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  • Gökçe Sanul is a PhD researcher in Human Geography at Cosmopolis Centre for Urban Research, Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Having a keen interest in analysing new spatio-political forms of the urban culture, particularly her research examines the ways...More

EXPERIENCE

  • Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts
    • research
    • researcher and co-author
    • June 2015 to April 2015

    Taking role as a researcher and co-author of the yearly cultural policy report of IKSV which aims to present the cultural planning approach to the local governments. In addition to investigating the perception of municipalities about the cultural planning, I’ve also analysed their strategic plans, and conducted surveys with the cultural departments of the Seoul, Vienna, Amsterdam, Toronto, Tokyo and New York municipalities, in order to have comparable data points.

  • Vrije Universiteit Brussel
    • Department of Geography
    • PhD researcher
    • September 2013 to Present

  • Izmir Development Agency
    • research
    • Graduate Student Researcher
    • June 2012 to March 2013

    Researcher in Izmir Development Agency Project titled as Izmir Cultural Economy and Cultural Infrastructure Compendium and the Development Strategy. Gathering and analyzing data for the cultural/creative sectors in Izmir. Conducting in depth interviews with sector representatives and NGOs Mediating the discussion on the financial aspects of the culture in the Izmir Culture Economy Workshop

  • Istanbul Bilgi University
    • Cultural Management MA Programme
    • teaching assistant
    • September 2011 to March 2012

    Assistant of the introductory course: CAM 501, Cultural Management Helping to the coordination of the Master Programme; Invigilating exams; Advising students

EDUCATION

  • Vrije Universiteit Brussel
    • PhD in Sciences
    • September 2013 to Present

  • Istanbul Bilgi University
    • MA in Cultural Management
    • September 2010 to September 2012

  • Koç University
    • BA in International Relations
    • September 2005 to June 2010

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