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
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).
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.
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).