DR.ÖĞR.ÜYESİ GÜL KARAGÖZ KIZILCA    
Name : GÜL
Surname : KARAGÖZ KIZILCA
E-Mail : karagoz@media.ankara.edu.tr
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Title : DR.ÖĞR.ÜYESİ
Unit : FACULTY OF COMMUNICATION
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GÜL KARAGÖZ-KIZILCA

Department of Journalism, Ankara University, Ankara.

Email: karagoz@media.ankara.edu.tr

Ankara Üniversitesi

İletişim Fakültesi

06590 Cebeci

Ankara TURKEY


EDUCATION

 

2011                   Ph.D. in Nineteenth Century Ottoman History. State University of New York at Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY, USA

-Dissertation Title: “Voicing the Interests of the Public?”:  Contestation, Negotiation, and the Emergence of Ottoman Language Newspapers during the Financial Crises of the Ottoman Empire, 1862-1875.”  

1999                   M.A., Political Science. Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey

-Thesis: “Yeni Dünya Düzeni ve Türkiye’de İletişim Özgürlüğü: Türk Yazılı Basını Üzerine Bir İnceleme,” (The New Global Order and the Freedom of Communication in Turkey: An Investigation on Turkish Print Media)

                 

1996                   B.A., Communication Studies, Department of Public Relations. Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey

 

PUBLICATIONS

“News Publishing as a Means for Reflecting Public Opinion?: The Idea of News during the Financial Crises.” Anthony Gorman and Didier Monciaud (eds.), Between Politics, Society and Culture: The Press in the Middle East before Independence. 31-57. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018. 

 “Giving an “Active Voice” to Ottoman Urban Workers: Hadika and Forming Public Opinion for Resistance in 1872-73.”  Selim Karahasanoğlu (ed.), History From Below: A Tribute in Memory of Donald Quataert. Istanbul: Bilgi University Press, 2016. 

 
            “Osmanlı/Türk Basın Tarih Yazımı Üzerine Eleştirel Bir Değerlendirme”,  Ankara Üniversitesi İLEF Dergisi, no:3.1, Bahar (2016), 71-90.

 

“Osmanlı imparatorluğu’nda 19.Yüzyıl Siyasal Düşüncesinde Temsil Edilmeyenin Temsili Sorunu: Yeni Osmanlıların Halkı ve Orta ile Alt Sınıfların Temsili”, Duygu Türk ve Zafer Yılmaz (der.), Siyasal’da Bir Ömür: Prof.Dr. Ömür Sezgin’e Armağan. 337-350. Ankara: Mülkiyeliler Birliği, 2014.

 

 “Bu mülke gazeteler fena hizmet etmedi”: Malî Kriz Günlerinde İbret’in Gözünden Babıâli, Osmanlı Halkı ve Avrupa Emperyalizmi” Kebikeç, İnsan Bilimleri İçin Kaynak Araştırmaları Dergisi, no:33, (2012), 339-352.

 

 “Resmi ve Özel İlânların Dağıtımı Sorunu ve Basın İlan Kurumu.”  In Korkmaz Alemdar (ed.), Türkiye’de Kitle İletişimi: Dün, Bugün, Yarın, 457-471. Ankara: Türkiye Gazeteciler Cemiyeti, 2009.

 

“Interpreting Voices of Contestation: Newspapers, Politics, and Economic Interests during the Ottoman Financial Crises” at Between Politics, Social History and Culture: The Press in the Middle East and North Africa before Independence of the Ninth Mediterranean Research Meeting organized by the Mediterranean Programme of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute in Florence, March 2008) in cd format.  

 

“Türkiye’de İnternet Kullanımı ve Gazeteciler: Küreselleşmenin Özgürlükler Üzerindeki Yerel Etkisi,” (Internet Usage among Turkish Journalists: The Impact of Globalization on the Freedom of Communication in Turkey). Iletişim, no:17, Bahar (2003) 

“1942 Yılında Mihver ve Müttefik Devletlerce Düzenlenen Türk Basın Gezileri,” (Travels of Turkish Journalists to Allied and Axis War Fronts in 1942). Kebikeç, İnsan Bilimleri İçin Kaynak Araştırmaları Dergisi, no:14, (2002), Ankara.

 

“Milliyet, Mahmut Soydan ve Devletçilik Tartışmaları,” (Milliyet, Mahmut Soydan and Statism Debates), Selçuk İletişim, c.2, no:4, (2002).

 

REVIEWS

Review of Nalan Turna, “Seyahat, Göç ve Asayiş Belgeleri: Mürûr Tezkereleri”, Osmanlı Araştırmaları The Journal of Ottoman Studies, Sayı: 45, 2015, İSAM, 397-403. 

                                                        

PRESENTATIONS And WORKSHOPS

 

September 2018  “Informative or Appealing: Advertisements and The Ottoman Public’s Adaptation and Domestication of a New Consumer Culture in Ottoman Newspapers, 1840-1876”, Turkologentag 2018, the Third European Convention on Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies, University of Bamberg, 19-21 September, Bamberg, Germany.

