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Edited by Caroline Humphrey, Uradyn E. Bulag and David Sneath
Published by Global Oriental for the Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit at the University of Cambridge, Inner Asia is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal with emphasis on the social sciences, humanities and cultural studies.
Edited by Garnik Asatrian
Iran and the Caucasus, a peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary journal, published in three issues per year. Iran and the Caucasus is a journal promoting original, innovative, and meticulous research on the history (ancient, mediaeval and modern), culture, anthropology, literature (textology), ...
By Keith Howard and Saparbek Kasmambetov
Ravil Bukharaev, Kazan University
In 1994, the term ‘Tatarstan model’ came into use to describe the path which one of Russia’s constituent republics had adopted. Since then, this particular model of development has attracted increasing attention from both domestic Russian and international observers, not least on account of its ...
Chokan Laumulin and Murat Laumulin
Here is a well-informed, concise introduction to the culture and history of the vast territory of Kazakhstan, equivalent to the size of Western Europe, located at the centre of geographical Eurasia.
Translated with a Historical and Philological Commentary by Igor de Rachewiltz
The 13th century Secret History of the Mongols, covering the great Činggis Qan’s (?1162-1227) ancestry and life, a literary monument of first magnitude. Introduction, full translation and commentary. The Secret History of the Mongols has been selected by Choice as Outstanding Academic Title (2005).
Edited by Ann Heirman, Ghent University, Belgium and Stephan Peter Bumbacher, Universities of Tübingen and Zürich
This book unravels some of the complex factors that allowed or hampered the presence of (certain aspects of) Buddhism in the regions to the north and the east of India, such as Central Asia, China, Tibet, Mongolia, or Korea.
Kol Gali. A Translation, with Commentaries, by Fred Beake and Ravil Bukharaev. Illustrations by Azat Minnekaev.
The Story of Joseph, the only surviving work by the founder of Bulgar-Tatar literature Kul Gali, is rendered into English for the first time in its entirety by Fred Beake and Ravil Bukharaev. Supporting the annotated translation are forty specially commissioned illustrations by one of Russia’s ...
Serving in the British Army, North-West frontier region in the 1890s, Colonel Wylly found there was no reliable, up to date information on the tribes or on the terrain. His work remains valuable for descriptions of tribes and their way of life, and for the background and information on campaigns ...
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