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Fethi Açıkel, (Prof.Dr.)

Fethi Açıkel, PhD


Ankara Üniversitesi,
Siyasal Bilgiler Fakültesi,
Mülkiye,
Siyaset Bilimi ve Kamu Yönetimi Bölümü


Ankara University,

Faculty of Political Science,
Department of Politics and Public
Administration

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Fields of Interest / İlgi Alanları :

Historical Sociology, Political Sociology, Comparative Politics, Nationalism, Sociology of Elites, Social Theory & Psychoanalysis, Turkish Politics and Social Networks.


Academic Background / Akademik Geçmişi :

2012-       :
Professor, Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science.
2006-2012: Associate Professor, Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science.
2003-2006: Assistant Professor, Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science.

2002-2003:
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at London School of Economics, The European Institute, as London School of Economics & Bilgi University Research Fellow.
1992-2000: Research Assistant, Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science.


Educational Background / Öğrenim Bilgileri :


1996-2000:
PhD in Sociology, University of Essex, UK.
        PhD Thesis Title: The Twilight of 'the Holy Articulation': Nationalism, Capitalism and Islam; Authoritarian Strategies of Nation Building and Capitalist Modernization in Turkey

1992-1995:
MA in Sociology, Middle East Technical University (METU), Turkey.
        MA Thesis Title: The Discourse of Good in Politics.

1987-1991: BA in International Relations, Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science, Mülkiye.


Fellowships and Grants / Burslar:


1997: University of Essex Research Grant for a research visit to University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
1996-2000: PhD Fellowship by Ankara University & Higher Education Council.


Publications / Yayınlar:

2016 "AKP İslamcılığının Üç İdeolojik ve Üç Jeopolitik Dönüşümü", BİRİKİM, Sayı 332, Aralık, ss. 10-41.  

2016 "Mevlana ve Makyavel": AKP Modelinin ve İslami Makyavelizmin Krizi", BİRİKİM, Sayı 325, Mayıs, 22-38. 

2015   "Post-Muhafazakarlık, Melankolik Öfke ve AKP'nin Restorasyon İdeolojisi", BİRİKİM, Sayı 309-310, Ocak-Şubat, 187-193. 

2014   "Ortadoğu'da 'Tarihin Başlangıcı': Toplum ve Siyaset Üzerine Notlar", Sosyal Demokrat, Temmuz-Ağustos, Sayı 43/44. 

2013 Acikel, F., 'Hegemonya’dan ‘Oximoron’a: AKP’nin Eğreti Bonapartizm’inin Sonu (in Turkish), Birikim, no:288, April 2013 pp.15-23.

2012 Acikel, F., Muhafazakar Sosyal Mühendisliğin Yükselişi: ‘Yeni Türkiye’nin Eski Siyaseti' (in Turkish), Birikim, no:276, April 2012 pp.14-20.

2011 Acikel, F. & Ates, K. (2011) Ambivalent Citizens: The Alevi as the 'Authentic Self' and the 'Stigmatized Other' of Turkish Nationalism, EUROPEAN SOCIETIES,DOI: 10.1080/14616696.2011.597868.

2009a
(with Sarp Balcı) Mayors as New Political Oligarchs/Magnets in Turkey: Patterns of Transition from Local Politics to National Politics and Vice Versa, (in) Comparative Local Politics: Town Chief, City Boss or Loco President? Comparing a Strengthened Local Political Leadership across Europe (eds.) Herwig Reynaert et al, Vanden Broele Publishers.

2009b ‘Tarihsel Sosyoloji, Eşitsiz ve Bileşik Gelişim Sürecinin Kuramsallaştırılması Girişimidir’, (in) Tarihsel Sosyoloji, (ed.) Elizabeth Özdalga, Doğu Batı Yayınları, İstanbul.

2007a ‘Models of Revolution’ and ‘Institutional Reproduction’: Or How Revolutionary Elites Contribute to Institutional Model-Dependence in the World-System”, eds. Agata Stopinska, Raj Kollmorgen & Anke Bartels, (in) Revolutions: Revisited, Revised, Redesigned, Frankfurt/N.Y. Peter Lang.

2007b (in Turkish) “Model-Bağımlı Modernleşme: Seçkinler ve Osmanlı-Türk Modernliğinin Bilişsel-Kurumsal Repertuarı Üzerine Kavramsal Bir Deneme”, [Model-Dependent Modernization: Elites and the Cognitive-Institutional Repertoire of Ottoman-Turkish Modernity], eds. Ferdan Ergut & Ayşen Uysal, Tarihsel Sosyoloji, Dipnot ve Tarih Vakfı Yayınları, Ankara.

2006a ‘A Critique of Occidental Geist: Embedded Historical Culturalism in the Works of Hegel, Weber and Huntington’, Journal of Historical Sociology, Vol.19 (1), pp.60-83.

2006b (in Turkish) “Entegratif Toplum ve Muarızları: Merkez-Çevre Paradigması Üzerine Eleştirel Notlar, [Integrative Society and Its Discontents: Some Critical Remarks on Center-Periphery Paradigm], Toplum ve Bilim, 105, pp.30-69.

