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Hakan Ergadoz


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.


“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. (

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


“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


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

MA, History, Salisbury University (MD)

CV: Upon request 

Last Updated: 4/9/21