Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tuğrul İlter
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Selected Publications and Other Media Work
Academic Journal Publication
Tuğrul İlter. 2007. “The Otherness of Cyberspace, Virtual Reality and Hypertext vis-à-vis ‘the Traditional’,” Open House International Vol. 32, No. 1, p. 86-91.
Tuğrul İlter. 2006. “Modernizm, Postmodernizm, Postkolonyalizm: Ben-Öteki İlişkileri ve Etnosantrizm,” Küresel İletişim Dergisi (Global Media Journal Turkish Edition) Cilt 1, Sayı 1, s. 1-14.
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Tuğrul İlter. 2003. “The Framing of September Eleven in the Turkish Media: Moder(n)ating Turkey’s Oriental Identity” Arab Studies Quarterly Vol. 25, No. 1&2 Winter and Spring 2003, special double issue on “Global Relations After 11 September: Myths and Realities” edited by Tareq Y. Ismael and Jacqueline S. Ismael, p. 179-196.
Tuğrul İlter. 2002. “Turkey: Modern or Postmodern? The Genealogy and Ecology of Kemalist Modernization and a “Democracy to Come’,” Culture and Communication/Kültür ve İletişim Vol. 5, No. 2, p. 97-133.
Tuğrul İlter. 1995. “Disciplinary Sociology in the United Methods of Empiricism: Marking the Boundaries to Keep the Poachers Out,” Current Perspectives in Social Theory Vol. 15, p. 1-31.
Tuğrul İlter. 1995. “Reply to Bologh and Mell,” Critical Sociology Vol. 21, No. 1, p. 113-120.
Tuğrul İlter. 1994. “The Unassimilable Otherness of the ‘Post’ of Postmodern and the Radicality of Radical Sociology,” Critical Sociology Vol. 20, No. 2, p. 51-80.
Tuğrul İlter. 2010. "The Otherness of Cyberspace, Virtual Reality, and Hypertext" in Jae-Jin Kim (Ed.) Virtual Reality (Intech Open Access Publisher) pp. 635-646. Available from http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/the-otherness-of-cyberspace-virtual-reality-and-hypertext
Tuğrul İlter, Sevda Alankuş. 2009. “(Üvey)Ana-Yavru Vatan Diyaloğunun Kuzey Kıbrıs’taki Değişen Temsilleri” in Hanife Aliefendioğlu, Nurten Kara (Eds.) Kuzey Kıbrıs’ta Medya ve Temsil (Ankara: Dipnot Yayınları) p. 39-74.
Tuğrul İlter. 2008. “Miscommunication: The Other of Communication or the Otherness of Communication?” in Tuğrul İlter, Nurten Kara, Melek Atabey, Yetin Arslan, Müge Orun (Eds.) Communication in Peace/Conflict in Communication (Famagusta: Eastern Mediterranean University Press) p. 261-269.
Tuğrul İlter. 2003. “Colonizing Cyberspace: Is the Internet/WWW the New Commons Under Threat of Enclosure?” Pete Remington (Ed.) Globalization and Transcultural Issues in the New World Order (İzmir: Ege University) p. 32-44.
Tuğrul İlter. 2000. “Medyada Fırtına Irmağı ve Akkuyu’nun Çerçevelenmesi,” Süleyman İrvan (Ed.) Siyasal İletişim (Ankara: Gazi Üniversitesi İletişim Fakültesi) p. 103-117.
Tuğrul İlter. 1996. “Keşfin Beyaz Mitolojisi: ‘Yeni Dünya’nın Keşfinden ‘Olgular’ın Bulgusu Yoluyla George Bush’un Yeni Dünya Düzen(ler)ine,” Fuat Keyman, Mahmut Mutman, Meyda Yeğenoğlu (Der.) Oryantalizm, Hegemonya ve Kültürel Fark (İstanbul: İletişim Yayınları) s. 235-253.
Tuğrul İlter. 1992. “The White Mythology of Discovery,” L. Barry, J. Gold, M. Laurilla, A. Ramirez, J. Ricapito, J. Torrecilla (Eds.) Rediscovering America 1492-1992: National, Cultural, and Disciplinary Boundaries Re-examined (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University) p. 132-144.
Yetin Arslan. Resignification of “Cyprus” with the Opening of New Lines of Communication at Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies (PhD).
Müge Orun. The Challenges Posed to Critical Pedagogy by the Transformation(s) of the University at Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies (PhD)
Hamed Mousavinasab. Interrelation of New Media and Political Action: A Case Study of Iranian Presidential Election in 2009 and Social Networks Like Facebook and Twitter at Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies (MA)
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Suzannah Mirghani. Piracy as Translation: The Transformation of Commercial Discourse at Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies (PhD, June 2010).
Susannah Mirghani. Shockvertising and the Provocation of the Image at Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies (MA, July 2004).
Yetin Arslan. Reconstruction of the Turkish Cypriot Sense of Self in Selected Newspapers in the TRNC at Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies (MA, August 2002).
Bahar Taşeli. The Perspective of the Turkish Cypriot Print Media vis-à-vis ‘Democracy-to-Come’ at Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies (MA, June 2002).
Leyla Önal Cyberpunk: Present or Future? at Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies (MA, July 26, 2001).
Tuğrul İlter has taught at Middle East Technical University in Ankara, University of Oregon in Eugene, and Wayne State University in Detroit. Since 1999 he has been teaching in the Faculty of Communication and Media Studies at Eastern Mediterranean University, and served as, so far, the only elected Dean from December 2008 to July 2010. His multi-cultural background is reflected in his research interests which include cross-cultural as well as global relations and the communication networks that enable such relations. He contributes to the efforts for a peaceful solution to the “Cyprus problem,” yearning for a democratic and multicultural Cyprus free from custodian dictation of her fate. He is an avid climber and wilderness sports enthusiast, climbing, scuba diving, bicycling, trekking, rafting, paragliding, and skiing (nordic style) whenever he gets the chance. He often becomes suspicious, especially while eating out, that he is the only vegan in North Cyprus.