Recent Publications by FLE Members

(ordered alphabetically by last name, bold representing FLE members)


Çiftçi, E. Y., & Daloğlu, A. (2021). Short-term study abroad: Designing an intercultural induction program to prepare prospective language teachers. Intercultural Education32(2), 175-193.

Çiftçi, E. Y., & Karaman, A. C. (2021). Rethinking the value(s) of short-term youth mobility: Neoliberal ideals and counterhegemonic possibilities. In D. Cairns (Ed.), The Palgrave handbook of youth mobility and educational migration (pp. 441-451). Springer.

Çiftçi, E. Y., & Karaman, A. C. (2021). “Successful teaching”: Neoliberal influences and emerging counter-narratives. In A. C. Karaman & S. Edling (Eds.), Professional learning and identities in teaching: International narratives of successful teachers (pp. 172-189). Routledge.  

Karaman, A. C., & Edling, S. (Eds.) (2021). Professional learning and identities in teaching: International narratives of successful teachers (1st ed.). Routledge.

Şallı-Çopur, D. (2021). Item design; methods, techniques, and assessment criteria. In S. Çelik, H. Çelik, and C. Coombe (Eds). Language assessment and test preparation in English as a foreign language (EFL) education. (pp. 61-91). Vizetek.


Cannata, N., Sönmez, M. J.-M., & Gahtan, M. W. (2020). Eurotales: Museum of the Voices of Europe. In Museums of Language and the Display of Intangible Cultural Heritage, edited by Margaret J-M Sönmez, Maia Wellington Gahtan, & Nadia Cannata. London: Routledge.
Çiftçi, E. Y., Karaman, A. C., & Daloğlu, A. (2020). ‘No one is superior to another’: Tracing intercultural development in a year-long study abroad programme. The Language Learning Journal. DOI:
Erdoğan-Öztürk, Y., & Işık-Güler, H. (2020). Discourses of Exclusion and Hate in the Online Space: #ülkemdesuriyeliistemiyorum (#idontwantsyriansinmycountry), Discourse, Context & Media, 36, 1-10. DOI:
Gahtan, M. W., Cannata, N., & Sönmez, M. J.-M. (2020). Introduction. In Museums of Language and the Display of Intangible Cultural Heritage, edited by Margaret J-M Sönmez, Maia Wellington Gahtan, & Nadia Cannata. London: Routledge.
Kızılcık, H. & Şallı-Çopur, D. (2020). Classroom assessment of group discussions in EAP: A model for test design. In Tahnee Bucher and Eddy White (Eds.). Classroom assessment for language teaching: challenges, choices, and consequences. (pp. 60-100) Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Oruç, S. (2020). "Epic and Novelistic Characteristics of the Heroes in THE LORD OF THE RINGS Trilogy" INTERACTIONS. 29. 1-2: 125-136. İzmir: Ege University Press.

Sönmez, M. J.-M., Gahtan, M. W., & Cannata, N. (Eds.). (2020). Museums of Language and the Display of Intangible Cultural Heritage. London: Routledge.

Şallı-Çopur, D. (2020)Cheating death. In Patrick P. Randolph and Joseph I. Ruppert (Eds.), New ways in teaching with creative writing (pp.214-215). Virginia: TESOL Press.


