Introduction : towards a connected history of the Qazaq steppe

Niccolò PIANCIOLA, Paolo SARTORI

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Abstract

The present volume brings together a selection of studies that were first read at an international symposium held in Venice in October 2009. In convening this event, we sought to map out some new lines of inquiry into the social history of the Qazaq steppe from the early modern to the early Soviet period.We term “Qazaq steppe” the region of central Eurasia inhabited by Qazaq communities, at the centre of which we find the steppes of present-day Kazakhstan as well as areas now belonging to Xinjiang, Siberia, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIslam, society and states across the Qazaq Steppe (15th - Early 20th Centuries)
PublisherThe Austrian Academy of Sciences Press
Pages9-26
Number of pages18
ISBN (Print)9783700173366
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Publication statusPublished - 2 Oct 2013

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PIANCIOLA, N., & SARTORI, P. (2013). Introduction : towards a connected history of the Qazaq steppe. In Islam, society and states across the Qazaq Steppe (15th - Early 20th Centuries) (pp. 9-26). The Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctt1vw0r3p.4
PIANCIOLA, Niccolò ; SARTORI, Paolo. / Introduction : towards a connected history of the Qazaq steppe. Islam, society and states across the Qazaq Steppe (15th - Early 20th Centuries). The Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, 2013. pp. 9-26
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Islam, society and states across the Qazaq Steppe (15th - Early 20th Centuries). The Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, 2013. p. 9-26.

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PIANCIOLA N, SARTORI P. Introduction : towards a connected history of the Qazaq steppe. In Islam, society and states across the Qazaq Steppe (15th - Early 20th Centuries). The Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. 2013. p. 9-26 https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctt1vw0r3p.4