2005 “State Formation, Civil Society and Democratisation: Some Preliminary Comparisons with the Mediterranean and East European Societies”, (in) Black Sea Politics: Political Culture and Civil Society in an Unstable Region, (eds.) Ayşe Güneş-Ayata and Ayça Ergun, Işıl Çelimli, pp. 189-222.

2003 ‘Mapping the Turkish Political Landscape through November 2002 Elections’, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, Volume 5, no 2, pp.185-203.

2002 (in Turkish) “Devletin Manevi Şahsiyeti ve Ulusun Pedagojisi”, [Pedagogy of the Nation through the Spiritual Personality of the State and], (in) Milliyetçilik [Nationalism], (ed.) Tanıl Bora, Modern Türkiye’de Siyasal Düşünce, İletişim Yayınları, pp.117-139.

1996 (in Turkish) Kutsal Mazlumlugun Psikopatolojisi, [The Psychopathology of (the Idea) of Holy Suppressedness: An Essay on Conservative-Islamic Right], Toplum ve Bilim, no.70, pp.153-198.

1995a (in Turkish) Mikro Mekan Paradigmasina Giris, [Introduction to the Colonization of Micro-Space], Toplum ve Bilim, no:66, pp.122-139.

1995b (in Turkish) Siyaset Estetiği ve Cinsiyet: Siyaset Söyleminde İdeal Kadın, [Political Aesthetics and Gender: Discourse of ‘Ideal Women’ in Turkish Political Discourse], Birikim, no:78, pp.42-57.

1995c (in Turkish) Cleaneuse ya da Temizlik Üzerine, [Cleaneuse and Cultural Discourses of Cleansing], Birikim, no:77, pp.50-61.


Selections from Conference Papers :


2010a “
The Making of a New Conservative-Islamic Elite: The Case of JDP”, WOCMES Barcelona, 19th-24th July 2010, Barcelona.

2010b “The Vicissitudes of Circassian Diaspora: Between the Myths of Repatriationand the Challenges of Citizenship”, International Conference on Caucasus, The Caucasus: Imagining Freedom, Negotiating Dominion, 16th-17th April 2010, Centre for Russian, Soviet, Central and East European Studies, University of St. Andrews, UK.

2010c “Krizler ve Türkiye’de Ekonomik Seçkinlerin Dönüşümü”, Rus-Türk Uluslararası Konferansı, Lomonosov Moskova Devlet Üniversitesi Asya ve Afrika Ülkeleri Enstitüsü ve Ankara Üniversitesi Siyasal Bilgiler Fakültesi İşbirliği ile, 29 Mart 2010, Moskova.

2008
“Mayors, MPs and Oligarchs in Turkey: The Patterns of Transition from Local Politics to National Politics and Vice Versa”, Third International Conference on Local Politics in Europe, University of Ghent, Belgium, March.

2006 “Revolution and Reproduction: or How Revolutionary Elites Contribute to Institutional Path-Dependence in the World-System”, Transforma #4, Madgeburg, Germany.

2005 Bringing Elites Back in: Turkish Modernization and its Institutional Lock-ins, V. History Conference, organized by History Foundation and METU, October, Ankara.

2005 (with Kazim Ates), ‘Ambivalent Citizens: Alevi Identity as 'the Authentic Self' and 'the Stigmatized Other' of Turkish Nationalism’, paper presented UCL School of Public Policy Seminars, April.

2004 “Nationalism between Sociology and Anthropology?: Ethno-symbolism through the Borders of Disciplinary Imagination”, 14th ASEN Conference: The Nationalism Debate, London School of Economics.

2003 “Nations, Citizens and Human Rights: Between Political Autonomy and Political Pedagogy”, UCL Human Rights Seminars, March 3.

2003 “The Model of European Union and its Political Connotations for Turkish Modernization”, Conference organised by Kingston University, “After Copenhagen: Certainties and Ambiguities in Turkey's European Quest”, March 28.

2003 “EU, Identity and the Turkish Politics”, paper presented at Oxford Universitesi, St. Antony’s College Turkish Society Seminar, “Asking Questions about Turkey”, February 26.

2003 ‘Turkish Experience of Democratization vis-à-vis the Mediterranean and East European Cases’, London School of Economics, Bilgi-LSE Fellowship Program, LSE-Bilgi Turkish Seminars.

2002 “2002 November Elections in Turkey”, London School of Economics, Bilgi-LSE Fellowship Program, LSE-Bilgi Turkish Seminars.

2001 “Sociology, Time and Historical Law: From the Hegelian Philosophy of History to Marx and Weber”, presented at the British Sociological Association Conference, Manchester 9-12 April 2001.

2000 “The Turkish Right’s Unrequited Love Affair with the American Model”, presented at the International Conference on the US-Turkey Relations, Ankara University, November 2000.

1998 “Beyond Two Forms of Reductionism: Economism and Culturalism”, presented at the 2nd Annual Critical Realism Conference, After Postmodernism: Critical Realism?, University of Essex, Wivenhoe, September 1998.

 

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