Ataman, E., Çağlar, O., & Kırkıcı, B. (2019). The generalization of inflectional and derivational patterns to novel stems by L1 Turkish learners of L2 English. Dilbilim Araştırmaları Dergisi, 30(1), 103-121. DOI: 10.18492/dad.451095
Can Daşkın, N., & Hatipoğlu, Ç. (2019). Reference to a past learning event emerging as a practice of informal formative assessment in L2 classroom interaction. Language Testing, 36(4), 524-551, DOI: 10.1177/0265532219857066.
Can Daşkın, N., & Hatipoğlu, Ç(2019). A proverb learned is a proverb earned: Proverb instruction in EFL classrooms. Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 5(1), 57–88.
Can Daşkın, N., & Hatipoğlu, Ç(2019). Reference to a past learning event in teacher turns in an L2 instructional setting. Journal of Pragmatics, 142, 16-30.
Çiftçi, E. Y., & Gürbüz, N. (2019). Intercultural sensitivity orientations prior to short-term study abroad: A qualitative study on prospective English language teachers. The Qualitative Report, 24(6), 1319-1337.
Çiftçi, E. Y., & Karaman, A. C. (2019). Short-term international experiences in language teacher education: A qualitative meta-synthesis. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 44(1), 93-119.
Dağdeviren-Kırmızı, G. & Kırkıcı, B. (2019). Locative verbs in Turkish: A psycholinguistic analysis. Turkic Languages, 23, 108-121.
Gračanin-Yuksek, M., Lago, S., Şafak, D. F., Demir, O., & Kırkıcı, B. (2019). The interpretation of syntactically unconstrained anaphors in Turkish heritage speakers. Second Language Research
Işık-Taş, E. E., & Sağın-Şimşek, Ç. (2019). A corpus-based study of evidentials in the Turkish Cypriot dialect. Lingua.
Karaman, A. C., & Çiftçi, E. Y. (2019). Identidade do professor e problemas políticos atuais da formação docente na Turquia [Teacher identity and current teacher education policy issues in Turkey]. In J. E. Diniz-Pereira & K. M. Zeichner (Eds.) Formação de professores S/A: Tentativas de privatização da preparação de docentes da educação básica no mundo [Teacher training Inc.: Attempts to privatize teacher education in the world] (pp. 67-79). Belo Horizonte, Brasil: Autêntica Editora.
Karaman, A. C., Gezgin, A. Ö., Söylemez, A. R., Eröz, B., & Akcan, S. (2019). Professional learning in the ELT practicum: Co-constructing visions. Abant İzzet Baysal Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi19(1), 282-293.
Nazli, E. (2019). History as fiction: D. M. Thomas's The White Hotel as an example of historiographic metafiction. Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences, 18(1), 13-28.
Nazlı, Ş. B., Koçak, O. M., Kırkıcı, B., Sevindik, M. & Kokurcan, A. (in press). An fMRi analysis of the processing of nouns and verbs by individuals with schizophrenia. Archives of Neuropsychiatry.
Oruç, S. (2019). Seclusion as a Heterotopia: An Analysis of "The Yellow Wallpaper" and "To Room Nineteen". Karabuk University Journal of Institute of Social Sciences, 9(2), 657-666. DOI: 10.14230/joiss728
Öztabak-Avcı, E. (2019). Entanglement of the Domestic and the Global: Globalization from Below in Desai's The Inheritance of Loss. In Mapping Cultural Identities and Intersections: Imagological Readings (pp. 8-28). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Sağın-Şimşek, Ç., & Antonova Ünlü, E. (2019). Aspects of Turkish Bilingualism: Editorial Note. International Journal of Bilingualism, 23(4), 789–792. DOI: 10.1177/1367006917701620
Sağın-Şimşek, Ç. & Antonova Ünlü, E. (2019). A hearer-based analysis of Turkish–Azerbaijani receptive multilingual communication. International Journal of Bilingualism, 23(4), 843–855. DOI: 10.1177/1367006917703457
Şallı-Çopur, D. (2019). Does a law of economics apply to students and teachers? TESOL TR Professional ELT Magazine Online, 4, 6-7.
Şallı-Çopur, D. & Kızılcık, H. (2019). Tacit collusion: A student Strategy? TESOL TR Professional ELT Magazine Online, 3, 47-49.
Tarhan, H., Karaman, A. C., Kemppinen, L., & Aerila, J. (2019). Understanding teacher evaluation in Finland: A professional development framework. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 44(4), 33-50.
Tezgiden-Cakcak, Y. (2019). Moving beyond technicism in English-language teacher education: A case study from Turkey. London: Lexington Books.
Tomak, B., & Karaman, A. C. (2019). Cultures in the foreign language curriculum: Instructors' views at a state university. Inonu University Journal of the Faculty of Education, 20(1), 136-151.


