Hulya Dogan Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology & Anthropology
213 Newcomb Hall
Ph.D. in Anthropology, Texas A&M University, College Station
M.A. in Anthropology, University of Houston
Women Studies Graduate Degree Certificate, University of Houston
B.A. in Turkish Language and Literature, Bogazici University
transnational migration, refugees, and gender in a variety of geographical contexts specifically Middle East, North America, and Central Asia
“Re-building a homeland among cultural and ethnic kin: Ahıska Turks in Turkey” Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, May 2020.
Review of "Migrants & City‐Making: Dispossession, Displacement, and Urban Regeneration. Ayşe Çağlar & Nina Glick Schiller, Durham & London: Duke University Press, 2018, 280 pp." City & Society, January 2020.
“What is the Role of Religion in Constructing Identity and Social Networks: Meskhetian Turks in the United States?”, International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, April 2018
“Anthropologist’s Mission is Ambiguous: Understand or Change”, Anthropology News, November 2013.