçan (Koçuşağı) Tribe (1890– 1938)” in “Gayri Eşkiyaya Çıkar Adımız”: Geç Osmanlı’dan Cumhuriyet’e Eşkıyalık, Şekavet, İsyan” ed. Yalçın Çakmak and Ahmet Özcan.
Book Review (Forthcoming)
2022 Review of Inventing the Berbers: History and Ideology in the Maghrib, by Ramzi Rouighi, Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Méditerranée.
Short Essays and Opinion Pieces
2014 “Why Does Televizyon Become Vizontele? Kurds and Orientalism from Within,” Annual Review, Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies at New York University.
2011 “Turkey’s Shifting Foreign Policy Toward the Middle East and Its Relationship with Israel,” The Journal of Turkish Weekly.
2011 “The Arab Spring and the Waves of Democracy,” The Journal of Turkish Weekly.