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Tajikistan Research Bibliography 

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Compiled by Christian Bleuer  



 

 



Tajikistan Research Bibliography 

 

English Publications 

3

rd

 edition, March 2013 

 

 

Tajikistan Research Resources 

http://tajikistanresearch.org

 

 

Tajikistan Analytical Center 

http://research.tj

  

 

 

 

Compiled by Christian Bleuer 

Christian.Bleuer@gmail.com 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

Introduction 

 

This bibliography  is an attempt to catalogue the publications in English that 



focus on Tajikistan. English language sources on Tajikistan are weak in some 

areas, especially in regards to the Soviet era.  This bibliography is,  for  the 

moment, confined to  publications in social sciences, history, area studies, 

government and policy.  

 

Inclusion of a source in this bibliography is not an endorsement. The quality of 



articles, report and books listed here will vary.  Suggestions for additional 

sources appreciated.  

 

To check for an updated version, please visit: 



 

http://tajikistanresearch.org/bibliography/

  

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 



Table of contents 

 

 



1. History……………………………………3. 

2. Identity 

(a) Tajik Identity…………..………7. 

(b) Ethnic Minorities…………….10. 

3. Religion…………………………………..12. 

4. Civil War………………………………….17. 

5. Post-Conflict Era and Security…….24. 

6. Foreign relations……………………….33. 

7. Society and Governance……………..37. 

8. Gender………………………………….….44. 

9. Education………………………………....47. 

10. Narcotics…………………………………49. 

11. Agriculture and Environment……..50. 

 

 



 

 

 



1. History  

 

Abdullaev, Kamoludin, and Shahram Akbarzadeh. 2010. Historical dictionary of 



Tajikistan. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.  

 

Abdoullaev, Kamoludin. 1994. ‘Central Asian Emigres in  Afghanistan: First 



Wave, 1920-31’, Central Asia Monitor, No. 4&5. 

 

Aini, K. S. and Y. S. Maltsev. 1988. ‘Oriental studies in Tajikistan’, Iranian 



Studies, Volume 21, Issue 1&2. 

 

Bashiri, Iraj. 2002. Prominent Tajik figures of the twentieth century



Dushanbe. 

PDF


 

 

Bergne, Paul. 2007. The Birth of Tajikistan: National Identity and the Origins of 



the Republic. London/New York: I. B. Tauris. 

 

Bleuer, Christian. 2012. ‘Muslim Soldiers in Non-Muslim Militaries at War in 



Muslim Lands: The Soviet, American and Indian Experience’, Journal of Muslim 

Minority Affairs, Vol. 32(4). 

 

Bleuer, Christian. 2012. ‘State-Building, Migration and Economic Development 



on the Frontiers of Northern Afghanistan and Southern Tajikistan’, Journal of 

Eurasian Studies, Vol. 3, No. 1. 

 


 

Brown, Bess. 1990. ‘Unrest in Tajikistan’, RFE/RL  Report on the USSR 



(February). 

 

Bushkov, V. I. 2000. ‘Population Migration in Tajikistan: Past and Present’, 



JCAS Symposium Series, No. 9. 

 

Bushkov, V. I. 1993. ‘Population of Northern Tajikistan (1870-1990)’, in State, 



Religion and Society in Central Asia: A Post Soviet Critique, edited by Vitaly 

Naumkin. Reading: Ithaca Press. 

 

Centlivres, Pierre and Micheline Centlivres-Demont. 1997. ‘Tajikistan and 



Afghanistan: The Ethnic Groups on Either Side of the Border’, in  Tajikistan: 

The Trials of Independence, edited by Mohammad-Reza Djalili, Frederic Grare 

and Shirin Akiner. New York: St. Martin’s Press.  

 

Dodkhudoyev, Nazarsho. 1959. Tajikistan: Land of Sunshine. Soviet Booklet No. 



60/L, London.  

 

Donovan, Leslie. 2007. Causes and consequences of 1970-1971 forced migration 



of the Yaghnobis in the Tajik SSR. MA, California State University. 

PDF


 

 

Dudoignon, Stephane A. 2000. ‘The Role of Migrant Communities in the Politics 



of Central Asia: Prolegomenas for Further Comparative Studies: The Cases of 

Tajikistan and Tatarstan in the 1980s’,



 JCAS Symposium Series, No. 9 

 

Dupree, Louis. 1964. ‘From Moscow to Soviet Central Asia: A New Class 



Emerges?’, American Universities Field Staff Reports Service, South Asia 

Series, Vol. VIII No. 5. 

