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ILCAA Joint Research Project

Historical Narratives and the Utilization of the Past in Modern Central Eurasia

Historical Narratives and the Utilization of the Past in Modern Central Asia

A literature on the history of Central Eurasia by a Tatar Mullah in Xinjiang, Tavarikh-i khamsa-yi sharqi (Qazan, 1910).

Keywords

  • Historical literature
  • formation of ethnicities
  • modern

Areas

  • Central Eurasia
  • Xinjiang
  • Siberia

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About the Project

Project term: April, 2019–March, 2022

This research project analyzes how the historical narratives created during the latter half of the nineteenth century and beginning of the twentieth century referred to the history of the past. Surveying historical literature and articles on periodicals, we will discuss the following points: (1) how various ethnic groups have tried to connect “their” own histories with what happened in the modern period of the past when ethnic or national identities were being formed; (2) how and through which historical sources each group described their histories; and (3) how writing ethnic histories demonstrated relationships with wide-ranging political and supra-ethnic/national movements like Pan-Turkism.

Jin NODA, Project Coordinator (Associate Professor, ILCAA)

Members

Coordinator

  • Jin NODA (ILCAA)

ILCAA Staff

  • Nobuaki KONDO

Joint Researchers

  • Tetsu AKIYAMA
  • David BROPHY
  • Masumi ISOGAI
  • Satoru KIMURA
  • Hiroyuki NAGAMINE
  • Norihiro NAGANAWA
  • Hideyuki NAGANUMA
  • Ryosuke ONO
  • Takahiro ONUMA
  • Akifumi SHIOYA

Outputs

Meetings

The 3rd meeting

  • Date/Time: Sat 5 Oct 2019 14:30–17:30
  • Venue: Hongo Satellite 5F Seminar Room
  • Language: English, Russian
  • Jointly sponsored by ILCAA Joint Research Project “Historical Narratives and the Utilization of the Past in Modern Central Asia”, Slavic-Eurasian Research Center, Hokkaido University, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)“A Social History of the Muslim Family and Islamic Law in Modern Central Asia”(Principal investigator: Ken’ichi ISOGAI(kyoto University) Project Number: 18H00706)
  • 1. Garipova, Rozaliya (Slavic-Eurasian Research Center, Hokkaido University / Nazarbaev University, Kazakhstan)
    “How Tatars Divided their Inheritance: Inheritance, Religious Authority and Legal Pluralism in the Nineteenth - Early Twentieth Century Volga-Ural Muslim Community”
    2. Masumi ISOGAI (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies)
    Muslim Marriages and Divorces in the Late Nineteenth-Century Volga-Ural Region”
    3. Jin NODA (ILCAA)
    “Legal Pluralism for Kazakh Nomads beyond the Russo-Qing Imperial Border found in the International Assembly”
    4. Ken’ichi ISOGAI (Kyoto University),Norihiro NAGANAWA (ILCAA Joint Researchers, Slavic-Eurasian Research Center, Hokkaido University)
    “General Discussion”
    Chair: Norihiro NAGANAWA

The 2nd meeting

  • Date/Time: Sat 27 Jul 2019 14:00–18:00
  • Venue: 304
  • Language: Japanese
  • Jointly sponsored by ILCAA Joint Research Project “Historical Narratives and the Utilization of the Past in Modern Central Asia”, Central Eurasian Studies Association
  • 1. David Brophy (ILCAA, The University of Sydney)
    “Between Hagiography and Universal History: Muhammad Sadr Kashghari's Asar al-Futuh”
    2. Satoru KIMURA (ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
    “Turkistan as depicted in the historical writing of Mulla ‘Alim”
    3. General Discussion

The 1st meeting Report (Japanese)(172KB)

  • Date/Time: Sat 25 May 2019 14:00–19:00
  • Venue: Hongo Satellite 5F
  • Language: Japanese
  • Jin NODA (ILCAA)
    “Introduction”
    Jin NODA (ILCAA)
    “Sources of the Historical materials of Kazakhs”
    Akifumi SHIOYA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Tsukuba University)
    “Khivan Chronicles in the Nineteenth Century”
    All members
    General Discussion

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