Dr Aimilia Voulvouli Assistant Professor Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences Abdullah Gül

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Dr Aimilia Voulvouli Assistant Professor

Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences Abdullah Gül University

Abdullah Gül Üniversitesi, Sümer Kampüsü, Kayseri, Turkey aimilia.voulvouli@agu.edu.tr

D.O.B. 03 April 1975, Lesbos-Greece, Nationality: Hellenic Education

2008 Ph.D. in Social Anthropology,

University College London, University of London Department of Anthropology

Thesis Title: “Arnavutköy District Initiative. From

Environmentalism to Transenvironmentalism: Practicing Democracy in a Neighbourhood of Istanbul”

2001 MA, Social Anthropology of Development Department of Anthropology and Sociology

School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 2000 BA (ptychion), in Social Anthropology

Department of Social Anthropology

University of the Aegean, Mytilene, Greece.

97 - 98 Erasmus - Socrates, Universita degli Studi, Perugia, Italy.

Subjects covered: Medical Anthropology (Grade: 30/30), History of Popular Traditions (Grade: 30/30)

1993 High School Degree (Apolytirio): "Proto lykeio Mytilinis"

Employment History Positions in academia

Sep 14 - Abdullah Gül University

Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences Assistant Professor

Courses taught:

1. HUM 101 – UNDERSTANDING THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD:

IMAGINING TH FUTURE

2. HUM 102 – SPECIAL ISSUES IN ANTHROPOLOGY OF ECONOMY, TECHNOLOGY & SPACE

Sep 12 – Sep 14 Fatih University

Department of Sociology

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Assistant Professor Courses taught:

1. SOC 101 – INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

2. SOC 108 – INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

3. SOC 345 – ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY

4. SOC 321 – SOCIAL CLASSES AND SOCIAL STRATIFICATION 5. SOC 103 RESEARCH METHODS

6. SOC 214 SOCIOLOGY AND CRIME 7. SOC 311 POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY 8. SOC 476 GENDER AND SOCIETY

Oct 11 – Feb 12 University of the Aegean

Department of Cultural Technology & Communication Invited Lecturer

Courses taught:

1. INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL THEORY I

Oct 09 – Aug 11 University of the Aegean

Department of Cultural Technology & Communication Adjunct Lecturer

Courses taught:

1. INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL THEORY I 2. INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL THEORY II

2009 – 2010 Post-doctoral Fellow University of the Aegean

Department of Social Anthropology & History

Research Title: “Bureaucracy and Environment in Lesbos: An Anthropological Approach of the Conflicts between the Residents, Local Authorities and Central Administration”

Teaching positions in primary and secondary education

Nov 10 – Jun 11 Second Chance School Subject: Social Education Educator

Nov 01 - Jul 02 School of Greek Orthodox Church of St. Constantine &

Helen, Croydon & District.

Teacher of Greek Language

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Research positions

Aug 11 – Feb 12 University of Athens

Education of Roma Children Researcher

Jan 06 – Feb 07 University of the Aegean Department of Sociology

Alcohol Consumption Trends from Students of the University of the Aegean. Potential delinquent behaviour and relevance to leisure activities: Pilot study conducted in university departments of Mytilene

Researcher

Feb 04 – May 06 Technological Education Institute (T.E.I.) of Athens Faculty of Health and Caring Professions

EPEAEK Research Project on Juvenile Delinquency in Greece Researcher

Jul 00 - Aug 00 University of the Aegean

Summer Practical Training on Anthropology of Tourism

Administrative and general employment history

Jun 11 – Oct 11 University of the Aegean

Vocational Seminars on Special Education Academic and Scientific Management Nov 06 – Oct 08

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Feb 09 – Jan 11 University of the Aegean Research Committee

Secretariat of Research Unit

Directorate of Development – Liaison Office Administrator

Aug 05 – Nov 06 General Secretariat for Adult Education (G.S.A.E.) Institute of Continuing Adult Education (I.C.A.E.) Administrative assistant for the Program

“Heron”concerning “Adult Education in Information Technologies”

AUTHORSHIP

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Dissertations

1. Voulvouli, A 2008 Arnavutköy District Initiative. From Environmentalism to Transenvironmentalism: Practicing Democracy in a Neighbourhood of Istanbul. Ph.D dissertation, University of London.

