Ozgen Felek is a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Religious Studies at Stanford University. She received her first Ph.D. from Firat University in Turkey, in classical Ottoman poetry with a focus on the Sebk-i Hindi (Indian Style) poetical movement (2007), and her second Ph.D. from the Near Eastern Studies Department at the University of Michigan with emphasis on Ottoman dream culture and Sufism (2010). She is the co-editor of Victoria R. Holbrook'a Armagan (Kanat, 2006), which is a collection of essays in honor of Victoria Rowe Holbrook. She is also the co-editor of forthcoming Dreams and Visions in Islamic Societies (Suny, 2012). In addition to her academic pursuits, Ozgen is a miniaturist and illuminationist. Her love of imaginative arts emerges in performative arts, as well.
RELIGST 199: Individual Work (Autumn)
RELIGST 389: Individual Work for Graduate Students (Autumn)
RELIGST 390: Teaching Internship (Winter)
RELIGST 130: Genesis and Gender: Male and Female in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (Winter)
JEWISHST 120: Genesis and Gender: Male and Female in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (Winter)
RELIGST 220A: Great Books of Islamic World (Winter)