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    • A biopolitics of immaterial labor 

      Just, D. (Sage Publications Ltd., 2016)
      This article examines Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri’s and Paolo Virno’s use of Michel Foucault’s notions of ‘biopower’ and ‘biopolitics’ with respect to today’s hegemony of immaterial labor, i.e. work without an end ...
    • The concept of literary genre 

      Olsen, S. H. (sdvig press, 2018)
      Genre theory, as it has developed in the last forty years, hasmade use of what I call a constitutive concept of genre, a concept that hasbuilt into it the assumption that genre plays a central epistemic role in theinterpretation ...
    • Empowerment and resistance strategies of working women in Turkey: the case of 1960–70 graduates of the girls’ institutes 

      Cindoglu, D.; Toktaş, Ş. (Sage Publications Ltd., 2002)
      This article deals with the empowerment and resistance strategies used by working women in Turkey. In order to explore the ways in which gender ideologies are produced and resisted, a very specific group of women were ...
    • Exploring the possibilities for the social and the political in the public-private disctinction in Arendt 

      Yıldırım, Senem (Bilkent University, 2011)
      This dissertation basically asks the question of whether the public- private dichotomy in Arendt‟s theory is an absolute one. This question is a result of the fact that the intricate layers in the distinction between the ...
    • The poetic geography 

      Türkyılmaz, Mürüvvet (Bilkent University, 1999)
      In this study, Dada and Surrealism movements are analysed and compared with each other in accordance with historical, social, economical and political conditions. Especially, the techniques of Automatic Writing and Automatic ...