Akbaş, E., & Hatipoğlu, Ç. (2018). Special issue editorial: Metadiscourse variations across academic genres: Rhetorical preferences in textual and interpersonal markers. Educational Sciences: Theory and Practice, 8(4), 767-775. DOI: 10.12738/estp.2018.4.0001
Ataş, U. (2018). The role of receptive vocabulary knowledge in advanced EFL listening comprehension. TESL-EJ, 21(4).
Antonova-Ünlü, E., & Sağın-Şimşek, Ç. (2018) Testing the impact of formal interpreting training on working memory capacity: Evidence from Turkish-English students-interpreters. Lingua 209, 78-88. doi 10.1016/j.lingua.2018.04.003
Çiftçi, E. Y., & Karaman, A. C. (2018). 'I do not have to love them, I'm just interested in their language': Preparation for a study abroad period and the negotiation(s) of intercultural competence. Language and Intercultural Communication, 18(6), 595-612.
Çiftçi, E. Y., & Savaş, P. (2018). The role of telecollaboration in language and intercultural learning: A synthesis of studies published between 2010 and 2015. ReCALL30(3), 278-298.
Hatipoğlu, Ç., & Algi, S. (2018). Catch a tiger by the toe: Modal hedges in EFL argumentative paragraphs. Educational Sciences: Theory and Practice, 18(4), 957-982. DOI: 10.12738/estp.2018.4.0373
Jacob, G., Şafak, D.F., Demir, O., & Kırkıcı, B. (2018). Preserved morphological processing in heritage speakers: A masked priming study on Turkish. Second Language Research. doi 10.1177/0267658318764535
Lago, S., Gracanin-Yüksek, M., Şafak, D.F., Demir, O., Kırkıcı, B., & Felser, C. (2018). Straight from the horse's mouth: agreement attraction effects with Turkish possessors. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism. doi 10.1075/lab.17019.lag
Nazli, E., & Öztabak-Avcı, E. (2018). A rhetorical narratological approach to the treatment of crime and criminals in Great Expectations. DTCF Dergisi, 58(1), 571-594.
Oruç, S. (2018). City of Mazes: Urban Space in Perdido Street Station. In S. Elyıldırım (Ed.), Representations of Space in Literature 26-36. Ankara: Bilgin Kültür Sanat Yayınları.
Öztabak-Avcı, E. (2018). "Shifting 'Limits of Tolerance and Belonging' in Andrea Levy's Fiction: An Encounter with the Refugee in 'Loose Change'". Manisa Celal Bayar Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi (16)4, 349-366.
Sağın-Şimşek, Ç., & Akkuş, M. (2018). Türkçe-Azerice Algısal Çok Dilli İletişimde Konuşma Onarım Yöntemleri. In: Yeşim Aksan & Mustafa Aksan (Eds.), Türkçede Yapı ve İşlev (pp. 221-238). Ankara: BilgeSu.
Şallı-Çopur, D. (2018). Are we running a circus? TESOL TR Professional ELT Magazine Online, 2, 16-17.
Yıldız, H. (2018). Freedom in Confinement: Women's Prison Narratives and the Politics of Possibility. Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction. DOI:10.1080/00111619.2018.1511517.
Yıldız, H. (2018). Representation of Traumatic Memory in The White HotelTrakya Üniversitesi Edebiyat Fakültesi Dergisi, 8(16), 125-136.
Tezgiden-Cakcak, Y. (2018). A liberatory pedagogy for non-native teachers of English. Ankara University Journal of Faculty of Educational Sciences, 51(3), 193-211.


