عنوان مقاله [English]
The beginning of the 20th century was a hard period for Iran and especially Kurdistan province. The tribal revolts crisis after the constitutionalism, the deterrent local elements and the serious consequences of World War I caused a special and different situation in Kurdistan. The above reasons prevented Kurdish women to take part in different social and political fields. Women's participation in these fields was less than men, for the lack of social and political experiences, although men's participation in the mentioned fields correlated directly to their rural, tribal or urban origins. The aim of the research is to find the Kurdistan women’s political and social place and their influences on the hard times of the beginning of the twentieth century. The author has reviewed the routine life of Kurdish women and their roles in policy and economy through the available resources.