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Scholarly Publications

Digital Collection in Architecture
(As curator)
Published Report on Research 

Ekincioglu, M. (interviewee), 2020, “Archival Innovators: Dr. Meral Ekincioglu”, ArchivesAware!, Awareness and Outreach Resources for Archivists, 
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https://archivesaware.archivists.org/2020/03/17/archival-innovators-dr-meral-ekincioglu/, last accessed on 12.12.2021.

In this installation of Archival Innovators, SAA Committee on Public Awareness [COPA] member Rachel Seale interviews Dr. Meral Ekincioglu on her research project and its findings in regards to diversity and underrepresented architecture communities in archives at pioneering schools of architecture in the United States.
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• Ekincioglu, M. (co-curator), 2022, "On Literature for a Changing Planet", speaker Martin Puchner, the Byron and Anita Wien Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Harvard University, the Multidisciplinary Climate Conversations Series by Citizen TALES Commons, June 21, online.
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(This multidisciplinary Climate Conversation Series has been initiated and co-curated by me to enrich scholarly perspective on the built environment with a focus on climate justice and its emergency. Recorded and published by Citizen TALES Commons, Cambridge-based, multidisciplinary and international scholarly community): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOUuPNxdq5A, last accessed on 11.30.2022.
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• Ekincioglu, M. (moderator), 2021, “Collective Memory of Diverse Women Architects: Its (Historical Documentation) Practice and Methods”, by Women Who Design, May 7th, https://wwd2021.com/diverse-women-artitects, last accessed on 7.30.2021.
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Panelists: Mary Norman Woods, Professor Emerita at Cornell University, Department of Architecture, the first woman tenured in Cornell's architecture department, founded in 1871; Heather Isbell Schumacher, Archivist, University of Pennsylvania Weitzman School of Design, Architectural Archives; Jessica Quagliaroli, Architecture Records Archivist at the Yale University Library, Manuscripts, and Archives; Maristella Casciato, the Senior Curator of the Architecture Collections at the Getty Research Institute in California.
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     (Recorded and published by "Women Who Design").
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     For the first panel question and discussion:
     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSZTAfC-9kI&t=2s, last accessed on 7.28.2021.
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     For the second panel question and discussion:
     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj-6FrpNWfs, last accessed on 7.28.2021.
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     For the third panel question and discussion:
     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0eOl_P_Glc, last accessed on 7.28.2021.
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• Ekincioglu, M. (moderator), 2021, "Women in the Architecture Profession in Turkey and Germany", online panel on the exhibition with the same title, panelists: Prof. Dr. Ing. Mary Pepchinski (Berlin), Prof. Dr. Ozlem Erdogdu Erkarslan (Izmir), curators of the exhibition, organization of the panel and exhibition by Goethe Institute, May 4th.
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(Recorded and published by Goethe Institute):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iolvFH7Lzco&t=0s, last accessed on 11.10.2022.
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• Ekincioglu, M. (speaker), 2021, "Hacking! COVID-19: Science in Architecture and Urban Systems", online and English lecture, Architecture and Urbanism Research Academy (AURA) Istanbul, April 24th.

