Editorial

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  • Sacha Alsancakli Université Sorbonne Nouvelle

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https://doi.org/10.33182/ks.v9i2.658

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Editorial, Kurdish Studies , Kurds, Kurdish , Middle East , Sacha Alsancakli

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Author Biography

Sacha Alsancakli, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle

After obtaining a BA in Kurdish Studies (2009) and a Master's degree in History of the Middle East (2012) at the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilisations (Inalco) in Paris, Sacha Alsancakli completed his PhD dissertation on the processes of composition, transmission and reception of the Sharafnāma of Sharaf Khān Bidlīsī in the seventeenth century at Sorbonne Nouvelle university in 2018. He is currently Research and Teaching Assistant at Sorbonne Nouvelle's Department of Oriental studies. Recent publications include several articles on the Sharafnāma and the Diyādīnid/Rōzhikid rulers of Bidlīs, such as "Historiography and language in 17th-century Ottoman Kurdistan: A study of two Turkish translations of the Sharafnāma" (Kurdish Studies 6/2, 2018), “Matrimonial Alliances and the Transmission of Dynastic Power in Kurdistan: The Case of the Diyādīnids of Bidlīs in the Fifteenth to Seventeenth Centuries” (Eurasian Studies 15, 2017), “What’s Old Is New Again: A study of Sources in the Šarafnāma of Šaraf Xān Bidlīsī (1005-7/1596-99)” (Kurdish Studies 5/1, 2017) and “From Bidlīs to Ardabīl via Aleppo and Iṣfahān: On the Circulation of a Manuscript of Šaraf Ḫān Bidlīsī’s Šarafnāma Revised by the Author (1007/1599)” (Eurasian Studies 13, 2015), as well as an account of the history of Kurdish studies in the end of the 18th and 19th centuries (“The Early History of Kurdish Studies (1787-1901)”, Die Welt des Islams 56/1, 2016).

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Published

2021-10-31

How to Cite

Alsancakli, S. (2021). Editorial. Kurdish Studies, 9(2), 153-154. https://doi.org/10.33182/ks.v9i2.658

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