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The Crimean Tatars : the diaspora experience and the forging of a nation

Author: Brian Glyn Williams
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2001.
Series: Brill's Inner Asian library, v. 2.
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Taking as its starting point the ethnogenesis of the Crimean Taters during the Mongol period, this volume traces their history through Islam, the Ottoman and the Russian Empires. It discusses how  Read more...

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Williams, Brian Glyn.
Crimean Tatars.
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2001
(OCoLC)606549879
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Glyn Williams
ISBN: 9004121226 9789004121225
OCLC Number: 46835306
Description: xxvii, 488 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction. The Crimean Tatars as a Case Study in Ethno-Nationalism and Group Displacement --
Ch. 1. Origins. The 'Ethnogenesis' of the Tatars of the Crimea --
Ch. 2. Dar al-Islam. The Crimean Tatars from Mehmed the Conqueror to Catherine the Great --
Ch. 3. The Pearl in the Tsar's Crown. The Crimean Land and People under Russia --
Ch. 4. Dispossession. The Loss of the Crimean Homeland --
Ch. 5. Dar al-Harb. The 19th Century Crimean Tatar Migrations to the Ottoman Empire --
Ch. 6. Signs and Portents. The Tatars of the Crimea in the Aftermath of the Migration of 1860 --
Ch. 7. Ak Toprak. The Formation of the Crimean Tatar Communities of the Caucasus, Bulgaria and Romania --
Ch. 8. The Great Retreat. The Formation of the Crimean Tatar Diaspora in Turkey --
Ch. 9. Yesil Ada. The Construction of Tatar Diasporic Identity in Bulgaria and Romania --
Ch. 10. Vatan. The Construction of the Crimean Tatar Homeland --
Ch. 11. Soviet Homeland. The Nationalization of Crimean Tatar Identity in the USSR --
Ch. 12. Surgun. The Crimean Tatar Exile in Central Asia --
Ch. 13. Return. The Post-Soviet Crimean Tatar Migrations from Central Asia to the Crimea
Series Title: Brill's Inner Asian library, v. 2.
Responsibility: by Brian Glyn Williams.

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