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The Egalitarian King?

Abdullah Öcalan and His Evolving Role in the Kurdish Freedom Movement

Axel Rudi

The victory of the battle for Raqqa in late 2017 marked a turning point in Kurdish forces’ struggle against ISIS and the beginning of the end for ISIS as a territorial force. However, for my interlocutors, as well as for the Kurdish movement

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Research Methodology in Kurdish Studies

Interactions between Fieldwork, Epistemology and Theory

Mehmet Orhan

, the researcher is supposed to change the method or the central question. A good example of an empirical study, pertinent when dealing with several analytical categories and concepts, is women's participation in the Kurdish movement. Gender is

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Explaining Non-Diasporic Mobilizations for Distant Causes

A Comparative Study of the Palestinian and Kurdish Struggles

David Zarnett

Processes and Social Movements: An Overview and Assessment .” Annual Review of Sociology 26 : 611 – 639 . Blatte , Andreas . 2003 . “ The Kurdish Movement: Ethnic Mobilization and Europeanization .” Paper presented at the EUSA 8th International

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A Call from Raqqa

Reconfiguring Future Imaginaries in Forced Displacement

Lana Askari

Ordinary Ethics: Anthropology, Language, and Action , ed. Michael Lambek , 39 – 63 . Chicago : Fordham University Press . Leezenberg , Michiel . 2016 . “ The Ambiguities of Democratic Autonomy: The Kurdish Movement in Turkey and Rojava

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Ethical Endeavours

A Review of European Social Anthropology 2022

Julia Vorhölter

between the egalitarian structure and struggle of the Kurdish movement and their undisputed king-like leader Öcalan. Bjørn Bertelsen uses the notion of ‘predatory-protective security assemblage’ ( 2022b: 104 ) to study the egalitarian potentials, as well