 

Dupree, Louis. 1959. ‘Two weeks in Soviet Tajikistan and Uzbekistan: 



Observations and Trends’, American Universities Field Staff Reports Service, 

South Asia Series, Vol. III, No. 4. 

 

Goyette, Arthur Vincent. 1974. Ideology and industrial development: the case of 



Soviet Central Asia. PhD dissertation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  

 

Hammer, Michel. 1997. ‘Perestroika as seen by some Tajik Historians’, in 



Tajikistan:  The Trials of Independence, edited by  Mohammad-Reza Djalili, 

Frederic Grare and Shirin Akiner. New York: St. Martin’s Press. 

 

Human Rights Watch. 1991. ‘Conflict in the Soviet Union: Tadzhikistan’, New 



York. 

 

Kalinovsky, Artemy M. 2011. ‘Soviet Central Asia and the Afghan War’, IREX 



Research Brief. 

PDF


 

Kassymbekova, Botakoz. 2011. ‘Humans as territory: forced resettlement and 



the making of Soviet Tajikistan, 1920–38’, Central Asian Survey, Vol. 30(3-4). 

 

 



Luknitskii, Pavel. 1954. Soviet Tajikistan. Moscow: Foreign Language 

Publishing House. 

 

Marsa, Gerald and Yochanan Altman. 1986. ‘The cultural  bases of Soviet 



Central Asia’s second economy (Uzbekistan and Tajikistan)’, Central Asian 

Survey, 5(3/4). 

 

Masov, Rahim. 1996. The History of a National Catastrophe. Edited and 



Translated by Iraj Bashiri, The University of Minnesota. 

Link


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Middleton, Robert and Huw Thomas. 2012. Tajikistan and the High Pamirs



Hong Kong: Odyssey Books.  

 

Naby, E. 1978. ‘Bobodzhon Gafurovich Gafurov, 1908-1977’,  Slavic Review



Vol. 37, No. 2.  

 

Newth, J. A. 1963. ‘The 'Establishment' in Tajikistan I’, Soviet Studies, Vol. 14, 



No.4. 

 

Newth, J. A. 1963. ‘The 'Establishment' in Tajikistan II’, Soviet Studies, Vol. 15, 



No. 1. 

 

Niyazi, Aziz. 1993. ‘The Year of Tumult: Tajikistan after February 1990’, in 



State, Religion and Society in Central Asia: A Post Soviet Critique, edited by V. 

Naumkin. Reading: Ithaca Press. 

 

Nourzhanov, Kirill and Christian Bleuer. 2013 (forthcoming). Tajikistan: A 



Political and Social History. Canberra: Australian National University Press.  

 

Nourzhanov, Kirill. 1997. Politics and change in Tajikistan. PhD dissertation, 



Australian National University. 

 

Nourzhanov, Kirill. 2008. ‘Reassessing the Basmachi: warlords without 



ideology?’ Journal of South Asia and Middle East Studies, Vol. 31, No. 3. 

 

Penati, Beatrice. 2007. ‘The Reconquest of East Bukhara: the struggle against 



the Basmachi as a prelude to Sovietization’, Central Asia Survey, Vol. 26, No. 4. 

 

Rakowska-Harmstone, Teresa. 1970. Russia and Nationalism in Central Asia: 



The Case of Tadzhikistan. Baltimore/London: The Johns Hopkins Press. 

 

Riordan, John P. 2008. ‘Red DIME: Dissecting the Bolshevik Liquidation 



Campaign in the Ferghana Valley against the Basmachi Resistance’, SAMS 

Monograph. 

PDF

 

 



 

Ritter, William S. 1990. ‘Revolt in the Mountains: Fuzail Maksum and the 



Occupation of Garm, Spring 1929’, Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 25, 

No. 4. 


 

Ritter, William S. 1985. ‘The Final Phase in the Liquidation of Anti-Soviet 

Resistance in Tadzhikistan: Ibrahim Bek and the Basmachi, 1924-31’,  Soviet 

Studies, Vol. 37(4). 

 

Roy, Olivier. 2000. The New Central Asia: The Creation of Nations. New York: 



NYU Press. 

 

Schoeberlein, John S. 2000. ‘Shifting Ground: How the Soviet Regime Used 



Resettlement to Transform Central Asian Society and the Consequences of This 

Policy Today’, JCAS Symposium Series, No. 9. 

