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SİYASET BİLİMİ VE KAMU YÖNETİMİ BÖLÜMÜ
Prof.Dr. Fethi Açıkel

İletişim Bilgisi

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Eğitimi


    Prof.Dr. Fethi Açıkel

                            1970, Antakya


    Akademik Çalışma Alanları / Research Fields: 

Karşılaştırmalı Siyaset, Tarihsel Sosyoloji, Sosyal Demokrasi, Siyasal Elitler, Milliyetçilik, Siyaset Psikolojisi & Türkiye Siyaseti.

Comparative Politics, Historical Sociology, Comparative Social Democracy, Political Elites, Political Psychology, Nationalism and Turkish Politics.


    Akademik Geçmiş / Academic Background:

2012-           :   Profesör

2006-2012   :   Doçent

2002-2003 :     London School of Economics (LSE), Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, EUROPEAN INSTITUTE, LSE-Bilgi Fellow in Contemporary Turkish Studies. 

1996-2000  :    University of Essex, PhD in SOCIOLOGY.

1991 - 1995 :    Middle East Technical University, MA in SOCIOLOGY.

1987 - 1991 :    Ankara University, MÜLKİYE, Faculty of Political Sciences, BA in INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.


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Akademik Profili

 

    İdari Görevler / Administrative Tasks

AÜ.SBF, Siyaset Bilimi ve Kamu Yönetimi Bölümü, Karşılaştırmalı Siyaset Anabilim Dalı Başkanı &
AÜ. SBE, Küresel ve Bölgesel Çalışmalar YL Program Koordinatörü


    Akademik Yayınlar / Publications

  • 2016b "AKP İslamcılığının Üç İdeolojik ve Üç Jeopolitik Dönüşümü" [Three Ideological and Geopolitical Transformations of AKP's Islamism], BİRİKİM, Sayı 332, Aralık, ss. 10-41.  

  • 2016a "Mevlana ve Makyavel": AKP Modelinin ve İslami Makyavelizmin Krizi", [Rumi and Machiavelli: The Crises of AKP Model and AKP's Islamism], BİRİKİM, Sayı 325, Mayıs, 22-38. 

  • 2015   "Post-Muhafazakarlık, Melankolik Öfke ve AKP'nin Restorasyon İdeolojisi", [Post-Conservatism, Melancholic Rage and AKP's Restoration Ideology], BİRİKİM, Sayı 309-310, Ocak-Şubat, 187-193. 

  • 2014   "Ortadoğu'da 'Tarihin Başlangıcı': Toplum ve Siyaset Üzerine Notlar", [Not the End, but the Beginning of History in the Middle East: Some Notes on Society and Politics], Sosyal Demokrat, Temmuz-Ağustos, Sayı 43/44. 

  • 2013 "Hegemonya’dan Oximoron'a: AKP’nin Eğreti Bonapartizminin Sonu", [From Hegemony to Oxymoron: The End of AKP's Frail Bonapartism], BİRİKİM, Sayı 288, Nisan 2013.

  • 2012   "Muhafazakar Sosyal Mühendisliğin Yükselişi": ‘Yeni Türkiye’nin Eski Siyaseti', [The Rise of AKP's Conservative-Islamic Social Engineering], BİRİKİM, no:276, Nisan 2012, 14-20.

  • 2011   Açıkel, F. & Ateş, K. "Ambivalent Citizens: The Alevi as the 'Authentic Self' and the 'Stigmatized Other' of Turkish Nationalism", European Societies.

  • 2009a   Açıkel, F. (Sarp Balcı ile) "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? (eds.) Herwig Reynaert et al, Vanden Broele Publishers.

  • 2009b   "Tarihsel Sosyoloji, Eşitsiz ve Bileşik Gelişim Sürecinin Kuramsallaştırılması Girişimidir", [Historical Sociology is a Theorecial Attempt at Conceptualising Uneven and Combined Development], (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   ‘Model-Bağımlı Modernleşme: Seçkinler ve Osmanlı-Türk Modernliğinin Bilişsel-Kurumsal Repertuarı Üzerine Kavramsal Bir Deneme’,  [Model-Dependent Modernisation: Elites and the Cognitive-Institutional Repertoires of 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   ‘Entegratif Toplum ve Muarızları: Merkez-Çevre Paradigması Üzerine Eleştirel Notlar’, [Integrative Society and its Discontents: Some Critical Notes on Center-Periphery Paradigm], TOPLUM ve BİLİM, 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 et al., 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   ‘Devletin Manevi Şahsiyeti ve Ulusun Pedagojisi’, [Spiritual Personality of the State and the Pedagogy of the Nation], (in) Milliyetçilik, Modern Türkiye’de Siyasal Düşünce, İletişim Yayınları, pp.117-139.

  • 1996  ‘Kutsal Mazlumluğun Psikopatolojisi’, [Pscyhopathology of Holy Victimhood], TOPLUM ve BİLİM, no.70, pp.153-198.

  • 1995a   ‘Mikro Mekan Paradigmasına Giriş’, TOPLUM ve BİLİM, no:66, pp.122-139.

  • 1995b   ‘Siyaset Estetiği ve Cinsiyet: Siyaset Söyleminde İdeal Kadın’, [Political Aesthetics and Gender: The Image of Ideal Woman in Political Discourses], BİRİKİM, no:78, pp.42-57.

  • 1995c   ‘Cleaneuse ya da Temizlik Üzerine’, [Cleaneuse or On the Ideology of Cleansing], BİRİKİM, no:77, pp.50-61.

 

    Seçilmiş Konferanslar:

  • 2013a   "The Personalisation of Power, Charisma Politics and the Culture of Narcissism: The Case of Justice and Development Party’, Teaching the Crisis, Geographies, Methodologies, Perspectives, September, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin.

  • 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, Türkiye’de ve Rusya'da 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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