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Silk Road Studies (SRS 19)

Language, Government, and Religion in the World of the Turks
Festschrift for Larry Clark at Seventy-Five

Z. Gulácsi (ed.)
approx. 280 p., 30 b/w ill. + 17 colour ill., 156 x 234 mm, 2018
ISBN: 978-2-503-58029-6
Languages: English
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Many of the world’s leading authorities on Central Eurasia delve into facets of the history of its languages, government institutions, and religions.
Zsuzsanna Gulacsi is Professor of Asian Art History and Religious Studies at Northern Arizona University
Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

Zsuzsanna Gulacsi, Johan Elvesrkog, and Geoff Childs, “Larry Clark as a Teacher and Mentor”
Marcel Erdal and Jason BeDuhn, “The Scholarship of Larry Clark”
Jason BeDuhn, “Chapters of this Book”

CHAPTER 1: LANGUAGE

Chris Beckwith,“Ethnolinguistic identity of the Hsiung- nu”
Simone-Christiane Raschmann, “A previously unpublished Old Uyghur document”
Elisabetta Ragagnin,“The puzzling Tuha of East khövsgöl Aimag”
Mehmet Ölmez, "What language is Manichaean Uighur?"
Klaus Röhrborn, A topic of Turkic linguistics
Jens Wilkens, A topic of Turkic linguistics
Talant Mawkanuli, A topic of Uygur linguistics


CHAPTER 2: GOVERNMENT

Michael Drompp “The Xin Tang shu account of the Qïrqïz”
Peter Zieme, Bägräk Tutuŋ and his family. Notes on an Old Uigur colophon.
Geoff Childs, “Tibetan Civil Documents in Nubri, Nepal: Continuity amidst Political Change
Johan Elvesrkog, "The Uygurs in Mongol Historiography,"
Sam Lieu, “Between Byzantium and the Turks – Kallipolis / Gallipoli / Gelibolu (1307-1402)
Kemal Silay, A topic of Ottoman history

CHAPTER 3: RELIGION

Zsuzsanna Gulacsi, “Mani’s Book of Pictures in late Antiquity”
Yutaka Yoshida, “Some aspects of the latest phase of  Central Asian Manichaeism”
Nick Sims-Williams, "A multilingual Manichaean calendar from Turfan"
Marcel Erdal, “The versions of the Treatise on the Eight Aggregates of Light”
Jason BeDuhn, “Manichaean Pantheism in its Uygur Setting”

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Combined from all contributions.

Interest Classification:
Classics, Ancient History, Oriental Studies

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