We invite you to add your thoughts, ideas and comments about this website, the book Kurdistan: In the Shadow of History, or the traveling exhibition. After eight years of touring, the exhibit was displayed for the last time in Paris at the Hotel de Ville during the summer of 2004. An excerpt of the original show was presented at the International Center for Photography in New York, September 19, 2008–January 4, 2009; and at the Zilkha Gallery at Wesleyan University, Fall 2008.

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Subject: I express the gratitude of administration

Dear administration, I am assured, that I shall express the general opinion of all visitors and consequently on behalf of everything, I speak you the hugest thanks for creation and maintenance of such remarkable project!


As very much it would be desirable to hear something about plans for development of the project.

P.S. If our help is necessary - address, we always with pleasure shall help you!

Submitted by: scesitursiofs
Date: December 16, 2008



greate website, i like it, i am doing MA in architecture & urbanism. my dissertation will talk about KURD BRANDING BY ARCHITECTURE.

Submitted by: ALIFA.B.SHERWANI
Date: December 11, 2008

There is kurdish people but there doesnt exist kurdistan. I know this is all the kurds dreams but this dream will never become. So stop figthing. This is the war that you will never win. So dont let to people die.

Date: October 27, 2008

Subject: Kurdish feature film Jani Gal

I would like to mention, for your consideration, a fine, award-winning feature film from Kurdistan, "Jani Gal", directed by Jamil Rostami. The film screened at the 2008 Moondance International Film Festival, in Boulder, Colorado USA, and won an award for best foreign feature film. --Elizabeth English, Moondance Executive Director,

Submitted by: Elizabeth English
Date: September 04, 2008

Subject: A great website!!


First of all I want to say that this webbsite is very good, and I admire your goal with this webbsite.

I want to know why you donīt also publish the religous dimension of Kurdistan, that the garden of Eden were placed or that father Abraham was from the kurdish town of Mardin, or that the boat of Noah was saved on the kurdish mountain of Ararat? I would be glad if you could answer my questions!

Best regards,


Submitted by: Tom
Date: August 26, 2008

Subject: My thoughts

I think these documentaries are wonderful and I am thankful for all the time and effort put in to these projects.

Here is a website on the Kurdish Jaff tribe, for those who are interested:


Joan Jaff

Submitted by: Joan Jaff
Date: July 02, 2008

Greece and Kurdistan sharing Turkey :-)

Submitted by: BEJ
Date: June 09, 2008

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