|Personal Web :
||Faculty Member (Network)
||B.A. Politics, Philosophy and Economics, St. John's College, Oxford, 1962.
Ph.D. 1966. Awarded for thesis entitled 'Afghanistan, Britain, Russia, 1905-21'. Department of History, Australian National University, Canberra.
|Work Experience :
||1962-65 Research Scholar, Australian National University, Canberra.
1965-66 Research Assistant, Department of History, School of Advanced Studies, Australian National University.
1966-67 Research Assistant, Research Department, H.M. Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London.
1967-89 Lecturer in Politics of the Middle East, University of Durham. Promoted to Senior Lectureship, 1982. Elected Chairman of the Board of Studies in Politics, 1985. Member of Faculty Board and University Senate.
1989-95 Senior Lecturer in Politics, Department of Political Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, London.
1995-2002 Reader in Politics with reference to Turkey, School of Oriental and African Studies, London
2002-06: Professor of Turkish Politics, University of London. 2001-4, Chair of the Department of Political Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, London. Appointed Emeritus Professor and retired, September 2006.
From September 2006: Visiting Professor, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Sabanci University, Istanbul.
|The politics of modern Turkey: critical issues in modern politics, Hale, William and Çarkoğlu, Ali (eds.), London: Routledge 2008|
|Hale, William, Turkey, the US and Iraq , London: Saqi Books, February 2007|
|Book Section / Chapter|
|Hale, William, "Christian democracy and the JDP: parallels and contrasts", The Emergence of A New Turkey: Democracy and The AK Parti, Yavuz, Hakan M. (ed.), Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press 2006, 66-87|