Saygun Gökarıksel
Assistant Professor
Contact Information
(212) 359 70 71
Areas of Interest
Legal, political and historical anthropology, transitional justice, state and class formation, surveillance, secularism, social movements, Eastern Europe and Global South
Ph.D., The City University of New York (2015)
B.A. Boğaziçi University (2001)
Selected Publications

“Neither teleologies nor “feeble cries”: revolutionary politics and neoliberalism in time and space,” Dialectical Anthropology, 2018, 42(1), 81-91

“The ends of revolution: capitalist de-democratization and nationalist populism in the east of Europe,” Dialectical Anthropology, Special Issue: Revolutions!, 2017, 41(3), 207-224

“In the Free Market of Names: Polish Secret Service Archives and Authoritarian Populism,” Anthropology of East Europe Review, Fall 2013, 30-45

“A Minor Story, the Global History: Being ‘Loyal to the Strangers’ of the Polish Communist Secret Service Archives,” Studia Sociologia (special issue on politics of memory), LVI, 2, December 2011, 7-18.   

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