Akkuş, M. (2017). A note on language contact: Laz language in Turkey. International Journal of Bilingualism. doi. 10.1177/1367006917703458
Aytaç, K. & Hatipoğlu, Ç. (2017). Representation of men and women in Turkish: Evidence from Turkish National Corpus. In LILA'17 / IV. International Linguistics and Language Studies Conference Proceedings (pp. 72-84). Istanbul: Özgür Öztürk DAKAM Yayinlari.
Bal-Gezegin, B. & Işık Güler, H. (2017) Appraisal Resources in Book Reviews. In: Hatipoğlu, Ç., Akbaş, E. & Y. Bayyurt (Eds.) Metadiscourse in Written genres: Undercovering Textual and Interactional Aspects of Texts (pp. 175-200). Frankfurt: Peter Lang. (ISBN: 9783631720608)
Efeoğlu, E. & Işık-Güler, H. (2017). Siyasal Bir Varlık Olarak Türkiye: Türk, İngiliz ve Amerikan Siyasi Gazete Haberleri Söylemlerindeki Vücut Metaforlarına Karşılaştırmalı Bir Bakış. Dilbilim Araştırmaları, 28(1), 57-77.
Gümüşok, F. (2017). An investigation of post-teaching conferences: Politeness in receiving criticism. ELT Research Journal, 6(1), 116-137.
Gračanin-Yuksek, M., Lago, S., Şafak, D.F., Demir, O. & Kırkıcı, B. (2017). The Interaction of Contextual and Syntactic Information in the Processing of Turkish Anaphors. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 46(6), 1397-1425. doi:10.1007/s10936-017-9502-2
Hatipoğlu, Ç. & Algi, S. (2017). Contextual and pragmatic functions of modal epistemic hedges in argumentative paragraphs in Turkish. In Çiler Hatipoğlu, Erdem Akbaş & Yasemin Bayyurt (Eds.), Metadiscourse across Genres: Uncovering Textual and Interactional Aspects of Texts (pp. 85-108)Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
Hatipoğlu, Ç., Akbaş, Erdem & Bayyurt, Yasemin (Eds.) (2017). Metadiscourse across Genres: Uncovering Textual and Interactional Aspects of Texts. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
Hatipoğlu, Ç. (2017). Linguistics courses in pre-service foreign language teacher training programs and knowledge about language. ELT Research Journal, 6 (1), 45-68.
Hatipoğlu, Ç. (2017). Special issue Editorial: New Trends in Foreign Language Teaching Research in Turkey. ELT Research Journal, 6 (1), 1-3.
Hatipoğlu, Ç. (2017). Assessing speaking skills. In Ekrem Solak (Ed.), Assessment in language teaching (pp. 118-148). Ankara: Pelikan.
Hatipoğlu, Ç. (2017). Status and apologising in L2: A problem? In S. Nalan Büyükkantarcıoğlu, Işıl Özyıldırım and Emine Yarar (Eds.), 45. Yıl Yazıları (pp. 195-213). Ankara: Hacettepe University Publications.
Hatipoğlu, Ç. (2017). History of Language Teacher Training and English Language Testing and Evaluation (ELTE) Education in Turkey. In Yasemin Bayyurt and Nicos Sifakis (Eds.), English Language Education Policies and Practices in the Mediterranean Countries and Beyond (pp. 227-257)Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
Karakaya, N. & Hatipoğlu, Ç. (2017). Attitudes of EFL teachers in Turkey context towards teaching English varieties in their lessons. Journal of Educational and Instructional Studies in the World, 7 (3), 41-48.
Karakuş, E. (2017). The Preferences of Turkish EFL Learners in Using Phrasal Verbs or Synonymous One-word Verbs. International Journal of Language Academy, 5(5), 216-225.
Karakuş, E., & Ünlüer, Z. (2017). Collaboration Among English Language Learners on a Smart Phone Based Instant Messaging Platform: Case Study. International Journal of Language Academy, 5(5), 194-207. doi:
Koçak, O., Kırkıcı, B., Dağlı, M., Kafadar, T., Yılmaz Özpolat, A. (2017). Can compulsions be associated with problems in forming an internal model of the completed state of an action? Turkish Journal of Clinics and Laboratory, 8(2), 35-42.
