“Breaking the Stigma? The Antiheroine in Fatih
Akın’s Head-On.” Muslim Women, Transnational
“Cosmopolitan Filmmaking: Fatih Akın’s In July
and Head-On.” Turkish-German Cinema in the
“Traveling Pictures from a Turkish Daughter:
Seyhan Derin’s I’m My Mother’s Daughter.”
“Nuri Bilge Ceylan,” “Zeki Demirkubuz,” “Müjde Ar,” “Can Dündar,” “Süreyya Ayhan,” “Fatih Terim,” “Hikmet Cetin,” “Yildiz Kenter,” “Hamza Yerlikaya,” “Fazil Say.” Biographical Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East. Ed. Michael Fischbach. Farmington Hills, Mich.: Gale Cengage, 2007.
Cosmopolitical Claims: Turkish-German Literatures from Nadolny to Pamuk. By B. Venkat Mani. (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2007) Comparative Literature Studies. 46: 4 (2009): 676–680.
sERVICE TO THE PROFESSION:
Manuscript Reviewer for The German Quarterly and Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies:
“Cross-Se(x)ions: Issues of National, Ethnic, and Sexual Identity in Kutlug Ataman’s Berlin-Film Lola and Bilidikid.” Article suggested for publication in The German Quarterly. Sept. 2005.
“Was soll ich denn hier? – Wo soll ich hin?': The limitation of urban space in recent Turkish-German cinema.” Article suggested for publication in a special issue of Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies entitled "Immigrant/Emigrant Experience and German Culture.” Dec. 2004.