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The Kurdish National Movement


Auteur : Wadie Jwaideh Multimedia
Éditeur : Syracuse U.P. Date & Lieu : 2006, New York
Préface : Alice Reid Jwaideh | Martin van Bruinessen Pages : 420
Traduction : ISBN : 0-8156-3093-X
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 175x250 mm
Thème : Politique

Présentation
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The Kurdish National Movement

The Kurdish National Movement: Its origins and development

A seminal work in the field of Kurdish studies, Wadie Jwaideh's pioneering research, published for the first time, presents a detailed analysis of the early phases of Kurdish nationalism and offers a framework within which to understand the movement's later development.

Following Wadie Jwaideh's dissertation defense, his doctoral chairman took aside Jwaideh's wife, Alice, and asked her to submit the work for publication without Wadie's permission, believing that Wadie's penchant for perfection would postpone its publication indefinitely. The thesis was never published during Jwaideh's lifetime, but its fame spread by word of mouth, and many scholars have recognized its importance not only as a study of the earlier periods of Kurclish nationalism but also as a model for understanding its sub-sequent history. The work now stands as a classic, referenced by some of the most renowned scholars in the field. Its publication will permit it to reach a greater audience and to contribute more fully to the understanding and appreciation of this geopolitical and cultural movement.


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Contents

Illustrations / vii
Foreword, MARTIN VAN BRUINESSEN / ix
Preface xv Acknowledgments / xix
1. Geographical, Historical, and Cultural Background / 3
2. The Social Organization of the Kurds / 27
3. The Suppression of the Semiautonomous Regimes in Kurdistan / 54
4. Shaykh Vbayd Allah of Nehri / 75
5. The Impact of the Young Turk Revolution on Kurdish Nationalism / 102
6. Russia's Kurdish Policy / 115
7. The Kurds and World War I / 125
8. The Situation of the Kurds in Turkey, Persia, and Syria after World War I / 133
9. Disturbances in the Mosul and Arbil Divisions of Iraqi Kurdistan after World War I / 147
10. Shaykh Mahmud and the Rise and Fall of the South Kurdish Confederation in Iraqi Kurdistan after World War I / 160
11. Shaykh Mahmud's Second Rebellion / 185
12. The Kurdish Rebellions in Turkey / 203
13. The Barzani Rebellion of 1931-1932 / 219
14. The Barzani Rebellion of Mulla Mustafa, 1943-1945, and the Growth of Kurdish Political Organizations / 230
15. The Kurdish Republic of Mahabad / 243
16. The Kurds and the Kurdish Question after the Fall of Mahabad / 267
Conclusion / 290
Appendix / 299
Notes / 301
Glossary / 377
Bibliography / 381
Index / 397
 
llustrations
1. The Kurdish Frontier Mountains, Iraq / 5
2. Mountains near the Kurdish province of Van in Turkey / 8
3. A Yazidi agha / 30
4. Kurdish chiefs / 32
5. Typical Kurdish flat-roofed dwellings / 39
6. An underground dwelling in the village of Mox / 40
7. Kurdish woman / 42
8. A Kurd from the Hawraman area in native dress / 43
9. The Bedir Khan family / 73
10. Dr. Cochran with Kurdish chieftain / 79
11. Kamuran, Sureya, and Jaladet Bedir Khan / 106
12. Simko in Sulaymaniya / 142
13. A typical Kurd, Iraq / 152
14. Shaykh Mahmud with his followers in Sulaymaniya, ca. 1919 / 170
15. Shaykh Mahmud with gunners / 194
16. Shaykh Sa`id and his collaborators captured / 206
17. Mulla Mustafa / 232
18. Qadi Muhammad in his office / 251
19. Qadi Muhammad on the gallows, March 31, 1947 / 262

Tables
1.1. Percentages of Kurdish Population / 10
1.2. Kurdish Population—The Great Soviet Encyclopedia / 10

Maps
Kurdistan / 2
Kurdish areas of the Middle East / 278




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