Silkü, Rezzan Kocaöner
Silkü, Rezzan Kocaöner is an associate professor of English Literature at Ege University, Izmir, Turkey, where she received her doctorate in 1996 for her dissertation on Doris Lessing’s novels. Her teaching and research areas range from Victorian Fiction to Postcolonial Studies, and she has also taught courses on Women Novelists and 17th-& 18th-Century English Poetry. She has written on Doris Lessing, Chinua Achebe, Joseph Conrad, George Eliot, Virginia Woolf, Arundhati Roy, and Flora Nwapa. She is a member of PALA (The Poetics and Linguistics Association), The Kipling Society, ASAT (The American Studies Association of Turkey), EAAS (The European Association of American Studies), The Gaskell Society, and IDEA (The English Language and Research Association).
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Postcoloniality, Knowledge, and Creativity in Buchi Emecheta's Early Autobiographical Fiction: In the Ditch and Second-Class Citizen (17.Nr.)
"Nation and Narration": Cultural Interactions in Orhan Pamuk's My Name is Red (15.Nr.)
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