Continuity and change in Central and Inner Asia : papers presented at the Central and Inner Asian Seminar, University of Toronto, 24-25 March 2000 and 4-5 May 2001

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245 1 0 ‡aContinuity and change in Central and Inner Asia : ‡bpapers presented at the Central and Inner Asian Seminar, University of Toronto, 24-25 March 2000 and 4-5 May 2001 / ‡cedited by Michael Gervers and Wayne Schlepp.
260 ‡aToronto : ‡bAsian Institute, University of Toronto, ‡c2002.
300 ‡ax, 361 p. : ‡bill., maps ; ‡c22 cm.
490 0 ‡aToronto studies in Central and Inner Asia ; ‡vno. 5
504 ‡aIncludes bibliographical references.
505 0 0 ‡tI. Historical precedents. 1. ‡tThe ethnic origin of the Huns and their appearance in Eastern Europe / ‡rYusuf Dzafarov -- 2. ‡tTurkic nomads: the elite of ninth-century muslim armies / ‡rGhada Jayyusi Lehn -- 3. ‡tPopulation decadence and dynastic decline in the Mongol Empire / ‡rGeorge Zhao -- 4. ‡tRussia's great game in Tibet? / ‡rDavid Schimmelpenninck -- II. Political ramifications. 5. ‡tThe Western Lands (Xiyu) in the political thinking of the Qing Empire / ‡rDina Doubrovskaia -- 6. ‡tThe sources of Kazakhstani conduct / ‡rRobert M. Cutler -- 7. ‡tRepatriation to Kazakhstan: history and current situation / ‡rGulnara Mendikulova -- III. Economic perspectives. 8. ‡tEconomic prospects for Central Asia: competing in the global market place / ‡rGulnara Moldasheva -- 9. ‡tThe problems of reconciling the values of civil society with the requirements of a market economy in contemporary Kyrgyzstan / ‡rRahat Achylova -- 10. ‡tThe main characteristics of Mongolian and Korean economic development, focusing on agriculture / ‡rGyörgy Neszmélyi -- 11. ‡tReinventing the dzud: livestock famine in twenty-first-century Mongolia / ‡rOtto Farkas, with Béla Kempf -- 12. ‡tIranian social and economic development: animal husbandry and the role of rural women in agriculture / ‡rEdita Slivková-Neszmélyi -- III. Art and culture. 13. ‡tThe Guyuan sarcophagus: motifs from all Asia / ‡rRosalind Bradford -- 14. ‡tCoin and sculpture arts of the Kushan era, first to fourth centuries AD / ‡rDavid Jongeward -- 15. ‡tUrban metamorphosis in the Central Asian region after the Arab invasions: an analysis of archaeological findings, literature and scholarly writings / ‡rManu P. Sobti -- ‡tExamples of iconographical usage: the bronze basin from the Hodja Ahmad Yasawi Shrine in Turkestan and the Nisan Tası in the Mawlana's lodge in Konya / ‡rBurcu Tekin and Hakan Tekin -- 17. ‡tLes européens de l'Asie centrale: une culture entre deux mondes / ‡rBoris Chukhovich -- IV. Literature and linguistics. 18. ‡tThe Skylark Myth in Buryat epic and the Siberian tradition of the Bird-Shaman / ‡rBayar Dugarov -- 19. Wife, mother, shamaness, warrior woman: the role of women in Mongolian and Siberian epic tales / ‡rSarangerel -- 20. ‡tThe nomadic cultural perspective in the Kazak language / ‡rTalant Mawkanuli --21. ‡tObservations on the honorific system of the Korean language / ‡rHye-Young Im.
538 ‡aMode of access: Internet.
546 ‡aIn English, with one contribution in French.
650 0 ‡aShamanism ‡zAsia, Central ‡vCongresses.
650 0 ‡aFolklore ‡zAsia, Central ‡vCongresses.
650 0 ‡aNomads ‡zAsia, Central ‡vCongresses.
651 0 ‡aAsia, Central ‡xHistory ‡vCongresses.
651 0 ‡aAsia, Central ‡xCivilization ‡vCongresses.
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700 1 ‡aGervers, Michael, ‡d1942-
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