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Parla 1! AYŞE PARLA Curriculum Vitae Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Sabanci University Orhanlı, Tuzla Istanbul, Turkey EDUCATION 2005 New York University, Ph.D. in Social Anthropology 1995 Harvard University, B.A. in Social Studies, magna cum laude 1991 Robert College High School, Istanbul, Highest Honors EMPLOYMENT present Associate Professor of Anthropology, Sabanci University, Istanbul Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Sabanci University, Istanbul HONORS AND AWARDS 2014 International Research Visiting Award, Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Study, University of British Columbia, August September TUBA-GEBIP, Turkish Academy of Sciences Exceptional Young Scholar Award Teaching Award, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Sabanci University (one of five awards in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences in the first year that the award was implemented) TUBITAK (The Technological and Scientific Research Council of Turkey) Career Award, awarded to junior scholars within five years of their PhD Sylvia Forman Prize, Association for Feminist Anthropology. Graduate student paper award for the essay They Even Let Their Women Work: Negotiations of Gender, Honor and the Communist Legacy among Turkish Immigrants from Bulgaria. Parla 2! 1999/2000 Feminist Studies Award for best article published by a graduate student: The Honor of the State: Virginity Examinations in Turkey Association of Political and Legal Anthropology Student Paper Prize for the essay The Honor of the State: Virginity Examinations in Turkey Kay Pin Award for academic achievement, New York University Honors in Social Studies, Harvard University, for Senior Thesis: A Subversive Space: The Significance of the Women's Shelter in the Turkish Context. Harvard College Scholarship and Agassiz Certificate of Merit for academic achievement of highest distinction. PUBLICATIONS Books Manuscript in preparation, tentatively titled: The Anxiety of Hope: Bulgarian-Turkish Labor Migrants, Legalization and Relative Privilege Refereed Articles forthcoming Property, Dispossession and Citizenship in Turkey, or, The history of the Gezi Uprising starts in the Surp Hagop Armenian Cemetery, with Ceren Özgül. Public Culture Labor migration, ethnic kinship, and the conundrum of citizenship in Turkey. Citizenship Studies 15(3-4, June): Undocumented Migrants and the Double Binds of Rights Claims. Differences: Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies. 22(1): Remembering across the border: Postsocialist nostalgia among Turkish immigrants from Bulgaria. American Ethnologist 36 (4): Broken Lines of Il/legality and the Reproduction of State Sovereignty: The Impact of Visa Policies on Turkish Immigrants from Bulgaria, with Zeynep Kaslı. Alternatives: Global, Local, Political 34 (2): Parla 3! 2009 Nafile Soydaşlık: Irak ve Bulgaristan Türkleri Örneğinde Göçmen, Dernek ve Devlet, [Ethnic Kinship in Vain: Turkish Migrants from Iraq and from Bulgaria, Migrant Associations and the State],with Didem Danış. Toplum ve Bilim (Science and Society) 114: Irregular Workers or Ethnic Kin? Post-1990s Labour Migration from Bulgaria to Turkey. Bulgarian Folkore 2: Reprint in Bulgarian of 2007 article Irregular Workers or Ethnic Kin? Post-1990s Labour Migration from Bulgaria to Turkey. International Migration 45 (3): Longing, Belonging and Locations of Homeland among Turkish Immigrants from Bulgaria. Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies 6(4): Marking Time along the Bulgarian-Turkish Border, Ethnography 4(4): The Honor of the State: Virginity Examinations in Turkey, Feminist Studies 27:1 (Spring), Inclusions in refereed journals and encyclopedias 2013 Protest and the Limits of the Body. Fieldsights - Hot Spots, Cultural Anthropology Online, October 31, Bulgaria, migration, late-19th century to present, with Maria Stoilkova in The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration, ed. Immanuel Ness, Wiley-Blackwell Virginity: Discourses and Practices: Turkey. Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures. Leiden: E.J. Brill Women, Gender and Honor in Turkey and the Caucuses. Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures. Leiden: E.J. Brill. Book Chapters Forthcoming Türkiye de Göç Antropolojisi [The Anthropology of Migration in Turkey] with Nora Tataryan in Kültür Denen Şey [This Thing Called Culture], eds. Cenk Özbay and Ayfer Bartu Candan. Metis Yayınları. Parla 4! 