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welcomes original papers on any aspect of Central Asian Studies . CL03 SAVI
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He was the right hand man of the late Professor Babajan Gafurov and gave all
support to him in sponsoring new studies on Central Asia . In the very first
meeting held at Dushanbe in 1968 Professor Asimov , as President of the Tajik
International Journal of Central Asian Studies EDITOR IN CHIEF Prof. ... literature
, history , culture , society and archaeology of the Central Asia which comprises of
the Altaic World and its vicinity , i.e. , Turkey , Hungary , Caucasus , the Soviet ...
Author: Pakistan Historical SocietyPublish On: 2004
Abdul Hai Habibi , Kabul , 1963 ; Journal of Central Asian Studies , vol . I , 1990 ;
vol . III , 1992 ; vol . IV , 1993 and vol . V , 1995 , University of Kashmir , Srinagar .
Chinese Turkistan is also called Kashgharia or Sinkiang or Tarim Basin region ...
International Economic Journal 27 (3): 365–84. Del Carpio, Ximena V., ... Review
of Economic Studies 80 (1): 145–73. Dustmann ... Critical Connections:
Promoting Economic Growth and Resilience in Europe and Central Asia. Europe
Author: World Bank
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Category: Business & Economics
The share of immigrants in Western and Eastern Europe has increased rapidly over the past four decades. Today, one of every three immigrants in the world goes to Europe. Furthermore, although globally only one-third of migration takes place within regions, intraregional migration is especially high within Europe and Central Asia, with 80 percent of the region's emigrants choosing to move to other countries in the region. In high-income destination countries, migrants are often blamed for high unemployment and declining social services. There are also widespread concerns about brain drain in the migrant sending countries of Eastern Europe, the Western Balkans, and Central Asia. This update focuses on the design of policies on labor mobility and presents the trends, determinants, and impacts of low- and high-skilled labor.
The Politics of Muslim Cultural Reform: Jadidism in Central Asia. Berkeley:
University of California Press, 1998. ———. “A Secular Islam: Nation, State, and
Religion in Uzbekistan.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 35, no.
Author: Yuriy Malikov
Publisher: Lexington Books
Modern Central Asia: A Primary Source Reader is an academic resource that discusses the basic political, social, and economic evolution of Central Asian civilization in its colonial (1731–1991) and post-colonial (1991–present) periods. Among other aspects of Central Asian history, this source reader discusses resistance and accommodation of native societies to the policies of the imperial center, the transformation of Central Asian societies under Tsarist and Soviet rule, and the history of Islam in Central Asia and its role in nation and state-building processes. This primary source book will be instrumental for familiarizing students with the nationality policies of imperial Russian, Soviet, and post-Soviet governments as well as the effects produced by these policies on the natives of the region. The documents collected in this reader challenge the traditional approach, which has viewed Central Asians as passive recipients of the policies imposed on them by central authorities. Modern Central Asia: A Primary Source Reader demonstrates the active participation of the indigenous peoples in contact with other peoples by examining the natives’ ways of organizing societies, their pre-colonial experience of contact with outsiders, and the structure of their subsistence systems. The source book will also help students situate the major events and activities of Central Asia in a global context. In addition to the value of this collection to the Central Asian historical record, many of the included texts will be essential for comparative analyses and cross-disciplinary approaches in the study of world history.
Anthropologists of Central Eurasia are hard pressed to find a body of literature on
which to teach a course on the subject . ... The Central Asian Studies Society in
London has for some decades produced an important journal — Central Asian ...
This augurs well for the future of Indo - Afghan cooperation in diverse fields.53
The same is true of Central Asian states , which are ... Y.B. Singh , "
Nomenclature of Central Asian Trade Routes " , The Journal of Central Asian Studies , Vol .
Author: Mansura Haidar
Category: Asia, Central
Section-1. The great silk road, caravan serais, and trade routes -- section-II. Ancient traditions, art and culture -- section-III. Tussle for power: reforms, politics, modernization.
