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Resource for many Kurdish articles

From
Dialectical Anthropology
Vol. 37, No. 1, March 2013
Published by: Springer

Introduction: the Kurds' ordeal with Turkey in a transforming Middle East(pp. 103-111)
Hisyar Ozsoy

Talking to the ontological other: armed struggle and the negotiations between the Turkish state and the PKK(pp. 113-122)
Harun Ercan

The Syrian uprising and Turkey's ordeal with the Kurds(pp. 123-130)
Seda Altuğ

The AKP's engagement with Turkey's past crimes: an analysis of PM Erdoğan's "Dersim apology"(pp. 131-143)
Bilgin Ayata and Serra Hakyemez

A break or continuity? Turkey's politics of Kurdish language in the new millennium(pp. 145-152)
Mehmet Şerif Derince

Shifting forms of Turkish state paternalism toward the Kurds: social assistance as "benevolent" control(pp. 153-158)
Erdem Yörük and Hişyar Özsoy

The pro-Islamic challenge for the Kurdish movement(pp. 159-163)
Cuma Çiçek

The new constitution and the paradox of Kurdish problem(pp. 165-169)
Ayhan Bilgen

Toward a critique of non-violence(pp. 171-182)
Onur Günay

The Kurdish question in the context of Turkey and Middle East politics: an interview with Noam Chomsky(pp. 183-189)
Dilan Yildirim and Noam Chomsky

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