(3 citations) 2. Voulvouli, A 2001 Landscape, Language, Power and Photography: Tourism advertising material in Namibia. MA Thesis, University of London.

3. Voulvouli, A 2000 Coffee, Cigarette, Ironing and Tranquilizers: Women’s use of Psychotropic Drugs. BA Thesis, University of the Aegean.

(1 citation) Publications

BOOKS

1. Voulvouli, A 2009 From Environmentalism to Transenvironmentalism: The Ethnography of an Urban Protest in Modern Istanbul. Oxford: Peter Lang. ISBN:

978-3-03911-947-9.

(2 citations) ARTICLES IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS

1. Voulvouli, A (Accepted for publication – under revision) Place, Space, Environment: The case of the relocation of a power plant in Lesbos (in Greek) AEICHOROS.

2. Voulvouli, A (Forthcoming) From Tarlabaşı to Gezi and beyond: The 2013 event in the conjuncture of Neoliberal times. Urbanities.

3. Voulvouli, A 2013 Environmental Criminality in Greece and Cyprus:

Towards a Critical Green Criminology of the Eastern Mediterranean. Sociology

& Anthropology 1(1):34-39.

4. Voulvouli, A & Sgatzos, A 2013 From Thrace to Yanena: the experience of military service as a rite of passage (in Greek). Ethnologia 15:137-152.

5. Voulvouli, A 2012 The Cultural Construction of Landscape through Photography: Tourism Photography in Namibia. TOURISMOS 7(2):459-479.

(1 citation) 6. Voulvouli, A 2012 Greece, Cyprus, Environmental Crimes and Civil

Society: Towards a Green Critical Criminology of the Eastern Mediterranean (in Greek). Youth, Crime & Society 6: 21-30.

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7. Voulvouli, A 2011 Transenvironmental Protest: The Arnavutköy anti-bridge Campaign in Istanbul. Environmental Politics 20(6):861-878.

(3 citations) 8. Voulvouli, A 2011 Environmental Conflicts in Turkey: State, Civil Society and Public Life (in Greek). Epistimi & Koinonia 27:141-158.

9. Voulvouli, A 2011 Grassroots Mobilisation in Turkey: The Transnational Character of Local Environmental Protests. International Journal of Academic Research 3(1): 881 - 888.

(1 citation) 10. Voulvouli, A 2010 Leftism, Secularism, Transnationalism and Localism:

The Identities of an Urban Protest in Contemporary Istanbul. Ethnologia On- Line (http://www.societyforethnology.gr/site/pdf/TheidentitiesofASG.pdf).

(1 citation) 11. Voulvouli, A 2009 Gender and Mental Health: Women and Psychotropic Drugs Use (in Greek). SKEPSI 2(1):321-347.

CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES

1. Voulvouli, A (forthcoming) The protest against the Third Bosphorus Bridge: A part of town, a part of movement. In: Petropoulou, K. and Vitopoulou, A. (eds.) Urban and Regional Social Movements. E-book.

2. Georgoulas, S and A Voulvouli 2015 White-collar Crime in Greek Academia. In: van Erp, J, Huisman, W and G Vande Walle (eds.) European Handbook on White-collar Crime. London: Routledge.

3. Voulvouli, A 2014 Place as Matter, Matter as Identity: Objectifying Istanbul in the context of an urban struggle. In: ter Keurs, P. and Babilis, T. (eds.) Social Matter(s): Recent Approaches to Materiality. Berlin, LIT Verlag.

4. Voulvouli, A 2014 LGBT Movements, Biopolitics and New Criminology: A preliminary research in countries of the Eastern Mediterranean. In: Fellas, K., Kapsou, M. and Epameinondas, E. (eds.) Sexualities: Views, Studies and

Experiences in Cyprus and Greece. Athens, Colourful Planet (in Greek).

