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A Comparative Study Of English And Kurdish Connectives In Newspaper Opinion Articles
Thesis submitted for the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy
at the University of Leicester
by
Rashwan Ramadan Salih BA, MA
School of English
University of Leicester
2014
International Conference On Genocide Againstthe Kurdish People
Documenting the Genocide Against the Kurds, (Serial No 03)
First Published 2008 Designed by Asso Mamzada Printed in Kurdistan Region-Iraq Araş Press Copies 5000
Kurdistan Region General Directorate of Public Libraries Cataloging Publication Data
International Conference on Genocide Against the Kurdish People No 1858
ISBN: 978-952-92-4258-0
The Sung home: narrative, morality, and the Kurdish nation
Akke Wendelmoet Hamelink
2014
The Sung Home tells the story of Kurdish singer-poets (dengbêjs) in Kurdistan in Turkey, who are specialized in the recital singing of historical songs. After a long period of silence, they returned to public life in the 2000s and are presented as guardians of history and culture. Their lyrics, life stories, and live performances offer fascinating insights into cultural practices, local politics and the contingencies of state borders. Decades of oppression have de
The Archaeology of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and Adjacent Regions
Edited by
Konstantinos Kopanias and
John MacGinnis

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👫Diane Edgecomb
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One of the most versatile voices in the storytelling movement today, Diane has been recognized by Publisher’s Weekly and others as a master of her craft. Her performances range from Solstice Events rich in seasonal mythology to Celtic tales accompanied by harper and vocalist Margot Chamberlain. Aside from classic adaptations of myths and legends, Diane has created numerous original stories including the award-winning family fable Pattysaurus about a dinosaur maniac named Patty, Freddie and the Loon from Maine an upbeat rhyming tale of a New York cabbie who goes in search of a loon, and What Now, Cloacina?!!‘ a water conservation tale which has been published in story collections in America, Canada and England. Her personal stories include The Salmon of Wisdom and One Thousand Doorways which chronicles her journeys in the Kurdish region of Turkey, gathering stories in remote mountain villages.
With a style of telling known for rich characterizations and a zany sense of humor, Diane is a regular teller at storytelling and theater venues. She has been featured on NPR, the acclaimed National Storytelling Festival, Charlestown Working Theatre and has been invited to be Teller in Residence at the International Storytelling Center. Her first CD’s received starred reviews in Publisher’s Weekly and two have received Honors Awards from Storytelling World. An advocate for storytelling, Diane was on the first steering committee of LANES the League for the Advancement of New England Storytelling and is currently the Northeast Regional Director and board member of the National Storytelling Network. Her current project, collecting the unpublished stories of the last Kurdish storytellers in the mountains of Turkey, resulted in her first book “A Fire In My Heart: Kurdish Tales” which was published by Libraries Unlimited, Greenwood Press in January, 2008.
Diane is a storytelling artist on the roster of the Massachusetts Cultural Council and is an approved touring artist on the roster of the New England Foundation for the Arts.

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