Eda Güçlü has completed her PhD at the Department of History of CEU in 2018. She works on Ottoman urban and legal history, property relations, morality, and political economy. She teaches both modern and Ottoman Turkish at CEU. She also participated in various research projects on different topics regarding Ottoman history. Her publications include:
- “Urban Tanzîmât and Corrupting Property: Women as Petitioners of Honor in Nineteenth-Century Istanbul,” Hawwa: Journal of Women of the Middle East and the Islamic World 15 (2017), 1-34.
- “A “Splendid Calamity and Tanzîmât in the City: The Hocapaşa Fire of 1865 and Property in Disaster Law,” New Europe College Yearbook, 2013-2014 (forthcoming)
- Istanbul Bibliography/İstanbul Bibliyografyası, 2000-2013. Les dossiers de l’IFEA, série: la Turquie aojourd’hui, no. 21 (January 2014).