This list of publications only includes the relevant works of the Istanbul Bilgi University's ERC research team.
Kaya, Ayhan (2019). “The Inclusion-Moderation Thesis: Turkey's AKP, From Conservative Democracy to Conservatism,” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.661
Kaya, Ayhan, Max-Valentin Robert and Ayşe Tecmen (2019). “Populism in Turkey and France: Nativism, Multiculturalism and Euroscepticism,” Turkish Studies, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14683849.2019.1637260.
Kaya, Ayhan and Ayşe Tecmen (2019). “Europe versus Islam?: Right-wing Populist Discourse and the Construction of a Civilizational Identity,” The Review of Faith & International Affairs, 17:1, 49-64 DOI:10.1080/15570274.2019.1570759
Kaya, Ayhan (2019). “Populism as a neo-liberal form of governmentality: resorting to heritage, culture and past,” Lia Galani, Evangelia Mavrigaki and Kostas Skordulis (eds.), Geographical Literacy and European Heritage: A Challenging Convention in the field of Education. Limassol: Solva-tech: 64-94 available at http://www.solvatech.com.cy/books/ebook_COHERE_ipad_2018.pdf
Kaya, Ayhan (2019). “Küresel Finansal Kriz, Mülteci Krizi ve İslamofobizm Bağlamında Türkiye-AB İlişkileri” (Turkey-EU Relations under the Global Financial Crisis, Refugee Crisis and Islamophobism) in Sinem Akgül Açıkmeşe, Begin Akçay ve Çağrı Erhan (eds.). ATAUM 30. Yıl Armağanı (ATAUM 30th Anniversary)Ankara. http://ataum.ankara.edu.tr/30-yil-armagani/
Tecmen, Ayşe (2019) “The Role of Geography in Turkey’s Nation Brand: Deconstructing Inbetweenness and Hybridity in Brand Turkey,” Lia Galani, Evangelia Mavrigaki and Kostas Skordulis (eds.), Geographical Literacy and European Heritage: A Challenging Convention in the field of Education. Limassol: Solva-tech: 225-248 available at http://www.solvatech.com.cy/books/ebook_COHERE_ipad_2018.pdf