5. Voulvouli, A 2013 Mediterranean Environmentalism: The

‘Transenvironmental’ Character of Environmental Associations in Countries of the Eastern Mediterranean Region. In: Maas, ., Balazs, ., Roffey, R., Burnley, C. and Comardicea, I. (eds.) Global Environmental Change: New Drivers for Resistance, Crime and Terrorism? Berlin, Nomos.

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6. Voulvouli, A 2011 LGBT Movements, Biopolitics and New Criminology: A preliminary research in the Eastern Mediterranean. In: Georgoulas, S. (ed.) The Politics of Criminology. Berlin, LIT Verlag.

ARTICLES IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

1. Georgoulas, S. and A Voulvouli 2014 Within the Walls: Theoretical

Comments on White Collar Crimes in Greek University. Proceedings from the 4th Pan-hellenic Conference of Hellenic Sociological Society “Social Identities and Social Cohesion: Challenges and Prospects”

2. Voulvouli, A 2013 «“İlk ve en önemli çevreci”: Environmentalism and

Secularism in contemporary Istanbul». In: Tsibiridou, F and Palantzas, N (eds.) Myths of the Others in the Balkans: Representations, Social Practices,

Performances (E-book ISBN: 978-960-8096-05-9)

http://www.balkanmyth.com/publications/95-myths-of-the-other-in-the- balkans.html

3. Voulvouli, A 2011 Local Protests in Global Cities: The case of the Arnavutköy District Initiative in Istanbul. Proceedings from the CUA ANNUAL CONFERENCE “Market vs Society? Human principles and economic rationale in changing times”.

http://korinthos.uop.gr/~anthropology/files/Presentations/Aimilia%20Vo ulvouli.pdf.

(1 citation) 4. Voulvouli, A 2009 «Environmental Protests in Turkey: The Transnational Character of Local Social Movements”

Proceedings from the International Conference “Shaping Europe in a

Globalized World: Protest Movements and the Rise of a Global Civil Society”

(pp. 404-409)

http://www.protest-

research.eu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=42&Itemid=5 7.

5. Voulvouli, A 2008 “Environmental Conflicts in Turkey: Between ‘Civil Society’ and the State” (in Greek)

Proceedings of the Conference “Environmental Policy and Management” (pp.

164-185) University of the Aegean – Department of Environmental Studies 20th – 22nd June 2008.

http://www.env.aegean.gr/eeppd/CONF2008/CONFERENCE%202008%20 Praktika.pdf.

6. Voulvouli, A 2004 “Environmentalism as Social Critique: The case of ASG”

Proceedings of the International Conference on Nature, Science and Social Movements (CD – ROM).

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(1 citation) Known citations (self-citations are not included)

1a. Tsavdaroglou, H 2016 Commons and Borders: A dialectical approach of space. Unpublished Ph.D Thesis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

1b. Tsavdaroglou, H 2016 Commons and Borders: A dialectical approach of space. Unpublished Ph.D Thesis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

1c. Tsavdaroglou, H 2016 Commons and Borders: A dialectical approach of space. Unpublished Ph.D Thesis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

2. Knudsen, S 2015 Protests Against Energy Projects in Turkey: Environmental Activism Above Politics? British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

3. Arsel, M. Akbulut, B. & Adaman, F. 2015 Environmentalism of the malcontent: anatomy of an anti-coal power plant struggle in Turkey. The Journal of Peasant Studies DOI: 10.1080/03066150.2014.971766

4. Polymeris, Ch 2014 Gentrifying the “Anadolu”: From the TOKI blocks to the anti-proposal of Sulukule. Unpublished MSc Thesis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

5. Aayush, J et al 2014 Exploring Tangible Interactions for Capturing Self Photographs. Proceedings of the India HCI 2014 Conference on Human Computer Interaction.

6. Uncu, B A 2014 Kentin Demokrasinin Asli Unsurları olarak Toplumsal Harektler: Kuzguncuk ve Arnavutköy Ӧrnekleri. Şehir ve Toplum 1(1): 53 – 67.

7.Purkayastha, P 2014 Indian Modern Dance, Feminism and Transnationalism.

London: Palgrave Macmillan.

