Title: Assistant Prof. Dr.Department: English Language And Literature DepartmentPosition: Academic StaffEmail: email@example.comTelephone: 5780000 - 1649Office: GSF 812AkademikResumeResearch Interest Modern English Theatre, leftwing theatres (England & USA), working-class movements in theatre and performance, nineteenth and twentieth-century labor entertainment and leisure activities, Marxism and cultural materialism in performance and theatre historiography. Biography BA: American Culture and Literature, Istanbul University, Istanbul. 1993. MA: English Literature and Drama, Yeditepe University, Istanbul. 2004. PhD: Theatre History and Criticism, University of Washington, School of Drama, Seattle. 2017. Courses GivenSelected Topics in Mythology ISelected Topics in Mythology IIHistory of Literary Criticism IHistory of Literary Criticism IISurvey of English Literature ISurvey of English Literature IISelected Topics in Modern Drama ISelected Topics in Modern Drama II PublicationsPublications Forthcoming essay, “A Film Set Activism - Political dimensions of a Labor Day performance,” in progress for publication at International Federation for Theatre Research (IFTR) Political Performances Working Group Anthology to be released in February 2019, with Brill, Themes in Theatre Series (Rodopi, Amsterdam). Essay, "Bir Biçim Polemiği: Fredric Jameson’ın Marksizm ve Form eseri ışığında Brecht-Lukacs tartışması ve Üç Kuruşluk Opera eseri üzerinde bir uygulama.” [A polemic on form: The historical Brecht-Lukacs debate and a reading of Three Penny Opera in the light of Fredric Jameson’s Marxism and Form] Septet Interdisciplinary Journal for the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Vol 2. June 2012.