The Commentaries – Volume 1, 2021

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The Commentaries – Volume 1, 2021 | Edited by Joost Jongerden, Cengiz Gunes, Bahar Simsek Day | Published: 18 December 2021 [Mediterranean Politics Series: 2] | Paperback: ISBN: 978-1-80135-106-5  Buy from Amazon | Buy from Lulu | Talebe.com’dan al | Digital version: ISBN: 978-1-80135-107-2  Read on Google Play | Read on Kindle | Read on CEEOL | Talebe.com’da oku

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The Commentaries - Volume 1, 2021

The Commentaries – Volume 1, 2021

Edited by Joost Jongerden, Cengiz Gunes, Bahar Simsek Day
Published: 18 December 2021 [Mediterranean Politics Series: 2]

Paperback: ISBN: 978-1-80135-106-5  Buy from Amazon | Buy from Lulu | Talebe.com’dan al
Digital version: ISBN: 978-1-80135-107-2  Read on Google Play | Read on Kindle | Read on CEEOL | Talebe.com’da oku

The Commentaries is a journal that publishes analysis, evaluations and assessments of contemporary developments in Turkey, Turkey’s role in the MENA region, and Turkey-EU relations. It does so for a broad audience of scholars, policy-makers, professionals and students. The aim of The Commentaries is to draw attention to current advances, discuss policies and practices, and to stimulate critical discussion and theoretical reflection. The Commentaries is an initiative of the European Union Turkey Civic Commission (EUTCC).


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ABOUT THE EDITORS:

Joost Jongerden (PhD) is an Associate Professor at Rural Sociology, Wageningen University, the Netherlands and project professor at the Asian Platform for Global Sustainability and Transcultural Studies at Kyoto University, Japan. Broadly, his research covers the field of ‘Do-It-Yourself Development’ or the possibilities and potentials of alternative futures grounded in daily practices and present struggles. His main geographic focus is Turkey, Kurdistan and the Middle East. A list of publications is available at https://joostjongerden.academia.edu/research

Bahar Şimşek Day (PhD) graduated from the Department of Mathematics at Middle East Technical University. Shortly thereafter, she received her MA from Ankara University, based on research on ethnic encounters in Turkish films. Between the years 2009 and 2017, she worked as a research assistant in the Department of Radio, Television, and Cinema at Ankara University. She continued her research in Area Studies at Leiden University. Her PhD research explores the political histories within which Kurdish cinema has taken shape, and offers a political-theoretical framework for making sense of contemporary forms of aesthetic experimentation in Kurdish film.

Cengiz Gunes (PhD) completed his PhD at the Department of Government, University of Essex, UK. His main research interests are in the areas of autonomy and the accommodation of minorities, peace and conflict studies, the Kurds in the Middle East, the international relations of the Middle East and Turkish politics. He is the author of The Kurdish National Movement in Turkey: From Protest to Resistance (London: Routledge, 2012), The Kurds in a New Middle East: The Changing Geopolitics of a regional Conflict (London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2018), and The Political Representation of Kurds in Turkey: New Actors and Modes of Participation in a Changing Society (London: I.B. Tauris). He is co-editor of The Cambridge History of the Kurds (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021) and The Kurdish Question in Turkey: New Perspectives on Violence, Representation, and Reconciliation (London: Routledge, 2014). He has presented papers in national and international conferences and published articles in New Left ReviewEthnopolitics and Peace Review. He is currently an Associate Lecturer and an Honorary Research Associate in Politics at the Open University, UK.

PRODUCT DETAILS:

ISBN: 978-1-80135-106-5 (Print)
ISBN: 978-1-80135-107-2 (Digital)
Publisher: Transnational Press London
Published: 18 December 2021
Language: English
Pages: 109
Binding: Paperback
Interior Ink: Black & white
Weight (approx.): 0.3 kg
Dimensions (approx.): 15cm wide x 23cm tall

Additional information

Weight 0.40 kg
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Print

Binding

Paperback

Interior Ink

Black and White

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