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Thursday, September 25, 2008

Anthropologist Lolan Sipan Preserves Traditional Life


Modernity has a way of eclipsing, and sometimes even wiping out, tradition. There is a Kurdish anthropologist in northern Iraq who devotes his time and career to saving the traditions of Kurdistan's nomadic shepherds.
In another in our series, Making a Difference, VOA's Suzanne Presto traveled to Mount Halgurd near the Iranian border to tell Lolan Sipan's story.

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