This unfortunately very synthetic and sometimes simplistic paper evokes the proceeses of acculturation between nomadic (Turk, Qipchaq, Qurama, Yuz, Ming, Nayman, etc.) and sedentary (Uzbek, Tajik) populations of the Fergana Valley in the second half of the nineteenth century—notably through the adoption by the former of elements of the costume and of the cuisine of the latter.

The Redaction
CER: I-3.4.A-248