Selected Recent Publications

2017- Kamila Klingorova and Banu Gökarıksel, “ ‘God was with me everywhere’: Women’s embodied practices and everyday experiences of sacred space,” Gender, Place, & Culture. DOI 10.1080/0966369X.2017.1398138 (published online on 13 November 2017)

2017 – Banu Gökarıksel and Sara Smith, “Intersectional Feminism Beyond U.S. Flag Hijabs and Pussy Hats in Trump’s America,” Gender, Place, & Culture, 24, 5:628-644. DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2017.1343284 (published online on 6 July 2017)

2017 – Banu Gökarıksel and Anna Secor, “Devout Muslim Masculinities: The Moral Geographies and Everyday Practices of Being Men,” Gender, Place, & Culture, 24, 3, 381-402. DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2017.1314948 (published online on 29 April 2017)

2016 – Banu Gökarıksel and Anna Secor, “The post-Islamist problematic: questions of religion and difference in everyday life”. Social & Cultural Geography, 1–20. http://doi.org/10.1080/14649365.2016.1210669

2016 – Sara Smith (lead editor), Nathan Swanson, and Banu Gökarıksel, Special Section: Territory, Bodies, and Borders, Area, 48, 3.

2016 – Banu Gökarıksel and Sara Smith, “Making America great again”?: The fascist body politics of Donald Trump. Political Geography. doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2016.07.004.

2015 – Banu Gökarıksel and Anna Secor, “Postsecular geographies and the problem of pluralism: Religion and everyday life in Istanbul, Turkey,” Political Geography, 46. doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2014.10.006

2015 – Banu Gökarıksel and Anna Secor, “Islam on the catwalk,” in Stan Brunn ed. Changing World Religion Map, March, Volume 4, Chapter 11.6. Springer: New York and London.

2014 – Banu Gökarıksel and Anna Secor, “The Veil, Desire, and the Gaze: Turning the Inside Out,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 40, 1, 177-200.

2013 – Banu Gökarıksel and Anna Secor, ‘”You can’t know how they are inside”: The Ambivalence of Veiling and Discourses of the Other in Turkey,” in Peter Hopkins, Lily Kong, and Elizabeth Olson eds. Religion and Place: Landscape, Politics, and Piety. 2013. Springer Press: Dordrecht.

2012 – Banu Gökarıksel, “The Intimate Politics of Secularism and the Headscarf: The Mall, the Neighborhood, and the Public Square in Istanbul” Gender, Place, and Culture, 19, 1, 1-20.

2012 – Banu Gökarıksel and Anna Secor, “‘Even I Was Tempted:’ The Moral Ambivalence and Ethical Practice of Veiling-Fashion in Turkey,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, DOI:10.1080/00045608.2011.601221

2010 – Banu Gökarıksel and Ellen McLarney eds. Special Issue: “Muslim Women, Consumer Capitalism and Islamic Culture Industry” Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies, 2010, 6, 3. http://inscribe.typepad.com/inscribe_journal/2010/07/muslim-women-consumer-capitalism-and-the-islamic-culture-industry.html

2010 – Banu Gökarıksel and Ellen McLarney, “Introduction: Muslim Women, Consumer Capitalism and Islamic Culture Industry” Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies, 2010, 6, 3, 1-18.

2010 – Banu Gökarıksel and Anna Secor, “Between Fashion and Tesettür: Marketing and Consuming Women’s Islamic Dress” Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies, 2010, 6, 3, 118-148.

2010 – Banu Gökarıksel and Anna Secor, “Islamic-ness in the Life of a Commodity: Veiling-Fashion in Turkey” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 2010, 35, 313-333.

2009 – “Beyond the officially sacred: religion, secularism, and the body in the production of subjectivity,” September 2009, Social and Cultural Geography, 10, 6, 657-674.

2009 – Banu Gökarıksel and Anna Secor, “New transnational geographies of Islamism, capitalism and subjectivity: The veiling-fashion industry in Turkey”, 2009, Area, 41, 1, 6-18.

2007 – “Feminist Geography of Veiling: Gender, Class and Religion in the Making of Modern Spaces and Subjects in Istanbul”, in Karen Morin and Jeanne Kay Guelke eds Women, Religion, and Space, 2007, pp. 61-80. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.

2005 – Banu Gökarıksel and Katharyne Mitchell, “Veiling, Secularism and the Neoliberal Subject: National Narratives and Supranational Desires in Turkey and France”, Global Networks, 2005, 5, 2, 147-165.