8a. Istanbul the most beautiful city: The rebel public space. A spatial analysis of the Gezi protest (May – June 2013). Thessaloniki: Urban Anarchy, 2014.

8b. Istanbul the most beautiful city: The rebel public space. A spatial analysis of the Gezi protest (May – June 2013). Thessaloniki: Urban Anarchy, 2014.

9. Usher, M 2013 Defending and transcending local identity through environmental discourse. Environmental Politics.

10. Erdönmez, C 2013 Abraham Maslow bizi kandırdı mı?. Orman ve Av August 2013.

11. Mavrogenis, S and I Kelman 2013 Perceptions of Greece-Turkey Disaster Diplomacy: Europeanization and the Underdog Culture. Balkanistica

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12. Pegah, K., 2011 Investigating the Use of Interactive Media in

Environmental Activism: The case of Greenpeace Turkey. Unpublished MA thesis, Eastern Mediterranean University

13. Sakellari, M 2008 “Environmental education and sustainable tourism: Erin Brockovich as a case study” Unpublished Ph.D Thesis, University of the Aegean.

14. Ioannidou, A 2005 Gender Identites in the Margin: The case of Kalkantza.

Unpublished Ph.D Thesis, University of the Aegean.

Presentations (P) in Conferences

P.1. White Collar Crime in Greek Academia. Presented at the 12th Annual Historical Materialism Conference. University of London, 4 – 9 November 2015 (with S. Georgoulas)

P. 2. White Collar Crime in Greek Academia. Presented at the 43rd Annual Conference of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control. University of Tartu, 26 - 29 August 2015 (with S. Georgoulas).

P. 3. The prolonged Turkish dissent: The Gezi protests in the conjuncture of movement history in modern Turkey. Presentation at the World Conference of Global Centre for Advanced Studies. University of Athens, 16 – 19 June 2015.

P.4. The Meaning of Gezi Through Images: A semiotic analysis of pictures created and disseminated during the Gezi Park protests in Turkey. Presentation at the Royal Anthropological Institute Conference “Anthropology and

Photography”. British Museum, 29 - 31 May 2014.

P.5. White Collar Crimes in Greek Academia. Presentation at the 4th Pan-hellenic Conference of Hellenic Sociological Society “Social Identities and Social Cohesion: Challenges and Prospects”. Athens, 12 - 14 December 2013 (with S.

Georgoulas)

P.6. Environmental Criminality in Greece and Cyprus: A bottom-up approach.

Paper presented at the «40th Annual Conference of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control entitled ‘Beyond the wire’:

Regulating division, conflict and resistance» University of Nicosia, 5th – 9th September 2012.

P.7. The biography of university graduates Roma individuals: Investigation through biographical interview. Paper presented at the “2nd regular training: Psycho- social intervention in the framework of the project “”Education of Roma

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Children”. Rhodes 09.12.2011 (with Th. Berzamani, P. Lambrou, P. Lili, E.

Filippaki).

P. 8. Gender and Biopolitics: Women and Psychotropic Drug Use. Paper presented at the 18th Pan-hellenic Conference for Ph.D Candidates on Research

Methodology in Social Sciences. University of Crete, 27th – 30th October 2011.

P. 9. Local Protests in Global Cities: The case of the Arnavutköy District Initiative in Istanbul. Paper presented at the CUA ANNUAL CONFERENCE

“Market vs Society? Human principles and economic rationale in changing times”. University of Peloponnese Corinth - Greece, 27 - 29 May 2011.

P. 10. “İlk ve en önemli çevreci”:Environmentalism and Secularism in contemporary Istanbul. Paper presented at the International Conference “Myths of the Others in the Balkans: representation, social practices and performances”.

University of Macedonia 24th – 26th February 2011.

P. 11. Transnationalism in the Local: The Case of Environmental Protests in Turkey.

Paper presented at the 17th Pan-hellenic Conference for Ph.D Candidates on Research Methodology in Social Sciences. University of Crete, 24th – 27th September 2010.

P. 12. The Suppression of Gay Identity: A preliminary research in countries of the Eastern Mediterranean Region. Paper presented at the «38th Annual Conference of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control»,

University of the Aegean, 1st – 5th September 2010.

