Nur Özgenalp is a PhD Researcher at Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis. She is a Film and Television Studies scholar. Her PhD project concentrates on cultural, political, and social transformations by examining storytelling elements of television series and fiction film in relation to macropolitical movements. She is extensively experienced in filmmaking, screenwriting, and journalism as well as academia.
2010 – date: PhD, ASCA, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam.
promoter: Prof. Dr. Patricia Pisters
provisional doctoral thesis title: Televisual-image: Micropolitics of serial storytelling
2009 – 2010: PhD research, Cinema and Media Studies, with bursary, Bahcesehir University, Istanbul.
promoter: Prof. Dr. Selim Eyuboglu
provisional doctoral thesis title: Cyborgization and Decyborgization
2003 – 2006: MA, Film and Television, Teaching Assistant Fellowship, Istanbul Bilgi University,
promoter: Prof. Dr. Tuna Erdem
1996 – 2002: BA, Cinema-TV (Film Making), Mimar Sinan University, Istanbul.
1993 – 1996: Associate's degree, Italian Language and Literature, Istanbul University, Istanbul.
Waiting for Rocko (2004)
Walls (2002); film screenings: Walls, Filmmor Women’s Films Festival 2004; METU Film Festival 2004
The Stick (2000)
The Chest (2000)
Virtual Reality (1999)
Supervision of Projects
Supervision of Finishing Projects
Editing Theory and History
External Field Expert for Editing Examination
External Field Expert for Film Project Examination
Influential Directors, Scripts, and Films
Sound and Image
Student Film Evaluations
Academic Writing Skills
ASCA Deleuze Reading Group
Annual ASCA Deleuze Conference
Cinema in Turkey
Film History and Aesthetics
Media, Culture, and Technology
History of Cinema
Turkish Film History
Project title: The Legislation and Inspection Activities and Roles of Female Deputies in Turkey 1935–2007.
Audio-Visual Communication Techniques
Comparative Broadcasting Practices
Special Topics in Television Programming
Thesis Writing and Thesis Project