 

Sengupta, Anita. 2000. ‘Imperatives of national territorial delimitation and the 



fate of Bukhara 1917-1924, Central Asian Survey, Vol. 19, No. 3-4. 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 


 

2. Identity 

 

(a) Tajik ethnic identity, Nationalism, ethnogenesis and historiography: 

 

Abashin, Sergei. 2003. ‘The transformation of ethnic identity in Central Asia: a 



case study of the Uzbeks and Tajiks’, Russian Regional Perspectives Journal

Vol. 1(2).  

 

Atai, Farhad. 2012. ‘Soviet Cultural Legacy in Tajikistan’, Iranian Studies, Vol. 



45, No. 1. 

 

Atkin, Muriel. 2012. ‘Token Constitutionalism and Islamic Opposition in 



Tajikistan’, Journal of Persianate Studies, Vol. 5, No. 2. 

 

Atkin, Muriel. 1994. ‘Tajiks and the Persian World’, in Central Asia in Historical 



Perspective, edited by Beatrice F. Manz. Oxford: Westview Press. 

 

Atkin, Muriel. 1993. ‘Tajik national identity’, Iranian Studies, Vol. 26, No. 1. 



 

Atkin, Muriel. 1993. ‘Tajikistan: Ancient Heritage, New Politics’, in Nations and 



Politics in the Soviet Successor States, edited by  Ian Bremmer and R. Taras. 

Cambridge University Press. 

 

Bashiri, Iraj. 1998. ‘Factors Affecting Tajik Identity’, 



Link

 



Bashiri, Iraj. 1998. ‘Tajik Ethnicity in Historical Perspective’, 

Link


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Becka, Jiri. 1980. Sadriddin Ayni: Father of Tajik Culture. Naples: Instituto 



Universitario Orientale. 

 

Beeman, William O. 2005. ‘Persian, Dari and Tajik in Central Asia’, The 



National Council for Eurasian and East European Research. 

PDF


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Beeman, William O. 1999. ‘The Struggle for Identity in Post-Soviet Tajikistan’, 



Middle East Review of International Affairs, Vol. 3, No. 4. 

 

Beigi, Khashayar. 2012. ‘Language and globalization in post-independence 



Tajikistan’, IREX Research Brief. 

PDF


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Bekhradnia, Shahin. 1994. ‘The Tajik case for a Zoroastrian identity’, Religion, 



State and Society, Volume 22, Issue 1. 

 

Blakkisrud, Helge, and Shahnoza Nozimova. 2010. ‘History writing and nation 



building in post-independence Tajikistan’, Nationalities Papers, Vol. 38, No. 2. 

 

Boboyorov, Hafiz. 2011. Kinship and Islam: The Role of Collective Identities in 



Shaping Institutional Order of Patronage in Southern Tajikistan. PhD 

Dissertation, Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität zu Bonn. 



 

 



Bosworth, C.E. and B.G. Fragner. 2009. ‘Tadjik’, in Encyclopaedia of Islam. 2

nd

 



Edition. Edited by P. Bearman et al. Netherlands: Brill. 

 

Chika, Obiya. 2001. ‘When Faizulla Khojaev Decided to Be an Uzbek’, in Islam 



and Politics in Russia and Central Asia (Early Eighteenth to Late Twentieth 

Centuries), edited by Stéphane Dudoignon and Komatsu Hisao. London/New 

York: Kegan Paul. 

 

Chvyr, Ludmila. 1993. ‘Central Asia's Tajiks: Self-identification and Ethnic 



Identity’, in State, Religion and Society in Central Asia: A Post-Soviet Critique

edited by Vitaly Naumkin. Reading: Ithaca Press. 

 

Dodykhudoeva, Leila R. 2004. ‘Original scientific paper Ethno-Cultural 



Heritage of the Peoples of West Pamir’, Coll. Antropol., 28 Suppl. 1. 

 

Foltz, Richard. 1996. ‘Uzbekistan’s Tajiks: a Case of Repressed Identity’, 



Central Asia Monitor, Vol. 6. 

 

Hickson,  Jill E. 2003. ‘Using Law to Create National Identity: The course to 



democracy in Tajikistan’, Texas International Law Journal, Vol. 38 (Spring). 

 

Horsman, Stuart. 2006. ‘The politics of toponyms in the Pamir mountains’, 



Area, Vol. 38, No. 2. 

 

Horsman, Stuart. 1999. ‘The Tajik Minority in Contemporary Uzbekistani 



Politics’, in Ethnicity and Democratisation in the New Europe, edited by K. 

