– “1941 Resolutions of El-Hidaje in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a Case of Traditional Conflict Transformation“, EJEPS (European Journal of Economic and Political Studies), Vol. 3, No. 2, Jan. 2011, pp. 73-83.
– 20. yüzyıl Bosna’sında bir tartışma: Türkiye’ye göç hicret sayılır mı?”, Toplumsal Tarih, 201 (Sep. 2010), pp. 28-31.
– “Dort sutun, bir ogul ve bir ulke: Aliya`nin dusunce dunyasina dair bir portre denemesi,” (Four fundamentals, a son and a country: A portrait of the intellectual world of Alija), Dogudan, No. 9 (2009).
– “Mujahidin in Bosnia: From Ally to Challenger,” ISIM Review, 21 (Spring 2008), pp. 14-15.
– “Yunanistan ve Yeni bir Azınlık Siyasetinin Gerekliliği” (Greece and the Need for a Revised Minority Politics), Yonetisim, Vol.1, No.1, Spring 2003, pp. 17-23.
– “Recognition and Identity: The Case of the Baha’i Faith”, Alternatives, Vol.1, No.1, Spring 2002.
– “Ortak bir Geçmişin Son Yadigarı, Edirne Büyük Sinagogu” (The Last Heritage of a Common Past, The Grand Synagogue of Edirne), Toplumsal Tarih (98), February 2002: 22-27.
– “Islamcılık= mağlubiyetin parolası mı?” (Islamism= the password of the defeat?), Birikim (147), July 2001: 60-69.
– 50. Kurulus Yilinda Avrupa Birligi, Turkler ve Siyasi Katilim, (European Union in its 50th Anniversary, Turks and Political Participation), Proceedings of the 6th Symposium of Turkish Periodicals in Europe, Amsterdam: Turkevi, 2008.
– “Faith-based NGOs and Peacebuilding in Bosnia and Herzegovina”, in Lee Marsden (ed.), Religion and Conflict Resolution, UK: Ashgate, 2012.
– “Islamic Religious Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina between coexistence and segregation,” in W. Cole Durham, Tore Lindholm, Rik Torfs, David Kirkham (eds.), Islam in Europe: Emerging Legal Issues, Volume II, UK: Ashgate, 2012.
– “Muslims, Bosnians and Bosniaks shaped among Sarajevo, Sandžak and Belgrade”, in in András Máté-Tóth and Cosima Rughiniş (eds.), Spaces and Borders: Current Research on Religion in Central and Eastern Europe, Berlin: De Gruyter, September 2011, pp. 65-80.
– “Bosnian Intellectuals and the Idea of Bosnianhood: Key do Deadlock?,” in Iraklis Paraskakis and Andrej Luneski (ed.), Proceedings of the 3rd Annual South-east European Doctoral Student Conference, Thessaloniki: South-East European Research Centre, 2008.
Conference Papers and Seminars
– “Remembering in-between object and subject: Memory Studies in Turkish Academia,” International Conference on Perspectives in (post)conflict academia and society: Opening spaces for critically assessing and rethinking history and memory, University of Zurich and University of Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, 14-16 March 2013.
– “Commemorating Tradition, Mapping Post-War Peacebuilding: The Role of Elites in the Use of Religio-National Commemorations in Bosnia and Herzegovina”, Interdisciplinary and Comparative Approaches to Ethnic Conflict, Sabancı University, Turkey, 5-6 May. 2012.
– “The Bosnian Ulama cultivating peace through negotiation of cultural memory”, paper presented at the International Praxis Conference on Cultural Memory and Coexistence, Fatih University,İstanbul, 18-19 March 2011.
– “Muslimhood, Bosnianhood and Bosniakhood shaped between Sarajevo, Sandžak and Belgrade,” paper presented at the REVACERN Final Conference, coordinated by the Department for the Study of Religions, University of Szeged, Budapest, Hungary, 13-14 November 2009.
– “Between Muslimhood, Bosnianhood and Bosniakhood: Muslim Religious Elite in Bosnia and Herzegovina on the Issue of Inter-Communal Relations,” lecture delivered at the Hungarian Institute of International Affairs, Budapest, Hungary, 22 May 2009.
– “Official Ulama and Bosniaks towards the ‘new’ and the ‘old’ others,” project paper presented at the REVACERN Conference, coordinated by the Department for the Study of Religions, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary, 18-21 May 2009.
– “Religion, Nation and the Motherland: Bosnian Ulama as the Custodian of Collective Memory through Religious Advices,” paper presented at the 14th Annual World Convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities on Imagined Communities, Real Conflicts, and National Identities, Columbia University, NY, 23-25 April 2009.
– “Ulama and Fatwas: Dissemination and Diversification of Religious Authority in Bosnia and Herzegovina,” paper presented at the International Conference, “Administration of Islamic Affairs in Secular States- Southeast European Experience,” organized by Islam in South East Europe Forum and the King Baudouin Foundation, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 17-19 April 2009.
– “Insan Haklari, Baris ve Guvenlik Ekseninde Avrupa Birligi Vizyonu ve Bosna-Hersek,” (The Vision of the European Union and Bosnia-Herzegovina within the Context of Human Rights, Peace and Security), paper presented at the 7th Symposium of Turkish Periodicals in Europe, European Union, Turkish Speaking Communities and Human Rights, Rotterdam, 15 November 2009.
– “Encouraging Common Sense in Troubled Times: 1941 Resolutions of El-Hidaje in Bosnia as a Case Study of Religious Conflict Transformation,” paper to be presented in the Sixth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Fatih University, Istanbul, Turkey, 15-18 July 2008.
– “Bosnian Intellectuals and the Idea of Bosnianhood: Key do Deadlock?,” Presented in the 3rd Annual South-East European Doctoral Student Conference, organized by South East European Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY Liberal Studies, Thessaloniki, Greece, 26-27 June 2008.
– “Pluralism without Secularization: Islamic Religious Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina- Between Belonging and Exclusion,” paper presented in Emerging Legal Issues Involving Islam in Europe: Part II- A Conference of Experts, organized by The International Center for Law and Religion Studies at Brigham Young University and the Legal Studies Department of Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, 13-14 June 2008.
– “Being Bosnian: The Muslim Way,” Presented at ISIM Ph.D. Seminars, 29 January 2008.
– “Organizing and Sustaining Hegemony: a Gramscian perspective on the Islamic Community and Wahhabism in Bosnia,” presented in the 2nd Annual South-East Europe Doctoral Student Conference, organized by South-East European Research Center of the University of Sheffield and CITY Liberal Studies, 22-23 June 2007, Thessaloniki, Greece.
– “Balkanlarda Osmanli Hosgorusu ve Bosna Ornegi” (Ottoman Tolerance in the Balkans: The Case of Bosnia), presented in the Conference, “Living Together under the Same Sky”, organized by Turkshuis, 20 May 2007, Zaandam, the Netherlands.
– “The Bosnian Ulama and the Negotiation of Islamic Revivalism in Multi-Ethnic Bosnia,” presented at ISIM Ph.D. Seminars, 23 January 2007.
-“Ortodoks Hristiyanlığı ve “Büyük Avrupa”da Çoğulculuk Siyaseti: Uyuşmazlık mı Dönüşüm mü?” (Orthodox Christianity and the Politics of Pluralism in “Wider Europe”: Conflict or Transformation?), Presented at the 2nd Graduate Conference of the Turkish Association of Political Science, Bilgi University, Istanbul, 23 October 2004.