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  • Ahmadzadeh, Hashem. (2011). Magic Realism in the Novels of a Kurdish Writer, Bakhtiyar Ali. Middle Eastern Literatures. 14(3). pp. 287-299.
  • Aslan, Senem. (2011). Everyday Forms of State Power and the Kurds in the Early Turkish Republic. International Journal of Middle East Studies. 43(1). pp.75-93.
  • Ayata, Bilgin. (2011). Kurdish Transnational Politics and Turkey’s Changing Kurdish policy: The Journey of Kurdish Broadcasting from Europe to Turkey. In: Rumford, Chris (ed.). Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Special Issue: New Perspectives on Turkey. 19(4), pp.523-533.
  • Aydinli, Ersel and Ali Ozcan, Nihat. (2011). The Conflict Resolution and Counterterrorism Dilemma: Turkey Faces its Kurdish Question. Terrorism and Political Violence. 23(3). pp.438-457.
  • Bacik, Gokhan and Coskun, Bezen Balamir. (2011). The PKK Problem: Explaining Turkey’s Failure to Develop a Political Solution. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. 34(3). pp.248-265.
  • Barkey, J. Henry. (2011). Turkey and Iraq: The Making of a Partnership. Turkish Studies. 12(4). pp.663-674.
  • Başer, Bahar. (2011). Swedish Parliament’s Recognition of the Genocide Resolution and its Impact on the Turkish Community in Sweden. Diaspora Studies. 3(2). pp.187-206.
  • Başer, Bahar and Swain, Ashok. (2011). Stateless Diaspora Groups and Their Repertoires of Nationalist Activism in Host Countries. Journal of International Relations. 8(1). pp.37-60.
  • Belge, Ceren. (2011). State Building and the Limits of Legibility: Kinship Networks and Kurdish Resistance in Turkey. International Journal of Middle East Studies. 43(1). pp.95-114.
  • Bengio, Ofra. (2011). The “Kurdish Spring” in Turkey and its Impact on Turkish Foreign Relations in the Middle East. Turkish Stuides. 12(4). pp.619-632.
  • Cameron, Peter D. (2011). Contracts and Constitutions: The Kurdish Factor in the Development of Oil in Iraq. International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies. 5(1). pp.81-99.
  • Casier, Marlies. (2011). Beyond Kurdistan? The Mesopotamia Social Forum and the Appropriation and Re-imagination of Mesopotamia by the Kurdish MovementJournal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies. 13(4). pp.417-432.
  • Casier, Marlies; Jongerden, Joost and Walker, Nic. (2011). Fruitless Attempts? The Kurdish Initiative and Containment of the Kurdish Movement in Turkey. New Perspectives on Turkey. 44. pp.10327.
  • Çaha, Ömer. (2011). The Kurdish Women’s Movement: A Third-Wave Feminism Within the Turkish Context. Turkish Studies. 12(3). pp.435-449.
  • Çiçek, Cuma. (2011). Elimination or Integration of pro-Kurdish Politics: Limits of the AKP’s Democratic Initiative. Turkish Studies. 12(1). pp.15-26.
  • Culcasi, Karen.(2011).Cartographies of Supranationalism: Creating and Silencing Territories in the“Arab Homeland”. Political Geography. 30(?). pp. ??
  • Darıcı, Haydar. (2011). Politics of Privacy: Forced Migration and the Spatial Struggle of the Kurdish Youth. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies. 13(4). pp.457-474.
  • Doğan, Alı Ekber & Yılmaz, Bediz. (2011). Ethnicity, Social Tensions and Production of Space in Forced Migration Neighbourhoods of Mersin: Comparing the Case of the Demirtaş Neighbourhood wiht Newly Established Ones. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies. 13(4). pp.475-494.
  • Efegil, Ertan. (2011). Analysis of the AKP Government’s Policy Toward the Kurdish Issue. Turkish Studies. 12(1). pp.27-40.
  • Ekmekci, Faruk. (2011). Understanding Kurdish Ethno-Nationalism in Turkey: Socio-economy, Religion, and Politics. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 34(9). pp. 1608-1617.
  • Ersanlı, Büşra and Özdoğan, Günay Göksu. (2011). Obstacles and Opportunities: Recent Kurdish Struggles for Political Representation and Participation in Turkey. Southeastern Europe. 35(1). pp.62-94.
  • Fadhil, Ayad Mohammed. (2011). Drought Mapping Using Geoinformation Technology for Some Sites in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region. International Journal of Digital Earth. 4(3). pp. 239-257.
  • Fischer-Tahir, Andrea. (2011). Representations of Peripheral Space in Iraqi Kurdistan. Études Rurales. 186. pp.117-130.
  • Franzén, Johan. (2011). From Ally to Foe: The Iraqi Communist Party and the Kurdish Question, 1958–1975. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. 38(2). pp.169-185.
  • Gambetti, Zeynep & Jongerden, Joost. (2011). Introduction. Special Issue on the Spatial (Re)production of the Kurdish Issue: Multiple and Contradicting Trajectories. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies. 13(4). pp.375-388.
  • Gunter, Michael M. (2011). Arab-Kurdish Relations and the Future of Iraq. Third World Quarterly. 32(9). pp. 1623-1635.
  • Gündoğan, Azat Zana. (2011). Space, State-Making and Contentious Kurdish Politics in the East of Turkey: The Case of Eastern Metings, 1967.  Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies. 13(4). pp.389-416.
  • Him, Miki Suzuki and Hoşgör, Ayşe Gündüz. (2011). Reproductive Practices: Kurdish Women Responding to Patriarchy. Women Studies International Forum. 34(4). pp.335–344.
  • Holgate, J. Pollert, A.,  Keles, J and Kumarappan, L. (2011). Geographies of Isolation: How Workers (Don’t) Access Support for Problems at Work.  Antipode. 43(4), pp. 1078-1101.
  • Karakecili, Fethi. (2011). Notes from the Field: Mem u Zin. Staging a Legendary Kurdish Love Story in Canada. Canadian Folk Music/Musique folklorique canadienne. 45(3). pp.23-27.
  • Kirişci, Kemal. (2011). The Kurdish Issue in Turkey: Limits of European Union Reform. South European Society & Politics. 16(2). pp. 335-349.
  • Larrabee, Stephen F. and Tol, Gönül. (2011). Turkey’s Kurdish Challenge. Survival: Global Politics and Strategy. 53(4). pp. 143-152.
  • Leurs, Rob. (2011). Reliving Genocide: The Work of Kurdish Genocide Victims in the Court of Justice. Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies. 25(2). pp. 296-303.
  • Mahmod, Jowan. (2011). Designing Scripts and Performing Kurdishness in Diaspora: The Online-Offline Nexus. Cultural Policy, Criticism and Management Research. no.5. pp.72-90.
  • Nadje Al-Ali and Nicola Pratt. (2011). Between Nationalism and Women’s Rights: The Kurdish Women’s Movement in Iraq. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication. 4(3). pp.337-353.
  • Nykänen, Johanna. (2011). Turkey’s Kurdish Question and the EU’s Dialogue-less Approach. Perspectives: Review of International Affairs. 19(1). pp.73-84.
  • Othman, Nasih. (2011). Suicide by Self-burning in Iraqi Kurdistan: Description and Factors. Archives of Suicide Research. 15(3). pp. 238-249.
  • Polat, Nihat. (2011). Gender Differences in Motivation and L2 Accent Attainment: An Investigation of Young Kurdish Learners of Turkish. The Language Learning Journal. 39(1). pp. 19-41.
  • Pratt, Nicola. (2011). Between Nationalism and Women’s Rights: The Kurdish Women’s Movement in Iraq. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication. 4(3). pp.339-355.
  • Rydgren, Jens and Sofi, Dana. (2011). Interethnic Relations in Northern Iraq: Brokerage, Social Capital and the Potential for Reconciliation. International Sociology. 26(1). pp.25-49.
  • Scalbert Yücel, Clémence. (2011). Languages and the Definition of Literature: The Blurred Borders of Kurdish Literature in Contemporary Turkey. Middle Eastern Literatures. 14(2). pp.171-184.
  • Scarce, Jennifer. (2011).  Isabella Bird Bishop (1831-1904) and Her Travels  in Persia and Kurdistan in 1890. Iranian Studies. 44(2). pp. 243-250.
  • Tejel, Jordi Gorgas. (2011). State of the Art of Scholarship on Kurds in Syria. Syrian Studies Association Newsletter. 16(1). pp. 18-29.
  • Topbaş, Seyhun. (2011). Implications of Bilingual Development for Specific Language Impairments in Turkey. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics. 25(11-12). pp.989-997.
  • Weiss-Wendt, Anton and Ungor, Ugur Umit. (2011). Collaboration in Genocide: The Ottoman Empire 1915–1916, the German-Occupied Baltic 1941–1944, and Rwanda 1994. Holocaust and Genocide Studies. 25(3). pp.404-437.
  • Yeğen, Mesut. (2011). The 2011 Election and the Kurdish Question. Insight Turkey. 13(4). pp.147-169.
  • Yüksel, Ayşe Seda. (2011). Rescaled Localities and Redefined Class Relations: Neoliberal Experience in South-East Turkey. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies. 13(4). pp.433-455.
  • Wichhart, Stefanie K. (2011). A ‘New Deal’ for the Kurds: Britain’s Kurdish Policy in Iraq, 1941-45. The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History. 39(5). pp. 815-831.


