Professor Nevzat Soguk
I received a Ph.D. from Arizona State University in 1995.
I specialize in international relations theory, international organizatins, and comparative politics. Most broadly, my research is guided by an interest in critical international relations theory, especially those aspects centering on the state, the global, and transnational processes of governance, economic, political, and cultural identity constructions and international migration. I currently focus on those processes that produce refugees and migrants as people lacking authorized space and examine how this production becomes instrumental to transformations of the modern state. Human rights, international political economy, and indigenous politics are also strong interests.