10.7.05

118) Statement of Sixty-Nine U.S. Scholars


Yep, those Armenians sure have their Genocide Industry boiled to a science. Members of their "diaspora" throughout the world do everything in their power to ram their false version of events down people's throats. In the United States, as no doubt elsewhere in the Western World, they have succeeded in changing the wording of history books. On a far more insidious level, the Armenians are constantly at work in attempting to LEGISLATE their version of events... catering well to elected officials who are only to happy to play ethnic politics. . . .

I suppose it must have been the Assembly of Turkish American Associations who decided to do a little fighting back when the Armenian groups besieged Congress with one of their many bills, back in 1985... and Armenian terrorism was running rampant. A group of historians and scholars lent their names to the following statement, which appeared as an advertisement in The New York Times and The Washington Post on May 19, 1985.

"Attention Members of the U.S. House of Representatives..."(A graphic of the actual ad)

In the years since, Armenian terrorism has continued... not with bombs and bullets, but with campaigns of intimidation. Few neutral scholars are brave enough to enter the fray these days, fearing an attack upon their valuable reputations, or other methods of harassment.

ADDENDUM: Holdwater here. It's been around a year since this page was prepared (it's now Feb. 2004), and since Western academicians have apparently been properly intimidated from adding their names to any such updated lists, it looks like over 120 Turkish academicians have now taken the helm. (I guess they don't have to fear surveys from Israel Charny, putting them under the microscope of "denialism"... as the so-called genocide scholar did with the ones from 1985.) The new additions have been added below.


Attention Members of the U.S. House of Representatives

The undersigned American academicians who specialize in Turkish, Ottoman and Middle Eastern studies are concerned that the current language embodied In House Joint Resolution 192 is misleading and/or inaccurate in several respects. Specifically, while fully supporting the concept of a “National Day of Remembrance of Man’s Inhumanity to Man,” we respectfully take exception to that portion of the text which singles out for special recognition: “... the one and one half million people of Armenian ancestry who were victims of genocide perpetrated in Turkey between 1915 and 1923…”

Our reservations focus on the use of the words “Turkey” and “genocide” and may be summarized as follows:

• From the fourteenth century until 1922, the area currently known as Turkey, or more correctly, the Republic of Turkey, was part of the territory encompassing the multi-national, multi-religious state known as the Ottoman Empire. It is wrong to equate the Ottoman Empire with the Republic of Turkey in the same way that it is wrong to equate the Hapsburg Empire with the Republic of Austria. The Ottoman Empire, which was brought to an end in 1922, by the successful conclusion of the Turkish Revolution which established the present day Republic of Turkey in 1923, incorporated lands and peoples which today account for more than twenty-five distinct countries in Southeastern Europe. North Africa, and the Middle East, only one of which is the Republic of Turkey. The Republic of Turkey bears no responsibility for any events which occurred in Ottoman times, yet by naming “Turkey” in the Resolution, its authors have implicitly labeled it as guilty of the “genocide” it charges transpired between 1915 and 1923;

• As for the charge of “genocide:” No signatory of this statement wishes to minimize the scope of Armenian suffering. We are likewise cognizant that it cannot be viewed as separate from the suffering experienced by the Muslim inhabitants of the region. The weight of evidence so far uncovered points in the direction of serious inter-communal warfare (perpetrated by Muslim and Christian irregular forces), complicated by disease, famine, suffering and massacres in Anatolia and adjoining areas during the First World War. Indeed, throughout the years in question. the region was the scene of more or less continuous warfare, not unlike the tragedy which has gone on in Lebanon for the past decade. The resulting death toll among both Muslim and Christian communities of the region was immense. But much more remains to be discovered before historians will be able to sort out precisely responsibility between warring and innocent, and to identify the causes for the events which resulted in the death or removal of large numbers of the eastern Anatolian population, Christian and Muslim alike.

Statesmen and politicians make history, and scholars write it. For this process to work scholars must be given access to the written records of the statesmen and politicians of the past. To date, the relevant archives in the Soviet Union, Syria, Bulgaria and Turkey all remain, for the most part, closed* to dispassionate historians. Until they become available the history of the Ottoman Empire in the period encompassed by H.J. Res. 192 (1915—1923) cannot be adequately known.

