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Dr Ezgi Tuncer

Co-Investigator, Migration and Displacement

Kadir Has University

Ezgi Tuncer is a Co-Investigator on the UKRI GCRF Gender, Justice and Security Hub. She researches migration and displacement; space-place and place-making practices; city, space, power and contemporary art; border studies and political philosophy. In addition to her recent articles such as “Border as ‘Zone of Indistinction’: The State of Exception and the Spectacle of Terror Along Turkey’s Border with Syria” published in Space and Culture and “From Melling’s Harem to Eviner’s: Displacement as Parrhesia” published in Third Text, she continues writing an essay series on ‘Food, City and Everyday Life’ in online design magazine, Manifold (

Areas of interest

Migration; displacement; border studies; political philosophy