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Bulghārī, Ḥusām ad-Dīn al-., Yālchïghul ōghlī, Tāj ad-Dīn, d. 1837., Muslims -- Russia (Federation) -- Volga-Ural Region., Tatars -- Russia (Federation) -- Volga-Ural Region., Bashkirs -- Russia (Federation) -- Volga-Ural Region., Bulgars (Turkic people) -- Russia (Federation) -- Volga-Ural Region., Volga-Ural Region (Russia) -- Historiography., Volga-Ural Region (Russia) -- Ethnic relat

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Statementby Allen J. Frank.
SeriesSocial, economic, and political studies of the Middle East and Asia,, v. 61
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LC ClassificationsDK511.V65 F7 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 232 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL699837M
ISBN 109004110216
LC Control Number97047629

This extremely timely book deals with the development of Bulghar regional identity among Tatars and Bashkirs, i.e. Volga-Ural Muslims. Based on locally-produced Islamic manuscrips, the book examines how these Muslims manipulated local legends, conversion narratives, and sacred geography to create a body of sacred historiography that expressed a meaningful regional Cited by: Islamic Historiography and "Bulghar" Identity among the Tatars and Bashkirs of Russia.(Review) (book review): An article from: The Journal of the American Oriental Society [Anke Von Kugelgen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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This book deals with the development of Bulghar regional identity among Tatars and Bashkirs, i.e. Volga-Ural Muslims. Based on locally-produced Islamic manuscripts, the book examines how these Muslims manipulated local legends, conversion narratives, and sacred geography to create a body of sacred historiography that expressed a meaningful regional identity, and one which.

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Frank (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. In the middle of the 16th century, Bashkirs were gradually conquered by the Tsardom of Russia.

Primary documents pertaining to the Bashkirs during this period have been lost, although some are mentioned in the shezhere (family trees) of the Bashkir.

[citation needed]During the Russian Imperial period, Russians and Tatars began to migrate to Bashkortostan which led to eventual Kazakhstan: 17, Islam is Russia's second most widely professed religion. According to a nationwide survey conducted inMuslims in Russia numbered 9, or % of the total population.

However, the populations of two federal subjects with Islamic majorities were not surveyed due to social unrest, which together had a population of nearly 2 million, namely Chechnya and. Hagiographic sources from nineteenth-century Inner Russia and Khvārazm indicate the existence of a cluster of Muslims opposed Cited by: 4.

Allen, Frank. Muslim Religious Institutions in Imperial Russia: The Islamic World of Novouzensk District and the Kazakh Inner Horde, Brill Academic Publishers, Allen, Frank.

Islamic Historiography and "Bulghar" Identity Among the Tatars and Bashkirs of Russia. Brill Academic Publishers, Allworth, Edward. Uzbek Literary. referred to on p. of his Islamic historiography and 'Bulghar' identity among the Tatars and Bashkirs of Russia, Brill, Leiden,(reviewed in BSOAS 63/1, p.

This article may be called a 'younger brother' of that major work. Saints and shrines of Astrakhan province are catalogued, and this work. Islamization and Native Religion in the Golden Horde: Baba Tukles and Conversion to Islam in Historical and Epic Tradition, and: Islamic Historiography and "Bulghar" Identity among the Tatars Author: Adeeb Khalid.

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Islamic historiography and "Bulghar" identity among the Tatars and Bashkirs of Russia by Allen J Frank (Book) 8 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. His previous publications include Islamic Historiography and 'Bulghar' Identity among the Tatars and Bashkirs of Russia (), Muslim Religious Institutions in Imperial Russia (), and An Islamic Biographical Dictionary of the Eastern Kazakh Steppe, (as co-editor, ).Price: $ This extremely timely book deals with the development of Bulghar regional identity among Tatars and Bashkirs, i.e.

Volga-Ural Muslims. Based on locally-produced Islamic manuscrips, the book. ^ Allen J. Frank, "Islamic Historiography and "Bulghar" Identity Among the Tatars and Bashkirs", Brill, ^ Jeffrey E. Cole, "Ethnic Groups of Europe: An Encyclopedia", Greenwood publishing group ^ Интерфакс.

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Imperial Russia as Dar al-Islam. embedded in a discussion of the Tatar and Russian/Soviet historiography of Islam in Imperial Russia.

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The Stagnation/Isolation Paradigm. Islamic Historiography and “Bulghar” Identity among the Tatars and Bashkirs of Author: M. Kemper. Bashkirs synonyms, Bashkirs pronunciation, Bashkirs translation, English dictionary definition of Bashkirs.

n pl -kir or -kirs 1. a member of a Mongoloid people of E central Russia, living chiefly in the Bashkir Republic 2. the language of this people, belonging. Bulgars Turkic-speaking tribes making up the basic population of Bulgaria on the Volga.

The Bulgars came to the central Volga Region from the Azov region in the second half of the seventh century, after the fall of Great Bulgaria (a state which arose in the seventh century between the Don and Kuban rivers).

This has been corroborated by archaeological. In Bukhara and the Muslims of Russia Allen Frank examines the relationship between Muslims in Russia and the city of Bukhara, examining paradoxes emerging the city s Sufism-based Islamic prestige, and the emergence of Islamic reformism in Russia.

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Dante shows the influence of Ibn Arabi in the Divine Comedy for book has four sections. Islamization and Native Religion in the Golden Horde: Baba Tukles and Conversion to Islam in Historical and Epic Tradition, and: Islamic Historiography and "Bulghar" Identity among the Tatars and Bashkirs of Russia, and: L'Islam de Russie: Conscience communautaire et autonomie politique chez les Tatars de la Volga et de l'Oural depuis le XVIIIe siecle.

The aim of this work is threefold: first, to assess to what extent memory created by the historical shifts in power dynamics between the Russian rule and the Muslim population influences the national securitization language vis-a-vis Islam; secondly, to examine how Russia's securitization language vis-a-vis Islam differentiates from that of the West; and, last but not.

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Frank, Islamic Historiography and "Bulghar" Identity among the Tatars and Bashkirs of Russia; Stéphane A. Dudoignon, Dämir Is'haqov, and Räfiq Möhämmätshin, eds., L'Islam de Russie. Islamic Historiography and "Bulghar" Identity among the Tatars and Bashkirs of Russia.

But these global monsters convey entirely different ethical and supra-ethnic values," says the Executive Director of the Association of Tatars and Bashkirs of Kazakhstan, Rinat Abdulkhalikov. This book is written by author Jackson.

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Love of the Elderly:. Results for 'Plucks Tatars' (try it on Scholar) 18 found. Order. Bashkirs have been trying to gain their independence since but without success. With the weakening of the Soviet Union in the late s, they saw a new opportunity.

In Bashkortostan created a new constitution asserting control over tax revenues, foreign currency exchange, and natural resources, all in conjunction with the proposition.

The last two decades of the 20th century witnessed an important shift in Russian studies from the centre to the peripheries. Historical research focussed on local societies, Russian and even more so non-Russian. Due to the lack of indigenous sources or inadequate knowledge of minority languages, a good portion of recent research, however, continued to rely primarily on Russian Author: Christian Noack.

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