Story writer, researcher of literature (b. 1951, Beylekan region / Azerbaijan). Her full name is Tamilla Abbashanlı-Aliyeva. After completing his secondary education, she graduated from Baku State University, Department of Journalism. After a PhD education of four years on American literature, she completed her PhD thesis on "Azerbaycan Amerikan Edebiyatı İlişkileri" (Relations of Azerbaijan and American Literature). She worked as the head academician and as an assistant professor in Baku State University, Department of World Literature. She became an associate professor in 1998.
As well as her story books, a research-study on American literature called “C.F.Kupper”, 103 scientific articles till 2003, a program on Ancient Greece were published. She participated in approximately 40 symposiums, including the ones in various regions of Turkey and joined in two congresses in North Cyprus Turkish Republic. She worked as an academician in Eskişehir Osmangazi University, Department of Turkish Language and Literature between the years 1998 and 2002. At present, she works as an academician in Baku State University, Department of World Literature. Her articles took place in th periodicals of Switzerland and Azerbaijan.
SHORT STORY: Anneler Diyor ki (Mothers say That…, 1997), Koy Annem Ağlamasın (Put It, Mum Shouldn’t Cry, 1998), Vatan Deyip Ölüyorum (I Say “Homeland” and Die, 1998), Vatanımda Vatanımı Özledim (I Missed My Homeland in My Homeland, 2003).
RESEARCH: C.F. Kupper (1997).
REFERENCE: İhsan Işık / Resimli ve Metin Örnekli Türkiye Edebiyatçılar ve Kültür Adamları Ansiklopedisi (2. bas. 2009).