  • Ahmadzadeh, Hashem and Stansfield, Gareth. (2010). The Political, Cultural, and Military Re-Awakening of the Kurdish Nationalist Movement in Iran. The Middle East Journal. 64(1). pp.11-27.
  • Aktoprak, Elçin. (2010). The Kurdish Opening and the Constitutional Reform: Is there any Progress? European Yearbook of Minority Issues. Vol.9. pp.643-667.
  • Alkadiri, Raad. (2010). Oil and the Question of Federalism in Iraq. International Affairs. 86(6). pp.1315-1328.
  • Bartu, Peter. (2010). Wrestling with the Integrity of a Nation: The Disputed Internal Boundaries in Iraq. International Affairs. 86(6). pp.1329-1343.
  • Casier, Marlies. (2010). Turkey’s Kurds and the Quest for Recognition: Transnational Politics and the EU—Turkey Accession Negotiations. Ethnicities. 10(1). pp.3-25.
  • Çalı, Başak. (2010). The Logics of Supranational Human Rights Litigation, Official Acknowledgment, and Human Rights Reform: The Southeast Turkey Cases before the European Court of Human Rights, 1996–2006. Law & Social Inquiry. 35(2). pp.311-337.
  • Demir, Ipek and Zeydanlıoğlu, Welat. (2010). On the Representation of ‘Others’ at Europe‘s Borders: The Case of Iraqi Kurds. Journal of Contemporary European Studies. 18 (1). pp.7-23.
  • Diner, Çağla & Toktaş, Şule. (2010). Waves of Feminism in Turkey: Kemalist, Islamist and Kurdish Women’s Movements in an Era of Globalization. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies. 12(1). pp.41-57.
  • Dixon, Jeffrey & Ergin, Murat. (2010). Explaining Anti-Kurdish Beliefs in Turkey: Group Competition, Identity and Globalization. Social Science Quarterly. 91(5). pp.1329-1348.
  • Eccarius-Kelly, Vera. (2010). Nationalism, Ethnic Rap and the Kurdish Diaspora. Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, 22(4). pp.423-431.
  • Fischer-Tahir, Andrea. (2010). Competition, Cooperation and Resistance: Women in the Political Field in Iraq. International Affairs. 86(6). pp.1381-1394.
  • Gökalp, Deniz. (2010). A Gendered Analysis of Violence, Justice, and Citizenship: Kurdish Women Facing War and Displacement in Turkey. Women’s Studies International Forum. 33(6). pp.561-569.
  • Gülşen, Cheka; Knipscheer, Jeroe and Kleber, Rolf. (2010). The Impact of Forced Migration on Mental Health: A Comparative Study on Posttraumatic Stress Among Internally Displaced and Externally Migrated Kurdish Women. Traumatology. 16(4). pp.109-116.
  • Güney, Aylin. (2010). The People’s Democracy Party. Turkish Studies. 3(1). pp.122-137.
  • Gurses, Mehmet. (2010). Partition, Democracy, and Turkey’s Kurdish Minority. Nationalism  and Ethnic Politics. 16(3). pp.337-353.
  • Hassan, Mohammed Khalis. (2010). Urban Environmental Problems in Cities of the Kurdistan Region in Iraq. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability. 15(1). pp. 59-72.
  • Hough, Christina. (2010). Obscured Hybridity: The Kurdishness of Turkish Folk Music. Pacific Review of Ethnomusicology. vol.15.
  • Iman, Mohmmad and Mohammadpur, Ahmad. (2010). The Impact of Modern Education in the Ouramant Region of Iranian Kurdistan: A Grounded Study. Quality and Quantity. 44(5). pp.893-904.
  • Kaliber, Alper and Tocci, Nathalie. (2010). Civil Society and the Transformation of Turkey’s Kurdish Question. Security Dialogue. 41(2). pp.191-215.
  • Karakoc, Julide. (2010). The Impact of the Kurdish Identity on Turkey’s Foreign Policy from the 1980s to 2008. Middle Eastern Studies. 46(6). pp.919-942.
  • Klein, Janet. (2010). Minorities, Statelessness, and Kurdish Studies Today: Prospects and Dilemmas for Scholars. Journal of Ottoman Studies. Special issue in honor of Rifa’at Abou-el-Haj, pp.225-237.
  • Loizides, Neophytos G. (2010). State Ideology and the Kurds in Turkey. Middle Eastern Studies. 46(4). pp.513-527.
  • Nuruzzaman, Mohammed. (2010). Federalism and State Disintegration – United Pakistan, 1947-1971: Some Historical Lessons for Afghanistan and Iraq. Journal of Asian and African Studies. 45(5). pp.504-521.
  • Phelps, Sandra Marie. (2010). The Limits of Admittance and Diversity in Iraqi Kurdistan: Femininity and the Body of Du’a Khalil. Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions. 11(3-4). pp. 457-472.
  • Pinto, Paulo. (2010). Kurdish Sufi Spaces of Rural-Urban Connection in Northern Syria. Etudes Rurales. no.186. pp. 149-168.
  • Polat, Nihat and Mahalingappa, Laura J. (2010). Gender Differences in Identity and Acculturation Patterns and L2 Accent Attainment. Journal of Language, Identity & Education. 9(1). pp. 17-35
  • Romano, David. (2010). Iraqi Kurdistan: Challenges of Autonomy in the Wake of US Withdrawal. International Affairs. 86(6). pp.1345-1359.
  • Saraçoğlu, Cenk. (2010). The changing image of the Kurds in Turkish Cities: Middle-class Perceptions of Kurdish Migrants in Izmir. Patterns of Prejudice. 44(3). pp. 239-260.
  • Sarigil, Zeki. (2010). Curbing Kurdish Ethno-Nationalism in Turkey: An Empirical Assessment of Pro-Islamic and Socio-Economic Approaches. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 33(3). pp.533-553.
  • Sheyholislami, Jaffer. (2010). Identity, Language, and New Media: The Kurdish Case. Language Policy. 9(4). pp.289-312.
  • Somer, Murat and Liaras, Evangelos G. (2010). Turkey’s New Kurdish Opening: Religious Versus Secular Values. Middle East Policy. 17(2). pp.152-165.
  • Tezcür, Güneş Murat. (2010). When Democratization Radicalizes: The Kurdish Nationalist Movement in Turkey. Journal of Peace Research. 47(6). pp.775-789.
  • Weiss, N. (2010). Falling from Grace: Gender Norms and Gender Strategies in Eastern Turkey. New Perspectives on Turkey. 42, pp.55-76.
  • Westrheim, Kariane. (2010). Choosing the Mountains: The PKK as Alternative Knowledge and Identity Project. Politics, Culture and Socialization. Volume 2. pp.??
  • White, Benjamin Thomas. (2010). The Kurds of Damascus in the 1930s: Development of a Politics of Ethnicity. Middle Eastern Studies, 46(6). pp.901-917.




