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CV - Department of English Language and Literature
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CURRICULUM VITAE
B. Sebnem Toplu
EDUCATION
B.A., Boğaziçi University, 1979, Department of English Linguistics and Literature.
Thesis: “Sir Philip Sidney’s Astrophil and Stella”
M.A., Ege University, 1992, Department of English Language and Literature.
Thesis: “A Structural Analysis of Graham Greene’s Works”
Ph.D., Ege University, 1995, Department of English Language and Literature.
Dissertation: “Cultural Materialism: Text and Context Relation in Jane Austen’s Works”
POSITIONS HELD
Full Professor, Department of English Language and Literature, Ege University, 2012Associate Professor Doctor, Department of English Language and Literature, Ege University, 20062012
Department Head of English Translation and Interpretation, Ege University, 2009-2011
Visiting Professor, Dept. European Language and Culture. Faculty of Literature and Philosophy.
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy 2000- 2001, 2004-2006.
Visiting Professor, University of Bologna, 2000-2001.
Assistant Professor Doctor, Department of English Language and Literature, Ege University, 19962006
Research Assistant, Department of English Language and Literature, Ege University, 1992-1995
PUBLICATIONS
Books
Life & Literature in Eighteenth-Century England. Izmir: Ege UP, 2014, 2015.
Fiction Unbound Bernardine Evaristo. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, August
2011.
Diverse Aspects of Italy and Italians in Contemporary British Literature. Modena: Il Fiorino, October
2001.
Cultural Materialism Text and Context Relation in Jane Austen’s Novels. Modena: Il Fiorino, March
2001.
Edited volumes
A Fluid Sense of Self The Politics of Transnational Identity. Silvia Shultermandle and Sebnem Toplu.
Eds. Contributions to Transnational Feminism Vol.2. Wien: LIT Verlag, 2010.
Redefining Modernism and Postmodernism. Şebnem Toplu and Hubert Zapf. Eds.Newcastle upon
Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010.
Edited Journals
Interactions Ege Journal of British and American Studies. Ege University Press, Izmir, Turkey (since
2002) Indexed by MLA, Gale-Cengage and EBSCO.
Book Chapters
“Self, Community and Nature: Jacob Ross’ Pynter Bender”. The Future of Ecocriticism: New
Horizons. Eds. Serpil Oppermann, Ufuk Özdağ, Nevin Özkan and Scott Slovic. Newcastle
upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011. 288-299
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“Transnational Identity Mappings in Andrea Levy’s Fiction” Growing Up Transnational Identity and
Kinship in a Global Era. Eds. May Friedman and Silvia Shultermandl. Toronto, Buffolo,
London: University of Toronto Press, 2011. 160-178
“Gendered Transnational Spaces: Arab ‘Safari’ Situated in Hanan Al-Shaykh’s Only in London”. A
Fluid Sense of Self The Politics of Transnational Identity. Eds. Silvia Shultermandl and
Sebnem Toplu. Contributions to Transnational Feminism Vol.2. Wien: LIT Verlag, 2010. 159174
“A Quest for a Slice of Life: Muriel Spark’s Curriculum Vitae”. The Language of Autobiography. ed.
Eleonora Chiavetta. Rome: XL edizioni, 2007. 163-184
“Love or Pride by Jane ‘Austin’?: Jane Austen’s Reception in Turkey”, Re-Drawing Austen:
Picturesque Travels in Austenland. Eds. Beatrice Battaglia and Diego Saglia. Napoli: Liguori
Editore, 2004. 377-382
“Jane Austen’s Married Couples: A Cultural Materialistic Perspective”, Jane Austen oggi e ieri. A
Cura di Beatrice Battaglia. Ravenna: Longo Editore, 2002. 163-170
Articles
“‘Suicide Heights’: Council Estates as Sites of Entrapment and Resistance in Hello Mum”. Advances
in Language and Literary Studies. Vol.5.1 (February 2014): 169-174
“Relocating Chinese-Jewish-British Identity in The Autograph Man by Zadie Smith” (Mati Turyel).
Interactions. Vol 22.1-2 (2013):129-145
“The Trajectory of the Hybrid Self”. Interactions. Vol 19.1-2 (2010): 93-109
“Woman’s Third Age: The Seven Sisters by Margaret Drabble”. Brno Studies in English. Vol 35.1.
