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About Eray Çaylı

Eray Çaylı is an LSE researcher, educator and writer at the interface of architecture/art and anthropology with a 3-year Leverhulme Fellowship on contemporary Turkey beginning in May, 2018. His doctoral thesis examined the relationship between urban/architectural space and discourses of "facing and reckoning with the past" in Turkey. He is a Teaching Fellow in Architectural History & Theory at the Bartlett School of Architecture (University College London), and an Adjunct Professor in the Sociopolitical History of London's Built Environment at the Syracuse University School of Architecture (London programme).

Articles by Eray Çaylı

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Contemporary border architectures where human and nonhuman join

The steel police cordon has most recently been sighted in Slovakia, testifying to the ironically global circulation of enclosure discourses and mechanisms.

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