On the frontiers of empire: Culture and power in early modern “Iranian” Kurdistan

@inproceedings{Bajalan2017OnTF,
  title={On the frontiers of empire: Culture and power in early modern “Iranian” Kurdistan},
  author={Djene Rhys Bajalan},
  year={2017}
}
This article will provide a broad (although by no means comprehensive) overview of the development of modern scholarly historical writing pertaining the Middle East’s Kurdish community prior to the end of the First World War. It seeks to highlight some of the important pioneering scholars who shaped the field during its twentieth century as well as more recent flurry of academic activity that has, since the turn of the twenty-first century, resulted in a publication of a number of important… Expand
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