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Publications, Films and Conferences

Shahla Haeri, Sophie Accolas and Babak Rezvani


Nadjmabadi, Shahnaz R. (ed.) (2009), Conceptualizing Iranian Anthropology: Past and Present Perspectives (Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books). viii + 278 pp. ISBN 978-1-84545-626-9.


Kamal, Mariam Nabil (2009), Le Bruit des pas, Afghanistan, vidéo couleur, 24 minutes, Ateliers Varan, avec le soutien des Service culturel de l’Ambassade de France, du Centre culturel français, du Goethe Institut et la Direction des Relations Internationales d’Arte France, en partenariat avec Afghan films, la Faculté des Beaux Arts, Kabul University, Radio Television Afghanistan, the Foundation for Culture and Civil Society.


‘Central Eurasia: Islam, Culture and Conflict’, May 2010, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Anna Bara, Tero Mustonen and Oxana Zemtsova

. The borders of Central Eurasia have been mobile because of the expanding nature of the sedentary civilizations, which makes it difficult to speak about the blending of the people in the region with varying linguistic, religious, and cultural traditions

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Babak Rezvani

( 1 ): 4 – 6 . Rezvani , B. ( 2015 ), Conflict and Peace in Central Eurasia: Towards Explanations and Understandings . Boston : Brill . Rezvani , B. ( 2019a ), ‘ EthnoGeoPolitics and Its Developments ’, Forum of Ethnogeopolitics 7 ( 1

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Ruth Mostern

. 2009 . China Marches West: The Qing Conquest of Central Eurasia . Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press . Perry , Elizabeth . 1980 . Rebels and Revolutionaries in North China, 1845–1945 . Stanford, CA : Stanford University Press . Pomeranz

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Separating the Wheat from the Chaff

The Social Worlds of Wheat

Jessica Barnes

, Mexico .” Economic Botany 55 , no. 1 : 106 – 128 . Spengler , Robert , Michael Frachetti , Paula Doumani , Lynne Rouse , et al. 2014 . “ Early Agriculture and Crop Transmission among Bronze Age Mobile Pastoralists of Central Eurasia