  • Ahmadzadeh, Hashem. (2007). In Search of Kurdish Novel that Tells Us Who the Kurds Are. Iranian Studies. 40 (5). pp. 579-592.
  • Akihiko, Yamaguchi. (2007). Shah Tahmasb’s Kurdish Policy. The Journal of South Asian Studies. 25. pp. 81-123.
  • Alizadeh, Hooshmand. (2007). Changes Conceptions of Women’s Public Space in the Kurdish City. Cities. 24(6). p. 410-421.
  • Aslan, Senem. (2007). ‘Citizen, Speak Turkish!’: A Nation in the Making. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics. 13(2). pp.245–272.
  • Barkey, Henri J. (2007). The People’s Democracy Party (HADEP): The Travails of a Legal Kurdish Party in Turkey. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. 18(1). pp. 129-138.
  • Blum, Andrew and Çelik, Ayşe Betül. (2007). Track II Interventions and the Kurdish Question in Turkey: An Analysis Using a Theories of Change Approach. The International Journal of Peace Studies. 12(2). pp. 51-81.
  • Çelik, Ayşe Betül and Blum, Andy. (2007). Future Uncertain: Using Scenarios to Understand Turkey’s Geopolitical Environment and its Impact on the Kurdish Question. Ethnopolitics. 6(4). pp. 569-583.
  • Demir, Tansu and Ben-Zadok, Efraim. (2007). Politically Driven Regulations and Enforcement: Monitoring Kurd and Fundamentalist Broadcasts in Turkey. Administration & Society. 39(2). pp.262-293.
  • Gunes, Cengiz. (2007). Kurdish Politics in Turkey: A Question of Identity. International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 21(1 & 2). pp. 17-36.
  • Gunter, Michael M. (2007). Turkey’s Floundering EU Candidacy and Its Kurdish Problem. Middle East Policy. 14(1). pp.117-123.
  • Houston, Christopher. (2007). ‘Set aside from the pen and cut off from the foot’: Imagining the Ottoman Empire and Kurdistan. Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East. 27(2). pp. 391-411.
  • Klein, Janet. (2007). Kurdish Nationalists and Non-Nationalist Kurdists: Rethinking Minority Nationalism and the Dissolution of the Ottoman Empire, 1908–1909. Nations and Nationalism. 13(1). pp.135–153.
  • Marcus, Aliza. (2007). Turkey’s PKK: Rise, Fall, Rise Again? World Policy Journal. 24(1). pp.75-84.
  • Mojab, Shahrzad and Gorman, Rachel. (2007). Dispersed Nationalism: War, Diaspora and Kurdish Women’s Organizing. Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies. 3(1). pp.58-85.
  • Natali, Denise. (2007). The Spoils of Peace in Kurdistan. Third World Quarterly. 28(6). pp.1111-1129.
  • Olson, Robert. (2007). Turkish and Russian Foreign Policy, 1991-1997: The Kurdish and Chechnya Question. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. 18(2). pp. 209-227.
  • Roth, Mitchel P. and Sever, Murat. (2007). The Kurdish Workers Party (PKK) as Criminal Syndicate: Funding Terrorism Through Organized Crime, A Case Study. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism. 30(10). pp. 901-920.
  • Uslu, Emrullah. (2007). Turkey’s Kurdish Problem: Steps Toward a Solution. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. 30(2). pp.157-172.
  • Yeğen, Mesut. (2007). Turkish Nationalism and the Kurdish Question. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 30(1). pp.119–151.
  • Yeğen, Mesut. (2007). ‘Jewish-Kurds’ or the New Frontiers of Turkishness. Patterns of Prejudice. 41(1). pp.1-20.


