A paper authored by Eren DÜZGÜN, an Assistant Professor of International Relations at the University of Kyrenia, was published in European Journal of International Relations (EJIR), one of the top International Relations journals in the world.
The article, titled ‘The International Relations of “Bourgeois Revolutions”: Disputing the Turkish Revolution’, is a contribution to the growing field of Historical Sociology of International Relations. The paper dealt with two main questions. First, based on archival research, DÜZGÜN provided a novel interpretation of the Turkish Revolution (1923-45). Then, he used this re-interpretation to address the broader question of the historical roots and legacies of the modern international order. In this respect, DÜZGÜN’s paper seeks to shed new light on the core theoretical concerns of International Relations as a discipline, as well as to contribute to the sociology of the Turkish state-formation.
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Eren DÜZGÜN has a doctorate in Political Science from York University, Canada and a Master of Arts degree in International Relations from the University of Nottingham, UK and a Bachelor degree in International Relations from the Middle East Technical University, Ankara. Prior to coming to Kyrenia, DÜZGÜN taught at York University.
EJIR, which is published under the auspices of the European International Studies Association, is a major independent voice in the worldwide scholarly debates about international relations. Papers published in EJIR are cited more frequently than papers published in most other International Relations journal, according to its most recent impact score.