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About Pelin Kadercan

Pelin Kadercan, Ph.D, is a historian born and raised in Istanbul. She earned her Ph.D. in History from the University of Rochester. She is a Visiting Assistant Professor of History at Brown University. Her major areas of interest lie in modern European and Middle Eastern history in a global context focusing on modern Germany and Turkey, Jewish studies and international human rights. pelin_kadercan@brown.edu

Articles by Pelin Kadercan

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Phoebe Braithwaite is openDemocracy’s submissions editor.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

The trauma of the attempted military coup as observed from a college campus in Istanbul

“However over-optimistic it may sound, I focused on a growth mindset and transferred it to focusing on creating a change in our emotional state.”

Coming to terms with increasing authoritarianism in Turkey

President Erdogan is turning Turkey into a harsh autocracy. Do the "five stages of grief" explain Europe's acceptance of this fairly sharp turn?

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