"ASBÜ'nün vizyonu dünyadaki araştırma üniversiteleri arasında, sosyal bilimler araştırmaları alanında etkin bir konuma gelmektir."
Doktora, University of Freiburg, Osmanlı ve Orta Doğu Tarihi, 2013.
Yüksek Lisans, University of Texas at Austin, Tarih, 2005.
Lisans, Ankara Üniversitesi, Kamu Yönetimi, 1999.
Orta Doğu Tarihi
Son Dönem Osmanlı Tarihi ve Tarih yazımı
Osmanlı Dönemi Irak ve Kürdistan Sosyo-Politik Tarihi
İslam Devletleri (Osmanlı-İran-Babür) Ortak Tarihi
Atmaca, M. “Ferman el-Sultan boş beyn el-Ekrad: Osmanlı Kürdistanında Şakiler ve Batılı Seyyahlar” (Firman al-Sultan Bosh Bayn al-Akrad: Encountering of Bandits and European Travelers in the Ottoman Kurdistan) in ed. Oktay Özel, Muhsin Soyudoğan and Aslıhan Sheridan, The Book of Banditry, (in publication in 2015)
Atmaca, M., “Osmanlı Zihin Dünyasında Bir Doğu Ülkesi: Diyar-ı Acem yahut İran” (An Eastern Land in The Mental World of The Ottomans: Diyar-ı Acem or Iran) (forthcoming in the Muhafazar Düşünce in 2015)
Atmaca, M. and Ataman, M. “Regime Change and Its Impact on Ethnic Policy: The Case of Kurds in Iran and Turkey”( forthcoming in the Journal of Iran and Caucasus in 2016)
Atmaca, M. Book review article, Bruce Alan Masters “The Arabs of the Ottoman Empire, 1516-1918”, Sabri Ateş “Ottoman-Iranian Borderlands” and M. Talha Çiçek, “War and State Formation in Syria: Cemal Pasha’s Governorate During World War I, 1914-1917” (forthcoming in the Journal of Insight Turkey in 2015)
Atmaca, M. “Babans” in the Great Islamic Encyclopedia, The Center for the Great Islamic Encyclopedia, Tehran, Iran (forthcoming in Persian in 2015)
Atmaca, M. “Özal’dan Erdoğan’a Kürt Meselesinde Çözüm Çabaları” (Resolution Efforts in the Kurdish Question: From Özal to Erdoğan) in ed. Hakan Samur and Zelal Kızılkan Kısacık, Türkiye’nin Demokratikleşmesi: Etnik-Dini Kesimler Üzerinden Değişimin Analizi(Konya: Çizgi Publication, 2014), pp. 19-52.
Atmaca, M. Book review, Mafalda Ade “Picknick mit den Paschas: Aleppo und die levantinische Handelsfirma Fratelli Poche (1853-80),” Insight Turkey, Spring 2014, Vol. 15/1
Atmaca, M. “Şeyh, Şah ve Sultan: Kürtlerde Tasavvuf ve Devlet İlişkisi” (Sheikh, Shah and Sultan: Relations between Mysticism and State among the Kurds), International Symposium of Seyyid Taha-i Hakkari, Hakkari University, 24-26 May, 2013 ( proceedings published by Hakkari University in 2014)
Atmaca, M. “ 19. Yüzyıl Batı Seyahatnamelerinde Kürt Kadınının İmajı” (Images of Kurdish Women in the 19th-Century Western Travelogues), International Kurdish Women’s Conference, Hakkari University, 1-5 October, 2009 (proceedings published by Hakkari University in 2011)
“Shaikhs of Wartime: The Role of Kurdish Religio-Political Leadership in WWI” Perspectives from the Frontiers on World War One, Medeniyet University, Istanbul, 15-16 May, 2015
“Imperial Power of the Mughal Court through the Accounts of Seydi Ali Reis and Mutribi al-Samarqandi” International Conference of Turkish Historical Society on Turks in India, New Delhi, 26-27 March 2015
“So close and yet so far away: Political Rivalry between The Houses of Ardalan and Baban” The First International Conference on The Common Heritage of Iran and Iraq, Tehran, 5-7 March, 2015
“Change and Continuity in the Perception of Kurdish Lands in Western and Eastern Literature(1600-1850)” On the Outside Looking In: A Kurdish Studies Conference, Orlando, FL, 27 January, 2015
“A Social and Political History of Sulaimaniya in the early 19th Century” American University of Irak in Sulaimani, 6 November, 2014
“An Ottoman Kurdish Diplomat in Europe: Şerif Pasha’s Life in Paris and His Opposition to the Committee of Union and Progress“ WOCMES 2014-World Congress for Middle East Studies, Ankara, 18-22 August, 2014
“Alliance and Rivalry on the Ottoman-Iranian Frontier: The Babanzades(1500-1851),” The Foundation for Science and Arts, Istanbul, 11 October, 2013
“Centralizing the Periphery of the Empire: Tanzimat and the case of Baban Emirate” Second International Kurdish Studies Conference, University of Exeter, 8-9 September, 2012
“Between Two Sects, Between Two States: Sulaimaniya on the Ottoman-Iranian Frontier,” The International Society for Iranian Studies (ISIS), The Ninth Biennial Iranian Studies Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 1-5 August 2012,
“The Case of the Naqshibandi-Khalidiyya Order of the Early 19th-Century Ottoman-Iranian Frontier,” Middle East Studies Association of North America (MESA) 2008 Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 22-25 November, 2008
“Conflict and Diversity on the Ottoman-Iranian Frontier: The Baban Family and Sulaimaniya in 19th-Century Ottoman Iraq,” Living Together: Plurality and Cosmopolitanism in the Ottoman Empire and Beyond panel, International Summer Academy: Europe in the Middle East / The Middle East in Europe, Istanbul; 21-28 September, 2008
“Competing for the Crown of Kurdish Baban Sanjaq: Alliance and Rivalry in 19th-Century Ottoman Baghdad,” Middle East Studies Association of North America (MESA) 2007 Annual Meeting, Montréal, 17-20 November, 2007
“Trouble in School: The Public Education and Resistance in the Late Ottoman Empire,” 21st Annual Middle East History and Theory Conference, University of Chicago; 12-13 May, 2006
“Between Nationalism and Religion: Revisiting the Sheikh Ubeydullah Rebellion and Question of Ottoman-Iranian Border in the Late 19th-Century,” International JUSUR Conference, University of California Los Angeles; 7-8 April, 2004
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