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Gul Gur Professorial Lecturer Global and Immersive Studies

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(202) 895-4920
Global and Immersive Studies, Office of
Spring Valley Building - 411
PhD, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, Virginia, USA;
MA, European Studies, Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey;
BA, Political Science and International Relations, Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey

Gul M. Gur is a professorial lecturer at the School of Professional and Extended Studies where she teaches courses on intercultural understanding, US politics and government, international security and peace. Her research interests include identity conflicts, history and memory politics, minorities and youth. She also teaches a Global Conflict Analysis and Resolution course at George Mason University's School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution. Previously, she worked at various non governmental organizations in Washington D.C. and Istanbul including Search for Common Grounds, Institute for Economics and Peace, Economic Development Foundation. She also involved in youth programs and worked with youth from conflict areas including Central and South Asia, Korea and the US. She speaks Turkish and English.
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Fall 2022

  • CORE-107 Complex Problems Seminar: Identity & Intergroup Conflict

  • OGIS-096 Selected Topics:Non-Recurring: International Peace/Security

  • WSEM-096 Selected Topics:Non-Recurring: International Peace/Security

Spring 2023

  • UGST-120 Mentored Field Practicum

  • UGST-120 Mentored Field Practicum

  • WSEM-050 Topics in Washington DC: International Peace/Security