A Review of Sources on the History of the Intellectual Heritage of Uzbekistan (XIX - early XX)

Bakhtiyor Alimdjanov

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review; Intellectual Heritage; Uzbekistan


Biard A. (2016). Bibliography. Religion in Central Asia (Tsarist Period to 2016). CAP Papers 169. CERIA Series.

Collection of Oriental Manuscripts of the Institute of Oriental Studies. Abu Rayhan Beruni AN RUz. Vols. 1–11. Tashkent, 1952–1987 (in Russian).

Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated May 24, 2017, no. PP-2995 "On measures to further improve the system of storage, research and distribution of ancient written sources." http://lex.uz/docs/3211984 (in Russian).

Gorshenina S. (2007). The largest projects of the colonial archives of Russia: the utopianism of the total Turkestanian of Governor General K.P. von Kaufman, Ab Imperio, No. 3, pp. 291–355 (in Russian).

Ingerflom K.S. (2018). How to comprehend changes without using the categories of discontinuity and continuity: a hermeneutic view of the 1917 revolution in the light of the history of concepts, Philosophy. Journal of the Higher School of Economics, No. 3, pp. 171–204 (in Russian).

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Witkind N.Ya. (1934). Materials for the bibliography of the history of the civil war in the Soviet East. Moscow: Scientific Research assoc. for the study of national and colonial problems (in Russian).