Cordell. London: Routledge. 

 

Jahangiri, Guissou. 1997. ‘The Premises for the Construction of a Tajik 



National Identity, 1920-1930’, in Tajikistan: The Trials of Independence, edited 

by  Mohammad-Reza Djalili, Frederic Grare and Shirin Akiner. New York: St. 

Martin’s Press. 

 

Jernudd, Bjorn. 1965. ‘The Language Situation in Tadzhik SSR’, 



Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 7, No. 3, Part II. 

 

Kayani, Saima Ashraf. 2006. Islam and Nationalism in Tajikistan. PhD 



dissertation, Quaid-i-Azam University. 

PDF


 

 

Laruelle, Marlene. 2007. ‘The Return of the Aryan Myth: Tajikistan in Search of 



a Secularized National Ideology’, Nationalities Papers, Vol. 35, No. 1. 

 

Levi, Scott C. 2007. ‘Turk and Tajik in Central Asian History’, in Everyday Life 



in Central Asia, edited by J. Sahadeo and R. Zanca. Bloomington: Indiana 

University Press. 

 


 

Manetta, Emily. 2011. ‘Journey into paradise: Tajik representations of Afghan 



Badakhshan’, Central Asian Survey, Vol. 30, No. 3-4. 

 

Marat, Erica. 2008. ‘National Ideology and Statebuilding in Kyrgyzstan and 



Tajikistan’, Silk Road Paper. 

PDF


 

 

Markowitz, Lawrence P. 2009. ‘How master frames mislead: the division and 



eclipse of nationalist movements in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan’, Ethnic and 

Racial Studies, Vol. 32, No. 4. 

 

Nourzhanov, Kirill and Christian Bleuer. 2013 (forthcoming). Tajikistan: A 



Political and Social History. Canberra: Australian National University Press. 

 

Nourzhanov, Kirill. 2001. ‘The Politics of History in Tajikistan: Reinventing the 



Samanids’, Harvard Asia Quarterly, Vol. 5, No. 1. 

 

Payne, John. 1990. ‘Tajikistan and the Tajiks’, in The Nationalities Question in 



the Post-Soviet States, edited by Graham Smith. London: Longman, 2

nd

 edition. 



 

Rahmonov, Emomali. 2001. The Tajiks in the Mirror of History: From the Aryans 



to the Samanids. Guernsey, United Kingdom: London River Editions. 

 

Roche, Sophie and Sophie Hohmann. 2011. ‘Wedding rituals and the struggle 



over national identities’, Central Asian Survey, Vol. 30, No. 1. 

 

Rosen, Barry. 1973. ‘An Awareness of Traditional Tajik Identity in Central 



Asia’, in The Nationality Question in Soviet Central Asia, edited by Edward 

Allworth. New York: Praeger. 

 

Rowe, W. C. 2011. ‘Geolinguistics, culture, and politics in the development and 



maintenance of Tajiki’, Journal of Cultural Geography, Vol. 28, No. 2. 

 

Schoeberlein-Engel, John S. 1994. Identity in Central Asia: Construction and 



contention in the conceptions of "Ozbek," "Tajik," "Muslim," "Samarqandi" and 

other groups. PhD dissertation, Harvard University. 

 

Spinetti, Federico.  2006.  Music, politics and identity in post-Soviet Tajikistan



PhD, University of London. 

 

Spinetti, Federico. 2005. ‘Open Borders. Tradition  and Tajik Popular Music: 



Questions of Aesthetics, Identity and Political Economy’, Ethnomusicology 

Forum, Vol. 14, No. 2. 

 

Subtelny, Maria Eva. 1994. ‘The Symbiosis of Turk and Tajik’, in Central Asia 



in Historical Perspective, edited by B. F. Manz. Oxford: Westview Press. 

 

Tompkins, Zenia H. 2010. ‘Language and identity in Tajikistan: A literary 



approach’, IREX Research Brief. 

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Wennberg, Franz. 2002. ‘The Globality of Tajik Nationalisms: A Research Note’, 

Central Asian Survey, Vol. 21, No. 4. 

 

Weryho. Jan W. 1983. ‘Modern Tajiki Persian: Gharbzadagi of a different kind’, 



Nationalities Papers, Vol. 11, No. 1. 

 

Yountchi, Lisa. 2011. ‘The politics of scholarship and the scholarship of 



politics: Imperial, Soviet, and post-Soviet scholars studying Tajikistan’, in The 

Heritage of Soviet Oriental Studies, ed. by Michael Kemper and Stephan 

Conermann. Routledge. 