(Recorded and published by Architecture and Urbanism Research Academy -AURA- Istanbul):
https://youtu.be/r0pbqIGoUaY, last accessed on 4.27.2021.
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• Ekincioglu, M. (introduction), 2021, Data Feminism, speaker: Catherine D'Ignazio, The MIT-Urban Science and Planning in the Department of Urban Studies, Assistant Professor & MIT - Data + Feminism Lab, Director, the Inaugural Citizen TALES Commons Online Lecture, co-sponsored by Emerson College’s Engagement Lab., January 27.
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(Recorded and published by Citizen TALES Commons, Cambridge-based, multidisciplinary and international scholarly community):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tvryu-_GZNw, last accessed on 11.30.2022.
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• Ekincioglu, M. (speaker), 2019, Diverse and Inclusive Data from Architectural Archives for Civic Engagement", WikiConference North America, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, US, November 9. (it was a joint presentation with Dr. Vassiliki Rapti and Dr. Diana Ramirez-Jasso).
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IRecorded and published by Massachusetts Institute of Technology):
https://web.mit.edu/webcast/wiki/f19/141/index.html, last accessed on 11.9.2019.
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• Ekincioglu, M. (panelist), 2018, Power (Panel title), A Convergence at the Confluence of Power, Identity and Design (event), The Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Women in Design, Cambridge, MA, US, November 3rd.
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IRecorded and published by Harvard University):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNZdEUcHhqk&t=72s, last accessed on 2.12.2019.
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• Ekincioglu, M. (speaker), 2017, “The Grand Flirtation: Feminist Operation of Architecture at Princeton University in the 1960s-the 1970s", Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Woman and Gender Studies Program, Intellectual Forum Series, Cambridge, MA, US, October 19th.
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My one-hour presentation at Massachusetts Institute of Technology was recorded, and posted by the Princeton University-Mudd Manuscript Library's blog: https://blogs.princeton.edu/mudd/2010/11/coeducation-at-the-graduate-school,
last accessed on 8.14.2018)
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Ekincioglu, M. (speaker), 2017, "Historical Construction of Turkish Women Architects in Postwar US.: A Missing Chapter in Feminist Architecture History", International Women in Architecture Symposium, Virginia Tech, Virginia, US., March 24th.
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https://vtechworks.lib.vt.edu/handle/10919/77397, last accessed on 11.9.2017.
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Scholarly Publication
(On Ph.D. Dissertation)
Bibliographic References R
• Ekincioglu, M., (Inceoglu, A.), 2012, Tekeli-Sisa and Construction of the Design Architect’s Professional Role in Turkey (Tekeli-Sisa ve Tasarim Yapan Mimarin Profesyonel Rolunun Turkiye’de Insasi),  ITU Dergisi/A, Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul. (Based on her Ph.D. dissertation research at Harvard and Columbia universities, this essay was written by Dr. Ekincioglu, submitted to the journal with written permission by the advisor and received editorial confirmation e-mail. Afterwards, the journal's relevant issue was not published by the university. With her archival research, Dr. Ekincioglu's independent, in-depth and systematic scholarly essay on this research subject is in-progress.).
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Published Architectural Photographs 
(SAH Archipedia, International Digital Encyclopedia)
Publications
(and references)
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• Ekincioglu, M., Hacking the Massachusetts Institute of Technology-McCormick Hall’s Archive: Architecture and Wellness. (in-progress. I have received the acceptance e-mail by the Society of Architectural Historians, SAH for the presentation of my paper at their Annual and International Conference in 2023. Prior to this acceptance e-mail, I had conducted my archival research at the MIT Museum-Architecture Collection on this research subject, and have been working on my scholarly paper. 
© Meral Ekincioglu).
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• Ekincioglu, M., "Celile Berk Butka". (In-progress. Its in-depth draft with all literature, archival, visual references and credits were submitted by me to the MIT-Head of Department by e-mail during my advanced academic research project. © Meral Ekincioglu).
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• Ekincioglu, M., Karacar, P., A Pioneering Woman in Interdisciplinary Architecture Education and Pedagogy in Turkey. (forthcoming, 2023; international conference publication, 8th International Conference on Gender Studies, Gender and Art and Other Gender Studies organized by Eastern Mediterranean University - Center for Women's Studies, May 14.).
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• Ekincioglu, M., 2021, “Uncovering Her Archive: Ayla Karacabey in Postwar Architecture”, in Routledge Companion to Women in Architecture, Sokolina, A. (ed.)., Routledge, pp. 276 - 286.
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As the author, my original, submitted essay to the editor has some differences from its published version in this book. My published biography in this book also includes incorrect information unlike my submitted biography to the editor. (Academic sponsor of my advanced academic research project on Ayla Karacabey is the MIT-HTC.).
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• Following my productive advanced academic research project at MIT with the Institute's academic sponsorship for two years, I have been currently developing the manuscript for my book.
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(I submitted my in-depth, systematic drafts with references of all my theoretical, literature reviews, visual and textual archival materials to the MIT-Architecture, Head of Department by e-mail and to Dr. Rafael Reif, the MIT President with my detailed research file during my in-person appointment with him© Meral Ekincioglu).
 
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• Ekincioglu, M., the Bloomsbury Global Encyclopedia of Women in Architecture, 1960-2015, Brown, L. & Burns, K. (editors). (forthcoming). (I submitted 8 women architects' biographies by emails upon invitations by Prof. Dr. Gulsun Saglamer and Professor Lori Brown for Turkey and North America Chapter in between 2016 and 2019).

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• Ekincioglu, M. (curator, scholar, writer), Women in Modern and Contemporary Territories of Turkish Architecture, Archnet, online resource of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology-Aga Khan Documentation Center; Cambridge, MA, US.
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For more: https://www.archnet.org/collections/850; last accessed on 7.10.2022;
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For the list of women architects in this collection, http://meralekincioglu.com/2-publication.html
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This is the first collection on (21) pioneering women architects from modern and contemporary Turkish architecture to stimulate diverse and inclusive documents on women architects.
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According to published news by Archnet on MIT’s official page, the collection, "Turkish Women Architects" created and developed by me is the largest of several additions to their Women in Architecture Collection. (in 2016).

