DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24848/islmlg.10.1



This issue brought together researchers of Islam and Muslim societies in their reflections on memory and traditions of describing and interpreting history. The subjectivity of memory, which we often trust, serves as an example of how the same events in the past can be perceived and evaluated differently, not only by different people, but even by the same person in different periods of time.

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From the Editorial Board

От редакции
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Topic of the issue

Maxim Alontsev
9-28
Dilyara Usmanova
29-50
Dilyara Brileva
51-66
Ruslan Mamedov
67-82
Daniil Melentyev
83-104
Marat Safarov
105-114

Varia

Mustafa Tuna
PDF
115-129
Denis Brilev
130-143

Reviews

Bakhtiyor Alimdjanov
144-148
Sebastian Cwiklinski
PDF
149-151
Aruuke Uran Kyzy
PDF
152-155