Cenk Özbay

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Title : Faculty Member
Education : MA and PhD Sociology - University of Southern California
Gender Studies Graduate Degree - USC
MA Sociology - Bogazici University
BA Sociology - Bogazici University
Areas of Interest : Sociology of gender and sexualities, globalization and neoliberalism, sociology of work, mobilities and the city, qualitative research methods, contemporary Istanbul and Turkey
Awards :
  • Award in Outstanding Success in Research for Junior Social Scientist - Bogazici University Foundation  2015
  • Scientific Research Support - Bogazici University  2015
  • Scientific Research Support - Bogazici University  2012
  • Dean’s Social Science Dissertation Fellowship - University of Southern California  2009
  • Middle East Research Competition (MERC) Fellowship - Centre des études économiques et sociales (CERES)  2009
  • Fellowship in Social Sciences - Wallis Annenberg Foundation  2008
  • Dean’s Fellowship - University of Southern California  2005
Memberships : European Sociological Association, Pacific Sociological Association, International Sociological Association
Publications :
Özbay, Cenk, Queering sexualities in Turkey: gay men, male prostitutes and the city, London, UK: IB Tauris, May 2017
SU Öncesi Yayınları:

Cenk Ozbay, Queering Sexualities in Turkey: Gay Men, Male Prostitutes and the City, London: I.B. Tauris. 

Maral Erol and Cenk Ozbay, 2017 (Online First), “No Andropause for Gay Men: The Body, Aging and Sexuality in Turkey”, Journal of Gender Studies 

Cenk Ozbay, 2017, “Railways in Europe”, The Sage International Encyclopedia of Travel and Tourism, edited by Linda L. Lowry, pp. 1004-1008, London: Sage. 

Cenk Ozbay, Maral Erol, Aysecan Terzioglu and Z. Umut Turem (edited), 2016, The Making of Neoliberal Turkey, London: Routledge. 

Cenk Ozbay, 2016, "Inarticulate, Self-Vigilant and Egotistical: Masculinity in Turkish Drawn Stories”, The Making of Neoliberal Turkey, pp. 87-110. 

Cenk Ozbay, “Same-Sex Sexualities in Turkey”, 2015, International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), edited by James D. Right, pp. 870-874, Oxford: Elsevier. 

Cenk Ozbay, 2015, “Men Are Less Manly, Women Are More Feminine: Shopping Mall as a Site for Gender Crisis in Istanbul”, Gender and Sexuality in Muslim Cultures, edited by Gul Ozyegin, pp. 73-94, Surrey: Ashgate. 

Cenk Ozbay, 2015, “Straight Rent Boys and Gays Who Sell Sex in Istanbul”, Men Who Sell Sex: Global Perspectives, edited by Richard Parker and Peter Aggleton, pp. 54-67, New York: Routledge. 

Cenk Ozbay, 2015, “Hızlı, Öfkeli, Demokratik: Erkeklik ve Direnisin Yeni Grameri”, Cinselliği ve Rolleri ile ‘Güçlü’ Erkeklik, edited by Efsun Sertoğlu, pp. 27-41, İstanbul: TAPV. 

Ayfer Bartu Candan & Cenk Ozbay (edited), 2014, Yeni Istanbul Çalışmaları: Sınırlar, Mücadeleler, Açılımlar, Istanbul: Metis. 

Maral Erol & Cenk Ozbay, 2013, “I Haven’t Died Yet: Navigating Masculinity, Aging and Andropause in Turkey”, Aging Men: Masculinities and Modern Medicine, edited by Antje Kampf, Barbara Marshall and Alan Petersen, pp. 156-171, New York: Routledge. 

Cenk Ozbay, 2013, “Türkiye’de Hegemonik Erkekliği Aramak”, Doğu Bati 63: 185-204. 

Cenk Ozbay, 2012, “New Economies”, Cultural Sociology of the Middle East, Asia, and Africa, Edited by Andrea L. Stanton et al., pp. 348-350, London: Sage. 

Cenk Ozbay, 2012, “Sexuality”, Cultural Sociology of the Middle East, Asia, and Africa, Edited by Andrea L. Stanton et al., pp. 260-261, London: Sage. 

Cenk Ozbay, 2012, “Rent Boy’ların Queer Öznelliği: Istanbul’da Norm Karşıtı Zaman, Mekan, Cinsellik ve Sınıfsallık”, Cinsellik Muamması: Türkiye’de Queer Kültür ve Muhalefet, edited by Cüneyt Çakırlar and Serkan Delice, pp. 281-300, Istanbul: Metis. 

Cenk Ozbay, Ayşecan Terzioğlu and Yeşim Yasin (edited), 2011, Neoliberalizm ve Mahremiyet: Türkiye’de Beden, Sağlık ve Cinsellik, Istanbul: Metis.

Cenk Ozbay, 2010, “Nocturnal Queers: Rent Boys’ Masculinity in Istanbul”, Sexualities 13(5): 645-663. 

Cenk Ozbay, 2010, “Neoliberalizm ve Erkekliğin Halleri”, Yeni Sol, Yeni Sag, edited by Armağan Öztürk, pp. 101-132, Ankara: Phoenix. 

Cenk Ozbay & İlkay Balic, 2004, “Erkekliğin Ev Halleri”, Toplum ve Bilim 101: 89-103

Cenk Ozbay & Serdar Soydan, 2003, Escinsel Kadınlar: Yirmi Dört Tanıklık, Istanbul: Metis.