Korkut-Naykı, N. (2017). Hopeless Romantics: Reality versus Imagination in Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovary and Joseph Conrad’s Lord JimManisa Celal Bayar Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi, 15(1), 269-288.
Korkut-Naykı, N. (2017). Anticipating the Existentialist Hero in Mikhail Lermontov’s A Hero of Our Time and Joseph Conrad’s NostromoGaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences, 16(1), 183-192.
Mızıkacı, F., Senese, G., Tezgiden Cakcak, Y. & Gorman, S. (Eds.) (2017). A Language of Freedom and Teacher's Authority Case Comparisons from Turkey and the United States. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.
Oruç, S. (2017). Representation of Diasporic Identities in Hanif Kureishi’s Borderline. In A.D. Bozer (Ed.), Representations of Diasporic Identities in Britain 1-14. Ankara: Hacettepe Üniversitesi Yayınları.
Oruç, S. (2017). Deconstruction of the Personal Identity and English National Identity in England, England and The Remains of the Day. Interactions 27.1-2: 113-128. İzmir: Ege University Press.
Öztabak-Avcı, E. (2017)Sentimental Discipline: A Narratological Analysis of Susan Warner's The Wide, Wide World. DTCF Dergisi, 57(2), 822-837. DOI: 10.1501/Dtcfder_0000001540
Öztabak-Avcı, E. (2017). Playing Bad for White Ears': A Study of the Narratee in Andrea Levy's The Long Song. Journal of Narrative Theory, 47(1), 118-143.
Öztabak-Avcı, E. (2017) 'Surprised and Dazzled with the Beauty of the Sultan's Capital': Depoliticization and Dehistoricization of Culture in Demetra Vaka-Brown's Haremlik: Some Pages from the Life of Turkish Women. Kare Dergi: Karşılaştırmalı Edebiyat Dergisi 2.1: 18-28.
Rakıcıoğlu-Söylemez, A., Ölçü-Dinçer, Z., Balıkçı, G., Taner, G., & Akayoğlu, S. (2017). Professional Learning with and from Peers: Pre-Service EFL Teachers' Reflections on Collaborative Lesson-Planning. Abant İzzet Baysal Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi, DOI:10.17240/aibuefd.2018..-363887
Sağın-Şimşek, Ç.Antonova Ünlü, E., & Akkuş, M(2017). Türkçe-Kazakça Algısal Çok Dillilik. In N. Büyükkantarcıoğlu, I. Özyıldırım & E. Yarar (Eds.), 45. Yıl Yazıları. (ISBN: 9789754914559)
Sağın-Şimşek, Ç. & Antonova-Ünlü, E. (2017). Subject realization in bilingual Turkish: A comparative study of German-Turkish and Russian-Turkish bilingual children. Journal of Child Language Development and Acquisition 5, 4, 193-207.
Sağın-Şimşek, Ç. & Antonova Ünlü, E. (2017). Sözlü çeviri eğitiminin işler bellek kapasitesi üzerindeki etkisi. İçinde: N. Kansu Yetkiner ve M. Şahin. Dilbilim Çeviribilim Yazıları. Ankara: ANI Yayıncılık, 180-192.
Sağın-Şimşek, Ç. & Antonova-Ünlü, E. (online) A hearer-based analysis of Turkish-Azerbaijani Receptive Multilingual Communication. International Journal of Bilingualism. 
Şallı-Çopur, D. (2017). The New Year Class. In  Jean L. Arnold and Emily Herrick (Eds.), New Ways in Teaching With Music (pp.186-187). Virginia: TESOL Press.
Tezgiden Cakcak, Y. (2017). Ideological Proletarianization of Teacher Educators in Turkey. In F. Mızıkacı, G. Senese, Y. Tezgiden Cakcak, S. Gorman (Eds.), A Language of Freedom and Teacher's Authority Case Comparisons from Turkey and the United States (pp. 83-95). Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.
Uluçay, Ç. & Hatipoğlu, Ç. (2017). Cause markers in Turkish cause paragraphs. In Çiler Hatipoğlu, Erdem Akbaş & Yasemin Bayyurt (Eds.), Metadiscourse across Genres: Uncovering Textual and Interactional Aspects of Texts (pp. 223-249). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
Vittoria, P. (2017). Freire: Diyaloğun Pedagojisine Giden Yol. (Y. Tezgiden Cakcak & E. Cakcak, Trans.) İstanbul: Kalkedon Yayınları.
Yıldız, H. (2017). The Autobiography of My Mother: Narrative as an Access to Post/Colonial Trauma. DTCF Dergisi,  57(1), 605-621.


