Special issue: Ideological Productions and Transformations: the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and the Left

1 02 2013

European Journal of Turkish Studies, 14, 2012

Special issue on “Ideological Productions and Transformations: the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and the Left” edited by Marrlies Casier and Joost Jongerden

1. Understanding today’s Kurdish movement: Leftist heritage, martyrdom, democracy and gender

– Marrlies Casier and Joost Jongerden

2. The Kurdistan Workers Party and a New Left in Turkey: Analysis of the revolutionary movement in Turkey through the PKK’s memorial text on Haki Karer

– Joost Jongerden and Ahmet Hamdi Akkaya

3. Reassembling the Political: The PKK and the project of Radical Democracy

– Ahmet Hamdi Akkaya and Joost Jongerden

4. ‘Sold Out to the Enemy’: Emerging Symbolic Boundaries in Kurdish Politics and the Strategic Uses of Labeling Treason

– Mustafa E. Gurbuz

5. From Kawa the Blacksmith to Ishtar the Goddess: Gender Constructions in Ideological-Political Discourses of the Kurdish Movement in post-1980 Turkey

– Handan Çağlayan

6. Between integration, autonomization and radicalization. Hamit Bozarslan on the Kurdish Movement and the Turkish Left

– Interview by Marlies Casier and Olivier Grojean

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