  • Atalar, M. Kürşad. (2006). Hizballah of Turkey: A Pseudo‐Threat to the Secular Order? 7(2). Turkish Studies. pp.307-331.
  • Cockayne, James and Malone, David. 2006). Creeping Unilateralism: How Operation Provide Comfort and the No-Fly Zones in 1991 and 1992 Paved the Way for the Iraq Crisis of 2003. Security Dialogue. 37(1). pp.123-141.
  • Culcasi, Karen. (2006). Cartographically Constructing Kurdistan within Geopolitical and Orientalist Discourses. Political Geography. 25(6). pp.680–706.
  • Çelik, Ayşe Betül and Rumelili, Bahar. (2006). Necessary but not Sufficient: The Role of the EU in Resolving Turkey’s Kurdish Question and the Greek-Turkish Conflicts. European Foreign Affairs Review. 11(2). pp. 203-222.
  • Dawoody, Alexander. (2006). The Kurdish Quest for Autonomy and Iraq’s Statehood. Journal of Asian and African Studies. 41(5-6). pp.483-505.
  • Grossman, Alan and O’Brien, Áine. (2006). Kurdish Lyrical Protest: The Terrain of Acoustic Migration.  Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 32(2). pp.271-289.
  • Husni, Mariwan, Taylor, Fiona and Koye, Narmen. (2006). Medical Education and Health Care in Iraqi Kurdistan in the Last Four Decades. Medicine, Conflict and Survival. 22(4). pp. 292-298.
  • Özcan, Ali Kemal. (2006). The Nature and Resource Field of the Kurdish Resistance in Turkey: A Dormant Resource. Middle Eastern Studies. 41(3). pp. 391-406.
  • Ronayne, Maggie. (2006). Archaeology against Cultural Destruction: the Case of the Ilisu Dam in the Kurdish Region of Turkey. Public Archaeology. 4. pp.223-236.
  • Scalbert-Yücel, Clémence and Le Ray, Marie. (2006). Knowledge, Ideology and Power: Deconstructing Kurdish Studies. European Journal of Turkish Studies. 5.
  • Sever, Aysan and Bağlı, Mazhar. (2006). Levirat and Sororat Marriages in Southeastern Turkey: Intact Family or Sanctified Incest? Women’s Health and Urban Life. 5(1). pp.27-47.
  • Van Bruinessen, Martin. (2006). Interview with Martin van Bruinessen:  ‘I Would be Sitting in the Village Room where People Gather. European Journal of Turkish Studies, Thematic Issue N°5  (Power, Ideology, Knowledge – Deconstructing Kurdish Studies).
  • Van Den Bos, Matthijs and Nell, Liza. (2006). Territorial bounds to Virtual Space: Transnational Online and Offline Networks of Iranian and Turkish–Kurdish Immigrants in the Netherlands. Global Networks: A Journal of Transnational Affairs. 6(2). pp.201-220.
  • Yüksel, Metin. ( 2006). The Encounter of Kurdish Women with Nationalism in Turkey. Middle Eastern Studies. 42(5). pp. 777-802.
  • Watts, Nicole F. (2006). Activists in Office: Pro-Kurdish Contentious Politics in Turkey. Ethnopolitics. 5(2). pp.125–144.
  • Winter, Stefan. (2006). The Other Nahdah: The Bedirxans, the Millîs and the Tribal roots of Kurdish Nationalism in Syria. Oriente Moderno, 86(3). pp. 462-473.


  • Allison, Christine. (2005). Kurdish Autobiography, Memoir and Novel : Ereb Shemo and his Successors. Studies on Persianate Societies. 3. pp.97-118.
  • Anderson, Liam and Stansfield, Gareth. (2005). The Implications of Elections for Federalism in Iraq: Toward a Five-Region Model. Publius: Journal of Federalism. 35. pp.359-382.
  • Ayata, Bilgin and Yükseker, Deniz. (2005). A Belated Awakening: National and International Responses to the Internal Displacement of Kurds in Turkey. New Perspectives on Turkey. 32. pp.5-42.
  • Çelik, Ayşe Betül. (2005). “I Miss My Village!”: Forced Kurdish Migrants in Istanbul and their Representation
    in Associations. New Perspectives on Turkey. 32. pp.137–63.
  • Çelik, Ayşe Betül. (2005). Transnationalization of Human Rights Norms and its Impact on Internally Displaced Kurds. Human Rights Quarterly. 27(3). pp. 969-997 (SSCI).
  • Gambetti, Zeynep. (2005). The Conflictual (Trans) Formation of the Public Sphere in Urban Space: The Case of Diyarbakir. New Perspectives on Turkey. (32). pp.43-71.
  • Gunter, Michael M.; Hakan Yavuz, M. (2005). The Continuing Crisis in Iraqi Kurdistan. Middle East Policy. 12(1). pp.122-133.
  • King, E. Diane. (2005). Asylum Seekers/Patron Seekers: Interpreting Iraqi Kurdish Migration. Human Organization. 64(4). pp.316-326.
  • Kreyenbroek, Philip G. (2005). Kurdish Written Literature. Encylopedia Iranica Online.
  • Leezenberg, Michiel. (2005). Iraqi Kurdistan: Contours of a Post-Civil War Society. Third World Quarterly. 26(4-5). pp.631-647.
  • Tocci, Nathalie. (2005). Articles: Conflict Resolution in the Neighbourhood: Comparing EU Involvement in Turkey’s Kurdish Question and in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict. Mediterranean Politics. 10(2). pp. 125-146
  • Park, Bill. (2005). Turkey’s Kurdish Complex. The Adelphi Papers. 45(374). pp.11-27.
  • Puggioni, Raffaela. (2005). Refugees, Institutional Invisibility, and Self-Help Strategies: Evaluating Kurdish Experience in Rome. Journal of Refugee Studies. 18(3). pp.319-339.
  • Romano, David. (2005). Whose House is this Anyway? IDP and Refugee Return in Post-Saddam Iraq. Journal of Refugee Studies. 18(4). pp.430-453.
  • Semaan, Ingrid L. (2005). In Search of Kurdistan: The Kurdish Question in German Literature for Young People. Acta Ethnographica Hungarica. 50(1-3). pp. 187-204.
  • Sezgin, Dilara and Wall, Melissa A. (2005). Constructing the Kurds in the Turkish Press: A Case Study of Hürriyet Newspaper. Media, Culture & Society. 27(5). pp.787-798.
  • Shakely, Farhad. (2005). Classic  and Modern Kurdish Poetry. Encyclopedia Iranica Online.
  • Sirkeci, Ibrahim. (2005). War in Iraq: Environment of Insecurity and International Migration. International Migration. 43(4). pp.197-214.
  • Somer, Murat. (2005). Failures of the Discourse of Ethnicity: Turkey, Kurds, and the Emerging Iraq. Security Dialogue. 36(1). pp.109-128.
  • Somer, Murat. (2005). Resurgence and Remaking of Identity: Civil Beliefs, Domestic and External Dynamics, and the Turkish Mainstream Discourse on Kurds. Comparative Political Studies. 38(6). pp.591-622.
  • Şen, Leyla. (2005). Poverty Alleviation, Conflict and Power in Poor Displaced Households: A Study of the Views of Women in Diyarbakır. New Perspectives on Turkey. 32. pp.113-35.
  • Tank, Pinar. (2005). The Effects of the Iraq War on the Kurdish issue in Turkey. Conflict, Security and Development. 5(1). pp.69-86.
  • Ülker, Erol. (2005). Contextualising ‘Turkification’. Nation-Building in the Late Ottoman Empire. 1908-1918. Nations and Nationalism. 11(4). pp.613–636.
  • Van Bruinessen, Martin. (2005). İsmail Beşikçi: Turkish Sociologist, Critic of Kemalism, and Kurdologist. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 5. pp.19-34.


