2007 University of Arizona. Ph.D. in Anthropology Minor: Rhetoric Graduate Certificate: Women’s Studies
2011-present Regis University. Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Department of Sociology.
2007-2011 Western Connecticut State University. Assistant Professor of Anthropology,
Department of Social Sciences. Affiliated Faculty: Women’s Studies
2012 State-Society Relations (Special Issue published by Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Damla Isik, Houri Berberian, and Ali Igmen, editors. Duke University Press.
2012 The Specter and Reality of Corruption in State and Civil Society: Privatizing and Auditing Poor Relief in Turkey, Special Issue on State-Society Relations. Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Volume 31, Issue 1, pp. 57-70. Duke University Press.
2011 Neighborly Ties and Sohbet: Global Capitalism and the Work of Weaving in Konya, Turkey, in Textile Economies: Power and Value from the Local to the Transnational, Walter E. Little, and Patricia A. McAnany, editors, Alta Mira Press, pp. 163-181.
February Personal and Global Economies: Male Carpet Manufacturers as
2010 Entrepreneurs in the Weaving Neighborhoods of Konya, Turkey. American
Ethnologist 37(1): 52-67.
2010 Nimble Hands Weaving Culture: Representation and Sale of Turkish Carpets over the Internet, in Women/Advertising/Representation: Extending Beyond Familiar Paradigms, Abel, Sue, Nowak, Anita and De Bruin, Marjan, editors, Creskil, N.J.: Hampton Press, pp. 129-145.
December On Sabır and Agency: The Politics of Pious Practice in Konya’s Weaving
2008 Industry. Special Issue on Engaging Islam. International Feminist Journal of Politics, Volume 10, Issue 4.