Neriman Kuyucu

About Neriman Kuyucu

Born and raised in Istanbul, Turkey, Neriman Kuyucu has developed a passion for interdisciplinary approaches to literature. She holds a Ph.D. in contemporary migration literature from University of Missouri where she worked on the notions of Muslimness in contemporary literary imaginations. Her research focuses on transnationalism, diaspora studies, and world literatures. She reads and writes to bridge the gap between theory and popular discourse and to offer insight into the powerful connection between fiction and truth. Currently, she works as a writing instructor in the Department of Academic Writing at Koç University.

A Turkish American Story: Selma Ekrem’s ‘Unveiled’

By |2021-03-19T16:40:30+02:00March 19th, 2021|Categories: All Topics, Expressions, Reviews, Reviews Featured, Reviews Latest|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Since I moved back to Turkey, I’ve been meaning to re-read Turkish American writer Selma Ekrem’s Unveiled: The Autobiography of a Turkish Girl (1930). And I was able to last weekend. Ironically, the first time I read

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