  • Elis, Hadi. (2004). The Kurdish Demand for Statehood and the Future of Iraq. The Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies. 29(2). pp.191-209.
  • Fischer-Tahir, Andrea. (2004). ‘Why Do They Humiliate Us?’ – Aspects of Resistance in Iraqi Kurdistan. Journal for Kurdish Studies. 5. pp.53-72.
  • Gunter Michael M.; Natali Denise; Olson Robert; Özcan Nihat Ali; Salih Khaled and Yavuz, Hakan M. (2004). Middle East Policy. 11(1). pp.106-131.
  • Koğacıoğlu, Dicle. (2004). Progress, Unity, and Democracy: Dissolving Political Parties in Turkey. Law & Society Review, 38(3), pp. 433-462.
  • Koğacıoğlu, Dicle. (2004). The Tradition Effect: Framing Honour Crimes in Turkey. Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies. 15(2). pp. 119-151.
  • Laciner, Sedat and Bal, Ihsan. (2004). The Ideological and Historical Roots of the Kurdist Movement in Turkey: Ethnicity, Demography and Politics. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics. 10(3). pp. 473-504
  • Natali Denise. (2004). Ottoman Kurds and Emergent Kurdish Nationalism. Critique: Critical Middle Eastern Studies. 13(3). pp.383-387.
  • Somer, Murat. (2004). Turkey’s Kurdish Conflict: Changing Context, and Domestic and Regional Implications. The Middle East Journal. 58(2). pp.235-253.
  • Spät, Eszter. (2004). The Festival of Sheikh Adi in Lalish in the Holy Valley of Yezidis. Annual of Medieval Studies at the Central European University. 10. pp. 147-157.
  • Öktem, Kerem. (2004). Incorporating the Time and Space of the Ethnic Other: Nationalism and Space in Southeast Turkeyin the 19th and 20th centuries. Nations and Nationalism. 10(4). pp. 559-578.
  • Punamaki, Raija-Leena, Muhammed, Abbas Hedayiet, and Abdulrahman, Hemen Ahemd. (2004). Impact of Traumatic Events on Coping Strategies and their Effectiveness Among Kurdish Children. International Journal of Behavioral Development. 28(1). pp. 59-70.
  • Uguris, Tijen. (2004). Diaspora and Citizenship: Kurdish women in London. Studies in Culture, Policy and Identities, 5(1). pp.137-157.
  • Van Bruinessen, Martin. (2004). The Kurdish Movement: Issues, Organization, Mobilization. On the Waterfront. Newsletter of the Friends of the IISH. 8. pp.  10-12.


  • Alizadeh, Hooshmand. (2003-2004). The Kurdish City of Sanandaj: An Analysis of its Formation and Historical Development Until 1930. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 5. pp. 103-126.
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  • Jongerden, Joost. (2003-2004). Rural Settlement Policies in Turkey and the Kurdish Areas: On Central Village, Village Town, and Return to Village. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 5. 84-102.
  • King, E. Diane. (2003). The Doubly Bound World of Kurdish Women. Voices, 6(1). pp.8–10.
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  • Sirkeci, Ibrahim. (2003). Migration from Turkeyto Germany: An Ethnic Analysis. New Perspectives on Turkey. 28-29). pp.189-208.
  • Smits, Jeroen and Gündüz-Hosgör, Ayse. (2003). Linguistic Capital: Language as a Socio-Economic Resource among Kurdish and Arabic Women in Turkey. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 26(5). pp.829-853.
  • Spät, Eszter. (2003-2004). Changes in the Oral Tradition of the Yezidis of Iraqi Kurdistan. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 5. pp. 73-83.


  • Aydinli, Ersel. (2002). Between Security and Liberalization: Decoding Turkey’s Struggle with the PKK. Security Dialogue. 33(2). pp. 209-225.
  • Aylin Güney. (2002). The People’s Democracy Party. Turkish Studies.  3(1). pp.122-137.
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  • Beaudin-Saeedpour, Vera. (2002). The Darkness in Light Impressions: Kurdish Character Sketches. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 16(1-2). pp. 115-161.
  • Bonine, Michael E. (2002). The Kurds and Kurdistan: A Commentary. Eurasian Geography and Economics. 43(4).
  • Carver, N. (2002). Is Iraq/Kurdistan a State Such that it can be Said to Operate State Systems and thereby Offer Protection to its ‘Citizens’? International Journal of Refugee Law. 14(1). pp.57-84.
  • Eccarius-Kelly Vera. (2002). Political Movements and Leverage Points: Kurdish Activism in the European Diaspora. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. 22(1). pp.91-118.
  • Gündüz-Hoşgör Ayşe and Smits Jeroen. (2002). Intermarriage between Turks and Kurds in Contemporary Turkey: Inter-ethnic Relations in an Urbanizing Environment. European Sociological Review. 18(4). pp.417-432.
  • Husni, Mariwan; Koye, Narme; Cernovsky, Zack Z. and Haggarty, John. (2002). Kurdish Refugees’ View of Politically Motivated Self-Immolation. Transcultural Psychiatry. 39(3). pp.367-375.
  • Judah, Tim. (2002). In Iraqi Kurdistan. Survival: Global Politics and Strategy. 44(4). pp. 39-51.
  • Medvedskaya, Inna N. (2002). The Rise and Fall of the Medes. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 16(1-2). pp.  29-44.
  • Medvedskaya, Inna N. (2002). Were the Assyrians at Ectabana? The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 16(1-2). pp. 45-57.
  • Meho, Lokman L. (2002). The Kurds in Lebanon; A Social and Historical Overview. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 16 (1-2). pp. 59-82.
  • Mojab, Shahrzad and Hassanpour, Amir. (2002). Thoughts on the Struggle against ‘Honor Killing’. International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 16(1–2). pp.83–97.
  • O’Leary, A. Carole. (2002). The Kurds of Iraq: Recent History, Future Prospects. Middle East Review of International Affairs. 6(4). pp.17–29.
  • Saatci, Mustafa. (2002). Nation–States and Ethnic Boundaries: Modern Turkish Identity and Turkish–Kurdish Conflict. Nations and Nationalism. 8(4). pp.549-564.
  • Shakely, Farhad. (2002). Aesthetic Aspects in the Poetry of Mala-ye Jaziri. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 16(1-2). pp. 99-113.
  • Spät, Eszter. (2002). Shehid bin Jerr, Forefather of the Yezidis and the Gnostic Seed of Seth. Iran and the Caucasus. 6(1-2). pp. 27-56.


