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The Vanishing Generation: Faith and Uprising in Modern Uzbekistan

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As a young reporter in Uzbekistan, Bagila Bukharbayeva was a witness to her countrys search for an identity after the collapse of the Soviet Union. While self-proclaimed religious leaders argued about what was the true Islam, Bukharbayeva shows how some of the neighborhood boys became religious, then devout, and then a threat to the country's authoritarian government. The ...more
Paperback, 260 pages
Published March 28th 2019 by Indiana University Press
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