Gizem Dik

Intern

I am a senior student at Ibn Haldun University. With an insatiable curiosity about diverse human phenomena, I study History, Psychology, and Comparative Literature. History of art, psychology of art and social psychology are the three major fields that I engaged in several studies. In social psychological context, I am currently interested in how art of propaganda affects people’s commitment to group identity, the process of radicalization, as well as aggressive attitudes and behaviours of the individuals committed to a certain group. 

In addition to these, I also investigate how aesthetic experience manifests for abstract paintings, the relationship between cognitive evolution and artistic abilities, the 19th and 20th-century art history, and women artists. 

Beyond academia, I actively engage with humanitarian institutions such as IHH and UMHD, assuming substantial responsibilities to aid disadvantaged communities as a human rights activist. Concurrently, I lead the podcast series titled “Roads to Migrate”, delving into the multifaceted dimensions of migration.

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