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University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies



Dr. Sehlikoglu is a social anthropologist specialising in gender and subjectivity in the Middle East, with a background also in sociology. As a Research Fellow at Pembroke College, she teaches in Social Anthropology, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, and Gender Studies. Her work analyses human subjectivity in relation to seemingly mundane and trivial aspects of everyday life and investigates the creative capacities of human agency. She has published in edited collections and several journals including the Cambridge Journal of Anthropology, the Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies, Feminist Media Studies, and Leisure Studies. She has also edited journal special issues, predominantly on sexuality and intimacy.

Affiliated Lecturer, Division of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge
Abdullah Mubarak Al-Sabah Research Fellow, Pembroke College, Cambridge
Dr Sertaç  Sehlikoglu

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Division of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge
Free School Lane, CB2 3RF, Cambridge, United Kingdom
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