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Idee, ideologie, działanie : prezentacja wywiadów z przedstawicielami kurdyjskich lewicowych i muzułmańskich instytucji kulturalnych w Kurdystanie północnym (Turcja) i Stambule

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Idee, ideologie, działanie : prezentacja wywiadów z przedstawicielami kurdyjskich lewicowych i muzułmańskich instytucji kulturalnych w Kurdystanie północnym (Turcja) i Stambule

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dc.contributor.author Bocheńska, Joanna [SAP13902818] pl
dc.contributor.author Kaczorowski, Karol [USOS134581] pl
dc.contributor.editor Hałaburda, Marek pl
dc.contributor.editor Rzepka, Marcin [SAP11118865] pl
dc.date.accessioned 2019-03-27T11:36:16Z
dc.date.available 2019-03-27T11:36:16Z
dc.date.issued 2018 pl
dc.identifier.isbn 978-83-63646-56-1 pl
dc.identifier.uri https://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/71535
dc.language pol pl
dc.rights Dodaję tylko opis bibliograficzny *
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dc.title Idee, ideologie, działanie : prezentacja wywiadów z przedstawicielami kurdyjskich lewicowych i muzułmańskich instytucji kulturalnych w Kurdystanie północnym (Turcja) i Stambule pl
dc.title.alternative Ideas, ideologies, action : interviews with representatives of Kurdish cultural institutions of the left-wing and Muslim profile from Istanbul, Diyarbakir and Mardin pl
dc.type BookSection pl
dc.pubinfo Kraków : Scientia Plus pl
dc.description.physical 215-280 pl
dc.abstract.en The paper presents four extensive interviews taken in Kurdish cultural institutions in Istanbul, Diyarbakir and Mardin in July, 2015. The interviewees represent both left-wing and Muslim organisations namely Navenda Çanda Mezopotamya (The Mesopotamia Cultural Centre/Istanbul), Sumerpark Gallery (Diyarbakir) and Nûbihar (Diyarbakir, Mardin). The interviews translated into Polish, are a part of our ongoing research on Kurdish cultural policy, institutions, ideas and values. The aim of the interviews was to study the role of both left-wing and Muslim ideology in shaping modern understanding of Kurdish culture and cultural policy. On the other hand, following Shmuel Noah Eisenstadt’s theory on multiple modernity we also concentrated on the way how Kurdish culture, difficult historical and social experience as well as multi-religious and multi-ethnic context of Kurdistan have shaped the understanding of modern ideas and ideologies. The results of the research indicate that there are numerous factors linking modern ideas with the cultural background and the past of Kurdish community. In spite of that, both leftist and Muslim organisations are deliberately escaping the label of "Kurdish". They do not want to use it in connection with the left-wing movement or Islam. This policy is motivated not only by the leftist ideology or Islam, but first of all by reluctance to follow the Turkish pattern which, according to the respondents, led to malformation of Islam and cultural heritage of the country and also coerced assimilation of many non-Turkish inhabitants. However, this "anti-nationalistic" policy is, at the same time, very focused on preserving and developing Kurdish national heritage. The representatives of Nûbihar even stress that caring for their mother tongue and its daily use is a part of worship (îbadet). The Kurdish language plays an important role not only as a symbol of otherness and resistance but also as a repository of different meanings and values which "sounds and means differently than their Turkish equivalents". The interviewees also highlight the importance of other non-Kurdish and non-Muslim inhabitants of Kurdistan and the voice of their cultures. In Kurdish context postulated "equality of the other cultures and languages" seems to be inscribed in leftist ideology and Islam as well as in the idea of Kurdish national diversity. The respondents pointed out many times that Kurdish culture is a puzzle itself and contains elements borrowed "from the others". Interestingly, the cultural exchange is understood as still dynamic process linking Kurdish culture with the outside world and its modern movements. On the other hand, the respondents, although coming from different backgrounds, express their criticism over Turkish attitude toward western shape of modernity accusing it of "the unreflective imitation". That is why the unfolding pattern of Kurdish modern culture is declared as "better considered" and "counterbalancing the impact of the East and the West". pl
dc.subject.pl Kurdowie pl
dc.subject.pl Kurdystan pl
dc.subject.en Kurds pl
dc.subject.en Kurdistan pl
dc.description.publication 3,6 pl
dc.title.container Kurdystan : perspektywy badawcze pl
dc.language.container pol pl
dc.affiliation Wydział Filologiczny : Instytut Orientalistyki pl
dc.affiliation Wydział Filozoficzny : Instytut Socjologii pl
dc.subtype Article pl
dc.rights.original bez licencji pl
dc.identifier.project DEC-2012/05/E/HS2/03779 pl
dc.identifier.project ROD UJ / O pl


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