Papers on Inner Asia

39. Alexey Yu. Retejum, Mongolia in Transition: Social, Economic and environmental Issues, 32 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 2007.  Paper $6.50.

38. W. Wood, A Collection of Tarkhan Yarlïqs from the Khanate of Khiva, 67 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 2005. Paper $6.50.

37. R. Sela, Ritual and Authority in Central Asia: The Khan’s Inauguration Ceremony, 79 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 2003. Paper $6.50

36. J. Krueger, Ancient Oirat Books About Oriental Medicine, Tseren K. Korsunkiyev, Elista, Kalmyk Republic (Russia). Translated from Russian and edited by John R. Krueger, 33 pp. (Subseries: Mongolia, Manchuria and Tibet. 2001. Paper $5.50

35. V. Trepavlov, The Formation and Early History of the Manghit Yurt, 55 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 2001. Paper $6.50

34. Y. Bregel, The Administration of Bukhara Under the Manghits and Some Tashkent Manuscripts, 36 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 2000. Paper $5.50

33. D. Prior, Patron, Party, Patrimony, Notes on the cultural history of the Kirghiz epic tradition, 46 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 2000. Paper $5.50

32. J. Michael Thurman, The “Command-Administrative System” in Cotton Farming in Uzbekistan 1920s to Present, 48 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1999. Paper $5.50

31. R. von Mende-Altayli, Die Beziehungen des Osmanischen Reiches Zu Kashghar und Seinem Herrscher Ya’qub Beg, 1873-1977, 110 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1999. Paper $6.50

30. C. Melville, The Fall of Amir Chupan and the Decline of the Ilkhanate1327-37A decade of discord in Mongol Iran, 90 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1999. Paper $6.50

 29. D. Wright, The Ambassadors Records: Eleventh-Century Reports of Sung Embassies to the Liao, 93 pp. (Subseries: Mongolia, Manchuria and Tibet). 1998. Paper $6.50

28. Y. Bregel, Notes on the Study of Central Asia, 62 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1996. Paper $6.50

27. A. Frank, The Siberian Chronicles and the Taybughid Biys of Sibir’. 26 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1994. Paper $5.50

26. J. Paul, The State and the Military: The Samanid Case. 41 pp.(Subseries: Central Asia). 1994. Paper $5.50

25. N. DiCosmo, Reports from the Northwest: A Selection of Manchu Memorials from Kashgar (1806-1807). 97 pp. (Subseries: Mongolia, Manchuria, and Tibet). 1993. Paper $6.50

24. A Mukhtarov (Translated from Russian by R. D. McChesney with Nadia Jamal and Michael Lustig), BALKH in the Late Middle Ages. 110 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1993. Paper $6.50

23. A. Burton, Bukharan Trade 1558-1718. 117 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1993. Paper $6.50

22. D. DeWeese, An “Uvaysi” Sufi in Timurid Mawarannahr: Notes on Hagiography and the Taxonomy of Sanctity in the Religious History of Central Asia. 38 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1993. Paper $5.50

21. D. Honey, Stripping of Felt and Fur: An Essay on Nomadic Sinification. 39 pp. (Subseries: Ancient Inner Asia). 1992. Paper $5.50

20. I. Baldauf, ‘Kraevedenie’ and Uzbek National Consciousness. 31 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1992. Paper $5.50

19. C. Poujol, La Vie de Yaquv Samandar ou les revers du destin. 109 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1992. Paper $6.50

18. A. Bormanshinov, The Lamas of the Kalmyk People: The Don Kalmyk Lamas. 61 pp. (Subseries: Mongolia, Manchuria, and Tibet). 1991. Paper $6.50

17. J. During and S. Trebinjac, Introduction Au Muqam Ouigour. 58 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1991. Paper $6.50

16. S. Wadley, The Mixed-Language Verses From the Manchu Dynasty in China. 115 pp. (Subseries: Mongolia, Manchuria, and Tibet). 1991. Paper $6.50

15. D. Honey, The Rise of the Medieval Hsiung-Nu: The Biography of Liu-YÜan 99 pp. (Subseries: Ancient Inner Asia). 1991. Paper $6.50

14. J. Woods, The Timurid Dynasty. 59 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1990. Paper $6.50

13. K. Chabros, La Nomadisation mongole: techniques et symbolique. 59 pp. (Subseries: Mongolia and Tibet). 1990. Paper $6.50

12. G. Imart, From “Roots” to “Great Expectations”: Kirghizia and Kazakhstan between the devil and the deep…green sea. 46 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1990. Paper $5.50

11. A Bodger, The Kazakhs and the Pugachev Uprising in Russia 1773-1775. 42 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1988. Paper $5.50

10. J. Gardiner-Garden, Herodotos’ Contemporaries on Skythian Geography and Ethnography. 37 pp. (Subseries: Ancient Inner Asia). 1988. Paper $5.50

9. J. Gardiner-Garden, Greek Conceptions on Inner Asian Geography and Ethnography from Ephoros to Eratosthenes. 57 pp. (Subseries: Ancient Inner Asia). 1988. Paper $6.50

8. Hu Zhen-hua, and G. Imart, Fu-Yu Girgis: A tentative description of the easternmost Turkic language. 61 pp. (Subseries: Altaic Linguistics). 1988. Paper $6.50

7. E. Jacobson, Burial Ritual, Gender and Status in South Siberia in the Late Bronze-Early Iron Age. 26 pp. (Subseries: Ancient Inner Asia). 1988. Paper $5.50

6. J. Gardiner-Garden, Ktesias on early Central Asian history and ethnography. 39 pp. (Subseries: Ancient Inner Asia). 1987. Paper $5.50

5. G. Imart, Islamic and Slavic fundamentalism: foes or allies? 42 pp. (Subseries: Central Asia). 1987. Paper $5.50

4. R. Dankoff, The Turkic vocabulary in the Farhang-i Zafan-guya. 43 pp. (Subseries: Altaic Linguistics). 1987. Paper $5.50

3. J. Gardiner-Garden, Apollodoros of Artemita and the Central Asian Skythians. 60 pp. (Subseries: Ancient Inner Asia). 1987. Paper $6.50

2. A. K. Narain, On the “first” Indo-Europeans, the Tokharan-Yuezhi and their Chinese homeland. 28 pp. (Subseries: Ancient Inner Asia). 1987. Paper $5.50

1. G. Imart, The Limits of Inner Asia. 100 pp. (Subseries: General). 1987. Paper $6.50

PAPERS ON INNER ASIA SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT [No. 1] Historical Central Asia Maps (11 maps from the 9th to the 19th Century prepared by Yuri Bregel) in either loose leaf set in sturdy portfolio or in a tape-bound set. 2000. $13.95