We believe that the proper position for the United States Congress to take on this and related issues, is to encourage full and open access to all historical archives, and not to make charges on historical events before they are fully understood. Such charges as those contained in H.J. Res. 192 would inevitably reflect unjustly upon the people of Turkey, and perhaps set back irreparably progress historians are just now beginning to achieve in understanding these tragic events.

As the above comments illustrate, the history of the Ottoman-Armenians is much debated among scholars, many of whom do not agree with the historical assumptions embodied in the wording of H.J. Res. 192. By passing the resolution Congress will be attempting to determine by legislation which side of a historical question is correct. Such a resolution, based on historically questionable assumptions, can only damage the cause of honest historical enquiry, and damage the credibility of the American legislative process.

(The archives in Turkey have been opened since.)

Signatories of the Statement of H.J. Res. 192 addressed to the members of the U.S. House of Representatives:


Rifaat Abou-EI-HaJ Professor of History California Stale University at Long Beach
Sarah Moment Atis Associate Professor of Turkish Language & Literature Univ. of Wisconsin at Madison
Karl Barbir Associate Professor of History Siena College (New York)
Ilhan Basgoz Director of the Turkish Studies Program at the Department of Uralic & Altaic Studies Indiana University
Daniel G. Bates Professor of Anthropology Hunter College, City University of New York
Luke Bates Professor of Art History Hunter College, City College of New York
Gustav Bayerie Professor of Uralic & Altaic Studies Indiana University
Andras G.E. Bodrogligetti Professor of Turkic & Iranian Languages University of California at Los Angeles
Kathleen BurriIl Associate Professor of Turkish Studies Columbia University
Timothy Childs Professorial Lecturer SAIS, Johns Hopkins University
Shafiga Daulet Associate Professor of Political Science University of Connecticut
Roderic Davison Professor of History George Washington University Washington. D.C.
Walter Denny Professor of Art History & Near Eastern Studies University of Massachusetts
Dr. Alan Duben Anthropologist Researcher New York City
Ellen Ervin Research Assistant Professor of Turkish New York University
Caesar Farah Professor of Islamic & Middle Eastern History University of Minnesota
Carter Findley Associate Professor of History The Ohio State University
Michael Finefrock Professor of History College of Charleston
Alan Fisher Professor of History Michigan Stale University
Cornell Fischer Assistant Professor of History Washington University (Missouri)
Peter Golden Professor of History Rutgers University, Newark
Tom Goodrich Professor of History Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Andrew Gould PhD. in Ottoman History Flagstaff, Arizona
William Griswold Professor of History Colorado State University
Tibor Halasi-Kun Professor Emeritus of Turkish Studies Columbia University
William Hickman Associate Professor of Turkish University of California, Berkeley
J.C. Hurewitz Professor of Government Emeritus Former Director of the Middle East Institute (1971-1984) Columbia University
John Hymn Professor of History Glenville State College West Virginia
Halil Inalcik University Professor of Ottoman History & Member of The American Academy of Art & Sciences University of Chicago
Ralph Jaeckel Visiting Assistant Professor of Turkish University of California at Los Angeles
Ronald Jennings Associate Professor of History Asian Studies University of Illinois
James Kelly Associate Professor of Turkish University of Utah Kerim Key Adjunct Professor Southeastern University Washington, D.C.
Metin Kunt Professor of Ottoman History New York City
Frederick Latimer Associate Professor of History, Retired University of Utah
Avigdor Levy Professor of History Brandeis University Bernard Lewis Cleveland E. Dodge Professor of Near Eastern History Princeton University
Dr. Heath W. Lowry Institute of Turkish Studies, Inc. Washington, D.C.
Justin McCarthy Associate Professor of History University of Louisville
Jon Mandaville Professor of the History of tire Middle East Portland State University (Oregon)
Michael Meeker Professor of Anthropology University of California at San Diego
Rhoads Murphey Assistant Professor of Middle Eastern Languages & Cultures and History Columbia University
Thomas Naff Professor of History & Director, Middle East Research Institute University of Pennsylvania
Pierre Oberling Professor of History Hunter College of the City University of New York
William Ochsenwald Associate Professor of History Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Robert Olson Associate Professor of History University of Kentucky
William Peachy Assistant Professor of the Judaic & Near Eastern Languages & Literatures The Ohio State University
Donald Quataert Associate Professor of History University of Houston
Howard Reed Professor of History University of Connecticut
Dankwart Rustow Distinguished University Professor of Political Science City University Graduate School New York
Ezel Kural Shaw Associate Professor of History California State University, Northridge
Stanford Shaw Professor of History University of California at Los Angeles
Elaine Smith PhD. In Turkish History Retired Foreign Service Officer Washington, D.C.
Grace M. Smith Visiting Lecturer In Turkish University of California at Berkeley
John Masson Smith, Jr. Professor of History University of California at Berkeley
Dr. Svat Soucek Turcologist, New york City
Robert Stash Assistant Director of the Middle East Center University of Utah
June Starr Associate Professor of Anthropology SUNY Stoneybrook
James Stewart-Robinson Professor of Turkish Studies University of Michigan
Dr. Philip Stoddard Executive Director Middle East Institute Washington, D.C.
Frank Tachau Professor of Political Science University of Illinois at Chicago
Metin Tamkoc Professor of International Law & Relations Texas Tech University
David Thomas Associate Professor of History Rhode Island College
Margaret L. Venzke Assistant Professor of History Dickinson College (Pennsylvania)
Warren S. Walker Horn Professor of English & Director of the Archive of Turkish Oral Narrative Texas Tech University
Donald Webster Professor of Turkish History, Retired
Walter Welker Professor of Political Science Rutgers University
John Woods Associate Professor of Middle Eastern History University of Chicago
Madeline Zilfi Associate Professor of History University of Maryland




(INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATIONS ARE NOTED FOR IDENTIFICATION PURPOSES ONLY)

Holdwater: Practically every single one of the above academicians has been intimidated away from this debate, through the use of pro-Armenian terror tactics (principally the "smear campaign" weapon) used by such extremists as Peter Balakian and Israel Charny.

Here is a page examining how Israel Charny committed "Rufmord" (Murder) on the reputations of the above scholars.


DECLARATION BY TURKISH ACADEMICIANS ON THE TURKISH-ARMENIAN PROBLEM (23 Nisan 2001, 23 April 2001)

WE, THE TURKISH ACADEMICIANS,

…before the entire humanity, protest in the strongest possible language, the actions of the Armenian Diaspora* that involve waging endless, hostile campaigns against Turkey and Turks at every opportunity, in a manner detrimental to world peace and harmony, contrary to scholarly and historical facts, principles, and human judicial criteria.

We do condemn also those persons and organizations who have been acting relentlessly since the early 1800s, in violation of established legal norms, relatively peaceful circumstances and prosperity; displaying a prejudicial posture against the Turkish nation and Turkish history, and all other historical truths and scholarly principles in general; conducting and abetting insidious campaigns; ignoring the validity of decent comportment;

violating all forms of human rights in obliterating the indigenous Turkish and Muslim population in an act of genocide;
dismissing and denying, despite historical evidence to the contrary,
any and all torture, atrocities, and massacres victimizing millions of Turks and other Ottoman Muslims since the 1800s, but especially during the Balkan Wars of 1911-1914, and the First World War of 1914-1918, in the areas of the Balkans, Anatolia, and the Caucasus primarily by Armenians in the latter two regions.

We are, hereby, inviting all academicians and specialists;

who have become knowledgeable on the issues of how Turks, Armenians, and other Muslim and Christian peoples of the area experienced similar horrors of a civil war within a world war, mainly resulting from the planting of seeds of hatred by the imperialist powers of the day as part of their grand designs for Ottoman lands based on "divide and rule" principle;

to collaborate in scientific clarity, objectivity, and integrity and expose the truth for the sake of humanity.

Our heartfelt desire is to establish equitable and lasting peace in this part of the planet and beyond, to help all parties involved launch sincere efforts to create, once again, an atmosphere of peaceful cohabitation, cooperation, and prosperity for the people of the Republic of Turkey, Azerbaijan, and the Armenian Republic to enjoy, to help cease and desist all anti-Turkish political campaigns so that we can leave our youth and children a peaceful world.

Towards this end, We, the Turkish Academicians, wish to remind the world once again, the Statement made to the House of Representatives of the United States of America, by sixty-nine (69) U.S. Academicians on May 19, 1985 and published in the U.S. media; and in the light of this communiqué, again express, on behalf of the Turkish nation, our gratitude towards our colleagues.

