The Kurds and the Politics of Turkey: Agency, Territory and Religion (Kurdish Studies)De (autor) Deniz Çifçi
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 08 Aug 2019
Presents a varied and nuanced look at Kurdish political agency in Turkey.
Deniz Çifçi holds his MPhil in Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion from the University of Cambridge and holds a Ph.D. in Political Science and IR from Turkey. He is an advisor at the Centre for Turkish Studies in London.
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONSLIST OF ABBREVIATIONSACKNOWLEDGMENTSPREFACEINTRODUCTION1. DEFINING THE POLITICAL MODELS THE KURDS DEMAND2. KURDISH IDENTITY3. HISTORY OF VARIATION IN THE KURDS' POLITICAL DEMANDS: 1920-19804. DEMAND FOR DEMOCRATIC AUTONOMY5. DEMAND FOR THE CULTURAL RIGHTS ONLY MODEL6. DEMAND FOR FEDERALISM7. DEMAND FOR A NATION-STATE8. THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF THE RESEARCH FINDINGSCONCLUSIONNOTESBIBLIOGRAPHY