From the Editors
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In Memory of Suphi Nejat Ağırnaslı On 5 October 2014, we lost our friend, comrade, and colleague, the sociologist, translator, writer, and revolutionary Suphi Nejat Ağırnaslı while he was fighting with the Marxist Leninist Communist Party/Turkey and North Kurdistan (MLKP) and People's Protection Units (YPG) in Kobane. Condolences to all, and may he rest in peace. Suphi Nejat Ağırnaslı was born on 22 September 1984. From his early years on, he lived in Germany with his ...Keep Reading »
Suphi Nejat Ağırnaslı’nın Anısına Dostumuz, yoldaşımız, meslekdaşımız sosyolog, çevirmen, yazar, devrimci Suphi Nejat Ağırnaslı’yı 5 Ekim 2014 günü Kobane’de Marksist Leninist Komünist Parti Türkiye/ Kuzey Kürdistan (MLKP) saflarında kaybettik. Hepimizin başı sağolsun, ışıklar içinde uyusun. Suphi Nejat Ağırnaslı, 22 Eylül 1984 doğumlu. Siyasi mülteci olan ailesinin durumu dolayısıyla Nejat, çok küçük yaştan itibaren uzun yıllar Almanya’da yaşadı. Almanya’da girdiği ...Keep Reading »
Cihan Tekay is a PhD Candidate in Cultural Anthropology at CUNY Graduate Center and a Graduate Teaching Fellow at John Jay College of Criminial Justice. Her current research interests include gender and the labor movement, secularism and nationalism within the left, and the history of social movements in Turkey. Previously, she graduated from Hampshire College, where she studied the intersections of gender and the aesthetics of Turkish nation-building, and pursued graduate level work in sociology at Boğazici University. She has been active in various social movements in the US and in Turkey, including antiracist, feminist, ecological, anticapitalist, and international solidarity work. Cihan is a contributor to the Turkish daily Radikal and to Mashallah News. She is Co-Editor of the Turkey Page.
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