  • Ali, Othman. (2001-2002). The Kurdish Factor in the Struggle for Vilayet Mosul, 1921-1925. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 4. pp. 31-48.
  • Atacan, Fulya.  (2001). A Kurdish Islamist Group in Turkey: Shifting Identities. Middle Eastern Studies. 37(3). pp. 111-144.
  • Blaum, Paul A. (2001). Children of the Arrow: The Strange Saga of the Iraqi Turkmen. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 15(1-2). pp. 137-164.
  • Bozarslan, Hamit. (2001). Human Rights and the Kurdish Issue in Turkey: 1984-1999. Human Rights Review, 3(1). pp. 45-54.
  • Cindoglu, D. and Sirkeci, I. (2001). Variables that Explain Variation in Prenatal Care in Turkey: Social Class, Education and Ethnicity Revisited. Journal of Biosocial Science. 33(2). pp.261-270.
  • Dickson, Bertram. (2001). Journeys in Kurdistan. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 15(1-2). pp. 109-129.
  • Eskander, S. (2001). Southern Kurdistan under Britain’s Mesopotamian Mandate: From Separation to Incorporation, 1920-1923. Middle Eastern Studies. 37(2). pp. 153-180.
  • Griffiths Pamela. (2001). Counselling Asylum Seekers and Refugees: A Study of Kurds in Early and Later Stages of Exile. European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling & Health. 4(2). pp.293-313.
  • Gunter, M. Michael. (2001). The Bane of Kurdish Disunity. Orient. 42. pp.605–616.
  • Hirschler, Konrad. (2001). Defining the Nation: Kurdish Historiography in Turkey in the 1990s. Middle Eastern Studies. 37(3), pp. 145-166.
  • Houston, Chris. (2001). Profane Institutions: Kurdish Diaspora in the Turkish City – Istanbul. The Australian Journal of Anthropology. 12(1). pp.1-16.
  • Jongerden, Joost. (2001). Resettlement and Reconstruction of Identity: The Case of the Kurdsi n Turkey. Ethnopolitics. 1(1). pp.80–86.
  • King, Diane E. (2001-2002). Kurdish Approaches to Fate and Action. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 4. pp. 67-79.
  • Lyon, Alynna J. and Uçarer, Emek M. (2001). Mobilizing ethnic conflict: Kurdish separatism in Germany and the PKK. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 24(6). pp.925-948.
  • Maunsell, F. R. (2001).  Kurdistan. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 15(1-2). pp. 95-107.
  • Meho L.I. and Haas, S.W. (2001). Information-Seeking Behavior and Use of Social Science Faculty Studying Stateless Nations: A Case Study. Library and Information Science Research. 23(1). pp.5-25.
  • Østergaard-Nielsen, Eva Kristine. (2001). Transnational Political Practices and the Receiving State: Turks and Kurds in Germany and the Netherlands. Global Networks: A Journal of Transnational Affairs. 1(3). pp.261-282.
  • Pasha, Sherif. (2001). Memorandum on the Claims of the Kurdish People, Paris, March 22, 1919. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 15(1-2). pp.  131-136.
  • Perkins, Justin. (2001). Journal of a Tour from Oroomiah to Mosul through the Koordish Mountains. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 15(1-2). pp. 59-86.
  • Pistor-Hatam, Anja. (2001-2002). Sheikh ‘Ubaidullah’s Revolt and the Kurdish Invasion of Iran Attempts at a New Assessment. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 4. pp. 19-30.
  • Reid, James J. (2001-2002). Mahmûdî Clan and Order, 1500-1606. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 4.
  • Shiel, J. (2001). Notes on a Journey from Tabriz through Kurdistan via Van, Bitlis, Se’rt and Erbil, to Suleimaniyah, in July and August, 1838.  The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 15(1-2). pp. 1-38.
  • Smith, Azariah. (2001). Contribution to the Geography of Central Koordistan. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 15(1-2). pp. 55-58.
  • Southgate, Horatio. (2001). Bitlis. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 15(1-2). pp. 41-48.
  • Wedel, Heidi. (2001-2002). Leftist Political Mobilization, Gender and Identity A Case Study of Kurdish Alevi Migrants in Istanbul. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 4. pp. 57-65.
  • Yavuz, Hakan M. (2001). Five Stages of Construction of Kurdish Nationalism in Turkey. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics. 7(3). pp. 1-24.


  • Amin, Abdul-Kader and Bawermend, Eziz. (2000). Proverbs of Kurdistan – Translated from Kurdish by Abdul-Kader Amin, Eziz Bawermend, and Charles Hoffman. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 14(1-2). pp. 41-119.
  • Beard, Michael. (2000). The Proverbial Brick Wall. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 14(1-2). pp. 1-6.
  • Ergil, Doğu. (2000). The Kurdish Question in Turkey. Journal of Democracy. 11(3). pp.122-135.
  • Eskander, Saad. (2000). Britain’s Policy in Southern Kurdistan: The Formation and the Termination of the First Kurdish Government, 1918–1919. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. 27(2). pp.139-163.
  • Griffiths, David J. (2000). Fragmentation and Consolidation: the Contrasting Cases of Somali and Kurdish Refugees in London. Journal of Refugee Studies. 13. pp.281-302.
  • Gruen G.E. (2000). Turkish Waters: Source of Regional Conflict or Catalyst for Peace? Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 123(1-4). pp.565-579.
  • Gunter, M. Michael. (2000). The Continuing Kurdish Problem in Turkey after Öcalan’s Capture. Third World Quarterly. 21(5). pp.849-869.
  • Klein, Janet. (2000). Proverbial Nationalism: Proverbs in Kurdish National Discourse in the Late Ottoman Period. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies 14(1-2) pp. 7-26.
  • Mirzeler M.K. (2000). The Formation of Male Identity and the Roots of Violence against Women: The Case of Kurdish Songs, Stories and Storytellers. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. 20(2). pp.261-269.
  • Müller, Daniel. (2000). The Kurds of Soviet Azerbaijan, 1920-91. Central Asian Survey. 19. pp.41-77.
  • Müller, Daniel. (2000). ‘The Kurds and the Kurdish Language in Soviet Azerbaijan According to the All-Union Census of December 17, 1926 (A contribution to the history of the so-called ‘Red Kurdistan’)’. The Journal of Kurdish Studies. 3. pp.61-84.
  • Noel, Edward (Major). (2000). The Character of the Kurds as Illustrated by Their Proverbs and Popular Sayings. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 14(1-2). pp. 27-35.
  • Olson, Robert. (2000). Turkey-Iran Relations, 1997 to 2000: the Kurdish and Islamist Questions. Third World Quarterly. 21(5). pp.871-890.
  • Olson, Robert. (2000). The Kurdish Rebellions of Sheikh Said (1925), Mt. Ararat (1930), and Dersim (1937-8): Their Impact on the Development of the Turkish Air Force and on Kurdish and Turkish Nationalism. Die Welt des Islams. 40(1). 67-94.
  • Shahrzad, Mojab. (2000). Vengeance and Violence: Kurdish Women Recount the War. Canadian Women Studies 19(4). pp. 89-94.
  • Sirkeci, Ibrahim. (2000). Exploring the Kurdish Population in the Turkish Context. GENUS, An International Journal of Demography. 56(1-2). pp.149-175.
  • Uzun, Mehmed. (2000). Words Washed by the Waters of the Euphrates. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 14(1-2). pp. 36-40.
  • Van Bruinessen, Martin. (2000). The Qadiriyya and the Lineages of Qadiri Shaykhs among the Kurds. Journal of the History of Sufism. 1-2. pp. 131-149.
  • Van Bruinessen, Martin. (2000). The Sâdatê Nehrî or Gîlânîzâde of Central Kurdistan. The Qâdiriyya Order  Journal of the History of Sufism.  Special Issue. (1-2).  pp. 79-91.
  • Waite, Louise. (2000). How Is Household Vulnerability Gendered? Female-headed Households in the Collectives of Suleimaniyah, Iraqi Kurdistan. Disasters. 24(2). pp.153-172.
  • Watts, Nicole F. (2000). Relocating Dersim: Turkish State-Building and Kurdish Resistance, 1931-1938. New Perspectives on Turkey 23. pp.5-30.
  • Weiss, Nerina. (2000). Falling from Grace: Gender Norms and Gender Strategies in Eastern Turkey. New Perspectives on Turkey 42. pp. 55-76.


