Serpil Sancar is a Professor in the Faculty of Political Sciences at Ankara University. She is conducting academic studies in the areas of political science and women's studies, in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration. Professor Sancar is teaching in the topics of political theory, feminist theory, political sociology and feminist research methodology, women's rights movements, global political dynamics, relationship of religion and politics, and the gender in Turkish modernization. Professor Sancar is among the founders and the current chair of Ankara University Women's Studies Center. Among Sancar's recent work are Religion, Politics and Women: Iranian Revolution (second edition 2016, Nika Yayınları); Gender of Turkish Modernization: Men Make the State, Women Make Families (İletişim Yayınları, 2012, İstanbul); Feminist Critique in Turkey on the Verge of the 21th Century (collection, parts I and II, Koç University Publications, İstanbul, September 2011); Masculinity: Impossible Power/ Men in Family, Market and Street (Metis Yayınları, İstanbul, 2009); Adventure of the Ideology: From False Consciousness and Hegemony to Discourse (İmge Yayınevi Ankara, 2009).