Dr. Murat ES
BA (History) (Bogazici University)
MA (Sociology) (Bogazici University)
PhD (UNC - Chapel Hill)
2020 Hoyng, Rolien and Murat Es. Material politics facing post-truth: Speculation, infrastructure and ecology in Turkey. Antipode 52 (6): 1731-1750.
2018 Es, Murat and Besim Can Zirh. Alevi struggles. In Authoritarianism and resistance in Turkey: Conversations on democratic and social changes, ed. Esra Özyürek Gaye Özpinar and Emrah Altındiş (pp. 177-188). Dordrecht, Heidelberg, New York and London: Springer.
2018 Chen, Huiwei, Mee Kam Ng, Murat Es, Joanna Lee, Winnie W. S. Mak, Yuying Tong, Wu Ka Ming & Huiquan Zhou. Socio-spatial polarization and the (re-)distribution of deprived groups in world cities: A case study of Hong Kong. Urban Geography 39 (7): 969-987.
2017 Hoyng, Rolien and Murat Es. Conspiratorial webs: Media ecology and parallel realities in Turkey. International Journal of Communication 11: 4219–4238.
2016 Es, Murat. Turkish-Dutch mosques and the formation of moral subjects. Social and Cultural Geography 17 (7): 825-848.
2013 Es, Murat. Alevis in cemevis: Religion and secularism in Turkey. In Topographies of faith: Religion in urban spaces, ed. Marian Burchardt, Jose Casanova and Irene Becci (pp. 25-45). Leiden and Boston: Brill.
- Cultural Geography
- Urban Studies
- Ethno-national belonging, race, and multiculturalism
- Transnational migration
- Religion and secularism
- Right to the city
- Urban development
- Secretary, Urban Studies Programme, CUHK
- Research Fellow, Institute of Future Cities, CUHK
- Faculty Affiliate, Research Center on Migration and Mobility, CUHK