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Issue 6

May, 2017

  • 8 May

    Editorial 6

    Esteemed researchers, We are pleased to announce that, with its 6th  issue, The Journal of Nûbihar Akademî has left three years behind and we hope this march continue for many years. As can be seen from article and researches of this issue, text has a central role in literary researches …

  • 7 May

    The Practice of Kurds in Non-European Modernization

    ABSTRACT: As in many other Ottoman communities, among Kurds European thoughts emerged at the beginning of the twentieth century in Istanbul. According to their own main features, the total of those thoughts were non- European ones. However Kurds’ experience differs from oriental-Islamic modernizations because of absence of state. The determinant …

  • 6 May

    “A Politician Journalist and An Opponent Journal: Mewlanzade Rifat and Serbestî Journal”

    ABSTRACT: Mewlanzade Rifat was a renowned and significant figure of the Kurdish nationalist movement at the beginning of the 20th century. He was known by his identities as a journalist, a writer and a politician. Beside the journal Serbestî, he acted as the executive and administrator of many other publications …

  • 5 May

    Molla Abdulfettah Hezroyî and Eulogy for Pen (Manuscript and Review)

    ABSTRACT: The poems in classical literature on the subject of pen are of importance both as a literary genre and for bearing the traces of the culture and civilization. These poems reveal several literary arts by reflecting the dialogue of the poet with the pen, several characteristics of the pen …

  • 4 May

    Erdelans in Northern Sources

    ABSTRACT: As a significant fact in Kurdish history, The Erdelan Beylic continued its existence through seven hundred years some- times independently, sometimes aoutonomously, and semi- autonomously. However, Erdelan has never come to be known among Northern Kurds for a long time. Informations about Erdelan Beylic are very limited in early …

  • 3 May

    A Kurdish Poem by Sayyid Ya‘qūb Māydashtī

    ABSTRACT: The early modern Kurdish poet Sayyid Ya‘qūb Māydashtī was one of the most great poets of southern Kurdish history and culture, exerting a considerable influence over many years. He had a genius for original and subtle Kurdish poem, with the motive behind his literary method being his faith. His …

  • 1 May

    Yekem Kovara Zarokan a Kurdî“Girr û Gallî Mindallanî Kurd”

    ABSTRACT: In this study, Girr û Gallî Mindallanî Kurd, the first example of Kurdish children’s magazine, was introduced. We briefly mentioned the importance of children’s magazines and the first example in this area before proceeding to the introduc- tion of the magazine. In addition, before the publication of this magazine, …