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“Holy Groups” of the Zarafshan Valley in the Second Half of the 19th – Early 20th Century: Social Transformations

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 この度、ウズベキスタン科学アカデミー歴史研究所のアズィーム・マリコフ氏をお招きし、19世紀後半から20世紀初頭のザラフシャン河谷(現ウズベキスタン)における社会変動について、特に「聖なる人々」に光をあてつつお話しいただくこととなりました。発表に続けて、河原弥生氏にコメントもお願いしています。サイイド、ホジャ、イシャーンなどと呼ばれる聖なる血統を帯びた人々、ロシア統治下での社会変動など、様々な主題が交差する大変興味深い論題です。皆さま、奮ってご参加下さい。なお、セミナーは英語で行われます。(文責:森本一夫)

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Date and Time 27 January, 2018, 14:00-16:15 (lecture: 14:05-15:05; comment:15:15-15:35)
Venue Room 304, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia (Tobunken), University of Tokyo (Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)
Contact Person: Kazuo Morimoto (morikazu[at]ioc.u-tokyo.ac.jp)
Lecture Title “Holy Groups” of the Zarafshan Valley in the Second Half of the 19th – Early 20th Century: Social Transformations (abstract below)
Commentator Dr. Yayoi Kawahara (JSPS Research Fellow RPD; Chuo University)
Abstract The objective of my paper is to study the “holy lineages” (sayyid, khoja, eshon) of the Zarafshan valley, which included Bukharan oasis of Bukharan Emirate and Samarkand province of Turkestan general-governorate in the second half of 19th – early 20th century. I plan to address the following issues: 1. Impact of the Russia’s policy on the political, cultural orientations of the “holy lineages”; 2. To analyze the materials on participation of representatives of the “holy lineages” in the local authorities’ activities; 3. To examine the materials on social transformations of the “holy lineages.” In my paper, I will highlight some features of the social transformation of “holy lineages” in the Samarkand region in comparison with Bukharan oasis. The main research method is the complex analysis of the data from archives (Central State Archive of Uzbekistan), of ethnographic material and also scientific publications.
Co-sponsored by The Research Project “Studies on the Persianate World,” Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University of Tokyo (Tobunken Seminar); Slavic Eurasian Research Center, Hokkaido University; and Association for the Study of Persianate Societies, Japan Office (Gilas Lecture).