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Issue 4

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. …

  • 16 May

    Kurdish Nationality and Its Repercussions in the Modern Kurdish Poetry

    ABSTRACT Kurdish nationalism emerged counter to formal nationalism of Ottoman Empire under the influenced of Armenian national awakening. After the Second Constitutional Era, discourse of Kurdish poets turned into a cultural discourse and a discourse wishing for modernism. Thus, reading, progressivism, and information were the priority issues of the poets …

  • 16 May

    Administrative Structures in the Upper Ottoman Kurdistan During the 18th Century

    ABSTRACT: The Ottoman Rule to the Ottoman Upper Kurdistan was mostly considered in the basis of center-periphery power relations. The mainstream Ottomanists described that the region was strictly controlled by the state, and for them, the local power holders were not so much active power players in this buffer zone. …

  • 16 May

    A Biographical Oeuvre by Baqustanî: Sultan Shaykhmus

    ABSTRACT: Classical literary works are the main elements for the future of nations. A sound decision could not be made on the literary wealth of a language without considering a general framework of classical works of the same. Classical works in Kurdish language are also investigated and published, however, these …

  • 16 May

    The Experience of Kurdish Language Status as a Minorited Language

    ABSTRACT: This article aims at exploring the status of Kurdish language in the history. Language status is a concept concerning about language use and language function. It is based on juridical status, language origin, degree of standartization and vitality of the language. These prosperities of language status are related to …

  • 16 May

    Zimanê Medan

    D. N. MACKENZIE Ji Îngilîzî: İbrahim BOR Assoc. Prof. Mardin Artuklu University Faculty of Literature, Departmant of Philosophy, Mardin, Turkey e-mail:

  • 16 May

    Mīr Shamsaddīn Walī and Shamsaddīnian Coins

    ABSTRACT: The Medieval era is an important era for Kurds. In that era many Kurdish emirates declared their independence and as symbols of independence they minted coins and read sermon. One of those emirates is Roshkan emirate. Mir Shamsaddīn Walī is the first emir of this dynasty who minted coin …