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Assist.Prof.Dr NİL KORKUT NAYKI
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
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Education

  Bachelor's, Middle East Technical University, English Language Teaching
  Master's, Middle East Technical University, English Literature
  Doctorate, Middle East Technical University, English Literature

Publications (INTERNATIONAL)

Journal Papers

  A.1 Nil Korkut, Book Review: The Postmodern by Simon Malpas. "Language and Literature", 17, (2008).
  A.2 Nil Korkut, Book Review: Basic Elements of Narrative by David Herman. "Language and Literature", 20, (2011).
  A.3 Nil Korkut-Nayki, How to Do Things with Words and Texts: Literature and Rewriting as Performance in Lloyd Jones’ Mister Pip. "English Studies", 93, (2012), p.43-56.
  A.4 Nil Korkut-Naykı, Woman's Writing and the Body in a Turkish Context: Erendiz Atasü's The Other Side of the Mountain. "Middle Eastern Literatures", 17, (2014), p.223-237.

Book and Chapter in a Book

  A.1 Nil Korkut, An Introduction to Postmodern Literature. "The Essentials of Literature in English, post-1914", (2005).
  A.2 Nil Korkut, The Boundaries of Narrative: The Problems, Possibilities, and Politics of Accommodating the Lyric Mode in Narrative Fiction. "Challenging the Boundaries", (2007).
  A.3 Nil Korkut-Nayki, The Supernatural and the Functions of the Gothic in Daphne du Maurier’s "The Birds" and "Don’t Look Now". "The Gothic: Studies in History, Identity and Space", (2012).
  A.4 Korkut-Naykı, Nil, Cornwall, Venice and the Supernatural: Varying Functions of the Gothic in Daphne du Maurier's 'The Birds' and 'Don't Look Now'. "Dark Cartographies: Exploring Gothic Spaces", (2013), p.133-145.
  A.5 Nil Korkut, Kinds of Parody from the Medieval to the Postmodern. "Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang", (2009).

Publications (NATIONAL)

 

Journal Papers

  A.1 Nil Korkut-Nayki, Henry James and his Ghosts: Narrative Ambiguity in "The Real Right Thing" and "The Jolly Corner". "Hacettepe Üniversitesi Edebiyat Fakültesi Dergisi", 29, (2012), s.171-182.
  A.2 Korkut-Naykı, Nil, Edebiyat Çalışmaları ve Psikoloji. "Koridor Kültür Sanat Edebiyat Dergisi", 10, (2016), s.18-25.
  A.3 Korkut-Nayki, Nil, Hopeless Romantics: Reality versus Imagination in Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary and Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim. "MCBÜ Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi", 15, (2017), s.269-288.
  A.4 Korkut-Nayki, Nil, Anticipating the Existentialist Hero in Mikhail Lermontov's A Hero of Our Time and Joseph Conrad's Nostromo. "Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences", 16, (2017), s.183-192.
 

Conference Papers

  A.1 Nil Korkut, Frankenstein’s Monster: Rousseau’s "Natural Man" and Feminist/Androgynous Ideals Rolled into One. "21st All-Turkey English Literature Conference Proceedings: Civilization and British Culture", (2001), s.76-83.
  A.2 Nil Korkut, Communication or Introspection?: Marlow’s Aim(s) as Narrator in "Heart of Darkness" and "Lord Jim". "Joseph Conrad and His Work: The 10th METU British Novelists Seminar Proceedings", (2004), s.128-133.
  A.3 Nil Korkut, Teaching the Fundamentals of Modern Literary Theory through Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland and Mark Twain’s "Extracts from Adam’s Diary". "Researches on Literature and Stylistics:8th International Language, Literature, Stylistics Symposium", (2009), s.421-429.
  A.4 Korkut-Nayki, Nil, Speaking to the Spectre: A Hauntological Approach to Trauma in Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca. "Ege University 16th International Cultural Studies Symposium: Narratives of Trauma", (2017).
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