Ertugrul Gokcekuyu, who teaches at the Islamic University of Applied Sciences of Rotterdam, The Netherlands, visited Hartford Seminary on Oct. 25 to meet with Ph.D. candidates and to give a lecture on “Compatibility of Muslim Identity in Political Institutions.”
Gokcekuyu is also the vice president of the university’s executive board and a member of a research team studying human rights in the Netherlands. In the past, he was a member of the Interfaith Dialogue Program in the Netherlands, a researcher for the Dutch parliament studying the effects of public affairs and communications in the political arena, a lobbyist, and a communications specialist. He studied at the International School of The Hague and at the University of Leiden.
The full lecture can be viewed below.