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Number of Pages: 226
Genre: Political Science
Sub-Genre: International Relations
Series Title: Kurdish Societies, Politics, and International Relations
Publisher: Lexington Books
Book theme: General
Street Date: June 27, 2019
Item Number (DPCI): 247-64-0069
Due to its scientific exigences, its remarkable inner coherence and to its stimulant richness of angles and sources, Kurds in Turkey: Ethnographics of Heterogeneous Experiences is a highly original contribution to the Kurdish studies (and beyond). Fueled by deep and always reflexively conducted field-researches, by a striking command of languages at play and by abundant first-hand materials, this groundbreaking book opens new perspectives on the topic, by entering in deep into till now neglected matters. Going far beyond the state-centered and "macro-identities" centered narratives generally available when ordinary dealing with "Kurdish issue", Kurds in Turkey... provides vivifying, courageous and full of promise counter-narrative tracks, grounded on solid social-sciences methodologies and theories.--Jean-Franï¿½ois Pï¿½rouse, former head of the French Institute for Anatolian Studies (IFEA)
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