Ünvan: Dr. Öğr. ÜyesiBölüm: Mimarlık BölümüGörevi: AkademisyenE-posta: email@example.comTelefon: 02165780000 (1476)Ofis: GSF Binası, 7i48Çalışma Türü: Tam ZamanlıAkademikBiyografiLisans: Doğu Akdeniz Üniversitesi, Mimarlık Bölümü, 2006 Yüksek Lisans: Florida Üniversitesi, Mimarlık Programı, 2010 Doktora: Florida Üniversitesi, Tasarım, Yapım ve Planlama Programı, 2019 Araştırma Alanları: Mimari Tasarım Fenomenoloji ve Hermenötik Yerel Mimari Yer Yapımı ve Yıkımı Yerin Poetikası Mimari Hikaye Anlatımı Tektonik Tasarla/Yap Verdiği DerslerYapı BilgisiMimari Tasarım II YayınlarKitap Bölümleri Aktuna, Bahar, and Carla Brisotto. “Agripoetic Resistance in Urban Architecture and Planning in the European World.” In Neo-liberalism and the Architecture of the Post Professional Era, edited by Hossein Sadri, 207-28. SpringerNature, April 2018. Aktuna, Bahar, and Charlie Hailey. "Suspended in mid-air: Casting nets and making places between earth and sky at Meteora." In Hermeneutics, Place and Space, edited by Bruce Janz, 61-82. 1st ed. Contributions to Hermeneutics. Springer, April 2017. Makaleler Ahmed, Erum, and Bahar Aktuna. “Graduate Student Symposium Review: Poetic|Ethical Measures of Place and Placemaking, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, April 30, 2018.” Vorkurs 3 (2019). Konferans Sunumları Aktuna, Bahar. “Ruins, Remains, and Ruptures of Dwelling in Postwar Cyprus.” Paper presentation at the 16th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments (IASTE), Coimbra, Portugal, October 4-7, 2018. Aktuna, Bahar. “Standing by the Ruins of Turkish Cypriot Villages in Postwar Cyprus.” Paper presentation at the School of Architecture Graduate Student Symposium, Gainesville, Florida, April 30, 2018. Aktuna, Bahar. “Mood and Meaning in Ruins: Revisiting Deserted Settlements of Turkish Cypriot Community in Southern Cyprus.” Paper presentation at the Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) 71st Annual International Conference, Saint Paul, Minnesota, April 18–22, 2018. Aktuna, Bahar. “World Decay and Place Ruinance in Louroujina Village in Cyprus.” Paper presentation at the 43rd Social Science History Association (SSHA) Conference: Changing Social Connections in Time and Space, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, November 2-5, 2017.