Alevi Kurds in the UK: Paving the way towards recognition of a new ethno-religious identity

Cetin, U. and Jenkins, C. Forthcoming. Alevi Kurds in the UK: Paving the way towards recognition of a new ethno-religious identity . in: Wang, C. and Lamb, T. (ed.) Bridging Borders, Creating Spaces: Negotiating Identities, Language and Migration in Global London

Chapter titleAlevi Kurds in the UK: Paving the way towards recognition of a new ethno-religious identity
AuthorsCetin, U. and Jenkins, C.
EditorsWang, C. and Lamb, T.
Book title Bridging Borders, Creating Spaces: Negotiating Identities, Language and Migration in Global London

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