Currently, I teach humanities and social science courses at Yorkville University (Toronto, ON, Canada). I'm the founding co-editor of the Journal of Posthumanism. I'm also a research associate at The Center for Critical Research on Religion. Previously, I worked as an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the Turkish National Defense University's Atatürk Institute for Strategic Studies and Istanbul Arel University as well as a research scholar at the University of Florida’s Department of Religion.

I focus on the themes of the political ecology of religion, science, and security from a posthuman perspective.

When I don't read and write; traveling, swimming, cycling,  and watching movies and series make me feel good.


Ecological Citizenship

A posthuman, ecological intervention into citizenship studies.

Robart's Library, Toronto, 2019.


Ph.D. (2015)

İstanbul University

Political Science and International Relations

Ecological Security

Posthuman security studies.

Political Ecology

The study of religion and secularism from a political ecology perspective. 

Posthuman Ontologies

Posthuman turn in social sciences and humanities.

Posthuman Religion

The research on religion, belief, and values in the digital age.

Religion and Nature

The analysis of socio-technical and ecological issues using a framework based on religion and nature literature.

Ph.D. Research (2013)

Leiden University

Turkish Studies

M.A. (2010)

Turkish War Colleges

National and International Security Strategies

B.A. (2008)

Boğaziçi University

Political Science and International Relations

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