Book details

Publication date: January 2021
Keywords: political refugees, Iranian Kurdistan, Peshmerga, Abdullah Öcalan, Ba’ath regime, Syria, political violence, genocide, Zaza Kurds, Female Genital Mutilation, Sulaymani, Komala, PKK, YPG, imprisonment, exile, torture, domestic violence, art, activism, resistance, Rojava, ISIS, Saddam Hussein
Subject(s): BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Women, POLITICAL SCIENCE / Genocide & War Crimes, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / Middle Eastern Studies, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Women's Studies, political refugees, Iranian Kurdistan, Peshmerga, Abdullah Öcalan, Ba’ath regime, Syria, political violence, genocide, Zaza Kurds, Female Genital Mutilation, Sulaymani, Komala, PKK, YPG, imprisonment, exile, torture, domestic violence, art, activism, resistance, Rojava, ISIS, Saddam Hussein, Oral History / Kurdish Studies / Women’s Studies, Women's Studies, Literary Nonfiction, Biography: general, Gender studies: women & girls, Genocide & ethnic cleansing
Publisher(s): The University of Alberta Press, Pluto Press

Houzan Mahmoud. Houzan Mahmoud is a Kurdish feminist, public lecturer, and co-founder of Culture Project. She is the winner of the 2016 Emma Humphrey’s Memorial Award and the 2018 One Law for All Secularism Award. She has been published in The Independent, The Guardian, and New Statesman.

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