Kurdish Studies journal is an interdisciplinary and peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high quality research and scholarship. Kurdish Studies journal is initiated by the members of the Kurdish Studies Network (KSN) and supported by a large group of academics from different disciplines. The journal aligns itself with KSN‘s mission to revitalize and reorient research, scholarship and debates in the field of Kurdish studies in a multidisciplinary fashion covering a wide range of topics including, but not limited to, economics, history, society, gender, minorities, politics, health, law, environment, language, media, culture, arts, and education.
Kurdish Studies offers a universally accessible venue where sound scholarship and research, as well as reviews and debates, are disseminated. The journal establishes a genuine forum for serious discussion and exchange within the Kurdish Studies community, reaching out to a broad audience of students, professionals, policy makers and enthusiasts alike. Kurdish Studies aims to maintain a fair balance between theoretical analyses and empirical studies. Critical and novel approaches and methods are particularly welcome.
Editorial Team of Kurdish Studies: Managing editor of Kurdish Studies journal is Dr Welat Zeydanlioglu who along with Professor Ibrahim Sirkeci, Dr Joost Jongerden, and Dr Janet Klein led the launch of Kurdish Studies drawing on the Kurdish Studies Network in 2012. The editorial team includes Editor-in-chief, Professor Martin van Bruinessen, Associate Editors Dr Wendelmoet Hamelink, Dr Ergin Opengin, Dr Djene Rhys Bajalan, Dr Marlene Schäfers, Dr Sacha Alsancakli, Book Review Editor, Ethem Coban, Copy Editor, Naomi Houghton. Kurdish Studies is also supported by many leading scholars in the field serving as members of the Editorial Advisory Board and Editorial Review Board.
For books to be reviewed, before sending any books for review, the publishers and book reviewers must contact the book review editor, Ethem Coban by email.
ISSN: 2051-4883 | e-ISSN: 2051-4891
Kurdish Studies is abstracted and indexed by SCOPUS, Web of Science and others.
Abbreviated name: Kurd. Stud.