The Politics of Remembering: Representation of the Armenian Genocide in Kurdish Novels

@article{Galip2016ThePO,
  title={The Politics of Remembering: Representation of the Armenian Genocide in Kurdish Novels},
  author={{\"O}. Galip},
  journal={Holocaust and Genocide Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={30},
  pages={458 - 487}
}
  • Ö. Galip
  • Published 2016
  • History
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Abstract:Kurds were among the main perpetrators of violence against Christian minorities in the late Ottoman and early Turkish Republican periods, most notably during the Armenian Genocide. Themselves denied basic national and cultural rights since the foundation of the Republic in 1923, however, many Kurds have come in recent decades to empathize with the Armenian experience and to advocate acknowledging the Genocide. Not only have Kurdish political figures apologized on behalf of perpetrator… Expand

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