MODERN DİLLER BÖLÜMÜ

Oda No : S122

E-posta : dbuket@metu.edu.tr

Tel No  : +90 312 210 3157

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Educational Background

• Visiting Graduate Student Columbia University, English and Comparative Literature Department, City of New York, USA.

• Ph.D. - METU – English Literature 2018

• MA – METU - English Literature 2008

• B.A. - METU – Foreign Language Education 2004

Work Experience

  • 2014- Present - METU Department of Modern Languages  - Instructor
  • 2009-2014 - METU Department of Foreign Language Education -Research Assistant
  • 2008-2009 Ankara University, Faculty of Letters; Department of English Language and Literature - Instructor
  • 2004-2008 - Atılım University, Preparatory School - Instructor

Academic Interest


Publications

International

Journal Papers

A. 1. Doğan, Buket, Shakespeare’s Coriolanus as Epitome of a Dysfunctional Family. International Journal of Arts and Sciences, 2(1): 41-45 (2009) CD-ROM. ISSN: 1943-6114 InternationalJournal.org

 

A.2. Dogan, Buket. “A Review of the book Harold Pinter’s The Dumb Waiter,” by Mary F. Brewer. European Legacy, Jun 2012, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p405-406.

 

Book and Chapter in a Book

 

A.1. Dogan, Buket. Shakespeare’s Hamlet as a Precursor of the Theatre of the Absurd. Köln: Lambert, 2009.

A.2. Dogan, Buket. “Joseph Conrad’s ‘The Lagoon’ in the Light of Homi Bhabha’s the Uncanny”. “Wine in Old and New Bottles’: Critical Paradigms for Joseph Conrad, “Conrad: Eastern and Western Perspectives”, 23, (2013), pp. 219-237.

 

Editing

 

A.1. Editors: Birlik Nurten, Dogan Buket, Celik Seda Cosar. 17th METU British Novelists Conference Proceedings: Hanif Kureishi. Ankara: British Novelists Series, 2010.

 

A.2. Editors: Celik Seda Cosar, Dogan Buket, and et al. 18th METU British Novelists Conference Proceedings: Jane Austen. Ankara: British Novelists Series, 2011.

Conference Talks

Conference Papers
International
A.1. Dogan, Buket. “Shakespeare’s Coriolanus as Epitome of a Dysfunctional Family.” International Journal of Arts & Sciences (IJAS) Conference: 9-13 November, 2009. (organized by) Central Connecticut State University in Gottenheim, Germany.

A.2. Dogan, Buket. “Eugene O’Neill’s Heroes Haunted by Their Tragic Choices in Long Day’s Journey into Night.” First International BAKEA Conference: Hero (ine): 7-8-9 October, 2009. Pamukkale University, Kınıklı Campus, Denizli, Turkey.

A.3. Dogan, Buket. “Shakespeare’s Hamlet as a Precursor of the Theatre of the Absurd.” The Fourth International IDEA Conference: Studies in English: 15-17 April, 2009. Celal Bayar University, Manisa, Turkey.

 

A.4. Dogan, Buket. “A Hegelian Look at Harold Pinter’s Old Times.” The 12th International Conference of ISSEI (International Society for the Study of European Ideas: Thought in Science and Fiction: 2-6 August, 2010. Cankaya University, Ankara, Turkey

 

A.5. Dogan, Buket. “Joseph Conrad’s “The Lagoon”: in the Light of Homi Bhabha’s The Uncanny”. "Conrad's Polish Footprints. Fifth International Joseph Conrad Conference, Lublin",  (2011).

 

National:

A.1. Dogan, Buket. “London Staged as a Postcolonial City in Hanif Kureishi’s London Kills Me.” The 17th METU British Novelists Conference: Hanif Kureishi and His Work. 17-18 December, 2009. METU, Ankara, Turkey.

 

A.2. Dogan Buket, Celik Seda Cosar. “What is Pleasurable in Jane Austen’s Fiction?”  The 18th METU British Novelists Conference: Jane Austen and Her Work. 16-17 December, 2010. METU, Ankara, Turkey.

Awards

2017 METU Performance Award


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