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Kurdish Culture and Identity

@inproceedings{Kreyenbroek1996KurdishCA,
  title={Kurdish Culture and Identity},
  author={G. Kreyenbroek and Christine Allison},
  year={1996}
}
List of Contributors Introduction - Philip G. Kreyenbroek and Christine Allison 1. The Kurds: Current Position and Historical Background - Kendal Nezan 2. Kurdish Written Literature - Joyce Blau 3. Old and New Oral Traditions in Badinan - Christine Allison 4. The Creation of Kurdish Media Culture - Amir Hassanpour 5. Religion and Religions in Kurdistan - Philip G. Kreyenbroek 6. Faith, Ritual and Culture among the Ahl-e Haqq - Ziba Mir-Hosseini 7. Kurdish Costume: Regional Diversity and… 
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