Çağlar Köseoğlu studied philosophy and literature in the Netherlands, Turkey and the US. He received his second MA in Aesthetics and Politics at California Institute of the Arts on a Fulbright scholarship. He is a Lecturer at Erasmus University College, where he teaches literature, politics and postcolonial theory, and a core tutor of the transdisciplinary minor Re-Imagining Tomorrow through Arts and Sciences, offered jointly by EUC, WdkA and Codarts. For his PhD, he focuses on critical, affective and compositionist pedagogies in the context of race, colonialism and decolonization. He is editor of literary journal nY and member of the poetry advisory commission of the Flemish Foundation for Literature. His poems have appeared among others in Samplekanon, nY, Cabaret Wittgenstein, De Internet Gids and Kunsttijdschrift Vlaanderen. His poetry (chap)book publications are 34 (2015) with Stanza Press and Nasleep (2020) with het balanseer.
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