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RELATED WEBSITES

Referential Sites

Turks (Online Encyclopedia)

Turkic Peoples (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

List of Turkic States and Empires

Central Asia

Turkestan

Silkroad Foundation

Silk Road Seattle (University of Washington)

Silk Road Project (silkroadproject.org)

Hauptstadtinszenierungen in Zentralasien (in German) (zentralasien.net)

The Middle Easternization of Central Asia (PDF file) (Pauline Jones Luong, 2003)

Central Asian Monuments (edited by Hasan Paksoy, 1992)

Essays on Central Asia by Hasan Paksoy:

Central Asian Identity Under Russian Rule (1989)

The Question of "Religious Fundemantalism" in Central Asia (1997)

Nationality or Religion?. Views of Central Asian Islam (1995)

Political Legitimacy Trends in Central Asia

"Basmachi": Turkistan National Liberation Movement 1916-1930s (1991)

Basmachi Movement From Within: Account of Zeki Velidi Togan (1995)

An Ancounter Between Z. V. Togan and S. Freud (1998)

Dastan Genre in Central Asia (1995)

Central Asia's New Dastans (1987)

Elements of Humor in Central Asia: The Example of the Journal Molla Nasreddin in Azarbaijan (1988)

Lectures on Central Asia

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