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Edited by Nicola Di Cosmo
This is the first comprehensive, scholarly work on the military history of Inner and Central Asian peoples, including Türks, Uighurs, Mongols and Manchus, over a long period. Based on original documentary sources, this is the only scholarly work specifically devoted to Inner Asian military history.
Edited by Lawrence Epstein
As an indispensable introduction to local history of the Khams region of Eastern Tibet/Western China (with due attention for contemporary thinking about frontier regions), this volume contains seven papers on Khams pa (Eastern Tibet) Local, representing history, politics, and agency and their ...
Brian Glyn Williams
This volume provides the most up-to-date analysis of the ethnic cleansing of the Crimean Tatars, their exile in Central Asia and their struggle to return to the Crimean homeland. It also traces the formation of this diaspora nation from Mongol times to the collapse of the Soviet Union. A theme ...
This unprecedented account of one of the earliest Tibetan ‘treasure revealers’ also seeks to understand the role social or familial interests and sectarian polemic have played in perpetuating and transforming the textual narratives about him.
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