Please indicate your main institutional affiliation (in English) or, if you are an independent researcher, your city of residence.
For reasons of discretion and security, you have the possibility to hide your data from people who do not belong to the Community. If you tick this box, only approved members of the Wikistan-community will have access to your full profile.
In what discipline(s) are you leading or have you led research? The indicated list is an editorial proposition and will be regularly adapted to the needs of the Community. Please feel free to propose a new discipline below the list.
What are the precise objects of your past and present research?
Connect with colleagues who share the same research interests! The following list of tagwords consists of a simplified version of the index of the Central Eurasian Reader.
In or on what area(s) have you led research? Who else is dealing with the same area? By indicating your “fieldwork region(s), you will be able to share information, experience or contacts with colleagues. The areas are defined according to different levels of precision, from three regions down to administrative districts and cities.
If you work on History, indicate the periods of your research, differentiated by areas. As in the previous section, the periods are organised into different levels of precision.
For historians: Which pre-modern language(s) do you use in your work?
What are your working languague(s)? This information will be relevant to find project partners or to organise critical reviews of new publications on Central Eurasia.
You are looking for someone to help you with a source in Avar or in Baluchi? By indicating the regional languages you are able to read and understand, you allow us to map a key competence in regional studies.
What collective research projects have you led or participated in? This information will help you when looking for potential partners for further academic collaboration.
Wikistan aims at building a worldwide course registry for Central Eurasian studies, updated annually. Help us lay the groundwork by indicating the courses you will teach at your institution in the upcoming semester.
What are the main publications you would like to share with the community (5 max.) ? If you are currently working on a thesis or a book, you can add them as “ongoing publications”.
Title, Location, Publisher, Year (if no ISBN)
Title, Journal, Vol. Number, Year, Pagination
Title, Editors, Title of Volume, Location, Year, Publisher, Pagination
Title, Publisher, Year
Working Title, University, Supervisor(s)
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