  • Argun, Betigul E. (1999). Universal Citizenship Rights and Turkey’s Kurdish Question. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 19(1). pp. 85-103.
  • Beaudin-Saeedpour, Vera. (1999). The Legacy of Saladin. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 13 (1). pp. 43-61.
  • Blaum, Paul A. (1999). Eagles in the Sun: The Ayyubids After Saladin. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 13(1). pp. 105-184.
  • Ergil, Dogu. (1999). A Synopsis of the Kurdish Problem. The International Spectator: Italian Journal of International Affairs. 34(1). pp. 19-22.
  • Gabrielli, Francesco. (1999). Saladin’s Character. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 13 (1). pp. 15-32.
  • Hafez, Fahmy.  (1999). The Crusades and the Era of Saladin. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 13(1). pp. 1-14.
  • Hassanpour, Amir. (1999). Modernity, Popular Sovereignty and the Kurdish Question: A Rejoinder to Argun. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. 19(1). pp. 105-114.
  • Humphreys, R. Stephen. (1999). The Origins of the Ayyubid Confederacy. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 13 (1). pp. 63-103.
  • Içduygu, Ahmet, Romano, David and Sirkeci, Ibrahim. (1999). The Ethnic Question in an Environment of Insecurity: The Kurds in Turkey. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 22(6). pp.991–1010.
  • Khenchelaoui, Zaïm and Burrell, Jean. (1999). The Yezidis, People of the Spoken Word in the midst of People of the Book. Diogenes. 47(187). pp.20-37.
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  • McKiernan, Kevin. (1999). Turkey’s War on the Kurds. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. 55(2). pp.26-37.
  • Moldenhawer, Bolette. (1999). Turkish and Kurdish Speaking Teachers in the Danish Folkeskole: The Ambiguous Concept of Equality. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research. 43(4). 349-369.
  • Nezan, Kendal and Vidall-Hall, Judith. (1999). What’s the difference between a Kurd and a Kosovar? Index on Censorship. 28(4). pp.166-171.
  • Soysal, Mümtaz. (1999).  The Kurdish Issue: A Turkish Point of View. The International Spectator: Italian Journal of International Affairs. 34(1). pp. 11-17.
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  • Watts, Nicole F. (1999). Allies and Enemies: Pro-Kurdish Parties in Turkish Politics, 1990-1994. International Journal of Middle East Studies 31(4). pp.631-656.
  • Yeğen, Mesut. (1999). The Kurdish Question in Turkish State Discourse. Journal of Contemporary History. 34(4). pp.555–68.
  • White, Paul J. (1999). Citizenship under the Ottomans and Kemalists: How the Kurds Were ExcludedCitizenship Studies 3(1).  pp. 71-102.



  • Ahmed, Ibrahim. (1997). The Republic of Kurdistan: A Personal Memoir. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 11(1-2). pp. 9-32.
  • Barzani, Massoud. (1997). An Ideal Time and Place to Be Born a Kurd. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 11(1-2). pp. 49-52.
  • Barzani, Mullah Mustafa. (1997). Speech Presented to the Congress of the Kurdish Exiles in the Soviet Union: Baku, January 19, 1948.  The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 11(1-2). pp. 33-48.
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  • Eagleton, William. (1997).  Mahabad: 1946, 1961, 1996. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 11(1-2). pp. 69-72.
  • Ghassemlou, Helene. (1997). Legacies of the Republic. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 11(1-2). pp. 53-59.
  • Ghazi, Ali Homam. (1997). Ghazi Muhammad: Scholar, Patriot and Father. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 11(1-2). pp. 3-8.
  • Gunter, Michael. (1997). The Foreign Policy of the Iraqi Kurds. Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies 20. pp.  1-19.
  • Hassanzadeh, Abdullah. (1997). Let Us Learn from Ghazi Muhammad. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 11(1-2). pp. 59-62.
  • Haroutyunian, Sargis. (1997). Armenian Epic Tradition and Kurdish Folklore. Iran and the Caucasus. 1(1). pp.85-92.
  • Mackenzie, D. N. (1995). The Kurdish of Mullâ Sa’îd Shamdînânî. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 2. pp. 1-27.
  • O’Shea, Maria T. (1997). The Image from the Outside: European Travellers and Kurdistan Before the Great War. Geopolitics and International Boundaries. 2(3). pp. 70-89.
  • Osman, Mahmud. (1997). The Mahabad Experience: Lessons Learned, Lessons Lost. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 11(1-2). pp. 63-68.
  • Vali, Abbas. (1997). Kurdish Nationalism in Iran: The Formative Period, 1942-1947. The Journal of Kurdish Studies. 11(2). pp.1-12.
  • Yassin, Borhanedin. (1997). A History of the Republic of Kurdistan. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 11(1-2).pp. 115-240.