*a term which excludes citizens of Turkey and Armenia proper, but includes most Armenian descendents and citizens of countries other than Turkey and Armenia

(April 23, 2001)

We, the Turkish academicians, whose signatures appear below; believe that the statement, signed by 69 American academicians, who specialize in Turkish, Ottoman and Middle Eastern Studies, and addressed to the U.S. Congress on May 19, 1985; describes the nature and scope of the Turkish-Armenian problem during World War One properly and truthfully; congratulate our colleagues for their courageous stand, and announce to the world our support for them. (23 Nisan 2001 / 23 April 2001)

THE STATEMENT MADE TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BY 69 AMERICAN ACADEMICIANS ON MAY, 19, 1985.

To The Members Of The U.S. House Of Representatives

The undersigned American academicians who specialize in Turkish, Ottoman and Middle Eastern Studies are concerned that the current language embodied in House Joint Resolution 192 is misleading and/or inaccurate in several respects...

(See 1985 Statement from Above)


SIGNATORIES OF THE DECLARATION MADE BY TURKISH ACADEMICIANS ON APRIL 23, 2001, ON THE TURKISH ARMENIAN PROBLEM

Mehmet Aça, Dr., College of Sciences and Literature, Balıkesir University, Balıkesir, Turkey
Ahmet Hadi Adanalı, Assistant Professor, Divinity School, Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey
Gülşen Akdoğan, Ph.D., Department of Instrumentation, Erciyes University, Kayseri, Turkey
Yavuz Akpınar, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Education and Educational Technologies, Boğaziçi University, Ist, Turkey
Tunç Aldemir, Professor, Nuclear Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Şefik Sanal Alkan, Adjunct Professor, Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, UMDNJ, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Piscataway, NJ
Novruz Allahverdi, Professor and Head, Department of Electronics and Computer Education, Selçuk University, Konya, Turkey
Cem Alptekin, Professor and Dean, School of Education, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey
Hilal Altınöz, M.D., Physician of Pulmonary Medicine and Critical Care, SSK Süreyyapaşa Pulmonary and Cardiovascular Diseases Center, Ist, Turkey
Cezmi Akdiş, M.D., Professor, Swiss Institute of Allergy and Asthma Research, Davos, Switzerland
Mübeccel Akdiş, M.D., Ph.D., Swiss Institute of Allergy and Asthma Research, Davos, Switzerland
Halil Akkanat, Dr., College of Law, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey
Şener Akyol, Professor, College of Law, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey
Mushfiq Aleskerli, Researcher, Literature, Baku State University, Baku, Azerbaijan
Elmeddin Alibeyzade, Doctor, Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan, Baku, Azerbaijan
Ethem Alpaydın , Associate Professor of Computer Engineering, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey
Cevdet Emre Alper, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey
Kadir Murat Altıntaş, Ph.D. , Vocational School , Çankaya University, Ankara, Turkey
Musa H. Asyalı, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Ege University, Izmir, Turkey
O. Yavuz Ataman , Professor, Department of Chemistry, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
Mehmet Atlar, Dr., Senior Lecturer and Director of Cavitation Tunnel, Department of Marine Technology, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Ali Ayata, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Medical College, S. Demirel University, Isparta, Turkey
Kemal Aydın, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Selçuk University at Alaaddin Keykubad, Konya, Turkey
Osman Balcı, Professor, Department of Computer Science, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia
Nuri Başoğlu, Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Information Systems, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey
Coşkun Bayrak, Associate Professor, Computer Science Department , University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, Arkansas
Sema Bayraktar, Ph.D., Research Scientist, College of Business, Karaelmas University, Zonguldak, Turkey
Uğur Baysal, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey
Hikmet Başmak, Associate Professor, Medical College, Osmangazi University, Eskişehir, Turkey
Sevda Bekman, Prof essor, College of Education, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey
Güzin Binatlı Bulak, Dr. , Department of Turkish Language, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
Kaya Büyükataman, Dr., Adjunct Lecturer; President, Turkish Forum, East Hartford, Connecticut
Salih Cengiz, Professor of Biochemical Toxicology, Institute of Forensic Sciences, Istanbul University, Ist, Turkey
Mehmet Çamurdan, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Boğaziçi University, Turkey
Gürbüz Çelebi, Professor, Department of Biophysics, Medical School, Ege University, Izmir, Turkey
A. Enis Çetin, Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey
Fevzi Daldal, Professor, Department of Biology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Yaşar Demirel, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals , Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