 

May 2016       “Nineteenth Century Ottoman Newspapers and Writing Social History: Can Newspapers be Used to better Understand Ottoman Society?”,  Congrès SPHM 2016,  Université Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, 25-26 May 2016, Paris, France.

June 2013     “The Double-Edged Sword: Discovering a New Medium to Challenge and to Reassert the State’s Legitimacy in the Nineteenth Century Ottoman Empire”, CNS- Emerging Technologies Workshop, Center For Nanotechnology in Society, 24-25 June 2013, Santa Barbara, California, USA.

March   2013       “Resistance and Advocacy in Reform: The Young Ottoman Movement and the Use of Transnational Thoughts in the Nineteenth Century Ottoman Empire”, In Search of Better Lives: The Circulation of Ideas for Social Improvement in the 19th and 20th Century Workshop, German Historical Institute, 8-9 March 2013, Washington, Dc, USA.

December 2012 “Cultivating new rights in the search of a better life for the public: the Oppositional Press in the 19thcentury Ottoman Empire.” Strengthening Intangible Infrastructure Conference, St. Virgil, Salzburg, Austria.

April 2011       “Bringing the Public into the Arena of Politics: Ottoman Newspapers and the Quest for Fiscal Responsibility for an Emerging Voice of “the Public” 3rd Annual Workshop, History of ‘Economics as Culture.’ (Histoire Culturelle des Savoirs Économiques), Université de Cergy-Pontoise, Les Chênes II, Salle des Thèses, France.

May  2010          “Real Tax Payers’ vs. ‘Fortune Hunters’: Ottoman Newspapers’     Presentation of Peasants, Artisans, and Galata Bankers during the Nineteenth Century Financial Crises.” 35th Economic & Business Historical Society Conference, Braga, Portugal.

May  2010          “Representation of the Commonly Neglected: The First Ottoman Newspapers’ Presentation of Beggars, Workers and Peasants during the days of the Ottoman Financial Crises.” The 25th Annual Middle East History and Theory Conference, University of Chicago, May 14-15, 2010, Chicago, USA.

February 2010    Discussant for the presentation titled “ Ticaretin Püf Noktaları : Yabancı Tüccar ve Osmanlı Piyasası” given by Murat Baskıcı, Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science, February 23, 2010, Ankara, Turkey.

July 2009          “European bondholders, Ottoman anxiety and financial collapse: Istikbal and its projection of the Ottoman Bankruptcy of 1875.” The 23rd Annual Conference of the International Association for Media and History, Department of History and Welsh History, Aberystwyth University, United Kingdom.

June 2008          “Broadening the Ottoman Public: Newspapers, Economic Interests, and Popular Advocacy during the Ottoman Financial Crises 1872-1876” at XI.  International Congress of Social and Economic History of Turkey, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey.

May 2008          “Osmanlı’da Ekonomik Kriz ve ‘Muhalif Basın’: 1862-1875.” Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey.

March 2008         “Interpreting Voices of Contestation: Newspapers, Politics, and Economic Interests during the Ottoman Financial Crises.” Between Politics, Social History and Culture: The Press in the Middle East and North Africa before Independence of the Ninth Mediterranean Research Meeting, organized by the Mediterranean Programme of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute in Florence, Florence, Italy.

November 2007  “Integrating Public and Empire: Istikbal’s Defense of the Empire’s  Unity and Public Interests during the Ottoman Bankruptcy of 1875.” Tri University History Conference, Waterloo, Canada.

February 2006             “Ottoman Newspapers as a Site of Contested Interests,” Mediating History, Telling Stories Conference, University of Toronto, Canada.

                       

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

2011-Present   Dr, Department of Journalism, University of Ankara, Ankara

 

2007                   Teaching Assistant,  History Department, SUNY Binghamton

 

1998-2003          Teaching Assistant, Department of Journalism, University of Ankara, Ankara

Turkish Press Economy, History of Turkish Journalism, Communication       History

 

COURSES TAUGHT

Turkish Press History (Under graduate)

 

Modernization in Turkey and Media (Under graduate))

History of Communication (Under graduate)           

Media and Society (TED University) (Under graduate)

Democrat Party and Press (Graduate)

Ottoman Press and Modernization (Graduate)

 

EDITORIAL DUTIES

September 2015 Editor of İletişim Araştırmaları Journal special issue titled Demokrat Parti (Turkish Democrat Party), 2014 12(1)

September 2015 Editor of İletişim Araştırmaları Journal special issue titled    Media, Public(s) and Counter-Public(s) 2014 12(2)

2009-2011       Assistant Editor, Ankyra: Ankara University Social Sciences Institutes    Online Journal

 

 

LANGUAGES

 

Fluency in English, Turkish

Reading knowledge in French and Ottoman