P. 13. Place, Space and Landscape: The Case of the relocation of a Power Plant in Lesbos, Greece. Paper presented at the 16th Pan-hellenic Conference for Ph.D Candidates on Research Methodology in Social Sciences. University of Crete 30th October – 2nd November 2009.

P. 14. Environmental Protests in Turkey: The Transnational Character of Local Social Movements. Paper presented at the International Conference “Shaping Europe in a Globalized World: Protest Movements and the Rise of a Global Civil Society”. University of Zurich, 23 – 26 June 2009.

P. 15. Looking for Democracy: The case of a conflict in the Bosphorus Shores.

Paper presented at the 15th Pan-hellenic Conference for Ph.D Candidates on Research Methodology in Social Sciences. University of Crete 2nd – 6th October 2008.

P. 16. Researching Prevention of Violence of Minors. Paper presented at the XV World Congress of the International Society of Criminology. Barcelona, 20th – 25th July 2008 (With S. Georgoulas).

P. 17. Environmental Conflicts in Turkey: Between ‘Civil Society’ and the State.

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Paper presented at the Conference “Environmental Policy and Management”.

University of the Aegean – Department of Environmental Studies 20th – 22nd June 2008.

P. 18. Arnavutköy District Initiative: From Environmentalism to

Transenvironmentalism. Paper presented at the 14th Pan-hellenic Conference for Ph.D Candidates on Research Methodology in Social Sciences. University of Crete 23rd – 26th November 2007.

P. 19. Research and Educational Actions regarding the Introduction of Technological Innovation in the Services for the Prevention of Violence to Minors.

Paper presented at the 7th Annual Conference of the Society of Criminology.

University of Bologna 16th – 29th September 2007 (With S. Georgoulas).

P. 20. Alcohol Consumption Trends Among Students in Relation with Leisure, Academic Performance and Potential Criminal Behaviour.

Paper presented at the 6th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology. University of Tübingen, 26th – 29th August 2006 (With S.

Georgoulas, Ef. Papanis, K. Rontos, M. Roumeliotou).

P. 21. Social workers and local prevention of juvenile delinquency.

Paper presented at the 1st conference EPEAK – ARCHIMIDES, Innovative development and technology: Quantitative and Qualitative Approach.

Technological Institute of Athens, 24 – 26 November 2005 (With S. Georgoulas and A. Tsalkanis).

P. 22. Alcohol consumption in Greece and criminality rates: statistical data and empirical research at schools and Greek armed forces. Paper presented at the 5th International Conference of the European Society of Criminology. University of Crakow, 31st August – 3d September 2005 (With S. Georgoulas, Ef. Papanis, I. Rontos, K. Rontos, M. Roumeliotou, P. Tsoukarellis).

P. 23. From ‘NIMBYism’ to ‘Transenvironmentalism’: The struggle against the Third Bosphorus Bridge.

Paper presented at the EASA 8th Bi-annual Conference: Face to face:

Connecting Distance and Proximity, University of Vienna, 8 - 12 September 2004.

P. 24. Environmentalism as Social Critique: The case of ASG

Paper presented at the International Conference on Nature, Science and Social Movements, Department of Sociology, University of the Aegean, 25 -28 June 2004.

Panel organizer (O) and Discussant (D) in Conferences

O.1. Visibility of dissent: meanings and repercussions of urban activism through digital photography and video. Panel organized at the Royal Anthropological

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Institute Conference “Anthropology and Photography”. British Museum 29- 31 May 2014 (with Raul Gerardo Acosta Garcia).

D. 1. Discussant of the presentation of M. Tzanakis «The concept of self in Foucault as analytical tool for understanding the use of psychotropic drugs in post-asylum era.”

Invited Lectures

1. 12/01/2016 Living the “Turkish Dream”: Turkey in the conjecture of neoliberal times. Given at the Winter School organized by NIA, NIT, IMES, VU, KOÇ entitled “Migration in the Margins of Europe: From Istanbul to Athens”.

