Zeynep Aydogdu

Ph.D. Candidate and Graduate Teaching Associate
Graduate Students

Zeynep Aydogdu is a Ph.D candidate and a teaching associate in the Department of Comparative Studies. Her research and teaching explore multi-ethnic literary and visual texts through postcolonial and transnational feminist lenses, with special focus on representations of and by the twentieth and twenty-first-century Muslim immigrant women in the United States.

Advisors: Nina Berman and Pranav Jani

Committee: Theresa Delgadillo

Research Areas: Postcolonial and Ethnic Literary Studies, Global American Studies, Transnational Studies, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Multiculturalism.

Exam Areas: Critical Cultural Theory; Ethnic, Postcolonial, and Transnational Theory; American Immigrant Literature.

Education
  • BA in American Culture and Literature, Hacettepe University
  • MA in American Studies, University of Wyoming

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