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In this book Susan Meiselas uses a powerful combination of visual and narrative to tell a story about the Kurds who have been marginalised by the new nation states in the region. The West also has helped to complete the Kurdish project, the Book shows.
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This "coffee table"-type book is actually more like a glossy, over-sized textbook on Kurdish history and identity from the 1870s until the 2000s. It is filled with historical photographs, excerpts ...
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