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December, 2017

  • 16 December

    Standard Language, Phonology and Alphabet

    Abstract: Historical events played a big role in the fact that the Kurds still do not have an own alphabet without obstacles. If those obstacles are known to researchers and if they investigate in them and obtain cultural results, the latter can become a scientific fundament so that step by …

  • 16 December

    A Bibliography of English Publications on Kurdish Folklore

    ABSTRACT: Each academic study that claims having an original topic should at first be aware of studies that have been done in that area. Because of that, bibliographies have an important place in the process of researches. They make big and glorious libraries ‘small’ for researcher and give extra time …

December, 2016

  • 27 December

    Editoryal 5

    Esteemed researchers, The Journal of Nûbihar Akademî continues its journey in academic journalism of Kurdish Studies with its fifth issue. The articles that published in the journal must be academic and scientific because of the nature of the academic journalism. We want to focus on the basic features of academic …

  • 27 December

    Education and Identity: Rebuilding of the Kurdish Identity within and in Spite of Turkish Education System

    ABSTRACT: The aim of this study is to analyze the relationship between education and identity in the light of Kurdish political actors’ educational experience. It is a qualitative study based on literature review and interviews. The participants of the study include 30 Kurdish political actors who experienced schooling before 1970, …

  • 27 December

    Shewqi-yi Khani on Pursuit of Ahmed-i Khani: A Comparison Between Their Four-Language Mulammas

    ABSTRACT: The poems that written in two or more languages are called “Mulemma”. In this article mulemmas of Ahmed-i Khani (Ehmedê Xanî-d.1707) and Shawqi-yi Khani (Şewqiyê Xanî- 19th Century) which were written in four languages (Arabic, Persian, Turkish and Kurmanji Kurdish) are compared. In the article firstly the critical texts …

  • 27 December

    A Comparison Between Mullah Ahmad Al-Jazarî And Sayyid Qadrî Hashimi’s Dîwans In Terms of Sûfî Thought

    ABSTRACT: The role of Mullah Ahmad al-Jazarī in the history of Kurdish thought and literature is remarkable. Many Kurdish scholars, poets and wises were under the influence of al-Jazarî. In that respect, Jazarî’s work, al-Dīwān, was examinated in Kurdish madrasahs and lodges, almost as a holy text, throughout centuries. We …

  • 27 December

    Xebateke Berawirdkarî (Komparatîf) û Dijberawirdkarî (Kontrastîf) li ser Demên Îngilîzî û Kurmancî

    Nesim SÖNMEZ -Resul GEYİK PUXTE: Her çiqas Îngilîzî û Kurmancî di heman malbata zimên de cî bigirîn jî di şaxên cuda de ne, hevparî û cudahî di navbera her du zimanan de hene. Gava xwendevanek ji van zimanan yekî hîn dibe hevparî teqez hînbûnê hêsantir û cudahî jî dijwartir dike, …

  • 27 December

    Nasandina Giştî ya Edebiyata Dînî ya Kurdên Yarsanî

    Shahab VALI Asst. Prof., Mardin Artuklu University, Turkey Wergera ji Frensî: Sevda Orak Reşitoğlu

  • 27 December

    A Gūrānī Mawlid

    ABSTRACT: The term mawlid, or mawlūd (< mawlūdun fīhi) refers to the verse and sometimes panegyric prose texts written in honor of the Prophet, his birth, and his life. Laylat al-mawlid, mawlid al-nabī, and mawlid al-nabawī were the cover names for the general celebrations on the occasion of the prophet’s …

May, 2016

  • 16 May

    Editoryal 4

    Esteemed researchers, International peer-reviewed journal Nûbihar Akademî has reached its fourth issue. From this short experience we learn that there are many difficulties of an academic journal in the field of Kurdish Studies. First of all, absence of a vivid tradition of writing academic articles is the most visible difficulty. …