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|a The Central Asian world / |c edited by Jeanne Féaux de la Croix and Madeleine Reeves.
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|a Abingdon, Oxon ; |a New York, NY : |b Routledge, |c 2024.
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|c ©2024
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|a 1 online resource (xxiv, 789 pages) : |b illustrations (chiefly color), maps..
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|a The Routledge worlds
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|a Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|g Introduction: Centring the anthropology of Central Asia / |r Jeanne Féaux de la Croix and Madeleine Reeves -- |g Part I: |t Reverberating Legacies -- |t Ethnogenesis Through the Lens of Soviet Ethnography: Academic research in the service of nation-building and socialist modernity / |r Sergey Abashin and Matthew Naumann -- |t Lasting Legacies in Central Asia's Agro-Pastoralist Livelihoods / |r Jeanine Daǧyeli -- |t Aftershocks of perestroika: Tajikistan's flattened modernity / |r Isaac McKean Scarborough -- |t Struggling to interpret Islam in Central Asia: Religion, politics, and anthropology / |r Julie McBrien -- |t Decolonizing 'the field' in the anthropology of Central Asia: 'Being there' and 'being here' / |r Alima Bissenova -- |t Utterly Other: Queering Central Asia, decolonising sexualities / |r Mohira Suyarkulova -- |g Part II: |t Solidarity and Struggle -- |t Qara Shangyraq: Searching for a Qazaq home between two worlds / |r Zhaina Meirkhan -- |t The Dvor and urban communities: Socio-spatial rhythms in Bishkek and other cities of Central Asia / |r Philipp Schröder -- |t Fighting back: The older working-class women's resistance against market forces in Kyrgyzstan / |r Elmira Satybaldieva -- |t Local political organization in Afghanistan / |r Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili -- |t Daughters as Ojiza: Marriage, security and care strategies for daughters among Uzbeks in southern Kyrgyzstan / |r Aksana Ismailbekova -- |t New churches and the religious freedom agenda in Kyrgyzstan / |r Noor O'Neill Borbieva -- |g Part III: |t Care and Interdependence -- |t Theorizing Central Asian neighbourhoods as social interdependence, state encounter, and narrative / |r Morgan Y. Liu -- |t Life and death in the margins: Care and ambivalence in southern Kyrgyzstan / |r Grace H. Zhou -- |t Bargaining over care and control: Money transfers and ICT-based communication in transnational families between Tajikistan and Russia / |r Juliette Cleuziou -- |t Outsourcing domestic care: Gendered labour mobility and ambiguities of Turkmen migrant work in Istanbul / |r Marhabo Saparova -- |g Part IV: |t Navigating the State -- |t Ethnicising infrastructure: Roads, railways and differential mobility in northwest China / |r Agnieszka Joniak-Lüthi -- |t Language choices, future imaginaries, and the lived hierarchy of languages in post-industrial Tajikistan / |r Elena Borisova -- |t Sonic statecrafting: The politics of popular music in Uzbekistan / |r Kerstin Klenke -- |t Before the law: Policy, practice and the search for the 'Prepared Migrant Worker' in the transnational migration bureaucracy / |r Malika Bahovadinova -- |t Reeducation time: The banality of violent paternalism in Xinjiang / |r Darren Byler -- |g Part V: |t Persons, Healing, and More-than-Human Worlds -- |t The art of interpreting visionary dreams / |r Maria Louw -- |t Early childhood health care in rural Kyrgyzstan / |r Baktygul Shabdan -- |t Drunkenness and authority between animal and human worlds : On the partridge hunt in Tajikistan/ |r Brinton Ahlin -- |t Healing with spirits: Human and more-than-human healing agency in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan / |r Danuta Penkala-Gawęcka -- |g Part VI: |t Ethical Repertoires -- |t Legal pluralism in Central Asia: The customization of state and religious law in Kyrgyzstan / |r Judith Beyer -- |t Hospitality in Central Asia / |r Magnus Marsden -- |t Mobile livelihoods of Kyrgyz Tablighi Jamaat: Living between two worlds / |r Emil Nasridtinov -- |t The value of a dead miner: Industrial accidents, compensation and fairness in Kazakhstan / |r Eeva Kesküla -- |g Part VII: |t Everyday Moral Economies -- |t Who Owns the (good) land?: Cotton farming, land ownership and salinised soils in southern Central Asia / |r Tommaso Trevisani -- |t Changing pastoral livelihoods / |r Carole Ferret -- |t Small-scale gold mining