Teoman Ertuğrul TULUN
tetulun@avim.org.tr
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European Union Studies, Social Movements, Xenophobia and Hate Speech Studies, State Building Studies

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Teoman Ertuğrul Tulun has completed his undergraduate studies at McGill University in Political Science (Major), International Relations (Minor), and History (Minor) and graduated in 2003. Between 2003-2004, he worked as senior research assistant at the European Union Communication Group (ABİG).

He worked as a research assistant at Bilkent University International Relations Department between 2004-2006. He received his Master of Arts Degree from Bilkent University International Relations Department in 2009. He wrote his master's thesis on the Effects of Natural Resources on the State Building Process.

Since 2010, he is continuing his doctoral studies at Bilkent University Department of Political Science and Public Administration. Between 2010 and 2015, he worked as research assistant and teaching assistant at the same department. Between 2012-2015 at the same department, he taught Introduction to Sociology and Introduction to Political Science I courses.

 

Research Projects:

Research Assistant, Research Project on ‘European Union and Transformation of Policy Governance: The Cases of Three Policy Areas in Turkey’, Project No: 109K443, TUBITAK (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey), Ankara, June 2011- March 2013.

 

Publications:

Tulun, Teoman Ertuğrul ve Selçuk, Kadir Ekin. "Seçimler ve Hayal Kırıklığı: Genç Siyasal Oluşumlar Bağlamında HAS Parti." Birikim, No: 267, (Temmuz 2011): 54-59.

 

Conference and Workshop Presentations

“Turkey’s Stance on the State Building Process.” II. TUİÇ-AİBÜ International Relations Conference, Abant İzzet Baysal University, April 2010.

“Uncertainty - Turkey and the Varieties of Capitalism”. 4th ECPR Graduate Student Conference, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Bremen, July 4-6 2012.