SÄ±rrÄ± Hakan KÄ±rÄ±mlÄ±
Department of International Relations
06800 Bilkent, Ankara
+90 312 2901468
Associate Professor Hakan KÄ±rÄ±mlÄ± (Ph.D, University of Wisconsin-Madison) teaches Russian and Soviet history, with particular emphasis on the Black Sea region, the Turkic/Muslim peoples of the Crimea, Volga-Ural region, and the Caucasus, and the History of Russian thought and Intelligentsia. Among many score scholarly articles and books most prominently he is the author of National Movements and National Identity Among the Crimean Tatars (1905-1916)(Leiden, 1996). His articles are published in journals such as Cahier du Monde Russe et Sovietique, Middle Eastern Studies, Insight Turkey, Cahier du Monde Russe, Voprosy Ä°storii ve Central Asian Survey. Dr. Hakan KÄ±rÄ±mlÄ± was a visiting scholar at Harvard University. He was the director of the Center for Russian Studies at Bilkent University and the member of the Turkish Historical Society.
- B.A. Economics, Hacettepe University
- M.A. History of Rev., Hacettepe University
- Ph.D. History, University of Wisconsin