2015 For us, migration is ordinary : Post-1989 labour migration from Bulgaria to Turkey, in Migration in the Southern Balkans: From Ottoman Territory to Globalized Nation States, eds. Hans Vermeulen, Riki van Boeschoten, Martin Baldwin-Edwards (eds.). IMISCOE Book Series: Springer 2014 Göçmen Kadınlar Ailenin ve Aile Politikalarının Neresindeler? [Where Are Migrant Women in Relation to the Family and Family Policies?] in Başka Bir Aile Mümkün Mü? [Is Another Family Possible?], eds. Ulrike Dufner and Semahat Sevim. Heinrich Böll Stiftung Longing, Belonging and Locations of Homeland among Turkish Immigrants from Bulgaria. How to think about the Balkans: Culture, Region, Identities, ed. A. Kiossev, Next Page Publications. Reprint in Bulgarian of 2006 article Anlatilar, Duvarlar, ve Direnis Sesleri: Aykiri bir Mekan Olarak Mor Cati [Narratives, Walls, and Voices of Resistance: Mor Cati as a Dissident Space, in Evdeki Teror: Kadina Yonelik Siddet [The Terror at Home: Violence Against Women], ed. Mor Cati Collective. Istanbul: Mor Cati Yayinlari Book Reviews 2007 Review of Nostalgia for the Modern: State Secularism and Everyday Politics in Modern Turkey by Esra Özyürek. New Perspectives on Turkey. GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS TUBA research grant for Beyond Europeanization: An Anthropological Inquiry into the regulation of the Migration Regime in Turkey TUBITAK Grant for Legalization Strategies of the post-nineties labor from Bulgaria TUBITAK Grant for Forms of organization among new migrants: A comparative analysis of Bulgarian Turks, Iraqi Turkmens and Moldavians in Turkey. With Mine Eder and Didem Danıs Marianne Lehner Rothe and Florence Edna Rowe Dissertation Fellowship, American Association of University Women Educational Foundation Dissertation Fellowship, International Center for Advanced Studies, Project on the Cold War as Global Conflict, New York University. Parla 5! Dean s Dissertation Fellowship, New York University Regional Associate Fellow, Centre for Advanced Study, Sofia, NEXUS Project on How to Think About the Balkans: Culture, Region, Identities Dissertation Research Grant, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Dissertation Research Fellowship, Social Science Research Council, Middle East and North Africa Program Annette B. Weiner Fellowship, New York University, Department of Anthropology MacCracken Fellowship, New York University Predissertation Grant, Institute of Turkish Studies, Georgetown University Ford Foundation Gender/Area Studies Summer Research Grant, New York University Agassiz Scholarship, Radcliffe College Ford Program Research Fellowship for Undergraduate Research, Harvard University Dean s Summer Thesis Research Grant, Harvard University. INVITED TALKS Sep Feb Jan Spaces of Education, States of Ruination and Survival. Department of Anthropology and Peter Wall Institute of Advanced Studies, University of British Columbia. Armenian Migrant Children in Turkey: Access to Education and States of Exception in a Postgenocidal Society. Armenian Studies Program and History, Michigan University. Armenian Migrant Children in Turkey: Access to Education and States of Exception in a Postgenocidal Society. Green College, University of British Columbia. Parla 6! Feb May 2010 Feb Jan June 2004 Labor migration of ethnic kin from Bulgaria to Turkey and the politics of relative privilege,. Sociocultural Anthropology Speaker Series, co-sponsored by the Center for European and Eurasian Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. EUROMed meeting, Migratory Flows in Turkey. Istanbul. Inclusive Exclusion and the Reproduction of State Sovereignty, Center for the Critical Analysis of Social Difference, Columbia University. The 'Inclusive Exclusion' of Turkish Immigrants from Bulgaria presented at the workshop on Migration in the Neoliberal Age, Center for European Studies, University of Florida. Remembering from the Other Side: Memories of Communism among Turkish immigrants from Bulgaria, presented at the Second International NEXUS Conference on Balkans and Globalization, Central European University, Budapest. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS AND PANEL ORGANIZATION Dec Dec Nov Jan Migrant children, education and structural violence in China, Malaysia, Russia, Turkey and the US. Panel co-organized with Alexia Bloch for the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C. Spaces of Education, States of Ruination and Armenian Migrant Children in Turkey. Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C. Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago. Of Plants, Political Movements and Humans: Exploring Multiple Meanings of Genealogy. Panel Chair. Proving Origins: Armenian converts and Bulgarian Turkish Migrants, encounters with the law and the governance of sameness and difference, Paper Presentation with Ceren Ozgul. The Affect and Politics of Relative Privilege. Workshop on Militant Research, Goldsmith University, London. Parla 7! Apr Oct June 2011 June 2011 Nov May 2010 Exceptional situations or mundane exceptions? :Killability and relative privilege in the Turkish legal context, for the panel on Protest and law in the ostensibly non-revolutionary Middle East, (panel co-organizer), American Ethnological Society, New York. Kağıtsızlar, Epistemik Ortaklıklar ve Zamansız Etnografi (The Undocumented, Epistemic Partnerships and Timeless Ethnography presented at the invited workshop on New Approaches to Sociocultural Anthropology in Turkey. Mardin Artuklu University Things are Changing? On Ethnicity, Citizenship and Religious Freedom at the Doorstep of the EU with Ceren Ozgul. Far Away, So Close: Reaching Beyond the pro/contra controversy on Turkey s EU accession. Berlin Frei University & Sabancı University. Labor Migrants, Ethnic Kin and Citizenship in Turkey, presented at the panel on Migration, Citizenship and Belonging in Neo-Liberal Europe, Council of European Studies (CES), Barcelona, June 19-23, The Double Binds of Rights Claims, presented at the panel