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ERC Turko-Iranian Monographs Series

Central Asian Monuments

Edited by H. B. Paksoy

Table of Contents:

Introduction
H. B. Paksoy "Ibadinov’s Kuyas Ham Alav"
Peter B. Golden (Rutgers) "Codex Comanicus"
Richard Frye (Harvard) "Narshaki’s The History of Bukhara"
Robert Dankoff (Chicago) "Adab Literature"
Uli Schamiloglu (Wisconsin-Madison) "Umdet ul Ahbar"
Kevin Krisciunas (Joint Astronomy Centre) "Ulug Beg’s Zij"
Audrey Altstadt (UMass-Amherst) "Bakikhanli’s Nasihatlar"
Edward J. Lazzerini (New Orleans) "Gaspirali’s Tercuman"
David S. Thomas (Rhode Island) "Akcura’s Uc Tarz-i Siyaset"

About the Editor

 

Eurasia Research Center's Turko-Iranian Monographs and Papers Edition

Eurasia Research Center's electronic edition of Central Asian Monuments is published on  the web with permission from H. B. Paksoy editor and holder of the copyright to the work. A printed edition of the work complete with footnotes can be obtained at booksellers or from the address listed below.

 

ISBN: 975-428-033-9

Library of Congress Card Catalog: DS329.4 .C46 1992 173 Pp. (paperback) US$20
ISIS Press
1992
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Please refer to the printed version for the footnotes

About the Editor:

H. B. PAKSOY taught at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, the Central Connecticut State University and gave public lectures in a dozen others both in the U.S. and abroad.

Over the past two decades, some fifty of his research papers have appeared in forty periodic journals and scholarly collections, in eight countries, on the European, Asian, and North American continents. Dr. Paksoy also published (as author or editor) five books and served in administrative and consultative capacities in several professional organizations. H. B. PAKSOY earned his D. Phil. from Oxford University, England (with a Grant from the Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals of the Universities of the United Kingdom), M.A. at the University of Texas at Dallas (with a National Science Foundation Project Grant Assistantship), and B.S. at Trinity University (with Bostwick Scholarship).