Can Dündar (1961, Ankara) studied journalism at Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science in 1982 and later attended the London School of Journalism in 1986. He earned his Master’s Degree from the Middle Eastern Technical University, Department of Political Sciences in 1988 and his phD from the same department in 1996. Journalist, lecturer, and documentarian, Dündar has also written over two dozen books, worked as an anchorman on TV news and produced many television programs. He was Editor-in-Chief of the venerable daily newspaper Cumhuriyet. In May 2015 he was sentenced to imprisonment for five years and ten months for ‘leaking secret information of the state’. He currently lives in exile.
Demirkırat; Sarı Zeybek (Yellow zeybek), 1994; Gölgedekiler (The ones in the shadow),1995; Hayata ve Siyasete Dair (About Life and Politics), 1995; Yağmurdan Sonra (After the Rain), 1996; Ergenekon (The first book on Ergenekon), 1997; Yarim Haziran (My Love June), 1998; Benim Gençliğim (My youth), 1999; Köy Enstitüleri (Village Institutions), 2000; Yaveri Atatürk’ü Anlatıyor (Atatürk’s assistant talks about him), 2001; Nereye? (Where to?), 2001; Uzaklar (Far away places), 2002; Yükselen Bir Deniz (Rising Sea), 2002; Savaşta Ne Yaptın Baba? (What did you do in the war, father?), 2003; Büyülü Fener (Magic Lantern), 2003; Duvar (Wall) – a tale written with his son, Ege, 2003; Bir Yaşam İksiri (A life potion), ; Mustafa Kemal Aramızda (Mustafa Kemal is Among Us), 2003; Yıldızlar (The stars), 2004; İlk Türk Hititoloğu: Sedat Alp, (First Turkish hittitologue: Sedat Alp), 2004; Kırmızı Bisiklet (Red Bike), 2005; Nazım, 2005; Karaoğlan (A Book on Bülent Ecevit), with Rıdvan Akar, 2006; Vehbi Koç, 2006; İsmet Paşa, 2006; Yüzyılın Aşkları (The loves of the century), 2006; Yakamdaki Yüzler (The faces on my collar), 2007; Ben Böyle Veda Etmeliyim (I should say goodbye like that), 2008; Lüsyen, 2010; Aşka Veda (Farewell to Love), 2012; Abim Deniz (My Brother Deniz), 2014; Tutuklandık (We are Arrested), 2016
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