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Dear all, the latest issue of the *European Journal of Turkish Studies* "Ideological Productions and Transformations: the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and the Left" edited by Marlies Casier and Joost Jongerden is now accessible online: http://ejts.revues.org/4600 Please see the table of contents below. Best regards, Marc Aymes on behalf of the EJTS editorial board # EJTS | 14 (2012) Ideological Productions and Transformations: the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and the Left Edited by Marlies Casier and Joost Jongerden Marlies Casier and Joost Jongerden Understanding today’s Kurdish movement: Leftist heritage, martyrdom, democracy and gender URL: http://ejts.revues.org/index4656.html Joost Jongerden and Ahmet Hamdi Akkaya The Kurdistan Workers Party and a New Left in Turkey: Analysis of the revolutionary movement in Turkey through the PKK’s memorial text on Haki Karer URL: http://ejts.revues.org/index4613.html Ahmet Hamdi Akkaya and Joost Jongerden Reassembling the Political: The PKK and the project of Radical Democracy URL: http://ejts.revues.org/index4615.html Mustafa E. Gurbuz ‘Sold Out to the Enemy’: Emerging Symbolic Boundaries in Kurdish Politics and the Strategic Uses of Labeling Treason URL: http://ejts.revues.org/index4629.html Handan Çağlayan From Kawa the Blacksmith to Ishtar the Goddess: Gender Constructions in Ideological-Political Discourses of the Kurdish Movement in post-1980 Turkey. Limits and possibilities URL: http://ejts.revues.org/index4657.html Hamit Bozarslan Between integration, autonomization and radicalization. Hamit Bozarslan on the Kurdish Movement and the Turkish Left Interview by Marlies Casier and Olivier Grojean URL: http://ejts.revues.org/index4663.html -- *European Journal of Turkish Studies* http://ejts.revues.org Posted by: firstname.lastname@example.org