The International Institute for Central Asian Studies has been publishing the “Bulletin of IICAS” for already 15 years. Probably, no other issue has been more diverse than the Issue 29, which is now being printed.
This issue covers the Central Asian studies in an unprecedentedly broad way. Apart from the publications on archaeology and history, which have become traditional, the issue is complemented by the outcomes of researches carried out by the experts in arms, linguistics, religion and architecture. Following the decision of the Dr. Ruslan Muradov, the Editor-in-chief, the Bulletin will embrace academic discussions, the first of which will be dedicated to “Masters” and “Natives”. Digging the Others’ Past, written by a group of authors. The list of authors and members of the editorial board has expanded considerably.
The electronic version of the Bulletin will be available on the website of IICAS in the coming days.