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The Kurds: nationalism and politics

Fāliḥ ʻAbd al-Jabbār, Hosham Dawod - Education - 2006 - 344 pages
A landmark study of ethnicity and self-determination in the case of the Kurds.
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The Kurds: A Concise Handbook

Mehrdad R. Izady - History - 1992 - 268 pages
Traces the history of the Kurds, looks at the geography, climate, and resources of their lands, and discusses Kurdish religion, language, literature, politics, and economy
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The Kurds and Kurdistan: A Selective and Annotated Bibliography

Lokman I. Meho - History - 1997 - 356 pages
As the Kurdish question becomes more prominent in Middle Eastern politics, it is attracting attention from the media, the academic community, and governmental and non ...
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The Kurds in Iran: The Past, Present and Future

Kerim Yildiz, Tanyel B. Taysi - History - 2007 - 144 pages
This is one of the first comprehensive accounts of the situation of Kurds in Iran. The authors provide an overview of the issues facing Kurds within the country, and the way ...
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Kurdistan: in the shadow of history

Susan Meiselas, Martin van Bruinessen - History - 1997 - 388 pages
This photodocumentary explores the land and the people of Kudistan, recording the stories of these families who have fled their homes--but not for the first time--after the ...
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The Kurdish National Movement: Its Origins and Development

Wadie Jwaideh - History - 2006 - 419 pages
With insights into Kurdish society and politics, Wadie Jwaideh demonstrates the rich historical roots of the Kurdish national movement, offering an interpretation to the ...
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The Kurdish Nationalist Movement: Opportunity, Mobilization and Identity

David Romano - Political Science - 2006 - 277 pages
First book to analyse the Kurdish question through the lens of social movement theory.
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