The level of participation of women in labour market is too low %27.5 in Turkey TUİK, 2015 , while the percentage of women academics is 43% YÖK, 2015 . Despite disparities between male and female academics in getting high level administrative positions at universities and regional inequalities, relatively positive picture for female academics in Turkey is also valid for International Relations IR discipline. However, there is not enough comprehensive studies on IR female academics’ professional conditions in Turkey. This article, first, sets out an account on numbers, educational background, research fıelds, publishing frequency and where they usually publish, administrative positions and professional difficulties of female academics in IR working in Marmara Region İstanbul, Edirne, Kocaeli, Yalova ve Sakarya . Hence, it diplays a restricted profile of female IR academics in Turkey. Second, it analyzes these academics’ relations and networks with civil society, media and politics. Overall this article aims to fulfill a gap concerning female academics’ situation in IR discipline in Turkey and to pave the way for further studies by offering an emprical data analysis.