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The Sung Home. Narrative, Morality, and the Kurdish Nation

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<i>The Sung Home</i> tells the story of Kurdish singer-poets (<i>dengbêjs</i>) and the political context in which they perform. Their lyrics, life stories, and live performances offer fascinating insights into cultural practices, local politics and the contingencies of state borders.

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