Peer-Reviewed Publications

Wasteful or sensible? Donor imageries in İstanbul’s food banks. (2020) New Perspectives on Turkey, 62, 51-73. doi:10.1017/npt.2020.8

Clean foods, motherhood and alternative food networks in contemporary Istanbul (2019) Gender, Place & Culture, 26:2, 181-202. DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2018.1552562

Feeding the global city: urban transformation and urban food supply chain in 21st-century Istanbul (2020) Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability, 13:1, 13-37. DOI: 10.1080/17549175.2018.1515785

“What is Being Sustained? Sustainability and Food Exchange Sites: A Case Study of Istanbul”. In Women, Urbanization and Sustainability: Practices of Survival, Adaptation and Resistance. Anita Lacey (ed.). Palgrave Macmillian, 2017.

How is the City Fed? Food, Biopower and Precarity (original title: Kent Nasıl Beslenir? Gıda, Biyoiktidar ve Güvencesizlik). (March 2016) Modus Operandi no.4: Istanbul, Turkey.

Secularization of the Politics of Law: On Roots of Liberal Democracy. (December 2011) Central European University Political Science Journal 6 (4): Budapest, Hungary

Secularization and Rule of Law: Schmittian Critique to Liberal Democracy and New Approaches to the Political Unity and Democracy. (March 2011). Political Theory: Political Philosophy e-Journal 4 (18)

Where is the Individual? Between Ideology and Utopia (March 2010). Nota Bene no.3: Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey

Review of Material Culture and Authenticity: Fake Branded Fashion in Europe, by Magdalena Craciun. (Fall 2014) New Perspectives on Turkey no.51