Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow (Postdoctoral Researcher), Arnamagnæan Institute, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark (August 2016 – present)
Research project: “Transtextual Networks in the European Middle Ages: A Digital Corpus of the Trojan Narrative in Latin Manuscripts” (project ID: 702772)
Instructor, Arnamagnæan Summer School in Manuscript Studies, Arnamagnæan Institute, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark (August 2017)
Codicology: Postgraduate course that provides an introduction to key terms and concepts of codicology and production of books in the Middle Ages and early modern times including a hands-on session with manuscripts. 1 hr lecture and 2 hrs workshop.
History of the Book and Material Philology: Postgraduate course that discusses a brief history of the book and approaches to manuscripts and editing from traditional philology to material philology including a hands-on session with manuscripts. 1 hr lecture and 2 hrs workshop.
Scaliger Fellow, Scaliger Institute, University of Leiden, Leiden, the Netherlands (Oct 2014)
Seminar Tutor, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK (Sep 2012 – Feb 2016)
HIST1090 Medieval and Renaissance Europe: First-year module that looks at the principal historical themes in Western Europe between 550 and 1550. 2012–2013 Fall: 2 seminars/week. Module Leader: Dr Iona McCleery. 2013–2014 Fall: 2 seminars/week. Module Leader: Dr Emilia Jamroziak. 2015–2016 Fall: 3 seminars/week. Module Leader: Dr Guy Perry.
MEDV1090 Introducing Medieval European Literature: First-year module that ranges across English, French, German and Italian literatures of the eleventh to fourteenth centuries and develops an understanding of the key medieval genres. 2013–2014 Fall: 1 seminar/week. Module Leader: Dr Marta Cobb.
HIST1045 Empire and Aftermath: The Mediterranean World from the Second to the Eighth Centuries: First-year module that provides an introduction to the Roman Empire in its heyday, and to the ensuing period of Late Antiquity. 2013–2014 Spring: 1 seminar/week. Module Leader: Professor Ian N. Wood. 2014–2015 Spring: 2 seminars/week. Module Leader: Professor Ian N. Wood.
Co-founder and General Editor, Kısmet Press, Leeds, UK (Jun 2014 – present)
Academic Coordinator, Rector’s Office, İstanbul Bilgi University, İstanbul, Turkey (Nov 2010 – Apr 2011)
Corporate Communications and Publications Coordinator, İstanbul Bilgi University, İstanbul, Turkey (May 2009 – Nov 2010)
Publications Coordinator, Santral İstanbul: Center for Contemporary Art and Museum of Energy, İstanbul, Turkey (Apr 2006 – May 2009)
Local Coordinator, Open Society Institute Network Scholarship Programs, UK Programs Pre-Departure Orientation, İstanbul, Turkey (Jun 2005 – Jul 2007)
Vice-Chairperson of the Executive Board (responsible from finance, communication and human resources management), İstanbul Bilgi University Alumni Association (Bilgililer Derneği), İstanbul, Turkey (May 2005 – Jun 2007)
Contributor, International Medieval Bibliography (Apr 2007 – present)
Writing, Editing and Translating Professional, Independent (Sep 1999 – present)
Book Review Editor, Networks and Neighbours (Dec 2013 – Dec 2015)
Web Editor, British Comparative Literature Association (www.bcla.org) (Aug 2013 – Jun 2015)
Editorial Assistant and Book Review Editor, Leeds Studies in English (Jul 2012 – December 2016)
Editorial Assistant, Bulletin of International Medieval Research (Oct 2011 – Sep 2015)
Editor and Copywriter, İstanbul Bilgi University, İstanbul, Turkey (Oct 2004 – Sep 2007)
Off-site Editor and Translator, Litera Training & Consulting Group, İstanbul, Turkey (Jun 2004 – Oct 2007)
Off-site Editor, Literatür Publications, İstanbul, Turkey (Mar 2005 – Apr 2006)
Off-site Translator, Atlas Digital Production, İstanbul, Turkey (Jul 2004 – Jul 2005)
Translator, Mira Coordination, İstanbul, Turkey (Mar 2004 – Sep 2004)
Assistant Editor, Klan Publishing House, İstanbul, Turkey (Dec 2003 – Mar 2004)
Assistant Editor, İstanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts, İstanbul, Turkey (Apr 2002 – Jul 2002)
Member of the Board of Editors, Parşömen Literary Journal (Sep 2000 – Jun 2001)