(2009): 173-184
“Kaleidoscopic Memories: Memories of Rain and The Glassblower’s Breath by Sunetra Gupta”.
Proceedings Eleventh International Cultural Studies Symposium, Memory and Nostalgia. Eds.
Atilla Silku, Murat Erdem, Patrick Folk. Ege University, Izmir, April 2009. 373- 386
“Adoption and Reconstitution of Lives: Jackie Kay’s The Adoption Papers” . Interactions. Vol.17.1
(Spring 2008), Ege University Press, Izmir, 2008. 113-126
“Relocating Chinese-Jewish-British Identity in The Autograph Man by Zadie Smith” (Mati Turyel).
Imperium, Luton, Vol.5, University of Luton, England, 2006. (republished)
“Home(land) or ‘Motherland’: Translational Identities in Andrea Levy’s Fruit of the Lemon”.
Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal. Vol.3, Issue 1, University of Miami, Coral Gables,
Florida, Spring 2005.
http://scholar.library.miami.edu/anthurium/index.html
“ ‘Where are you from, originally?’: Race and Gender in Bernardine Evaristo’s Lara”, InterCulture,
Tallahassee, Florida, Vol.1, Florida State University, Florida, December 2004.
http://www.fsu.edu/%7Eproghum/interculture/Race%20and%20Gender%20in%20Bernardine%20Eva
risto%27s%20Lara.htm
“Intercultural Marriage: Contemporary Expressions of Displacement/Emplacement in British Fiction”,
Imperium, Luton, Vol.4, University of Luton, Luton, 2004.
http://www.imperiumjournal.com/0pages/40004.html
“Fluidity of the City and Solid Individual Dramas: Jon McGregor’s If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable
Things”. Proceedings, Ninth Cultural Studies Symposium, [City In (Culture ] in City), Eds.
Ayse Lahur Kırtunc, Eleftheria Arapoglou, Murat Erdem. Ege University, Izmir, May 2004.
107-119
“Socially Structured Emotions: Infusion of Religion Through Senses”. Porceedings Eighth
International Cultural Studies Symposium Inside Outside In. Izmir, Ege University: May 2123, 2003 (republished)
“Socially Structured Emotions: Infusion of Religion Through Senses in Joyce’s A Portrait”, Inbetween, Vol. 12 [1& 2], New Delhi, University of Delhi, 2003. 73- 82
“Reconstructing the Fractured Self: Sarah Woodhouse’s Meeting Lily”. Interactions. Vol.12, no.12,
Izmir: Ege University, 2003. 103-113
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“Intercultural Marriage: Contemporary Expressions of Displacement/Emplacement in British Fiction”.
Proceedings Seventh Cultural Studies Symposium, Ege University, Izmir, May 2002. Ege
University, Publication of Faculty of Letters, 2003. 193-199 (reprinted)
“Ottoman and British Women: Gender in the Eighteenth Century”. In Dialogue and Difference.
Proceedings Fourth Cultural Studies Seminar, Ege University, Izmir. Eds. Laurence Raw and
Ayşe Lahur Kırtunç. The British Council, 2000. 61-82
“Can One Find a Passage to India?”, Journal of English Literature and British Culture, 8, Ankara:
Hacettepe University, 1999-2000. 186-201,
“Could Modest Jane Have Been Writing as a Rebel?” Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities,
No.1. Ankara: Çankaya University, 2000. 90-98
“English Kings vs. The Ottoman Sultans: Life in the Eighteenth to Nineteenth Century Britain and the
Ottoman Empire” The History of Culture: The Culture of History. Proceedings Second
Cultural Studies Seminar, Ege University, Izmir, Turkey, May 1997. The British Council,
1998. 99-103
“Faultlines in Mansfield Park”. Ege İngiliz ve Amerikan İncelemeleri Dergisi. no. 11. Izmir: Ege
University, 1998. 189-198
“Kültürel Materyalist Bakış Açısıyla Duygu ve Sağduyu”. Ege İngiliz ve Amerikan İncelemeleri
Dergisi. (11. 1998): 185-188
“Pride and Prejudice By A Dissident Lady” Journal of English Literature and British Culture. Ankara:
Hacettepe University, (6.1997): 55-62
Pete Remington. “Text and Textuality: English Literature in Drama”. Proceedings Drama in English
Literature. 18th All-Turkey Eng. Lit. Con. 9-11 April 1997, Bilkent University. Ankara:
Bilkent University, Nov. 1997. 93-103
“Değişen Dil İngilizce”. Ana Dili Dergisi. İzmir: Ankara University, Tömer İzmir, (3. February
1997): 31-35
“A Structural Analysis of Graham Greene’s The Human Factor”. Ege İngiliz ve Amerikan
İncelemeleri Dergisi. İzmir: Ege University, (10.1995): 243-256
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
“White Myth in Reverse: Blonde Roots by Bernardine Evaristo” Collegium for African American
Research (CAAR), Hope University, Liverpool, UK, 24-28 June, 2015.