Modern Japanese Literature in Translation : A Bibliography NS ou ON EY ON CH The Journal of Asian Studies ... Books on Asia General , China , and Central Asia
should be sent to the office of the editor ; books on Japan should be sent to ...
Iranian Journal of Central Asian Studies. AMU DARYA The Iranian Journal of Central Asian Studies Published quarterly by the Center for the Study of Central
Asia and the Caucasus ( CSCAC ) Chairman of Editorial Board : Ali Reza
The Journal of Central Asian Studies vol . 7 . No . 1 Srinagar , Kashmir : Centre of
Central Asian Studies , University of Kashmir , 1996 . Conversion to Islam . New
York : Holmes and Meier Publications , Inc . 1979 : Family and Kinship : A Study ...
Articulating the centrality of Central Asia will requ a greater degree of co -
ordination for the optimal use of scarce resources . ' Nordic Research on Central
Asia . Past , Present and Future ' and ' Marginal Centrality : Central Asian Studies
... 'Mughals and the Hajj', Journal of Oriental Society of Australia, vol. 18–19,
1986–7, pp. 164–79. Pelkmans, Mathijs, Realigning Religion and Power in Central Asia: Islam, Nation-State and (Post)socialism', Europe-Asia Studies, vol.
Author: Bayram Balci
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Category: Political Science
With the end of the Soviet Union in 1991, a major turning point in all former Soviet republics, Central Asian and Caucasian countries began to reflect on their history and identities. As a consequence of their opening up to the global exchange of ideas, various strains of Islam and trends in Islamic thought have nourished the Islamic revival that had already started in the context of glasnost and perestroika--from Turkey, Iran, the Arabian Peninsula, and from the Indian subcontinent; the four regions with strong ties to Central Asian and Caucasian Islam in the years before Soviet occupation. Bayram Balci seeks to analyse how these new Islamic influences have reached local societies and how they have interacted with pre-existing religious belief and practice. Combining exceptional erudition with rare first-hand research, Balci's book provides a sophisticated account of both the internal dynamics and external influences in the evolution of Islam in the region.
Although a small number of dedicated scholars continued to make significant
contributions towards the study of the Muslims of the Soviet Union in Western
academic institutions , Central Asian studies still constituted a small sub -
discipline of ...
Author: Bhavna Dave
The focus for this set encompasses the region as a whole, as well as each individual country, comprising the Soviet legacy, cultural and social institutions, modern economic and political transition, and geopolitics and security.
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... Radio Liberty Research Bulletins “ Key Sections of Accords on Afghanistan ” , Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies , Vol . XI , No . 4 , Summer ...
The new . born Central Asian Republics ( CARS ) faced the first challenge of
Islamic fundamentalism . India's interest lies in discouraging any theocratic
manoeuvres in polity . With no near solution to Afghan crisis , Iran remains an
Proceedings from the Conference on Asian Ecosystems and Their Protection,
August 1995. Ulaanbaatar ... Natural Areas Journal 19(3): 211-222. Reading ...
Proceedings of the 1nstitute of Biology of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences (
Mammalogical Studies in Mongolia and 1ts Adjacent Territories) 24:120-132.
Category: Land use, Rural
The 11 papers in this document address issues and needs in the development and stewardship of Central Asia rangelands, and identify directions for future work. With its vast rangelands and numerous pastoral populations, Central Asia is a region of increasing importance to rangeland scientists, managers, and pastoral development specialists. Five of the papers address rangeland issues in Mongolia, three papers specifically address studies in China, two papers address Kazakhstan, and one paper addresses the use of satellite images for natural resource planning across Central Asia. These papers comprise the proceedings from a general technical conference at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management, held at Salt Lake City, Utah, January 24-30, 2004. As the 2004 SRM Conference theme was "Rangelands in Transition," these papers focus on an area of the world that has experienced dramatic socio-economic changes in 20th Century associated with adoption of communism and command economies and the subsequent collapse of the command economies and the recent transition to a free market economies. The changes in land use and land tenure policies that accompanied these shifts in socio economic regimes have had dramatic impacts on the region's rangelands and the people who use them.