Melek Demirhan, Associate Professor, Department of Systems Engineering, Yeditepe University, Istanbul, Turkey
A.Eren Doğan, Research Scientist, Department of Economics, Social Sciences Institute, Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey
Zekiye Doğan, Instructor, Department of Computer and Instructional Technologies, Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Turkey
Fatih Doğan, Magister Legum (LL.M-Freiburg) , International Trade Law, Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet-Freiburg, Germany
M. Kerem Doksat, Professor of Psychiatry, Cerrahpaşa Medical School, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey
Yener S. Erozan, Professor, Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Tuba Turan Ertaş, Adjunct Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, San Diego State University, San Diego, California
Duygu Erten , Adjunct Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering , University of Southern California, LA, California
Ferhan Esen, Assistant Professor, Department of Biophysics, Medical College, Osmangazi University, Eskişehir, Turkey
Hamza Esen, Professor, Department of Biophysics, Medical College, Osmangazi University, Eskişehir, Turkey
İsmail İlkin Esen, Professor of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering and Petroleum , Kuwait University, Kuwait
Süleyman Gökoğlu, Ph.D. , Senior Research Scientist , NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio
Nihat Bülent Gültekin, Associate Professor of Finance, Finance Department, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Harun Güngör, Professor, College of Theology, Erciyes University, Kayseri, Turkey
Turgut M. Gür, Ph.D., Technical Director, Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials , Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
Azmi Güran, Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; Baden, Switzerland
Melike Baykal Gürsoy, Associate Professor, Industrial Engineering, Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey, Piscataway, New Jersey
Olgun Güven, Professor, Department of Chemistry, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey
Ziya B. Güvenç, Associate Professor, Associate Dean, Department of Computer Engineering, Çankaya University, Ankara, Turkey
İbrahim H. Güzelbey, Associate Professor and Head of Mechanics Division, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Gaziantep; also Director of Gaziantep Vocational School of Higher Education, Gaziantep, Turkey
Azer H. Hasret, Researcher, Turkish Mythology, Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan, Baku, Azerbaijan
İlhan Helvacı, Assistant Professor, College of Law, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey
Ayla İmre, Adjunct Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, University of Colorado at Denver, Denver, Colorado
İhsan İnan, M.D., Surgeon, Department of Digestive Surgery, Geneva University Hospital, Geneva, Switzerland
Ümran S. İnan, Professor of Electrical Engineering; Director, Space, Telecommunications and Radioscience (STAR) Laboratory, Stanford University, Stanford, Palo Alto, California
Ayhan İstanbullu, Research Scientist, College of Technical Education, Dumlupınar University, Simav, Turkey
Ahmet Karagözoğlu, Assistant Professor, Department of Finance, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York
Beyhan Karahan, Associate Professor, School of Architecture and Design, New York Institute of Technology, New York City
Bekir Karlık , Associate Professor, International Computing Institute, Ege University, Izmir, Turkey
Can Ömer Kalaycı M.D. , Visiting Scientist, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Pulmonary Critical Care Division, Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts
Melih Karakuzu, Assistant Professor, College of Education, Atatürk University, Erzurum, Turkey
Mustafa Keskin, Professor, Department of Physics, Erciyes University, Kayseri, Turkey
Serpil Kışlalıoğlu, Professor, College of Pharmacy, The University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island
Cihat Küçükhüseyin, Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Cerrahpaşa College of Medicine, University of İst,Turkey
Ali R. Köymen, Professor of Physics, The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas
Oya Levendoğlu-Tuğal, Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York
Tülin Mangır, Professor, Computer and Network Engineering and Technology, California State University, Long Beach, California
O. Nalcıoğlu, Director, Health Sciences Research Imaging Center; Vice Chairman of Research, Department of Radiological Sciences; Professor of Medicine, Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Physics, University of California , Irvine, California
Ayşen Gürcan Namlu, Assistant Professor, Computer Education and Instructional Technologies Department, Anadolu University, Eskisehir, Turkey
Ömer Faruk Noyan, Assistant Professor of Geology, College of Engineering, Celal Bayar University, Manisa, Turkey
Yıldırım Omurtag, Founding Dean, School of Engineering, Mathematics and Science, Robert Morris College, Moon Township, Pennsylavania
Ercan Öngör, Professor and Head of Retinal Diseases, Çapa Medical College, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey
