Ferghana Valley: The Heart of Central Asia

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Routledge, 18 gru 2014 - 512
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The Ferghana Valley can reasonably be said to lie in the heart of Central Asia. As such, the Valley has made an inordinate contribution to the history and culture of the region as a whole, as well as significantly affecting the economic, political and religious spheres. This book looks at the region over time, from its early history to the present. It embraces not just the obvious fields of politics, economics and religion, but also ethnography, sociology and culture, and includes the insights of leading scholars from all three Ferghana countries. The book discusses various questions of identity relating to the region, showing how the identity of the Ferghana Valley relates to the emerging national identities of the three post-colonial states that are still gradually emerging from the demise of the Soviet Union, as well as how an understanding of the Ferghana Valley is key to understanding Central Asia itself.

 

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Acknowledgments
Introducingthe Ferghana Valley
The Rise and Fall of the Kokand Khanate
Colonial Rule and Indigenous Responses 18601917
Soviet Rule and the Delineation of Borders in the Ferghana Valley
Republic The Ferghana Valley Under Stalin 19291953
TheFerghana Valley in the Eras of Khrushchev and Brezhnev
Uzbekistan
ANew Phase inthe Historyofthe Ferghana Valley 19922008 Baktybek Beshimov KyrgyzRepublic with Pulat Shozimov
Economic Development in the Ferghana Valley Since 1991
Land Water and Ecology
Between National Identity
The Ferghana Valley and the International Community
AbouttheEditors Authors and Contributing Authors
Index

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