Professor Stein Haugom Olsen, Department Chair
Acting Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Letters
Dr.philos. University of Bergen, 1978
Aesthetics and theory of art; history and theory of the humanities; philosophy of literature; British 19th Century intellectual history; British 19th Century literature; Henrik Ibsen.
Office H245
stein.olsen [at]


Dr Ayşe Çelikkol, Assistant Professor
PhD. Rice University, 2006
Nineteenth-century British literature, literature and the history of economic thought, ecocriticism

Office G215b
celikkol [at]



Dr Patrick Hart, Assistant Professor
PhD. University of Strathclyde, 2012
English & Scottish Renaissance Literature, Anglo-Italian literary relations, Petrarchism
Office G214a
patrick.hart [at]



Dr Andrea Selleri, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. University of Warwick, 2014
Nineteenth-century British Literature, history of criticism, philosophy
and literature, history of ideas
Office G212-a
andrea.selleri [at]



Dr Jonathan Coleman Williams, Assistant Professor
PhD. University of Maryland, 2016
Seventeenth- & eighteenth-century British literature, representations of melancholy
Office G213b
jonathanwilliams [at]



Dr Timothy Wright, Assistant Professor
PhD. Duke University, 2012
Contemporary global Anglophone & postcolonial literatures, South African literature, urban studies, critical theory
Office G215a
timothy.wright [at]



Dr Gül Kurtuluş, Lecturer
PhD. Bilkent University, 1997
English Renaissance Literature, early modern diplomacy & epistolary contact, drama, modern British & American short fiction
Office G213a
kurtulus [at]



Can Öztürk, Instructor
M.Sc. Edinburgh University, 2018
Postcolonial theory, world literature and economic & cultural globalisation

Office G212a
can.ozturk [at]



Dr. Maryam Najafibabanazar, Instructor
PhD. Middle East Technical University, Ankara
Modernist fiction and drama, Irish literature,  postcolonial, comparative and world Literature
Office G212b



Elif Yalçın, Administrative Assistant
B.A. Ankara University
Office G216a
caliskan [at]
tel. +90 312 290 1930