Scholarly Papers Presented
"Localization of Norms of Authority and Gender Politics in TV Format Adaptations." Global Fusion 2018, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. October, 2018. Paper presented.
"Multimodality Through Transnational Lenses in the Age of Digitalization." The 3rd Bremen Conference on Multimodality, Bremen University, Germany. September 2017. Paper presented.
“The Voiceless in The Voice: A Multimodal Critical Discourse Analysis.” The 8th International Conference on Multimodality, University of Cape Town, South Africa. December 2016. Paper presented.
“The Voiceless in The Voice.” Mediasia 2016 The Asian Conference on Media & Mass Communication 2016, Kobe, Japan. October 2016. Paper presented.
"Turkish Television: Rearguard Actions of the Nation State in the Face of Glocal Threats." Flow Conference, University of Texas at Austin, TX, USA. September 2016. Paper presented.
“Length Matters: A Transnational Approach to the Time Economy of Adapted Television Series.” British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies (BAFTSS) Conference, University of Reading, Reading, UK. April 2016. Paper presented.
“A Funnier Monk: Rhetoric of Music in TV Series Adaptations.” Sound and the Screen Symposium, University of West London, London, UK. November 2015. Paper presented.
“Measuring transnationalism: Using Digital Tools for Cross-Cultural TV Format Comparisons.” Annual MLLI Faculty and Student Research Day, UMBC. November 2015. Paper presented.
"Quantitative Analysis of Scoring in TV Series Adaptations: A comparison of Monk and Galip Dervis." Graduate Research Conference, UMBC, Baltimore, MD. March, 2015. Paper presented.
"Glorification of Chastity in a Turkish Adaptation of the US Crime Series Monk." French & Italian Graduate Society Conference, UPenn, Philadelphia, PA. March, 2015. Paper presented.