Sertaç Sehlikoğlu is an associate professor at the UCL’s Institute for Global Prosperity and the principal investigator of an ERC Starting Grant (2019). Formerly, she was the Abdullah Mubarak Al-Sabah Fellow at Pembroke College, Cambridge and the Gibbs Travelling Fellow at Newnham College, Cambridge. She is the author of three books, and the recipient of several awards and grants, including a BRISMES (British Institute of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies) PhD Award, a Wadad Kadi Fellowship, a BIAA (British Institute at Ankara) Study Grant, and a William-Wyse PhD Award. Sehlikoglu is also the editor of the Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies’ Reviews Section.
Geographic Areas of Interest
The Intangible Aspects Of Human Subjectivity, Including Desire, Agency, Intimacy, And Imagination.
Gender And Subjectivity
| Social Anthropology
| University of Cambridge
| University of Toronto
| Concordia University
| Bogazici University
Becoming fit in "Men-Free" Spaces: Islamic Segregation and Self-Making
Invisible Becoming: Masculinity, Piety, and Transformation in Turkey
Desires through Rhythms: Exercising Bodies & Self-Time in Istanbul
Imaginative Encounters: Turkish Neo-Ottomanist Dreams in the Balkans