Publications of Erdag Göknar

Books and Monographs

  1. Cooke, M; Göknar, EM; Parker, GR. "Mediterranean passages readings from Dido to Derrida."  The University of North Carolina Press, October, 2008: 399 pages.
  2. Goknar, E. "My Name Is Red."  Everyman's Library, 2010: 483 pages. English translation of Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk's historical novel about 16th c. Ottoman miniaturists (Vintage paperback edition Sept. 2002)
  3. Rahimi, A. "Earth and Ashes."  Other Press, LLC, August, 2010: 96 pages. English translation of Afghan writer Atiq Rahimi's novella on the Soviet-Afghan war
  4. Tanpinar, AH. "A Mind at Peace."  Archipelago, March, 2011: 447 pages.
  5. Göknar, E. "Orhan Pamuk, secularism and blasphemy: The politics of the Turkish novel."  Routledge, January, 2013: 1-314.
  6. E. Göknar. "Orhan Pamuk, Secularism and Blasphemy: The Politics of the Turkish Novel."  Routledge, March, 2013
  7. Göknar, E. "Nomadologies."  April, 2017: 90 pages.

Edited Volumes

  1.  "Türkçe'de Roman: Anlatı Geleneğinden Nobel Ödülu'ne". Turkish Translation of Cambridge History of Turkey, Vol IV. Spring, 2011

Papers Published

  1. Göknar, E. "Ottoman past and Turkish future: Ambivalence in A. H.Tanpinar's those outside the scene." South Atlantic Quarterly 102.2-3 (January, 2003): 647-661. (special issue, "Relocating the Fault Lines: Turkey Beyond the East-West Divide")
  2. Goknar, E. ""My Name is Re(a)d: Translating Authority, Authoring Translation"." Translation Review (Spring, 2005).
  3. Goknar, E. ""Orhan Pamuk and the ’Ottoman’ Theme"." World Literature Today 80.6 (November, 2006).
  4. Goknar, E. ""From Steppe to Sea: The Blue Anatolia Literary Movement"." Turkish Studies Journal Special Issue Festschrift for Walter Andrews (Winter, 2010).
  5. ""The Turkish Novel: Modernity, Modernism, and Postmodernism"." The Blackwell Encyclopedia of the Novel (Fall, 2010).
  6. Goknar, E. ""The White Castle" and the Ottoman Legacy." Journal of Turkish Literature (January, 2011).
  7. Göknar, E. ""Occulted Texts: Pamuk’s Untranslated Novels"." Global Perspectives on Orhan Pamuk: Existentialism and Politics Literatures & Cultures of the Islamic World (2012).
  8. Göknar, E. "Secular blasphemies: Orhan Pamuk and the Turkish novel." Novel a Forum on Fiction The Contemporary Novel: Imagining the Twenty-First Century 45.2 (June, 2012): 301-326.
  9. Goknar, E. ""The Turkish Novel: Modernity, Modernism, and Postmodernism"." Blackwell Encyclopedia of the Novel (2013).
  10. Göknar, E. "Turkish-islamic feminism confronts national patriarchy: Halide Edib's divided self." Journal of Middle East Women'S Studies Special Literature Issue 9.2 (March, 2013): 32-57.
  11. Göknar, E. "Reading Occupied Istanbul: Turkish Subject-Formation from Historical Trauma to Literary Trope." Culture, Theory and Critique 55.3 (September, 2014): 321-341.
  12. Göknar, E. ""Mapping Pamuk onto the World Literature Syllabus"." Approaches to Teaching the Works of Orhan Pamuk (2017).
  13. Goknar, E. "Conspiracy Theory in Turkey: Politics and Protest in the Age of "Post-Truth"." Middle East Journal 73.2 (June, 2019): 336-337.

Papers Accepted

  1. ""The Turkish Novel: Modernity, Modernism, and Postmodernism"." Blackwell Encyclopedia of the Novel  (Fall, 20010).

Translations

  1. Orhan Pamuk and E. Göknar (translator), trans. Revised reissue of My Name is Red. Ed. LuAnn Walther. Everyman's Library Contemporary Classics, Fall, 2010

Other

  1. Goknar, E. ""The Novel in Turkish: From Narrative Tradition to Nobel Prize"." Cambridge History of Turkey: Turkey in the Modern World IV Cambridge University Press. (Fall, 2008): 35-35.
  2. Arzu Tascioglu. ""Interview with Erdag Goknar"." Turkish Book Review 2 (Summer, 2008).
  3. Seda Pekçelen. ""Interview with Erdag Göknar on Translation"." Time Out Istanbul Magazine (Winter, 2011).
  4. Göknar, E. ""A Nomad Between Worlds: Mohed Altrad's _Badawi_"." Los Angeles Review of Books (September, 2016).
  5. Göknar, E. ""A Turkish Woman in the Oedipus Complex: Orhan Pamuk's 'The Red-Haired Woman'"." (August, 2017).
  6. Göknar, E. ""The Light of the Bosphorus: Photography in Orhan Pamuk's 'Balkon'"." Los Angeles Review of Books Los Angeles Review of Books. (May, 2019).