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Delice, Serkan (2010) Friendship, Sociability, and Masculinity in the Ottoman Empire: An Essay Confronting the Ghosts of Historicism. New Perspectives on Turkey (42). pp. 103-125. ISSN 1305-3299 Item availablity restricted.

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Delice, Serkan and Cakirlar, Cüneyt (2013) 1553. In: Taner Ceylan: The Lost Paintings Series. Standard Press; Paul Kasmin Gallery; Damiani. ISBN 9788862083126

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Delice, Serkan and Cakirlar, Cüneyt (2013) 1640. In: Taner Ceylan The Lost Paintings Series. Standard Press; Paul Kasmin Gallery; Damiani, pp. 26-27.

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Delice, Serkan and Cakirlar, Cüneyt (2013) 1879. In: Taner Ceylan: The Lost Paintings Series. Standard Press; Paul Kasmin Gallery; Damiani. ISBN 9788862083126

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Delice, Serkan (2013) 1881. In: Taner Ceylan: The Lost Paintings Series. Standard Press; Paul Kasmin Gallery; Damiani. ISBN 9788862083126

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Delice, Serkan and Cakirlar, Cüneyt (2013) Birth of Hope. In: Taner Ceylan: The Lost Paintings Series. Standard Press; Paul Kasmin Gallery; Damiani. ISBN 9788862083126

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Delice, Serkan and Cakirlar, Cüneyt (2013) Cage of Flesh. In: Taner Ceylan: The Lost Paintings Series. Standard Press; Paul Kasmin Gallery; Damiani. ISBN 9788862083126

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Delice, Serkan and Cakirlar, Cüneyt (2013) Esma Sultan. In: Taner Ceylan: The Lost Paintings Series. Standard Press; Paul Kasmin Gallery; Damiani. ISBN 9788862083126

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Delice, Serkan (2013) Fake World. In: Taner Ceylan: The Lost Paintings Series. Standard Press; Paul Kasmin Gallery; Damiani. ISBN 9788862083126

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Delice, Serkan and Cakirlar, Cüneyt (2013) Spring Time. In: Taner Ceylan: The Lost Paintings Series. Standard Press; Paul Kasmin Gallery; Damiani. ISBN 9788862083126

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Delice, Serkan (2017) Fashion and its Refugees: production, consumption and subjectivity in the age of neoliberal authoritarianism. In: Fashion & Politics: Historical & Contemporary Perspectives, 7 July 2017, London College of Fashion.

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Delice, Serkan (2017) Cultural Appropriation: Symptom or Diagnosis? In: Fashion, Race and Cultural Appropriation: a conference at CSM.

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Delice, Serkan (2017) 'We cannot have love without lovers': Sexuality and Self-fashioning in Early Modern Ottoman Istanbul. In: Desiring and Deorienting the Middle East at Pembroke, 2 June 2017, Pembroke College, Cambridge University.

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Delice, Serkan (2016) The Janissaries and Their Bedfellows: Masculinity and Male Homosexuality in Early Modern Ottoman Istanbul. In: "Enlightenment Sex(ualities) - Texts, Practices, Species and Spaces", 7th and 8th November 2016, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen.

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Delice, Serkan (2015) Between Culturalism and Capitalism: the localisation of LGBT identities in Turkey. In: Middle East Centre and LSE Contemporary Turkish Studies Workshop: The State of Democracy in Turkey: Institutions, Society and Foreign Relations.

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Delice, Serkan (2014) ‘They got the guns, but we got the numbers’: Fashion, masculinity, and political resistance in the Middle East. In: Fashion and Politics: 2nd Research Hubs Conference, 4 June 2014, London College of Fashion.

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Delice, Serkan (2014) Orientalism, masculinity, and global interests: Jean Paul Gaultier’s Menswear between East and West. In: Gaultier and Beyond: Showcasing Research from London College of Fashion, 27 May 2014, Barbican.

Delice, Serkan (2012) Fashion, Politics, and Queer Resistance in the Middle East. In: Masculinities and Fashion – Current and Recent Work, 5 December 2012, London College of Fashion. Item not available online.

Delice, Serkan (2012) In Pursuit of a Queer Historiography: Rethinking Modernity and Heteronormativity in the Middle East. In: Gendered Horizons in the Middle East and Central Asia - A Day in Honour of Professor Deniz Kandiyoti, 20 October 2012, Centre for Gender Studies, SOAS, University of London. Item not available online.

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