Akcan, S., Aydin, B., Karaman, A. C.Seferoğlu, G., Korkmazgil, S., Özbilgin, A., & Selvi, A. F. (2016). Qualities and Qualifications of EFL Professionals: What Do Intensive English Program Administrators Think?. TESOL Journal. doi. 10.1002/tesj.293
Arsenijević, B., & Gračanin-Yuksek, M. (2016). Agreement and the structure of relative clauses. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics1(1).
Balikçi, G., & Daloglu, A. (2016). Critical Reading Discourse of Pre-Service English Teachers in Turkey. TESL-EJ20(1).
Basaran, B. C., & Savas, P. (2016). Pre-Service EFL Teachers’ Perceptions of Webinars as Presentation Tools for Instructional Purposes. InGlobal Learn (Vol. 2016, No. 1, pp. 430-439).
Citko, B., & Gračanin-Yuksek, M. (2016). Multiple (coordinated)(free) relatives. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory34(2), 393-427.
Çiftçi, E. Y. (2016). A review of research on intercultural learning through computer-based digital technologies. Educational Technology & Society19(2), 313-327.
Eröz-Tuğa, B. (Ed.). (2015). Theoretical considerations in language education: Implications for English Language Teaching. Ankara: Nüans Yayıncılık.
Eröz-Tuğa, B. (2015). Symbolic interactionism and language teaching. In B. Eröz-Tuğa (Ed.),Theoretical considerations in language education: Implications for English Language Teaching (pp. 123-135). Ankara: Nüans Yayıncılık.
Gračanin-Yuksek, M. (2016). Size Matters: The Syntax of Disjunctive Questions. Linguistic Inquiry.
Gračanin-Yüksek, M. (2016). Türkçede Seçenekli Sorular. Dilbilim Araştırmaları Dergisi, (1).
Gračanin-Yuksek, M., & Kırkıcı, B. (2016). Syntax/semantics/pragmatics of yes/no questions in second language Turkish. Second Language Acquisition of Turkish59, 165.
Gunduz, M. (2016). Promoting interaction through blogging in language classrooms. International Journal of Research in Education and Science (IJRES), 2(2), 438-443.
Hatipoğlu, Ç. (2016). Explicit apologies in L2 Turkish. Second Language Acquisition of Turkish59, 221.
Hatipoğlu, Ç. (2016). The impact of the University Entrance Exam on EFL education in Turkey: Pre-service English language teachers' perspective. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 232, 136-144.
Hatipoğlu, Ç. (2016). Explicit Apologies in L2 Turkish. In Ayşe Gürel (Ed.), L2 Acquisition of Turkish (pp. 221-248)Amsterdam & New York: John Benjamins.
Hatipoğlu, Ç. & Erçetin, G(2016). Türkiye’de yabancı dilde ölçme ve değerlendirme eğitiminin dünü ve bugünü (The past and present of Foreign Language Testing and Evaluation Education in Turkey). In Sumru Akcan & Yasemin Bayyurt (Eds), 3. Ulusal Yabancı Dil Eğitimi Kurultayı Bildiri Kitabı (pp. 72-89). Istanbul: Boğaziçi Üniversitesi Press.
Jacob, G., & Kırkıcı, B. (2016). The processing of morphologically complex words in a specific speaker group. The Mental Lexicon11(2), 308-328.
