Sabri Ciftci is an Associate Professor of Political Science and the Michael W. Suleiman Chair in Arab and Arab-American Studies at Kansas State University. He earned his B.A. in Public Administration and M.A. in Political Theory from Ankara University and his M.S. and Ph.D. in Political Science from Florida State University.
Professor Ciftci specializes in Middle East politics, Islam and democracy, Arab public opinion, and Turkish foreign policy.
Ciftci, Sabri, Muhammad Asif Nawaz, and Tareq Sydiq. “Globalization, Contact, and Religious Identity: A Cross‐National Analysis of Interreligious Favorability.” Social Science Quarterly 97.2 (2016): 271-292.
Ciftci, Sabri, and Ethan M. Bernick. “Utilitarian and modern: clientelism, citizen empowerment, and civic engagement in the Arab world.” Democratization 22.7 (2015): 1161-1182.
Ciftci, Sabri, and Güneş Murat Tezcür. “Soft Power, Religion, and Anti-Americanism in the Middle East.” Foreign Policy Analysis 12.3 (2016): 374-394.