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Sufi Military, Law, and Justice

The core class, The Minority Report, has introduced me to many of the sub-dominate peoples that make up Turkey and the rest of the Middle East. For our final project, my contribution to the group oral report and written essay were on the topic of the Sufi minority’s military, law, and justice practices and beliefs. […]



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Women and The IRA

The class Iā€™m currently in, Irish Women and Drama, has given me a wealth of plays and films as a context to how Irish Women have been represented in these mediums. These plays and films also give context towards what women might have experienced at various points in Irish history. Personally I have taken interest […]



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History, Subjugation and Dispersal of the Circassian Minority

The Circassian people are the native inhabitants of the Caucasus mountains and surrounding area east of the Black Sea in what is now South-Western Russia and Northern Georgia (King). They existed as a sovereign ā€“ although largely politically and militarily pressured ā€“ state between the approximate years of 1350 until the surrender of Caucasian Muslim […]



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Arts and Expression of the Circassians

Circassian Art and Culture Culture is made up of a variety of factors, and one such way of defining cultural differences is by looking at their artistic expressions. Through constantly evolving ways to communicate, there is an ever increasing way to express one’s feelings whether it be through song, dance, storytelling or a physical piece […]



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The Roma: Role of Women in a Cultural Minority

The Role of Woman in Roma Society BY Cuyler Cunningham Cor-330-17   Summery- For this project, I was required to study and ethnic minority located in Turkey. My group and I decided to study the Roma, or better known as the Gypsies. My part in the project was to give a short description of their […]



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