6. The City Rises

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Urban Warfare

The Kurdish experiment in radical municipalism obliges us to rethink the issue of state violence and how new worlds can be created as well as defended.

Bakur Rising: Democratic Autonomy in Kurdistan

The Kurdish experiment in radical municipalism obliges us to rethink the issue of state violence and how new worlds can be created as well as defended.
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Nazan Üstündağ

Nazan Üstündağ is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boğaziçi University in Istanbul. She is currently working on a book manuscript on the political cosmology of the Kurdish freedom movement and the place of the figure of the woman in this cosmology. She is a founding member of the Peace Parliament and Academics for Peace, as well as a member of Women for Peace.

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