"ASBÜ'nün vizyonu dünyadaki araştırma üniversiteleri arasında, sosyal bilimler araştırmaları alanında etkin bir konuma gelmektir."
Doktora, Illinois State University, İngiliz Dili ve Edebiyatı, 2014.
Y. Lisans, Illinois State University, İngiliz Dili ve Edebiyatı, 2006.
Lisans, Orta Doğu Teknik Üniversitesi, İngiliz Dili Eğitimi, 2003.
Postcolonyal-Sömürge Çalışmaları ve Oryantalizm,
19. yy İngiliz Edebiyatı,
Karşılaştırmalı Kadın Çalışmaları,
Osmanlı Kadın Araştırmaları,
Tanzimat sonrası Osmanlı'da Batılılışma,
Batı'da Türk İslam Algısı
Akman F., Batılı Kadın Seyyahların Gözüyle Osmanlı Kadını, İstanbul: Etkileşim, 2011.
Akman F., “Osmanlı Çokeşli miydi? Batılı Seyyahlar ve Harem Gerçeği”, Moral Dünyası Dergisi, 87, 34-38, 2011.
Akman F., “Othello: Turks as ‘the Other’in Early Modern Period.”, Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association, 43, 2, 2010.
Akman F., “Literary News From the World”, Remzi Kitap Gazetesi, July 19, June 18, May 17, 2007.
Akman F., “Tarihin İçindeki Birey ve İkilemlerin Yazarı: Halide Edip Adıvar”, Remzi Kitap Gazetesi, 19, 8-9, 2007.
Akman F., Oturum Başkanı, “Imagining Middle Eastern/Oriental Women in the West: An Orientalist Legacy Borrowed from the Past?”, 54th Annual M/MLA Convention, Ohio, 2012.
Akman F., “Gendered Discourses of the ‘Same’ Orient: Nineteenth Century British Travelers to the Ottoman Empire”, 54th Annual M/MLA Convention, Ohio, 2012.
Akman F., “Nineteenth Century Western Travelers, Artists, Novelists and Scholars in the East; Representations of the Orient.”, Imaging Lives: Modes of Nineteenth-Century Life-Representation at Interdisciplinary Nineteenth Century Studies Conference, Lexington, 2012.
Akman F., “Lady Montagu’s Travels in the East; Society, Ottoman Women and the Harem in Turkish Letters.”, Forbidden Places and Prohibited Spaces in English Women’s Writing , NeMLA Conference, Rochester, 2012.
Akman F., “Historical Trajectory of İmagining the Harem and Oriental Women in the West.”, 127th MLA Convention, Washington, 2012. Oturum Eşbaşkanı, “Comparative Literature: The Blame Game: Politics og Guilt and Neo-Orientalism in the post-9/11 Era.”, The 53th Annual M/MLA Convention, MO, 2011.
Akman F., “The Victorian Controversy and Discourse on the Eastern Question: British Travelers to the Ottoman Empire in the Nineteenth Century.”, New “British” Geographies Conference, University of Illnois at Urbana, Urbana, 2011.
Akman F., Oturum Başkanı, “Comparative Literature: Orientalism, Post Colonialism: Islamic Cultures.”, The 52nd Annual M/MLA Convention. Chicago, 2010.
Akman F., “Victorian Controversy and Discourse on the Eastern Question: British women and men travelers to the Ottoman Empire in the Nineteenth Century” , 4th Annual AEGIS Conference. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. 2010.
Akman F., “Creating Contact and Zones in a Composition Classroom: How to integrate multiculturalism into Lesson Plans”, ” Writing Program Orientation Workshop. Illinois State University, Normal, IL., 2010.
Akman F., “Othello: Turks as the Other in Early Modern Period.” 51st Annual M/MLA Conference. St. Louis, MO., 2009.
Akman F., “Creating Contact Zones in a Composition Classroom”, New Directions in English Studies Symposium. Illinois State University, Normal, IL., 2010.
Akman F., “Social and Economic Implications of Marriage in Jane Austen’s World”, Graduate Research Symposium, Illinois State University, 2009.
Akman F., “Caught Between Two Worlds: Receptiveness and Resistance to the Westernization of Turkey in Halide Edip’s The Clown and His Daughter.” Religion, Secularism, & Nationhood: The Fourth Annual BMG Conference, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL., 2009.
Akman F., “Halide Edip” Transnational Histories: A Conference Exploring Intersections between Cultural Texts, Literature and History, Illinois State University, IL., 2008.
Akman F., “Effects of Imperialism and Globalization: Language and Literature in Turkey” , Annual Graduate Symposium on Critical Approaches to Children's Literature, Illinois State University, IL., 2005.
A study of historical trajectory of imagining the Harem and middle eastern women
Postcolonial perspectives: Cross-cultural interactions
Postcolonial criticism, orientalism and the text
A study of contemporary middle eastern women writers Works