Kurdish Studies

ISSN: 2051-4883 | e-ISSN: 2051-4891
Email: editor@kurdishstudies.net

Editorial

Djene Rhys Bajalan
Missouri State University
Welat Zeydanlıoğlu
Kurdish Studies and Kurdish Studies Network
Keywords: Kurdish movements, state of violence, Iraq, Syria, Turkey ,

Abstract

In this issue of Kurdish Studies, the eleventh since our first publication five years ago, we are again fortunate to have a thought-provoking collection of pieces covering a variety of different topics pertaining to the culture, history, and politics of the Kurds. This issue includes two original pieces written by Sacha Alsancakli and Aram Rafaat respectively, as well as a translation by Ethem Çoban of Joachim von Elbe’s 1929 piece Der englisch-türkische Mossulkonflikt [The English-Turkish Conflict of Mosul].

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Keywords

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