• Ekincioğlu, M., 2002, “References from Architecture to Philosophy, and from Philosophy to Architecture”, in “Architecture - Philosophy I”, Şentürer, A., Atasoy, A., Ural, Ş. (Eds.), YEM Publishing Company, Istanbul, pp. 104-113. (Published presentation).
• Unfolding the Turkish Chapter at MIT Architecture, 2017, architectural research and the text by Dr. Ekincioglu, producer: Hurriyet Aydin Ok.
(Archival and scholarly research, architectural text, photographs of the MIT Cambridge Campus, the final architectural review of this short documentary film by Dr. Ekincioglu. Post-production of this sjort documentary film is in-progress.).
For its text and visual materials: https://www.slideshare.net/MeralEkincioglu/a-short-documentary-film-on-architecture-by-dr-meral-ekincioglu
• The MIT Chapel, 2017, Turkish-American TV, architectural text by Dr. Ekincioglu, producer: Dr. Hurriyet Aydin Ok, US.
(Architectural text of the film, obtaining official permission for the filming from MIT, coordination of communication MIT and Turkish American TV, coordination of filming on-site, architectural photographs of the MIT-Chapel, obtaining copyright permission of the background classical music by Gulsin Onay, world-renowed woman virtuoso from Turkey and the soloist of the Presidential Symphony in Ankara by Dr. Ekincioglu).
• Aliye Pekin Celik Story, 2016, Turkish-American TV, interview by Dr. Ekincioglu, producer: Hurriyet Aydin Ok.
This short documentary film is based on advanced academic research project by Dr. Meral Ekincioglu at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture Program.
For the file of this short documentary film: https://www.slideshare.net/MeralEkincioglu/a-short-documentary-film-on-the-first-woman-architect-from-princeton-university-by-dr-ekincioglu
(Archival research, scholarly and architectural studies on women in architecture, interview with the architect, coordination of communication between Turkish-American TV and the architect, photographs of Princeton University, Robert Geddes, the United Nations, obtaining the copyright permission of background music by Gulsin Onay, world-renowed woman virtuoso from Turkey and the soloist of the Presidential Symphony in Ankara, and the final architectural review of this short documentary film by Dr. Ekincioglu.).
This short documentary film was announced by the following academic and architectural institutions, organizations:
•Princeton University Alumni Weekly, official online social networking platform: https://www.facebook.com/pawprinceton/?fref=ts, May 15th 2016.
•Architexx, NYC based, non-profit organization on women in architecture, official online social networking platform: https://www.facebook.com/ArchiteXX-126541934182762/, June 15th, 2016.
•Architecture+Women.NZ, official online social networking platform: http://www.architecturewomen.org.nz/, June 16th, 2016.
•International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA)
A joint program of the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech; https://www.facebook.com/InternationalArchiveofWomeninArchitecture/?fref=nf, June 20th 2016.
•Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, @ WomenInDesignGSD, https://www.facebook.com/WomenInDesignGSD/?fref=ts, June 29th 2016.
•Pritzker Recognition for Denise Scott Brown;
https://www.facebook.com/PritzkerForBrown/?fref=nf, June 29th 2016.