Sibel İZMİR, Öğr. Gör. Dr.

Sibel İZMİR

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Bağlı Olduğu Bölüm:İngiliz Dili ve Edebiyatı Bölümü
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Akademik Dereceler

DereceAlanÜniversiteYıl
Doktora İngiliz Kültürü ve Edebiyatı Atılım Üniversitesi 2014
Yüksek Lisans İngiliz Dili ve Edebiyatı Ankara Üniversitesi 2005
Lisans İngiliz Dili ve Edebiyatı Ankara Üniversitesi 1999


Araştırma Konuları

Shakespeare, Çağdaş Tiyatro, Postdramatik Tiyatro, Tiyatro Kuramları, Distopya Edebiyatı, Gotik Edebiyat


Yayınlar

SCI, SCI-E, SSCI ve AHCI

İZMİR S. (2017), The Oscillation Between Dramatic and Postdramatic Theatre, AAA-Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Narr Francke Attempto Verlag, Tübingen/Germany, Volume 42, No 1 , ISSN: 0171-5410

Diğer Hakemli Dergiler

İzmir, S. (2015), The Concept of Male Friendship in Shakespeare's The Two Gentlemen of Verona: A Contextual Approach, The Journal of International Social Research, 37 , pp. 160-173

Uluslararası Konferans Bildirileri

İZMİR S. (2017), Jimmy's Displaced Rage in John Osborne's Look Back in Anger, 11th International IDEA Conference, Çankaya Üniversitesi, Ankara

İZMİR S. (2017), Theorizing Contemporary Theatre Aesthetics, Transmodern Perspectives on Contemporary Literatures in English, Zaragoza/Spain, University of Zaragoza

İZMİR S. (2016), De-Hierarchization of Theatrical Signs: Edward Bond's The Under Room, 10th International IDEA Conference, Boğaziçi University, İstanbul

İZMİR S. (2015), Theatrical Strategies in Mark Ravenhill's Shopping and Fucking, 39th Comparative Drama Conference, Stevenson University, Baltimore / USA

İzmir S. (2014), Dramatic and Postdramatic Strategies in Mark Ravenhill's Pool (No Water). Performing Arts and Public Space. Performart '14 Conference Proceedings, Dakam Publishing, İstanbul , 181-194

İzmir S. (2013), Simulated Lives, Confined Individuals: Mark Ravenhill’s Faust is Dead, 14th International Cultural Studies Symposium, Ege University

İzmir S. (2013), Physical Violence Functioning to Reflect an Epic and Marxist World view: Edward Bond's Lear, 7th International IDEA Conference: Studies in English, Pamukkale University

İZMİR S. (2013), Contextualizing History: Sarah Kane’s Blasted As a Historical Play. History in Western Literature, 3rd International BAKEA Symposium of Western Cultural and Literary Studies. , Gaziantep Üniversitesi

İzmir S. (2012), Alex “Panopticized”: A Foucauldian Reading of Anthony Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange. Proceedings from the 6th International IDEA Conference: Studies in English. ed. Patrick Hart., İstanbul Kültür Üniv. Yayınları, İstanbul, pp. 169-179

İZMİR S. (2010), Suicide in The Other Side of the Mountain and Mrs. Dalloway, 5th International IDEA Conference: Studies in English, Atılım University, Ankara

İzmir S. (2007), Male Comradeship in Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of Verona, Romeo and Juliet and Merchant of Venice, 2nd International IDEA Conference: Studies in English, Hacettepe University

Ulusal Konferans Bildirileri

İZMİR S. (2015), Spatial Interactions: The Other Side of the Mountain, British and Turkish Literary and Cultural Interactions, Hacettepe University, English Language and Literature, 50th Anniversary Conference , Ankara

İZMİR S. (2015), Dynamics of Postdramatic Theatre, Akdeniz Üniversitesi, I. Dil, Kültür ve Edebiyat Çalıştayı, Antalya

Kitapta Bölüm

İzmir S. (2016), "Yazar-Seyirci-Sahne Üçgeninde Mark Ravenhill'in İki Oyunu". Postdramatik Tiyatro ve İngiliz Tiyatrosu (Editör: Deniz Bozer), Mitos Boyut, İstanbul, pp. 53-83

İzmir S. (2015), Physical Violence Functioning to Reflect an Epic and Marxist Worldview: Edward Bond’s Lear, English Studies: New Perspectives, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholarly Publishing, pp. 293-299

İzmir S. (2014), Contextualizing History: Sarah Kane’s Blasted As a Historical Play. History in Western Literature, Ankara: Ürün Yayınları, pp. 487-494

İzmir S. (2011), Suicide in The Other Side of the Mountain and Mrs. Dalloway, IDEA: Studies in English, London: Cambridge Scholarly Publishing, pp. 241-251