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I'm a Professor of Liberal Arts at Yorkville University, the founding director of The Posthuman Lab, and a founding co-editor of the Journal of Posthumanism


My other affiliations include University of Toronto’s STREET Lab, Ontario Tech University's Digital Life Institute (AI Implications Cluster), and Brock University's Posthumanism Research Institute. Before moving to Canada, I worked as an assistant professor of political science at various institutions in Istanbul, Turkey, as well as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Florida’s Department of Religion.

My research centers around posthuman politics, ethics, and technology, with a particular emphasis on planetary security and sustainability.

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

Robart's Library, Toronto, 2019.



Posthuman citizenship and sustainability

A posthumanist, ecological intervention into citizenship studies and alternative sustainabilities

Posthuman, postsecular security

Posthumanist and postsecular approach to ecological security studies

Ph.D. (2015)

İstanbul University

Political Science and International Relations

Ph.D. Research (2013)

Leiden University

Turkish Studies

Posthumanism, activism, and technology

Activism, social movements, and protests in the posthuman era

Posthuman ethics of AI

Posthumanist ethical turn in technology, computation, and artificial intelligence

Posthuman religion

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

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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