communities in Kyrgyzstan: Torn between extraction projects / |r Gulzat Botoeva -- |t The Central Asian bazaar since 1991 / |r Hasan H. Karrar -- |t Halal as a site of dilemma and negotiation / |r Aisalkyn Botoeva -- |g Part VIII: |t Mobility and Migration -- |t The money of home: Remittances and the remaking of an Afghan transnational family / |r Said Reza Kazemi -- |t Gendered worlds and cosmopolitan lives: Muslim female traders in Yiwu and Dushanbe / |r Diana Ibañez-Tirado -- |t Informality and Uzbek migrant networks in Russia and Turkey / |r Sherzod Eraliev and Rustamjon Urinboyev -- |t Diasporas of empire: Ismaili networks and Pamiri migration / |r Till Mostowlansky -- |g Part IX: |t Material Culture: Performance and Skill -- |t Uzbek cinema as a lens on early Soviet state- and nation-building / |r Cloé Drieu -- |t In the blood and through the spirit: Learning Central Asian textile skills / |r Stephanie Bunn -- |t The differentiated authenticities of Rishton pottery in Uzbekistan / |r Haruka Kikuta -- |t Clans as heritage communities in Kyrgyzstan / |r Svetlana Jacquesson -- |t Uyghur subnational histories as meta-heritage / |r Ildikó Bellér-Hann -- |t The Uyghur twelve muqam and the performance of traditional literature / |r Nathan Light -- |g Part X: |t Sacred Worlds -- |t Using experience differently: Religion, security, and anthropology in Central Asia / |r David W. Montgomery -- |t Sacred sites in Kyrgyzstan as a phenomenon of power / |r Gulnara Aitpaeva -- |t Uyghur Islam, embodied listening, and new publics / |r Rachel Harris -- |t Mosque lives / |r Yanti M. Hölzchen -- |t Polyphonic afterword: Anthropology for Central Asian Worlds / |r Jeanne Féaux de la Croix and Madeleine Reeves.
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|a Access restricted by licensing agreement.
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|a "This landmark book provides a comprehensive anthropological introduction to contemporary Central Asia. Established and emerging scholars of the region critically interrogate the idea of a 'Central Asian World' at the intersection of post-Soviet, Persianate, East and South Asian worlds. Encompassing chapters on life between Afghanistan and Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Xinjiang, this volume situates the social, political, economic, ecological and ritual diversity of Central Asia in historical context. The book ethnographically explores key areas such as the growth of Islamic finance, the remaking of urban and sacred spaces, as well as decolonizing and queering approaches to Central Asia. The volume's discussion of More-than-Human Worlds, Everyday Economies, Material Culture, Migration and Statehood engages core analytical concerns such as globalization, inequality and postcolonialism. Far more than a survey of a 'world region', the volume illuminates how people in Central Asia make a life at the intersection of diverse cross-cutting currents and flows of knowledge. In so doing, it stakes out the contribution of an anthropology of and from Central Asia to broader debates within contemporary anthropology. This is an essential reference for anthropologists as well as for scholars from other disciplines with a focus on Central Asia"-- |c Provided by publisher.
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|a Jeanne Feaux de la Croix is a social anthropologist focusing on water and energy issues. She is the author of Iconic Places in Central Asia: The Moral Geography of Pastures, Dams and Holy Sites (2017) and is co-editor with Beatrice Penati of Environmental Humanities in Central Asia (Routledge, 2023). She is setting up a transdisciplinary team at the University of Bern to foster environmental justice around marine renewable energy technologies. Madeleine Reeves is Professor in the Anthropology of Migration at the University of Oxford. Her interests lie in the anthropology of space, power, mobility and reproduction. She is the author of Border Work: Spatial Lives of the State in Rural Central Asia (2014) and the co-editor, most recently, of The Everyday Lives of Sovereignty with Rebecca Bryant (2021). She is currently leading a new research project on infertility and the emergence of new reproductive markets in Central Asia.
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|a Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on October 27, 2023).
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|a Access is available to the Yale community.
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