Hakan Özoğlu. Kurdish Notables and the Ottoman State: Evolving Identities, Competing Loyalties, and Shifting Boundaries. Albany: SUNY Press, 2004, xv + 186 pages.

@article{Kksal2005HakanK,
  title={Hakan {\"O}zoğlu. Kurdish Notables and the Ottoman State: Evolving Identities, Competing Loyalties, and Shifting Boundaries. Albany: SUNY Press, 2004, xv + 186 pages.},
  author={Yonca K{\"o}ksal},
  journal={New Perspectives on Turkey},
  year={2005},
  volume={32},
  pages={227 - 230}
}
H C Hakan Ozoglu's book, Kurdish Notables and the Ottoman State: Evolving £ Identities, Competing Loyalties, and Shifting Boundaries, studies the rise of "* Kurdish nationalism during the collapse of the Ottoman Empire. Studying social, political, familial and geographical factors in Kurdish nationalism, Ozoglu argues that Kurdish nationalism became an available ideology at the end of World War I. Contrary to the argument that separatist nationalisms contributed to the decline and collapse of… Expand

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