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Issue 8

February, 2018

  • 27 February

    Editorial 8

    Greatings and regards from Nûbihar Akademî (NA), at the end of the fourth year we pleased to announce that the journal of Nûbihar Akademî is indexed by four international indices such as International Scientific Indexing (ISI), Acedemic Resource Index,Eurasian Scientific Journal Index (ESJI) and Directory of Research Journals Indexing (DRJI). …

  • 26 February

    The Connotation of Hair Flattop in Jaziri Poetry

    Hêmin OMAR AHMAD Ass. Prof., Department of Kurdish Language and Culture, Bingol University, Turkey. e-mail: heminahmad40@gmail.com Abstract The connotation of hair flattop in Jaziri poetry is the title of this research based on the meaning of gnosis of hair flattop word as a member of human’s face, and put it …

  • 25 February

    The Istanbul Period in the Modern Kurdish Literature

    Ramazan ÇEÇEN ABSTRACT The modern Kurdish literature was born in the beginning of the 20th century in the cities.  Apart from a few, these cities are all outside the realm of Kurdistan.  In this century, especially due to the policies of centralization conducted by the Ottoman State, the authority of …

  • 24 February

    The Novel Named Kılama Şilane (The Song of Şilane) in the Context of the Political Literature

    İlyas AKMAN Asst. Prof., Mardin Artuklu University, Faculty of Literature, Department of Kurdish Language and Literature, Mardin, Turkey. e-mail: ilyas-akman@hotmail.com ABSTRACT Literature is not just aesthetics, according to some authors. Authors who think in this way load the missions to literature and use their works as a tool for this …

  • 23 February

    A Comparative Study on “The Interlopers” and “Bêbextî”

    Ferhat YILMAZ ABSTRACT The magazines of Hawar and Ronahî are the essential source of modern Kurdish literature. As we know, in establishing these two magazines and filling in their contents, Celadet Ali Bedirkhan took a great deal of responsibilities. He used a dozens of names to fill in the contents …

  • 21 February

    An Inscription of Madrasah of Mîr Hesenê Welî

    Hanifi TAŞKIN Mamoste, Edremêt/Wan hnftskn@hotmail.com Abstract A lot of madrasas were built by Kurds in the period of the emirates. The madrasa of Mîr Hesenê Welî is one of those madrasas which was famous among the Kurds. This madrasa was built by the Emirate of Miks in Miks District (Turkish: …