Yasemen Özfındık

Affiliation: Hacettepe University, Turkey
e-mail: ryasemen at hacettepe.edu.tr

 

Education:
2007- enrolled to the English Language and Literature PhD program, Hacettepe University 
2007, BA in English Language and Literature, Hacettepe University

 

 

Scholarships:
2010 Spring, Hungarian International Reserach Grant, Balassi Institute, Gender Studies Reserach Group, Department of English, Univeristy of Szeged, Hungary
2006 Spring, Erasmus Student, Department of English Philology, Tampere University, Finland

Research Area:
Restoration Drama, Feminist Media Studies, Pornography and Eroticism in English Literature, Postcolonial Female Identity.

Recent Conference Papers:
Desert Flower: The Story of an Identity Struggle (Akşit Göktürk’ü Anma Toplantıs, İstanbul University, 2009)
Male Pregnancy and Shift of Gender Roles in Octavia Butler’s Bloodchild (International Gender Symposium, Haliç University, 2008)
Postcolonial Female Identity and Mother Daughter Bond in Jamica Kincaid’s Annie John (International 2nd IDEA Conference , Hacettepe University, 2007)