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    Tugrul Keskin

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    Tugrul Keskin

    Professor

    Summary

    Tugrul Keskin is a professor director of the Center for Global Governance at Shanghai University. He is also a scholar of "Shanghai Project of Global Talents in China. Keskin was the graduate director at the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Maltepe University in Turkey. He taught previously at the Department of International and Global Studies and as an affiliated faculty of Black Studies, Sociology and the Center for Turkish Studies at Portland State University. He served as the Middle East Studies Coordinator at PSU for six years. His research and teaching interests include International and Global Studies, Social and Political Theory, African Society and Politics, Sociology of Human Rights, Islamic Movements, and Sociology of Middle East.  Previously, Dr. Keskin taught as an instructor of Sociology and Africana Studies at Virginia Tech University and taught as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology at James Madison and Radford Universities. He received his PhD in Sociology from Virginia Tech, with graduate certificate degrees in Africana Studies, Social and Political Thought, and International Research and Development. He is the founder and moderator of the Sociology of Islam mailing list, and the founder and editor of the Sociology of Islam Journal-BRILL and region editor of Critical Sociology-SAGE (Middle East and North Africa). His current research involves Artificial Intelligence and International Relations, China and the Middle East, and US Foreign Policy and Think-Tanks in the Post-Cold War Era. He is the Editor of Sociology of Islam Journal (Brill), Region Editor of Critical Sociology (Middle East and North Africa),http://chinaandthemiddleeast.blogspot.com.

    Email: tugrulkeskin@t.shu.edu.cn

    Publications

    Recent Books
    1.Rethinking China-Middle East Relations in the Age of Neoliberalism. Brill, 2020 Mojtaba Mahdavi and Tugrul Keskin.
    2.Middle East Studies after September 11 Neo-Orientalism, American Hegemony and Academia. Brill, 2018. https://brill.com/view/title/26757.
    3.U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East: From American Missionaries to the Islamic State. Routledge, 2018. https://www.routledge.com/US-Foreign-Policy-in-the-Middle-East-From-American-Missionaries-to-the/Gresh-Keskin/p/book/9780815347149.

     

     

     

     

     

     

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