 

 

 



(b) Ethnic minorities, interethnic relations and identity 

 

Abashin, Sergei. 2003. ‘The transformation of ethnic identity in Central Asia: a 



case study of the Uzbeks and Tajiks’, Russian Regional Perspectives Journal

Vol. 1(2).  

 

Akbarzadeh, Shahram. 1997. ‘A Note on Shifting Identities in the Ferghana 



Valley’, Central Asian Survey, Vol. 16, No. 1.   

 

Bleuer, Christian. 2007. Uzbeks Versus the Center: Mobilization as an Ethnic 



Minority in the Tajikistan and Afghanistan Civil Wars. MA, Indiana 

University. 

PDF

 

 



Bozrikova, T. N. 2004. ‘Problems of Ethnic Minorities in Tajikistan’, Working 

Paper prepared for the UN OHCHR. 

Word Doc

 



Ferrando, Olivier. 2011. ‘Soviet population transfers and interethnic relations 

in Tajikistan: assessing the concept of ethnicity’, Central Asian Survey, Vol. 30, 

No. 1. 

 

Foltz , Richard. 1996. ‘The Tajiks of Uzbekistan’, Central Asian Survey, Vol. 15, 



No. 2. 

 

Fumagalli, Matteo. 2007. ‘Framing ethnic minority mobilisation in Central Asia: 



The cases of the Uzbeks in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan’, Europe-Asia Studies

Vol. 59 (4). 

 

Fumagalli, Matteo. 2005. The Dynamics of Uzbek Ethno-political Mobilization in 



Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan: 1991-2003. PhD diss, University of Edinburgh. 

 

Hierman, Brent. 2010. ‘What use was the election to us? Clientelism and 



political trust amongst ethnic Uzbeks in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan’, 

Nationalities Papers, Vol. 38(2). 

 


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Horák, Slavomír. 2010. ‘In Search of the History of Tajikistan: What Are Tajik 



and Uzbek Historians Arguing About?’, Russian Politics and Law, Vol. 48(5). 

 

Leitich, Keith. 2003. ‘Ethnic Conflict in the Near Abroad: The Case of Russians 



in Tajikistan’, International Journal of Central Asian Studies, Vol. 8, No. 1.  

 

Olimov, M. A. and Saodat Olimova. 2002 ‘Ethnic Factors and Local Self-



Government in Tajikistan’, in Local Governance and Minority Empowerment in 

the CIS, edited by Valery Tishkov and Elena Filippova. Budapest: LGI Books/ 

Open Society Institute. 

 

Schoeberlein-Engel, John S. 1994. Identity in Central Asia: Construction and 



contention in the conceptions of "Ozbek," "Tajik," "Muslim," "Samarqandi" and 

other groups. PhD dissertation, Harvard University. 

 

Schoeberlein-Engel, John. 1994. ‘Conflicts in Tajikistan and Central Asia: The 



Myth of Ethnic Animosity’, Harvard Middle Eastern and Islamic Review, Vol. 1, 

No. 2. 


 

Wilson, Sophia. 2010. ‘Nationalism, Ethnic Minorities and Judicial Behavior in 

the Post-Soviet World’, Western Political Science Association 2010 Annual 

Meeting Paper. 

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3. Religion 

 

 

Abashin, Sergei.  2006. ‘The logic of Islamic practice: a religious conflict in 



Central Asia’, Central Asian Survey, Vol. 25, No. 3. 

 

Akcali, Pinar. 1998. ‘Islam and Ethnicity in Central Asia: The Case of the 



Islamic Renaissance Party’, Mediterranean Quarterly, Winter. 

 

Arabov, Oumar. 2004. ‘A note on Sufism in Tajikistan: what does it look like?’, 



Central Asian Survey, Vol. 23, No. 3-4.  

 

Arabov, Oumar. 2003. ‘Religion in Tajikistan: A Decade After the Breakup of 



the USSR’, International Journal of Central Asian Studies, Vol. 8, No. 1.  

 

Atkin, Muriel. 1995. ‘Islam as Faith Politics and Bogeyman in Tajikistan’, The 



Politics of Religion in Russia and the New States of Eurasia, edited by Michael 

Bourdeaux. London/New York: M.E. Sharpe. 

 

Atkin, Muriel. 1989. ‘The Survival of Islam in Soviet Tajikistan’, The Middle 



East Journal, Vol. 43, No. 4. 

