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ELIF KALAYCIOGLU University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Phone: 612 961 9042 Email: kalay007@umn.edu

Department of Political Science 1414 Social Sciences Building 267 19th Ave S. Minneapolis, MN, USA Education

Ph.D. Political Science, University of Minnesota (2013- expected August 2019) Dissertation: Fracturing Global Governance: World Heritage and the Construction and Crisis of Universal Value Committee: Raymond D. Duvall (Advisor), Ronald R. Krebs, Cosette Creamer, David Blaney (Macalester College) MSc. European Studies: Ideas and Identities, LSE, 2008-2009 (with distinction) B.A.

Political Science (Honors), Vassar College, 2002-2006 Peer-Reviewed Publications

Tagma, Halit Mustafa, Elif Kalaycioglu, and Emel Akcali. “ ‘Taming’ Arab social movements: Exporting neoliberal governmentality.” Security Dialogue 44.5-6 (2013): 375-392. Working Papers Kalaycioglu, Elif. "Governing Culture ‘Credibly’: The World Heritage Regime and the Contestation of Expertise," in Christian Reus-Smit and Andrew Phillips (eds.). Cultural Diversity and International Orders. Cambridge University Press, 2019, forthcoming. Kalaycioglu, Elif and Raymond Duvall, Invited Outro for a Special Issue on Composing Global Security, European Journal of International Security, January 2019, forthcoming. “Negotiating Expertise at World Heritage: Politics vs. Politicization.” “The City and its Aesthetic Other: Palmyra and Tadmor.” Conference and Workshop Paper Presentations “The City and its Aesthetic Other: Palmyra and Tadmor,” 5th EISA European Workshop in International Studies, Groningen, 6-9 June 2018. “Negotiations of Expertise at World Heritage: Politics vs. Politicization,” to be presented at the 59th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, 4-7 April 2018. “World Heritage in Conflict: Sites and Sources of Value in Global Politics,” presented at the 11th Pan-European Conference on International Relations, Barcelona, 13-16 September 2017.

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ELIF KALAYCIOGLU “Mourning Artifacts: Adjudicating Loss and Value through World Heritage,” presented at the 11th Pan-European Conference on International Relations, Barcelona, 13-16 September 2017. “Human Heritage and the Production of Humanitarian Desire,” presented at the 57th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Atlanta, 16-19 March 2016. “Between Humans and Human Heritage: Western Notions of 'Cosmopolitan' Middle East,” presented at the 55th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Toronto, 26-29 March 2014. Grants, Awards and Fellowships The Robert T. Holt Distinguished Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota, Fall 2018-Spring 2019 Council of Graduate Students (COGS) Travel Grant, University of Minnesota, Summer 2018. N Marbury Efimenco Graduate Fellowship, Department of Political Science, University of Minnesota, Fall 2017. Andrew Dickinson Memorial Fellowship, Department of Political Science, University of Minnesota, Spring 2017. Dissertation Research Grant, Department of Political Science, University of Minnesota, Spring 2017. Pre-Dissertation Research Grant, Department of Political Science, University of Minnesota, Summer 2016. N Marbury Efimenco First Year Fellowship, Department of Political Science, University of Minnesota, Fall 2013-Spring 2014. Leonard Woolf Prize, for the best overall performance in MSc program, LSE, 2009. Chevening Scholarship, British Council, 2008-2009. Ida Frank Guttman Prize, for the best thesis in political science, Vassar College, 2006. Julia Flitner Lamb Prize, for excellence in the study of political science, Vassar College, 2005, 2006. Teaching Instructor, POL 1025: Global Politics, Department of Political Science, University of Minnesota (Spring 2018)

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ELIF KALAYCIOGLU Teaching Assistant, Department of Political Science, University of Minnesota POL 1025: Global Politics (Spring 2016) POL 3835: International Relations (Spring 2015, Fall 2016) POL 3739: Politics of Race, Class, and Ethnicity (Fall 2015) POL 3309: Justice in America (Fall 2015) POL 3451W: Politics and Society in the New Europe (Fall 2014) Non-Academic Employment News Producer, BBC Turkish Service, 2010-2011. Advisor, Migrants and Minorities, Open Society Institute (OSI) London, 2009-2010. Research Assistant, “A Quest for Equality: Minorities in Turkey,” Minority Rights Group (MRG) Report, November 2006- October 2007. Research Assistant, “Supranational Rights Litigation, Implementation and the Domestic Impact of Strasbourg Court Jurisprudence: A Case Study of Turkey,” October 2006-May 2007.

Service Communications Team Member, Contexto Internacional: Journal of Global Connections, Spring 2016-Present. Peer-Reviewer for Contexto Internacional: Journal of Global Connections and for Journal of the Institute of Postcolonial Studies. Co-Organizer, Minnesota International Relations Colloquium (MIRC), Department of Political Science, University of Minnesota, 2014-2015, 2017-2018. Co-Organizer, Mentoring Sub-Committee, Graduate Student Life Committee, 2015-2016, 2016-2017. Member, Teaching Support Sub-Committee, Graduate Student Life Committee, 2016-2017. Affiliations American Political Science Association International Studies Association European International Studies Association Languages Turkish, native speaker

English, fluent 3


ELIF KALAYCIOGLU French, beginner

German, pre-intermediate

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Elif Kalaycioglu cv  
Elif Kalaycioglu cv  
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