Deniz Ekici

Kurdish Identity, Islamism, and Ottomanism: The Making of a Nation in Kurdish Journalistic Discourse (1898-1914)

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Deniz Ekici

Kurdish Identity, Islamism, and Ottomanism: The Making of a Nation in Kurdish Journalistic Discourse (1898-1914)

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Format: Paperback / softback
Length: 252 pages
Publication date: 15 September 2022
Publisher: Lexington Books

In Kurdish Identity, Islamism, and Ottomanism: The Making of a Nation in Kurdish Journalistic Discourse (1898-1914), Deniz Ekici argues that the Kurdish periodicals of the late Ottoman period served as a communicative space in which Kurdish intellectuals constructed, negotiated, and disseminated an unambiguous Kurdish ethnic nationalism.

Weight: 413g
Dimension: 227 x 152 x 16 (mm)
ISBN-13: 9781793612618