Assoc. Prof, History, Marmara University
Yunus Uğur completed his BA degree at Boğaziçi University, Department of Sociology, and then received his MA and Ph.D. degrees in the History Department at the same university. He worked at New York Binghamton University in History Department as a researcher between 2003 and 2004. Then between 2009 and 2020, he was a faculty member of the History Department at Istanbul Sehir University, a director of the Center for Urban Studies and MA Progam in Urban Studies. He was in Berlin on sabbatical leave from 2016 to 2017. He is now a faculty member of the History department at Marmara University. He has been a chief editor of the Turkish Studies Review (TALID) since 2003, a project leader of www.digitalottomanstudies.com, a member of the Executive Board of Global Urban History Project (GUHP), and members of the European Association of Urban History (EAUH) and Middle East Studies Association (MESA). His area of interest covers Ottoman urban history, urban spaces, and neighborhoods, historiography, historical sources, digital history, oral history, historical geography, and cultural heritage.