Assistant Professor of History
Seitz House 02
740-427-5762 fax email@example.com
Nurten Kilic-Schubel joined Kenyon College as a visiting professor in 2000 and subsequently became an Assistant Professor in the fall of 2008 . Her area of study focuses on political culture, state formation and Islam in medieval and early modern Central Asia. She has published articles on the history of Central Asia in both English and Turkish in various books and journals, and is co-editor of a forthcoming book on modern Uzbekistan. She is also author of a forthcoming book on the history of Central Asia.
Areas of Expertise
Islamic History, History of Central Eurasia, Ottoman History, Women and Gender in Islamic History
Ph.D., Ankara University, Turkey
M.A., Uludag University, Turkey
B.A., Middle East Technical University
Nurten Kilic-Schubel (co-edited with Ilker Evrim Binbas), Horizons of the World: Festschrift for Isenbike Togan. Istanbul: Ithaki, 2011
"Sari Ismail: The Beloved Disciple of Haci Bektash Veli"(with Vernon Schubel) in Tales of God's Friends: Islamic Hagiographical Texts in Translation, Jack Renard (ed.). University of California Press, 2009.
"Poetry and Political Dissent in Central Asia: A Historical Perspective" in Prospects for Democracy in Central Asia, Birgit N. Schlyter (ed.). Istanbul: Swedish Research Institute, 2006.
"Balancing Yasa and Shariat in the Shibanid-Uzbek Khanate in Central Asia" in Central Asia on Display. Gabriele Rasuly-Paleczek and Julia Katsching (eds.). Vienna: LIT Verlag, 2005.
"Women Poets and Women's Poetry" in Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, vol. V., Suad Joseph (ed.). Leiden: Brill, 2007.
"Women and Gender in Legends and Epics of Central Asia" in Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, v.V, Suad Joseph (ed.). Leiden Brill, 2007.
"Women, Gender and Pre-Modern Education for Women: Central Asia" in Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, vol. IV, Suad Joseph (ed.). Leiden: Brill, 2006.
HIST 166 History of the Islamicate World
HIST 190 The Making of the Contemporary World
HIST 192 Modern Islamic World
HIST 260 Medieval Islamic Empires
HIST 264 History of the Modern Middle East
HIST 258 Ottoman Empire
HIST 261 The Mongol Empire in World History
HIST 365 Middle East through Film & Fiction
HIST 370 Women and Gender in the Middle East