6  Introduction
7  Ancestors (archaeology from 2200 BC till 650 AD)
28 Victims (the terror campaigns of Saddam Hussain, in particular the Anfal in the late 1980's)
38  Refugees (March-April 1991, when millions of Iraqi Kurds fled to Turkey and Iran)
48  Survivors (returning refugees and the beginnings of reconstruction in 1991-1992)
62  Authorities (politicians and other leaders, including Mustafa Barzani)
78  Soldiers (Kurdish soldiers, American soldiers in Kurdistan in 2003, Turkish troops in Kurdistan)
100  Dwellers (how ordinary people as well as refugees live: houses, villages, towns)
110  Farmers (farming, irrigation, green houses etc.)
126  Builders (the current building frenzy)
136  Women (women in villages and towns, women's organisations, headscarfs)
148  Worshippers (Muslims and Christians)
158  Consumers (the dependency of the Kurdistan Region on imports)
172  Traders (fairs, smugglers, chambers of commerce, traders)
182  Producers (the oil industry, carpet weaving and carpet manufacturing, water bottling)
192  Students (libararies, schools and universities)
202  Communicators (telecommunications infrastructure, printed media, tv stations, the state of journalism)
214  Partygoers (picknicking, marriages, playing children)


The Kurds of Iraq
by Michiel Hegener
22 x 24 cm, 228 pages
40.000 words, 215 photos, 6 maps
price: varies, see under 'order'
ISBN 978 90 5330 617 8
publisher: Schilt Publishing
(formerly Mets & Schilt) , Amsterdam
release: 8 May 2009