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Frontiers into Borders: The Transformation of Identities in Central Asia

 
Anita Sengupta (Author)
Synopsis

The emergence of states in the Central Asian region, in the course of the last century, entailed both a reconfiguration of political space and a reforging of collective identities within the borders of the states. As the fuzzy limits of frontiers were transformed to more rigidly determined borders, identities were transformed. In most cases, however, the extent of this transformation was limited by cultural and socio-economic factors that ultimately determined the final form that identities assumed. This is a study of the transformation of identity in course of the transition from frontiers into borders and the problems that remain inherent in the process. It attempts to do so by examining this transformation in a region that today constitutes modern day Uzbekistan and Tajakistan. The study concludes by noting that the transformation of identities that accompanies the change from frontiers into borders is a continuous process. As newer lines emerge, demarcating political units, identities also face transition.

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About the author

Anita Sengupta

Dr. Anita Sengupta is Fellow at the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies, Kolkata. She is the author of The Formation of the Uzbek Nation-State: A Study in Transition, Lanham, Boulder, New York, Toronto, Oxford; Lexington Books, 2003 and Frontiers into Borders: The Transformation of Identities in Central Asia, Delhi and London: Hope India Publications and Greenwich Millennium Press Ltd., 2002.

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Title Frontiers into Borders: The Transformation of Identities in Central Asia
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178710161
length 224p., Tables; Maps