Hakan Ergadoz

Bio

Hakan is a PhD candidate, focusing on comparative politics (primary field) and international relations (secondary field). His dissertation project involves a comparative study of religious diversity and accommodation of religious minorities in Europe and North America. His research interests also include post-Soviet politics, Latin American politics, populism, institutional change, and democratization. Hakanhas worked as a teaching and research assistant in the Political Science Department since 2012.

Publications:

“Austria’s Law on Islam and Its Implications for Difference, Minority Accommodation, and Islamophobia,” in Research Turkey, Vol. IV, Issue 6, pp.67-80, Centre for Policy and Research on Turkey (ResearchTurkey), London, Research Turkey. (http://researchturkey.org/?p=9093)

“The Startling Rise of Islamophobia in the West” Daily Sabah, February 18, 2015 

Presentations

“Honor and Post Imperial Foreign Policy: Zone of Post Soviet Authoritarian Peace and Neo Ottomanism,” The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, November 19-22, 2015

“Leftist Populism: A Lesser Evil for Democracy,” Co-authored with Selin Senol Karana, Latin American Studies Association Annual Meeting, Puerto Rico, May 27-30, 2015

“Citizenship and Statehood in Russia and Turkey: A Historical-Sociological Perspective,” The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies Annual Meeting, San Antonio, November 20-23, 2014

“Competing Visions of Citizenship?: Global Citizenship and Unitary Citizenship in Secondary School Texbooks,” (Poster Presentation) American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington  DC, August 28-31, 2014

Education:

BA, International Relations and Political Science, Uludag University (Turkey)

MA, History, Salisbury University (MD)

CV: Upon request