Assistant Professor in International Relations, Faculty of Social Sciences
I am an assistant professor of International Relations at Nottingham University, China Campus. Prior to joining the faculty at UNNC, I taught at Leiden University in the Netherlands. My research interests lie at the intersection of historical sociology, political economy and International Relations (IR). More specifically, I engage with Historical Sociology and Political Economy to address three particular and interrelated questions in IR. The first is the question of the origins and development of the modern international order, with a particular focus on the Ottoman Empire, Turkey and the wider Middle Eastern region. The second is the question of how to theorize and historicize 'late modernization' and 'late industrialization' in global political economy. The third relates to the problem of 'Eurocentrism', i.e. the question of how to conceptualize the constitutive impact of non-Western peoples on the origins and development of the modern international order.
Critical International Relations Theories, Historical Sociology, International Political Economy, Development Studies, Origins of Capitalism, Question of Eurocentrism, Modernity, Marxism, Middle Eastern Studies, Turkey.
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