Kur­dol­ogy li­brary to open in Mardin

The Kurdish Globe - - FRONT PAGE -

As part of the demo­cratic open­ing process to­wards Kurds in Tur­key and the peace­ful so­lu­tion process in this coun­try, ef­forts have in­creased to pre­serve and de­velop the Kur­dish lan­guage in the North­ern Kur­dis­tan and other parts of Tur­key.

As part of the demo­cratic open­ing process to­wards Kurds in Tur­key and the peace­ful so­lu­tion process in this coun­try, ef­forts have in­creased to pre­serve and de­velop the Kur­dish lan­guage in the North­ern Kur­dis­tan and other parts of Tur­key.

The Turk­ish Anadolu Agency re­ported that Head of The In­sti­tute for Liv­ing Lan­guages at the Univer­sity of Ar­tuklu in Mardin, Pro­fes­sor Doc­tor Kadri Yildirim has an­nounced that in or­der to pro­tect the Kur­dish lan­guage and cul­ture as well as for de­vel­op­ing this liv­ing lan­guage and cul­ture, they have started a project to es­tab­lish a li­brary un­der the name of Kur­dol­ogy Li­brary in Mardin.

Prof. Dr. Yildirim told Anadolu Agency that they have started a wide cam­paign for col­lect­ing all the books, texts, brochures and other scripts about the lan­guage, re­li­gion, di­alects, lit­er­a­ture, cul­ture, his­tory, ge­og­ra­phy, an­thro­pol­ogy and other as­pects of Kur­dish.

“For this pur­pose we have brought the ma­jor­ity of the Kur­dol­ogy Ar­chive of the Rus­sian Am­bas­sador in Erzu­rum and Alexan­der Jabayee in St. Peters­burg to Mardin.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Iraq

© PressReader. All rights reserved.