Hayrani Öz, Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Aviation, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Hitay Özbay, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Faruk Özcan, Professor, Department of Urology, Medical School, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey
Erdal Özkan, Professor, College of Agriculture, Food Sciences and Environmental Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Erdal Özkan, Associate Professor, Petroleum Engineering Department, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado
İ. Reşat Özkan, Professor Emeritus, Department of Naval and Ocean Engineering, Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey
Ümit Özkan, Professor and Associate Dean, College of Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Talat Özpozan, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Erciyes University, Kayseri, Turkey
Tunç Koray Palazoğlu, Ph.D. , Department of Food Science, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina
Recai Peçen, Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator, Electro-Mechanical Systems, College of Natural Sciences, The University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa
Doğan Perinçek, Associate Professor, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Kuwait University, Kuwait
Manaf Sababi, Ph.D. , Research Scientist, Discovery DMPK , Astrazeneca AB, Lund, Sweden
Ayşe Saktanber, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
Hasan Sevim, Associate Dean and Professor, College of Engineering , Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois
Şahin A. Sırmalı, Professor of Embryology, Medical College, Uludağ University, Bursa, Turkey
Selçuk Somer, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering , Yıldız Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey
Aydın K. Sunol, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of South Florida; Tampa, Florida
Ferat Şahin, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York
Nurettin Şimşek, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technologies, Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey
Sibel Tanberk, Associate Professor, College of Business, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey
Ercüment Tarcan, M. D., Head of 1st General Surgery Division, Atatürk Educational and Research Hospital, Izmir, Turkey
Ömer Tarım, Professor and Director of Pediatric Endocrinology, College of Medicine, Uludağ University, Bursa, Turkey
Mehmet Aziz Tayfun, Professor of Coastal and Ocean Engineering, College of Engineering and Petroleum, Kuwait University, Kuwait
Tarık Tihan, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Mehmet Tomanbay, Professor, Department of Economics, Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey
Cevat Tosun, Fulbright Scholar and Visiting Professor, School of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services, The University of Northern Iowa; also, Associate Professor and Director of School of Tourism and Hotel Management, Mustafa Kemal University, Iskenderun, Hatay, Turkey.
Murat Tunç, Assistant Professor, Düzce Medical School, Abant Izzet Baysal University, Bolu, Turkey
Aydın S. Tunçbilek, Associate Professor, Department of Biology, Erciyes University, Kayseri, Turkey
Aslıhan Turhan, Postdoctoral Fellow, Hematology, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York
Emin G. Türker, Dean, Engineering and Technology, Lakeland Community College, Kirtland, Ohio
Fuat Ulus, M.D., Former Field Associate Professor, Medical School, Department of Psychiatry (1978-83), University of South Dakota
Ömer Usta, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey
Cem Ünsal, Project Scientist, Institute for Complex Engineered Systems, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Bahri Üstünsöz, Associate Professor, Department of Radiology, Health Sciences Center, Louisiana State University, New Orleans, Louisiana
Hüseyin Vural, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
Yavuz Yaman, Professor, Department of Aeronautical Engineering, Middle East Technical University, Ankara
Tuncel M. Yegülalp, Professor of Mining, Henry Krumb School of Mines, Columbia University, New York
Müfit Cemal Yenen, Assistant Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics, GATA School of Medicine, Ankara, Turkey; Visiting Professor, Hopital Edouard Herriot , Departement de Gynecologie, Lyon, France
Metin Yersel , Professor of Physics, Department of Natural Sciences, Lyndon State College, Lyndonville, Vermont
Hasan Yetim, Associate Professor, Department of Food Sciences and Engineering, Atatürk University, Erzurum, Turkey
Okan Yılankaya, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, The University of British Columbia, Canada
Bayram Yılmaz, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Health and Toxicology, State University of New York at Albany, Rensselaer, New York
Uğur Yücelt, Associate Professor, Department of Marketing, School of Business Administration, Penn State-Harrisburg, Middletown, Pennsylvania
Emrehan Zeybekoğlu, Assistant Professor, The School of Foreign Languages, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey



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