on Rights Discourse in the Middle East. Annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, New Orleans. Also co-organizer of the panel. Labor Migration and the Citizenship Regime in Turkey. Political Science Seminars, Bilgi University, Istanbul. INVITED Mar Dec Feb The Instrumentalization of Ethnicity: A comparative analysis based on the experiences of Turkish migrants from Iraq and Bulgaria. With Didem Danıs. Atatürk Institute Friday Seminars, Bogazici University. INVITED Post1989 Turkish migrants from Bulgaria and the Configurations of Ethnic Kinship in Turkey, presented at the panel on The End/s of Transnationalisms after Socialism: Practices and Re-imaginations of Relatedness, American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia. All about Turkish Migrations, Kadir Has University Nov Post-Soviet Migrant Labor to Turkey at the Intersections of Gender, Ethnicity and Legal Status, with Mine Eder) Conference on Gender Studies in Turkey: Inequalities, Struggles and Advances, Koc University, Istanbul. Parla 8! Nov 2008 June 2008 Nov June 2007 Nov Sep July 2006 Dec June 2005 Claims of Belonging and the Inclusive Exclusion of Turkish Immigrants from Bulgaria for the workshop on Rethinking Citizenship, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle Germany. Hierarchies of Otherness, presented at the Hrant Dink Memorial Workshop on Migrations, Connections, Perspectives: Anatolia and Its Neighboring Regions in the Twentieth Century, Sabancı University, Istanbul. The Shifting Signifier and the Anxieties of the Turkish self, presented at the American Anthropological Association Meeting, Washington D.C. Turkish Immigrants from Bulgaria and postsocialist nostalgia on the other side of the border, presented at the conference on Thinking through Turkey: Theorizing the Political, CRASSH, Cambridge University, Cambridge. Immigrant women from Bulgaria at the edges of community and propriety presented at the panel on Gender-based violence, MESA Annual Meetings, Boston. The moral economy of irregular labor migration from Bulgaria to Turkey, presented at the invited workshop on Interrogating Diaspora, 9 th Biennial Conference of European Association of Social Anthropologists, Bristol. Framing nostalgia among Turkish immigrants from Bulgaria, presented at the panel on Reinscribing the Nation, Crossroads 2006 Association for Cultural Studies, Istanbul. Irregular Workers or Ethnic Kin: Post Nineties Labor Migration from Bulgaria to Turkey, presented at the IMILCO conference on Irregular Migration, Informal Labour and Community in Europe, Istanbul. Locating the Turkish Homeland: Bulgarian Turkish return migration in transnational perspective, presented at the Oxford Symposium on Transnationalism in South Eastern Europe, St. Anthony s College, Oxford. Apr Apr They Even Let Their Women Work: Negotiations of Labor, Honor and the Communist Legacy among Turkish immigrants from Bulgaria. International Center for Advanced Studies, Project on the Cold War as Global Conflict, New York University. Racial Designations and Bulgarian Turkish Border Crossings presented at Parla 9! the panel on Migrations of Race in the Middle East, Annual Meeting of the American Ethnological Society meetings, Providence, Rhode Island. May 2002 July 2000 June 2002 Harboring Irreconcilables: The Interrelation of Movement and Identity Among Turks of Bulgaria, presented at the 1 st Conference on Culture and Identity in the Balkans, Beykent & Bogazici University, Istanbul. The Disciplines and the Disciples of the State, presented in the panel on Representations of the State in the Ottoman Empire and Turkey, at the British Society for Middle East Studies Conference, Cambridge University. Presentation on Marginal Groups for the constitutive meeting of the project on Remembering Communism, organized by the Social Science Research Council and held at the Center for Advanced Study, Sofia. TEACHING Courses taught at Sabancı University Migration and Citizenship Anthropology of Europe Epistemological Foundations of Cultural Analysis Anthropology of Hope Local Cultures, Global Forces Courses in Collaboration Human Rights of Vulnerable Populations, Summer 2014, Harvard-Sabancı Summer School, cotaught with Prof. Dr. J. Bhahbha, Harvard Law School and School of Public Health. Anthropology of the Body, Spring 2013, co-taught in partnership with Dr. Melanie Tanelian and Dr. Hitomi Tanumura, Department of History Michigan University, under the rubric of Hist 796/698: Gender, Sexuality and Violence. REVIEWING American Anthropologist American Ethnologist Citizenship Studies City and Society Parla 10! European Journal of Women s Studies IJMES (International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies) Journal of Women, Politics, & Policy New Perspectives on Turkey PoLAR (Political and Legal Anthropology Review) Signs Slavic Studies MEMBERSHIPS American Anthropological Association American Ethnological Society Society for the Anthropology of Europe Association for Feminist Anthropology LANGUAGES English, Turkish (native) French (advanced reading and intermediate speaking knowledge) German (intermediate reading knowledge) Western Armenian (intermediary reading and elementary speaking knowledge)
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