2. 28/05/2014 The Prolonged Turkish Dissent: The Gezi protests in the conjoncture of movement history in modern Turkey. Given at the Workshop

“Protests and Social Movements in Turkey” at the South East European Studies at Oxford University (St. Anthony’s College).

3. 31/03/2014 Place as Matter, Matter as Identity: A grassroots mobilization in the context of material culture studies. Lecture given at the Abdullah Gül University Seminar Series, Abdullah Gül University.

4. 08/05/2012 Citizens against the Third Bosphorus Bridge: An Urban Protest in a Global City. Lecture given at the Undergraduate course “Methods of Urban Analysis” of the Department of Geography, University of the Aegean.

5. 14/12/2011 Turkey: State, Civil Society and Public Life. Lecture given at the course “Sociology of Organizations: Organization issues and human resources” of the Program of Postgraduate Studies “Research on Local Development and Social Cohesion” of the Department of Sociology, University of the Aegean.

6. 29/11/2011 «Crisis or no crisis the bridge will happen: The protest against the Third Bosphorus Bridge as a protest against capitalism”. Given at the Circle of Research Seminars of Ethnographic Research. Department of Social Anthropology & History, University of the Aegean.

7. 02/06/2011 Place as matter, matter as identity: The struggle against the Third Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul Turkey. Given at the one-day

conference “SOCIAL MATTER(S): Recent approaches to material culture”.

Netherlands Institute of Athens.

8. 29/11/2010 From Environmentalism to Transenvironmentalism: The Ethnography of a Civil Protest at the Bosphorus shores. Given at the

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Contentious Politics Circle Seminars. Department of Politics & History, Panteion University of Social & Political Sciences.

9. 27/10/2010 “NO TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF DEI IN KARAVA: ‘Place’

and ‘Space’, ‘Politics’, ‘Science’ and Environment’. Given at the Circle of Research Seminars of Ethnographic Research. Department of Social Anthropology & History, University of the Aegean.

10. 28/04/2009 “Practicing Democracy in a Neighbourhood of Istanbul: An Anthropological Approach”. Given at the Lecture Series “Our ‘distant’

neighbours: economic, social and cultural approaches”. Department of Balkan, Slavonic and Oriental Studies, University of Macedonia.

11. 08/05/2008 “Qualitative Research in a Foreign Country. Arnavutköy District Initiative: Doing Ethnography in Istanbul”

Lecture given at the course “Qualitative Research” of the Program of

Postgraduate Studies “Applied Research on the Development of Innovative Local and Regional Policies and Social Cohesion” of the Department of Sociology, University of the Aegean.

Languages

Greek (mother tongue), English (fluent), Italian (fluent),Turkish (very good), French (Delf du premier degré)

Computer Skills

ECDL: Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Information and Communication Awards and Scholarships

Feb 09 Greek State Scholarship Foundation

Scholarship awarded for the conduction of post-doctoral research Sep 02 – Apr 05 Greek State Scholarship Foundation

Scholarship awarded for the completion of my Ph.D thesis Mar 02 University College London

Graduate School Research Projects Fund Sep 99 University of the Aegean Award

Sep 97 Greek State Scholarship Foundation

ERASMUS – SOCRATES student exchange scholarship Professional Acknowledgments

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11 – 14 Selected Expert from the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency in the framework of the Community Programme of Culture 12 - 14 Selected Expert from the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency in the framework of the Erasmus Programme.

Membership in Scientific Associations

National Representative for Turkey of the “European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control”

Member of the “Greek Society for Ethnology” (GSE)

Member in scientific boards and Reviewer of academic journals

Membership of the scientific board of the journal Youth, Society & Crime Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal Justice, Power and Resistance Reviewer of Elsevier Journals

Membership in Unions and Administrative Bodies

2015 - Member of the Internationalization Committee Abdullah Gül University

2014 - 2015 Member of Core Curriculum Committee; Humanities courses representative, Abdullah Gül University

2011 – 2012 President of the Executive Board Union of Adjunct Administrative Staff University of the Aegean

2010 – 2011 Member of the Senate of the University of the Aegean Union Representative

2009 – 2011 General Secretary of the Executive Board Union of Adjunct Administrative Staff University of the Aegean

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