 

Atkin, Muriel. 1989. The Subtlest Battle: Islam in Soviet Tajikistan



Philadelphia: Foreign Policy Research Institute. 

 

Bitter, Jean-Nicolas et al, eds. 2005. From Confidence Building Towards 



Cooperative Co-existence: The Tajik Experiment of Islamic-Secular Dialogue

Baden Baden: Nomos. 

 

Blitt, Robert C. and W. Cole Durham. 2008. ‘Analysis of the Republic of 



Tajikistan’s Draft Law ‘About Freedom of Conscience and Religious Unions’’, 

The University of Tennessee College of Law, Legal Studies Research Paper 

Series, No. 26. 

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Boboyorov, Hafiz. 2011. Kinship and Islam: The Role of Collective Identities in 



Shaping Institutional Order of Patronage in Southern Tajikistan. PhD 

Dissertation, Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität zu Bonn. 

 

Carrere d’Encausse, Helene. “Civil War and New Government,” in Central Asia, 



One Hundred and Thirty Years of Russian Dominance: A Historical Overview

edited by Edward Allworth. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1994. 

 

De Cordier, Bruno. 2008. ‘Islamic faith-based development organizations in 



former Soviet Muslim environments: The Mountain Societies Development 

Support Programme in the Rasht valley, Tajikistan’, Central Asian Survey, Vol. 

27, No. 2. 

 


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Di Maio, Micah and J. Abenstein. 2011. ‘Policy Analysis: Tajikistan’s 



Peacebuilding Efforts through Promotion of Hanafi Islam’, Journal of 

Peacebuilding & Development, Vol. 6 No. 1. 

 

Dudoignon, S. 2011. ‘From revival to mutation: the religious personnel of Islam 



in Tajikistan, from de-Stalinization to independence (1955-91)’,  Central Asian 

Survey, Vol. 30, No. 1. 

 

Dudoignon, Stephane. 2004. ‘Local Lore, the Transmission of Learning, and 



Communal Identity in  Late 20th-Century Tajikistan’, in Devout Societies vs. 

Impious States? Transmitting Islamic Learning in Russia, Central Asia and 

China, through the Twentieth Century, edited by Stephane Dudoignon. Berlin: 

Klaus Schwarz Verlag.  

 

Dudoignon, Stéphane A. and Komatsu, Hisao (eds.). 2001. Islam in Politics of 



Russia and Central Asia (Early Eighteenth to Late Twentieth Centuries. London: 

Kegan Paul. 

 

Epkenhans, Tim. 2011. ‘Defining normative Islam: some remarks on 



contemporary Islamic thought in Tajikistan - Hoji Akbar Turajonzoda's Sharia 

and society’, Central Asian Survey, Vol. 30, No. 1. 

 

Epkenhans, T. 2010. ‘Muslims without learning, clergy without faith: 



institutions of Islamic learning in the Republic of Tajikistan’, Islamic education 

in the Soviet Union and its successor states, edited by M. Kemper, et al. London: 

Routledge. 

 

Epkenhans, Tim. 2009. ‘Regulating religion in Post-Soviet Central Asia: Some 



remarks on Religious Association Law and ‘official’ Islamic institutions in 

Tajikistan’, Security and Human Rights, No. 1. 

 

Gatling, Benjamin. 2012. Post-Soviet Sufism: Texts and the Performance of 



Tradition in Tajikistan. PhD dissertation, The Ohio State University. 

 

Gretsky, Sergei. 1994. “Profile: Qadi Akbar Turajonzoda,” Central Asia Monitor



Vol. 3, No. 1. 

 

Iloliev, Abdulmamad. 2008. ‘Popular culture and religious metaphor: saints 



and shrines in Wakhan region of Tajikistan’, Central Asian Survey, Volume 27, 

Issue 1. 

 

Kabiri, Muhiddin. 2012. ‘Transcript of Mr. Kabiri’s speech and discussion at 



the Central Asia Program, George Washington University, October 16, 2012’, 

Voices From Central Asia, No. 8. 

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Karagiannis, Emmanuel. 2006. ‘The challenge of radical Islam in Tajikistan: 



Hizb ut Tahrir al-Islami’, Nationalities Papers, Vol. 34, No. 1. 

 


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Karim, M.A. 2007. The decline and fall of scientific atheism in Uzbekistan 



and Tajikistan, 1964-91. MPhil thesis, De Montfort University. 

 

Kayani, Saima Ashraf. 2006. Islam and Nationalism in Tajikistan. PhD 



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