🔗 خوێندنەوە / داونلۆدکردنی پەڕتووکی: The Cambridge History of the Kurds
The Cambridge History of the Kurds
Veli Yadirgi is
The Cambridge History of the Kurds is an authoritative and comprehensive volume exploring the social, political and economic features, forces and evolution amongst the Kurds, and in the region known as Kurdistan, from th
e fifteenth to the twenty-first century. Written in a clear and accessible style by leading scholars in the field, the chapters survey key issues and themes vital to any understanding of the Kurds and Kurdistan including Kurdish language; Kurdish art, culture and literature; Kurdistan in the age of empires; political, social and religious movements in Kurdistan; and domestic political developments in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Other chapters on gender, diaspora, political economy, tribes, cinema and folklore offer fresh perspectives on the Kurds and Kurdistan as well as neatly meeting an exigent need in Middle Eastern studies. Situating contemporary developments taking place in Kurdish-majority regions within broader histories of the region, it forms a definitive survey of the history of the Kurds and Kurdistan.
A comprehensive survey of the social, political and economic features, forces and evolution of the Kurds from 1400 to the present.
About the Author
Hamit Bozarslan is Director of studies École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in Paris. He is the author of a series books on the Kurdish issue and Middle Eastern politics including Histoire de la Turquie: De l'Empire à nos jours (2013), Le luxe et la violence: Domination et contestation chez Ibn Khaldûn (2014) and Révolutions et état de violence: Moyen-Orient, 2011–2015 (2015). He is currently working on the anti-democracy in the twenty-first century.
Cengiz Gunes is Associate Lecturer and Honorary Associate in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the The Open University. He is the author of The Kurdish National Movement in Turkey: From Protest to Resistance (2015) and has published widely on different aspects of Kurdish politics across the Middle East.
Veli Yadirgi is a member of staff in the Department of Development Studies at School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, and member of the London Middle East Institute, Neoliberalism, Globalisation and States, as well as the Centre for Ottoman Studies. He is the author of the double award-winning book The Political Economy of Kurdish Question: From the Ottoman Empire to the Turkish Republic (2017).
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