“Deconstruction of Performative Black Sexuality in Mr. Loverman” Black British Women Writers
Tracing the Tradition and New Directions Brighton University, UK, July 9, 2014.
“Suicide Heights”: Council Estates as Sites of Entrapment and Resistance in Hello Mum” 14th
International Cultural Studies Symposium Confinement, Resistance, Freedom. Izmir: Ege
University May 08-10, 2013.
“Black British Women Writers” Expert Meeting on Black British Women’s Writing. Brussels: Vrije
University, March 20, 2013.
“Revisiting Lara: A Unique revision of Fiction By the Author” The Fifth Contemporary Critical
Perspectives Conference Contemporary Women Novelists. London: Roehampton University,
April 14-15, 2011.
“Intercultural Communication: Discourse in Contemporary British Fiction” (co-convernor of the Panel
with Dr. Chiara Sciarrino : Language and Stereotype in the Representation of Foreigners
within Literatures Written in English) ESSE-10 (European Society for the Studies of English)
Turin, Italy: University of Torino, August 24-28, 2010.
“Self, Community and Nature: Jacob Ross’ Pynter Bender” The Future of Ecocriticism: New
Horizons. Hacettepe- Ankara Universities, November 4-6 2009, Antalya.
“Gendered Transnational Spaces: Only in London by Hanan Al-Shaykh” (co-convernor of the Panel :
Transnational Identity Politics in British Literature. ESSE-9 (European Society for the Studies
of English) Aarhus, Denmark: University of Aarhus, August 22-26, 2008.
“Woman’s Third Age: The Seven Sisters by Margaret Drabble” 8th International Language, Literature
and Stylistics Symposium. Izmir University of Economics, May 14-16 2008.
“Hybridity and Womanhood in Meera Syal’s Life isn’t all ha ha hee hee” 3rd International IDEA
Conference: Studies in English. Ege University April 16-18 2008.
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“Kaleidoscopic Memories: Memories of Rain and The Glassblower’s Breath by Sunetra Gupta”. 11th
International Cultural Studies Symposium Memory and Nostalgia. Culture Symposium Ege
University May 9-11 2007.
“Interrogating and Re-forming the Self: Jackie Kay’s The Adoption Papers”. 2nd International IDEA
Conference: Studies in English. Hacettepe University April 17-19 2007.
“Conception of Identity Through Difference”. The Role of Female Voices in Constructing Fictional
Maps of Multicultural Britain (co-convenor). ESSE-8 (European Society for the Studies of
English) London: University of London: 29 August – 2 September 2006.
“Fluidity of the City and Solid Individual Dramas: Jon McGregor’s If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable
Things”.9th International Cultural Studies Symposium: City [in Culture] in City. Izmir: Ege
University: May 5-7, 2004
“ ‘Where are you from, originally?’: Race and Gender in Bernardine Evaristo’s Lara”. Le donne
intrecciano le culture. Modena ve Reggio Emilia Üniversitesi, Modena/Italya: 4-27 March,
2004.
“Socially Structured Emotions: Infusion of Religion Through Senses”. 8th International Cultural
Studies Symposium: Inside Outside In, Izmir, Ege University: May 21-23, 2003.
Round Table Invited Address. Jane Austen Oggi e Ieri Now and Then. Alma Mater StudiorumUniversità di Bologna Dipartimento di Lingue e lettereture Straniere Moderne Centro
Interdisciplinare di Studi Romantici, 18 October 2002.
“Women Depicting Women: Sarah Woodhouse’s Meeting Lily”. Le Donne intrecciano le culture.
