Tezcür, Güneş Murat and Helin Yıldız, 2019. “Kurdish Politics in Post-2011 Syria: From Fragmentation to Hegemony,” Mediterranean Politics, Published Online.
Tezcür, Güneş Murat, 2019. “A Century of the Kurdish Question,” Ethnopolitics 18(1): 1-12. In a special issue on Kurdish politics edited by G. M. Tezcür.
Fisher, Tyler and Nahro Zagros, 2018. “Yezidi Baptism and Rebaptism: Resilience, Reintegration, and Religious Adaptation,” in Routledge Handbook on the Kurds ed., Michael M. Gunter, New York: Routledge.
Tezcür, Güneş Murat and Peyman Asadzade, 2018. “Ethnic Nationalism versus Religious Loyalty: The Case of Kurds in Iran,” Nations and Nationalism.
Tezcür, Güneş Murat and Clayton Besaw, 2018. “Jihadist Waves: Syria, the Islamic State, and the Changing Nature of Foreign Fighters,” Conflict Management and Peace Science.
Tezcür, Güneş Murat and Mehmet Gürses, 2017. “Ethnic Exclusion and Mobilization: The Kurdish Conflict in Turkey,” Comparative Politics 49(2): 213-234.
Özoğlu, Hakan, 2016. “Politics of Memory: The Role of Collective Forgetting in Kurdish Identity Formation,” in The Kurdish Question Revisited eds., Gareth Stansfield and Mohammed Shareef, London: Hurst.
Tezcür, Güneş Murat, 2016. “Ordinary People, Extraordinary Risks: Joining an Ethnic Rebellion,” American Political Science Review 110(2): 247-264.
Tezcür, Güneş Murat, 2015. “Catholic and Muslim Human Rights Activism in Violent Internal Conflicts,” Politics and Religion 8(1): 111-134.
Tezcür, Güneş Murat, 2015. “Electoral Behavior in Civil Wars: The Kurdish Conflict in Turkey,” Civil Wars 17(1): 70-88.
Tezcür, Güneş Murat, 2015. “Violence and Nationalist Mobilization: The Onset of the Kurdish Insurgency in Turkey,” Nationalities Papers 43(2): 248-266.
Tezcür, Güneş Murat, 2014. “The Ebb and Flow of Armed Conflict in Turkey: An Elusive Peace,” in Conflict, Democratization and the Kurds in the Middle East: Turkey, Iran, Iraq, and Syria eds., David Romano and Mehmet Gurses, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 171-188.
Tezcür, Güneş Murat, 2013. “Prospects for Resolution of the Kurdish Question: A Realist Perspective,” Insight Turkey 15(2): 69-84.