Korkut-Naykı, N. (2016). Edebiyat Çalışmaları ve Psikoloji. Koridor, 23, 18-25.
Öztabak-Avcı, E. (2016) “B/Orders of the Eye: Colonial Voyeurism and Fetishism in Caryl Phillips’s Cambridge.” B/Orders Unbound: Marginality, Ethnicity and Identity in Literatures. Eds. Okuroglu Uzun and M. Kirca. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 49-66.
Öztürk, G., & Gürbüz, N. (2016). The impact of early language learning experiences on EFL teachers’ language teaching beliefs and practices. ELT Research Journal5(2).
Sağın Şimşek, Ç. (2016).  Acquisition of canonical and non-canonical word orders in L1 Turkish. In B. Haznedar, and F. N. Ketrez (eds.) The Acquisition of Turkish in Childhood. John Benjamins.
Sağın Şimşek, Ç. (2016).  Diller arası etkileşim sonucunda Türkçe-Almanca iki dillilerin devrik tümce kullanımı. In N. Büyükkantarcıoğlu, I. Özyıldırım & E. Yarar (Eds.) Prof. Dr. Ahmet Kocama’a Armağan: Dilbilime Adanmış Bir Yaşam. 359-370.
Sönmez, M. J. (2016). Death in Other Words: Dickens's Novels and the Euphemism Boom. In Kennedy, V.  and Kitsi-Mitakou, K. (Eds), Liminal Dickens: Rites of Passage in His Work (pp. 51-64)Newcastle Upone Tyne: Cambridge Scholars.
Şallı-Çopur, D. (2016). A touch of L1 literature in pre-service teacher training. The Teacher Trainer, 30(2), 21-23.
Şallı-Çopur, D. (2016). What’s up teacher? Voices 248, 3.
Şallı-Çopur, D. (2016). What’s up again Teacher?: Feedback on Lesson Plans. Voices 252, 3.
Taner, G., & Seferoğlu, G. (2016) Veri toplama araçlarının çevirisinde niteliğin arttırılması: Bir aktarım örneği. In Ö. Demirel & S. Dinçer (Eds.), Eğitim Bilimlerinde Yenilikler ve Nitelik Arayışı (1235-1246). doi:
Tekşen-Memiş, A. (2016). Scopes of metamorphosis in Josh Malerman’s Bird Box and Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Uhive (International peer-reviewed Journal of Communication and  Humanities Research), 12, 159-177. doi: 10.17361/UHIVE.20161222015.
Tekşen-Memiş, A. (2016). Under Western Eyes as an illustration of the consequences of loneliness. Journal of History Culture and Art Research, 5(3), 72-92.
Yeni-Palabiyik, P., & Daloglu, A. (2016). English language teachers' implementation of curriculum with action-oriented approach in Turkish primary education classrooms. i-Manager's Journal on English Language Teaching6(2), 45.
Yıldız, H. (2016). Rethinking the political: Ottoman women as feminist subjects. Journal of Gender Studies, 1-15.
Yıldız, H. (2016). “You Write in the Breeze of Knowledge, Not in Light of It”: A Conversation with Hasan Ali Toptaş. World Literature Today90(3-4), 56-60.


Antonova Ünlü, E. & Sağın Şimşek, Ç. (2015).  The use of verbal morphology in Turkish as a third language: The case of Russian-English-Turkish trilinguals. International Journal of Bilingualism, 19, 347-362.
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