Universita degli studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Modena/Italy: 24 May- 1 June 2002.
“Intercultural Marriage: Contemporary Expressions of Displacement/Emplacement in British Fiction”
7th International Cultural Studies Symposium Selves at Home, Selves in Exile Stories of
Emplacement and Displacement. İzmir, Ege University: May 8-10, 2002.
“Feminine Subjectivities and Patriarchal Constructions in Fanny Burney's Evelina” (Nevin Koyuncu)
Exploring the Romantic-era Novel Conference University of Groningen, Holland: November
17-19, 1999.
“Ottoman and British Women: Gender in the Eighteenth Century” Cultural Studies Seminar Dialogue
and Difference. İzmir: Ege University, 12-14 May 1999.
“Cumhuriyetimizin 75. Kuruluş Yıldönümünde Ülkemizde İngiliz Dili ve Edebiyatı Bölümlerinin
Gelişimi” (Reşit Küçükboyacı) 75. Yılında Cumhuriyet ve Sosyal Bilimler Sempozyumu.
İzmir: Ege University . 19-21 October 1998.
“English Kings vs The Ottoman Sultans: Life in the Eighteenth to Nineteenth Century Britain and
Ottoman Empire”. The History of Culture The Culture of History Seminar. Izmir: Ege
University, 7-9 May 1997.
“Text and Textuality: English Literature in Drama”. (Pete Remington). 18th All-Turkey English
Literature Conference. Drama in English Literature. Ankara: Bilkent University. 9-11 April
1997.
Quoted essays
Gendusa, Ester E.M. “Transnational Axes of Identity Articulation in Bernardine Evaristo’s Lara”. A
Fluid Sense of Self The Politics of Transnational Identity. Eds. Silvia Shultermandl and
Şebnem Toplu. Wien: LIT Verlag, 2010. p.106
Quoted work: “ ‘Where are you from, originally?’: Race and Gender in Bernardine Evaristo’s Lara”,
InterCulture, Tallahassee, Florida, Vol.1, Florida State University, Florida, December 2004.
“Passion Play” by Laurence Raw. Interactions. Vol.17.1 (Spring 2008), Ege University Press, Izmir,
2008 153-155
Quoted work : “Queer Mythologies The Original Stageplays of Pam Gems”. Interactions Ege Journal
of British and American Studies. 16.2 ( Fall 2007): 139-140
“Bittersweet (Be)longing: Filling the Void of History in Andrea Levy’s Fruit of the Lemon” by Elena
Machado Sáez. Published in Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal 4.1 (Spring 2006)
Quoted work: Toplu, Şebnem. “Home(land) or ‘Motherland’: Transnational Identities in Andrea
Levy’s Fruit of the Lemon.” Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal 3.1 (Spring 2005): 21
pars. Accessed 11/6/05.
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The University of Warwick, English and Comparative Literary Studies, EN246 Feminist Perspectives
on Literature, Term Two Bibliography, Contemporary Black and Asian British Writing. Dr.
Gill Frith
Quoted work: Toplu, Şebnem. “Home(land) or ‘Motherland’: Transnational Identities in Andrea
Levy’s Fruit of the Lemon.” Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal 3.1 (Spring 2005)
BOOK REVIEWS
Berkem Gürenci Sağlam. Representations of London in Peter Ackroyd’s Fiction. Interactions Ege
Journal of British and American Studies. 23.1-2 (2014)
Zeynep Zeren Atayurt. Excess and Embodiment in Contemporary Women’s Writing. Interactions Ege
Journal of British and American Studies. 23.1-2 (2014)
“Projections of Paradise Ideal Elsewheres in Postcolonial Migrant Literature” Interactions. 22.1-2
(2013): 153-154
Laurence Raw Exploring Turkish Cultures to be published by EJES 2014
“The Making of London, London in Contemporary Literature by Sebastian Groes” Interactions. 21. 12 (2012): 137-139
“Queer Mythologies The Original Stageplays of Pam Gems by Dimple Godiwala”. Interactions. 16.2
(Fall 2007): 139-140
Cyberculture, Cyborgs and Science Fiction: Consciousness and the Posthuman by William S, Haney
II”. Interactions. 15.1 (Spring 2006): 181-185
“Walter Jost’s Rhetorical Investigations”. Interactions. 14.1 (Spring 2005): 299-301
“John McGregor’s If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things”. Interactions. 12.13 (Fall 2003): 125-129
Theses & Dissertations Supervised
Bayalaş, Kerimoğlu, Fatma. “Neo-Slave Narratives: Fred D’Aguiar’s The Longest Memory and Orhan
Pamuk’s The White Castle”. Sept. 2012.