Please see: https://libraries.mit.edu/akdc/2016/12/30/2016-on-archnet, last accessed on 8.8.2022.
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• Ekincioglu, M., 2021, Diversity and Inclusion in Historical Documentation of Multicultural Architecture Education in the US in a Time of Pandemic, the Society of American Archivists (SAA), Research Forum, 2020.
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https://www2.archivists.org/sites/all/files/Ekincioglu_report.pdf, last accessed on 2.10.2021.

Organizing team of the SAA-Research Forum: Carolyn Hank (U Tennessee Knoxville), Program Committee; Ardys Kozbial (Harvard University), Program Committee; Nance McGovern (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Forum Co-chair / Co-founder, Program Committee Co-chair; Gabriela . Redwine (Yale University), Program Committee; Kate Neptune (Harvard University) Forum Coordinator, Overall and Platforms; Kari Smith (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Program Committee and Forum Lead Organizer; Heather Soyka (Kent State University), Forum Co-chair, Program Committee Co-chair; Rebecca C. Thayer (College of Charleston), Forum Coordinator, Posters and Technical Helen Tibbo (UNC Chapel Hill), Forum Co-founder, Program Committee.                                                                                                                    
 
Online Publication 
Published Interview on Research
* "The Register of Bibliographic References was created by Barbara Ann Opar, with technical support by Hannah Joelle Deichler, edited by Rebecca Siefert, Anna Sokolina, and Margaret Birney Vickery; with gratitude for additional reference lists to Harriet Harriss, Mari Nakahara, and Meral Ekincioglu; to Laura Sánchez Carrasco, the contributor of Spanish references section; for the first round of peer review and contribution—to members of SAH Women in Architecture Registers Committee: Laura Sánchez Carrasco, Gül Kale, Gillian Mahoney, Rebecca Siefert, Anna Sokolina, Nina Stritzler-Levine, and Margaret Birney Vickery; for the second round of peer review and contribution—to SAH WiA AG Officer Danielle S. Willkens.", https://sahwiabibliography.sah.hcommons.org, last accessed on 7.30.2022.
•  Ekincioglu, M. (architectural photographer & scholar), 173 architecture photograghs (from iconic modern and contemporary buildings in and around Cambridge, MA and Boston), SAH Archipedia, authoritative online encyclopedia, published for the Society of Architectural Historians by the University of Virginia Press, https://sah-archipedia.org. 
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For more: http://meralekincioglu.com/10-publication.html
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• Ekincioglu, M. (architectural photographer & scholar), 25 architecture photograghs (from iconic modern and contemporary buildings in and around Cambridge, MA and Boston), SAHARA, a digital image archive developed by the Society of Architectural Historians in collaboration with Artstor and funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, https://sahara.artstor.org/#/login. 
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For more: http://meralekincioglu.com/11-publication.html
Architectural Publication
Published Architectural Photographs 
(SAHARA, digital  image archive)

Ekincioglu, M. (for additional reference list), 2021, SAH Women in Architecture Bibliography,
https://sahwiabibliography.sah.hcommons.org, last accessed on 7.30.2022. (*)
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As an invited member to the SAH-WiA-AG-Registers Committee established in December 2020, I submitted my systematic and comprehensive research study on archival resources and bibliography on diverse women architects and diverse women in architecture by emails in January and February 2021. (total: 41 pages). My submitted and systematic archival resources on diverse women architects (January - February 2021) is "the first" register of this Registers Committee on archives according to its published meeting notes in October 2021. 
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Please see for my submitted systematic research study to this committee by e-mail:.
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Ekincioglu, M., “Diverse Women Architects and Diverse Women in Architecture in Archives / Collections”, my research conducted with my research problem and research method, and submitted to the Society of Architectural Historians-Women in Architecture Affiliated Group-Registers Committee by emails in January and February 2021.
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Please see:
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/352781712_Ekincioglu_M_2021_Diverse_Women_Architects_and_Diversity_in_Women_Architects_in_Archives_and_Collections_my_submitted_research_study_to_Society_of_Architecture_Historians_Women_in_Architecture_Affilia

See for the Society of Architectural Historians-Women in Architecture-Affiliate Group-Register Committee online meeting notes on my submitted, systematic research as their first register on archives:  https://sahwomeninarchitectureaffiliategroup.sah.hcommons.org/sah-wia-ag-registers-committee-fourth-virtual-meeting-agenda-october-15-2021, last accessed on 11.26.2021; and,
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Please see: https://meralekincioglu.blogspot.com/2021/10/my-research-on-archival-sources-is.html