Université de Mersin (Turquie)Du 15 septembre 2016 au 15 novembre 0
Chercheur invité à CITERES
Mustafa Şener travaille actuellement sur l’investissement spatial des mouvements de gauche dans les quartiers périphériques de Turquie.
Mustafa Şener received his PhD degree from the Department of Political Science, University of Ankara, with his dissertation titled “Debates on Revolutionary Strategies in Turkish Leftist Movements : 1961-1971”. Completing his PhD studies he returned to University of Mersin, where he was a research assistant since 1998. His revised and developed dissertation was published as a book titled Three Way of Politics in Turkish Left : Yön, MDD (National Democratic Revolution) and TİP (Turkish Labor Party) in 2010. Between 2010-2016 he lectured at the same university as an assistant professor. He taught courses such as Political History, Turkish Politics, Political Thoughts in Turkey, Modern Political Ideologies, Utopia and Politics, both at undergraduate and graduate levels. He is one of the nine colleagues who lost their jobs at the University of Mersin, due to the having signed a collective petition demanding the right to peace. In 2015, he edited Turkish Politics from Ottoman Empire to the Present, together with G. Atılgan, C. Saraçoğlu and A. Uslu.