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The Kurdish woman"s life

Henny Harald Hansen

The Kurdish woman"s life

field research in a Muslim society, Iraq.

by Henny Harald Hansen

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Published by Nationalmuseet in København .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women -- Kurdistan.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNationalmuseets skrifter -- 7 Etnografisk række ;, Nationalmuseets skrifter -- 7, HRAF -- 4.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxii, 213 p.
    Number of Pages213
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16812507M

    Relations between the region and Baghdad improved in She began singing in folk clubs and then worked in a radio for 3 years. History Commonly identified with the ancient Corduene, which was inhabited by the Carduchi mentioned in Xenophonthe Kurds were conquered by the Arabs in the 7th cent. Moreover, she built an entire market, which was named after her and is said to have opened the eyes of Jewish merchants.

    Due to the fact that Kurdish culture is horribly repressed in all of their native lands, today it is the Kurdish Diaspora living in Europe, the United States, and Australia that create most of the new Kurdish literature. Through her story I learned about the culturally implemented differences between men and women. Everything was tied to nature. The differing Kurdish religious identities have, at times, been a political factor both in divisions among the Kurdish people and in divisions, which distinguish them from the dominant nationalities.

    Interactive and fun, it is ideal for beginners and travelers. It also gave Kurds the right to decide whether they wanted their own country. He, like the many patriotic Kurdish poets that followed, wrote of his love of Kurdish lands and its women Blau There was no formal peace accord, since the government refuses to deal with the PKK, which both Turkey and the United States consider a terrorist group. Yet, for the sake of appearance, the official Asant Yeshiva headmaster was her husband. The region was held by the Seljuk Turks in the 11th cent.


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