Assist. Prof. Dr. Özlem Gümüşçubuk
Ege University, Faculty of Letters
Department of American Culture and Literature
Bornova 35100, Izmir
Phone: +90 232 311 19 73
Fax: +90 232 388 11 02
Dokuz Eylul University, Ph-D, American Culture and Literature Department, İzmir., 2008
Dokuz Eylül University, M.A, American Culture and Literature Department, İzmir,2003
Ege University, B.A , American Culture and Literature Department, İzmir,2001.
Thesis and Dissertation:
PhD Thesis "Defining Race: Mixed-Race Relations in the Contemporary Chinese American Novel"
M.A Thesis “Defining the Beats: Jack Kerouac’s On the Road”
Asisst. Prof. Dr. at Ege University, American Culture and Literature Department. 2013 -
Instructor at Ege University, American Culture and Literature Department. 2005-2012
Research Assistant at Dokuz Eylül University, American Culture and Literature Department 2001-2004
"Space as Captivity in Emma Donoghue’s Novel Room" Ege University " 11th International Cultural Studies Symposium. "Memory and Nostalgia" May 6-8, 2015.
"Confronting MEmories in M. Elanie Mar's Paper Daughter" Ege University " 11th International Cultural Studies Symposium. "Memory and Nostalgia" May 9-11, 2007.
"Conflict within a Conflict: Decoding Conflict of White Man and Native-America in Winona LaDuke's Last Standing Woman" Decoding Conflict in Literature. Graduate Student Colloquium. Saint Lois University, Madrid Campus, 2006.
"The Subversion of the term “Enemy” in the USA", 2nd International Students' Conference. Başkent University. 2002
"Land and River Dilemma: A Discussion of Race in Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" TÜRKBİLİM, İzmir, 5 (2011): 67-77.
"The New Extended Families: Adoption in Gish Jen's The Love Wife and Jeffrey Paul Chan's Eat Everything Before YOu Die: A Chinaman in the Counterculture. Interactions, Volume: 20.1-2, 2011: 67-77.