Kocabıyık, Orkun. “Imperial Adventures: Accounts of Izmir as the Oriental Other in British travel
Writing Tradition”. October, 2011.
Göncüoğlu, Önder. “Spiritual Africa/Materialized England: Reconciliation in Haggard’s Works” .
June, 2011
Çakar, Emre. “Re-reading Sterne: The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman Across
Centuries”. July 2010.
Turyel, Mati. “Wandering Masks: Reconstructing the Jewish Identity in Diasporic
Narratives”. Sept. 2009.
Savioli, Federica. “Negotiating Identities in Contemporary Black British Women's Literature”.
Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia/ Italy, 2005.
Savioli, Enrica. “Real and Imagined Women in Postcolonial Indian Fiction in English”. Università
degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia/ Italy, 2005.
Bellini, Elisa. “Images of the North-South Divide in Twentieth-Century England Through Travel
Writing”. Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia/ Italy, 2005.
Gülşah Yağlıdağ. “The Concept of Otherness: Arundathi Roy, Ruth Prower Jhabvala and Deborah
Moggah in the Postcolonial Context”. Oct. 2003.
Francesca Bulgarelli. “Metaphor, Prejudice and Reality: Alteration in British Writers’ Perspective on
Italy and Italians during the Twentieth Century”. Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio
Emilia/ Italy. July, 2003.
Atalay Gündüz . “The Reflection of Industrial Revolution in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Mary Barton and
Charles Dickens’s Hard Times”. Sept. 2002.
Elisabetta Rupil “Male Characters in Jane Austen’s Novels”. University of Bologna Italy, Nov. 2001.
Invited PhD Lectures
“The Impact of Multiculturalism on British Literature”. Feb. 28, 2006. Alma Mater StudiorumUniversità Degli Studi di Bologna.
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“The Impact of Multiculturalism on British Literature”. April 3, 2006. Università Degli Studi di
Palermo.
Courses taught in Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia /Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio
Emilia Italy (Fall 2000- Fall 2005-6):
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Multiculturalism in Contemporary Britain Through Literature
Aspects of Italian Life: From the Perspectives of the 20th Century British Writers
Multiculturalism: Assimilation/Recognition Dilemma Reflected in Bicultural Writers’ Works
The Short Story
The Impact of Multiculturalism on British Literature I & II
Erasmus Lectures
“18th century Life and Literature” Bologna University, May 13-15, 2013.
“A General Introduction to Multiculturalism in British Literature” Università degli Studi di Modena e
Reggio Emilia, Italy 5 May 2008
“Conceptions of Identity: Variations on ‘I’ ” (doctorate students) Università degli Studi di Modena e
Reggio Emilia, Italy 6 May 2008.
Projects
Erasmus coordination of the departments of Faculty of Letters, Ege University (2002-2010)
Extra-curricular duties
Faculty of Letters, Publications Board Member (since 24 Nov. 2009)
Erasmus Coordination for the Department of English Translation and Interpretation, Ege U (20092011)
Department Head of English translation and Interpretation Ege U (2009-2012)
Socrates/Erasmus Faculty of Letters and Department of English coordinator of Ege Un ( Dept. 20022010 ) (Faculty. 2003-2009)
Reviewer for
Interactions, Ege University.
Senior Associate Editor: IJALEL International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature,
(2012-)
Ankara University, Dil ve Tarih Coğrafya Fakültesi, Journal, (2010-)
İBB Uluslararası Hakemli Akademik Sosyal Bilimler, Journal, (2011-)
Dokuz Eylül University Graduate School Journal, (2011-)
Dokuz Eylül University English Dept. Journal, (2011-)
Dumlupınar University, Graduate School, Journal, (2009-)
Organization of the symposium
Ege University 12th International Cultural Studies Symposium, Redefining Modernism &
Postmodernism. 29 April- 1 May, 2009, Ege University, Izmir.

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