Hacettepe University Faculty of Letters

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Hacettepe University Faculty of Letters
Established 1967
Dean Mehmet Öz
Location Ankara, Turkey
Former names Faculty of Science and Humanities
Website edebiyat.hacettepe.edu.tr

Hacettepe University Faculty Of Letters was established as Faculty of Science and Humanities in 1967. The faculty was inaugurated between 1968-1969 and divided into Faculty of Literature and Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences on July 20, 1982. The Faculty of Letters has the highest student population of Hacettepe University and has 15 academic units.

The faculty is located at Beytepe Campus, Ankara.

Academic units[edit]

Clubs[edit]

  • Archaeology Club: Doç. Dr. Veli KÖSE, Archaeology
  • Bilgi Club: Prof. Dr. Bülent YILMAZ, Information Management
  • Bowling Club: Yrd. Doç. Dr. Orhun YAKIN, Translation
  • Translation Club: Doç. Dr. Aymil DOĞAN, Translation
  • Philosophy Club: Doç. Dr. İsmail DEMİRDÖVEN, Philosophy
  • Communication Club: Doç. Dr. Yunus KOÇ, History
  • Psychology Club: Prof. Dr. Gonca SOYGÜT, Psychology
  • Love and Connection Club: Prof. Dr. Burçin EROL, English Language and Literature
  • Movies and Videos Club : Yrd. Doç. Dr. Orhun YAKIN, Translation
  • History Club: Doç. Dr. Mehmet ÖZDEN, History
  • Social Researchers Club : Yrd. Doç. Dr. Birsen ŞAHİN KÜTÜK, Sociology
  • Traffic Club : Prof. Dr. F. Tulga OCAK, Turkish Language and Literature
  • Turkish Folklore Club : Prof. Dr. Özkul ÇOBANOĞLU, Turkish Folklore

Journal[edit]

Hacettepe University Faculty of Letters has been publishing Edebiyat Fakültesi Dergisi since 1983. The journal is published biannually. It contains news and innovations of humanities along with essays by Turkish and international authors.

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