  • Ali, Othman. (1997). Southern Kurdistan During the Last Phase of Ottoman Control: 1839-1914. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. 17(2). pp. 283-291.
  • Ahmad, A.; Mohamad, K. (1996). The Socioemotional Development of Orphans in Orphanages and Traditional Foster Care in Iraqi Kurdistan. Child Abuse and Neglect. 20(12). pp.1161-1173.
  • Allison, Christine. (1996-1997). Oral History in Kurdistan – The Case of Badidani Yezidis. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 2. pp. 37-55.
  • Avebury, Lord. (1996). Turkey’s Kurdish Policy in the Nineties. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 9(1-2). pp. 3-34.
  • Hassan, Mohammed Khalis. (1996).  Notes on Urban and Domestic Architecture of Central Kurdistan, Iraq. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 9(1-2). pp. 79-94.
  • Imset, Ismet. (1996). The PKK: Terrorists or Freedom Fighters? International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 10(1/2). pp. 45-100.
  • Khashan, Hilal. (1996). Stalled National Movements: Southern Sudan and Iraqi Kurds. International Studies. 33(1). pp.53-72.
  • Khaznadar, Marouf. (1996-1997). Kurdish Prose (1945-1961). Journal of Kurdish Studies. 2. pp. 65.70.
  • Kuniholm, Bruce. (1996). Sovereignty, Democracy and Identity: Turkey’s Kurdish Problem and the West’s  Turkish Problem. Mediterranean Politics. 1(3). pp. 353-370.
  • Leezenberg, Michiel. (1996-1997). The Kurds and the City. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 2. pp. 57-62.
  • Leggewie, Claus. (1996). How Turks became Kurds, not Germans. Dissent. 43. pp.79-83.
  • Muller, Mark. (1996). Nationalism and the Rule of Law in Turkey: The Elimination of Kurdish Representation During the 1990s. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 10(1-2). pp. 9-44.
  • Nestor, Carl E. (1996). The Southeast Anatolian Project (GAP) and Turkey’s Kurdish Question: Part II. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 9(1-2). pp. 35-78.
  • Nigel, White D. (1996). Commentary on the Protection of the Kurdish Safe-Haven: Operation Desert Strike.  Journal of Conflict Security Law. 1. pp.197-204.
  • Olson, Robert. (1996). The Kurdish Question and Chechnya: Turkish and Russian Foreign Policies since the Gulf War. Middle East Policy. 4(3). pp.106–18.
  • Olson, Robert. (1996). The Impact of the Southeast Anatolian Project (GAP) on Kurdish Nationalism in Turkey. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 9(1-2). pp. 95-102.
  • Özoglu, Hakan. (1996). State-tribal Relations: Kurdish Tribalism in the 16th and 17th Century Ottoman Empire. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. 23(1). pp. 5-27.
  • Reid, James J. (1996). Hakkârî Clan and Society – Kurdistan 1502-1656. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 2. pp. 13-30.
  • Thompson, Peter L. (1996). United States-Turkey Military Relations: Treaties and Implications. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 9(1-2).pp. 103-113.
  • Vali, Abbas. (1996). Nationalism and Kurdish Historical Writing. New Perspectives on Turkey. vol.14. pp.23-51.
  • Vali, Abbas. (1996). Kurdish Identity, Civil Society and Citizenship in the Middle East. War Reports. 47. pp.3-15.
  • Van Bruinessen, Martin. (1996). Kurds, Turks and the Alevi Revival in Turkey. Middle East Report. 200. pp. 7-10.
  • Van Bruinessen, Martin. (1996). Sûfîs and Sultâns in Southeast Asia and Kurdistan: A Comparative SurveyStudia Islamika. 3 (3). pp. 1-20.
  • Van Bruinessen, Martin. (1996). Turkey’s Death Squads.  Middle East Report. (199). pp.  20-23.
  • Van Bruinessen, Martin. (1996). Diversity and Division among the Kurds.  Warreport, Bulletin of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting 47. pp. 29-32.
  • Yegen, Mesut. (1996). The Turkish State Discourse and the Exclusion of Kurdish Identity. Middle Eastern Studies. 32(2). pp. 216-229.
  • Zaki, Muhammad Amin. (1996). A Brief History of Kurds and Kurdistan–Part I: From the Advent of Islam to AD 1750-Translated into English by Nemat Sharif. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 10(1-2). pp. 105-155.


  • Brown, James. (1995). The Turkish Imbroglio: Its Kurds. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 541(1). pp.116-129.
  • Chyet, Michael L. (1995). Neo-Aramaic and Kurdish: An Interdisciplinary Consideration of Their Influence on Each Other. Israel Oriental Studies. 15. pp. 219-252.
  • Emmanuelsson, A. C. (1995). Chasing the Rainbow: Economic and Social Constrains Facing Kurdish National Aspirations in Iraq. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 8(1-2). pp. 110-125.
  • Galetti, Mirella. (1995). The Italian Contribution to Kurdology (13th to 20th Century). Journal of Kurdish Studies. 2. pp. 97-112.
  • Gunter, Michael M. (1995).  The Kurdish Factor in Middle Eastern Politics. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 8(1-2). pp. 94-109.
  • Khashan, Hilal. (1995). The Labyrinth of Kurdish Self-Determination. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 8(1-2). pp. 5-32.
  • Kreyenbroek, Philip G. (1995). The Lawîj of Môr Basîliôs Shim’ûn: A Kurdish Christian Text in Syriac Script. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 2. pp. 29-53.
  • Mahamedi, Hamid. (1995) Notes on Some Phonological Developments in Kurdish. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 8 (1-2). pp. 79-93.
  • Nehme, Michel G. and Meho, Lokman I. (1995). Pawns in a Deadly Game: Iraqi Kurds and the United States, 1972-1975. International Studies. 32(1). pp.41-55.
  • Nestor, Carl E. (1995). Dimensions of Turkey’s Kurdish Question and the Potential Impact of the Southeast Anatolian Project (GAP): Part I. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 8(1-2). pp. 33-78.
  • Vali, Abbas. (1995). The Making of Kurdish Identity in Iran. Journal for Critical Studies of the Middle East. 4(1). pp.1-22.
  • Olson, Robert. (1995). The Sheikh Said Rebellion: Its Impact on the Development of the Turkish Air Force. Journal of Kurdish Studies. 1. pp. 77-83.


  • Avebury, Eric. (1994). Self-determination and International Law: The Kurdish Case. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 7(1-2). pp. 7-16.
  • Bozarslan, Emin. (1994). Three Short Stories. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 7(1-2). pp. 71-81.
  • Gunter, Michael M. (1994). Mulla Mustafa Barzani and the Kurdish Rebellion in Iraq: The Intelligence Factor. International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence. 7(4). pp. 465-474.
  • Kutschera, Chris. (1994). Mad Dreams of Independence: The Kurds in Turkey and the PKK. Middle East Report, No. 189. pp.12-15.
  • Izady, Mehrdad.  (1994).Archaeology of Kurdish Clan Names, Part II. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 7(1-2). pp. 83-109.
  • Minorsky, Vladimir F. (1994).  The Mosul Question. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 7(1-2). pp. 21-70.
  • Olson, Robert. (1994). The Defeat of the Kurdish Revolt at Mt. Ararat (1930) and the Role of the Turkish Air Force. The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 7(1-2). pp. 17-20.


  • Barkey, Henri J. (1993). Turkey’s Kurdish Dilemma. Survival: Global Politics and Strategy. 35(4). pp. 51-70.
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