(in blue, works published or edited by members of the project’s Research Team)

Abdugafarov, Rahimjon, Russell Zanca, Jeff Sahadeo, 2016, ‘Religiosity beyond Cities: Kolkhozes as Bases for Muslim Networks and Culture, Book Discussion’, Central Asian Affairs 3: 287–300

Aigle, Denise, ed., 2005, Miracle et Karama: Hagiographies Médiévales Comparées, Turnhout: Brepols

Aubin, Françoise, 1995, ‘Le Culte des Saints Musulmans en Chine’, in Henri Chambert-Loir & Claude Guillot, ed., Le Culte des Saints dans le Monde Musulman, Paris: Presses de l’École française d’Extrême-Orient : 367–388

Babadjanov, Bakhtyar, 2014, ‘The Economic and Religious History of a Kolkhoz Village: Khojawot from Soviet Modernisation to the Aftermath of the Islamic Revival’, in Dudoignon & Noack, ed., Allah’s Kolkhozes, 265–306

van den Berg, Gabrielle, 2004, Minstrel Poetry from the Pamir Mountains: A Study on the Songs and Poems of the Ismailis of Tajik Badakhshan, Wiesbaden: Reichert

Beyer, Judith, 2016, The Force of Custom: Law and the Ordering of Everyday Life in Kyrgyzstan, Pittsburgh, CN: The University of Pittsburgh Press

Beyer, Judith, Peter Finke, 2019, ‘Practices of Traditionalization in Central Asia’, Central Asian Survey 38/3: 310–28

Bigozhin, Ulan, 2017, Shrine, State, and Sacred Lineage in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan, unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Bloomington: Indiana University

2018, ‘Local Politics and Patronage of a Sacred Lineage Shrine in Kazakhstan’, Central Asian Affairs 5-3: 233-252

2019, ‘“Where is Our Honor?” Sports, Masculinity, and Authority in Kazakhstani Islamic Media’, Central Asian Affairs 6/2-3: 189-205

Bobrovnikov, Vladimir, 2014, ‘Withering Heights: The Re-Islamicisation of a Kolkhoz Village in Dagestan, a Micro History’, in Dudoignon & Noack, ed., Allah’s Kolkhozes: 367-97

Boucheron, Patrick, 2019, La Trace et l’Aura: Vies Posthumes d’Ambroise de Milan (IVe–XVIe Siècles), Paris: Seuil

Bria, Gianfranco, 2017, ‘Construction Hagiographique d’un Saint Patriote: Dervish Luzha entre Sainteté Locale et Supra-Locale en Albanie’, workshop Une Légende Rouge Dorée: Hagiographie et Culte des Saints Musulmans du XXe siècle en URSS et dans les Démocraties Populaires, Second Congress of GIS Moyen-Orient & Mondes Musulmans, Paris: INALCO (7 July)

2019, Aquile e Dervisci: L’Autorità Sufi nell’Albania Post-Socialista, Milan: Jouvence

Cheng, Anne, 1997, ‘La Valeur de l’Exemple: “Le Saint Confucéen: De l’Exemplarité à l’Exemple”’, Extrême-Orient, Extrême-Occident 19: 73-90

Chérif-Chebbi Leila, 2004, ‘Brothers and Comrades: Muslim Fundamentalists and Communists Allied for the Transmission of Islamic Knowledge in China’, in S. A. Dudoignon, ed., Devout Societies vs Impious States? Transmitting Islamic Learning in Russia, Central Asia and China, through the Twentieth Century, Berlin: Klaus Schwarz: 61–90

Chih Rachida, Denis Gril Denis, eds., 2000, Le Saint et Son Milieu ou Comment Lire les Sources Hagiographiques, Le Caire: Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale

Clayer, Nathalie, 2006, ‘Saints and Sufis in Post-Communist Albania’, in K. Masatoshi, ed., Popular Movements and Democratization in the Islamic World, London & New York: Routledge: 33–42

2017, ‘The Pilgrimage to Mount Tomor in Albania: A Changing Sacred Place in a Changing Society’, in T. Darieva, Th. Kahl, Sv. Toncheva, ed., Sakralität und Mobilität im Kaukasus und in Südosteuropa, Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften : 125–42

2019, ‘Espaces et Corps d’une Modernisation Alternative: L’“Anormalité” de Hafëz Abdullah Zëmblaku’, in G. Bria & N. Clayer, ed., ‘Power, Authority and Body: Islam’s Transformations in South-East Europe between XX and XXI Century’, special issue of Occhialì : Rivista sul Mediterraneo islamico 5-1: 38–70

Clayer, Nathalie, Alexandre Papas, ed., 2013, L’Autorité Religieuse et Ses Limites en Terre d’Islam: Approches Anthropologiques et Comparatives, Leiden: Brill

DeWeese, Devin, 1994, Islamization and Native Religion in the Golden Horde: Baba Tükles and Conversion to Islam in Historical and Epic Tradition, University Park, PA: Pennsylvania University Press

2000, ‘Sacred History for a Central Asian Town: Saints, Shrines, and Legends of Origin of Sayram, 18th–19th Centuries’, Revue des Mondes Musulmans et de la Méditerranée 9-90: 245-95

2011, ‘Survival Strategies: Reflections on the Notion of Religious “Survival” in Soviet Ethnographic Studies of Muslim Religious Life in Central Asia’, in Florian Mühlfried & Sergey Sokolovskiy, eds., Exploring the Edge of Empire: Soviet Era Anthropology in the Caucasus and Central Asia, Bielefeld: LIT Verlag

DeWeese, Devin, Ashirbek Muminov, eds., Islamization and Sacred Lineages in Central Asia: The Legacy of Ishaq Bab in Narrative and Genealogical Traditions, 2: Opening the Way for Islam: The Ishaq Bab Narrative, 14th–19th Centuries, Almaty & Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2013

Dudoignon, Stéphane, 2004, ‘Local Lore, the Transmission of Learning, and Communal Identity in Late 20th-Century Tajikistan: The Khujand-Nāma of ʿĀrifjān Yahyāzād Khujandī’, in S. A. Dudoignon, ed., Devout Societies vs. Impious States ? Transmitting Islamic Learning in Russia, Central Asia and China, through the Twentieth Century, Berlin: Klaus Schwarz (Islamkundliche Untersuchungen): 213-41

2011, ‘From Revival to Mutation: The Religious Personnel of Islam in the Tajik SSR, from De-Stalinization to Independence (1956–91)’, Central Asian Survey 30/1:53–81, ill.

2019, ‘Le Gnosticisme pour Mémoire: Déplacements de Population, Histoire Locale et Processus Hagiographiques en Asie Centrale Postsoviétique’, in Anna Caiozzo & Jean-Claude Duchêne, eds., De la Mongolie à l’Asie Centrale, Identités Nomades et Organisation de l’Espace, Valenciennes: Presses de l’Université de Valenciennes, 261–93, ill.

2020a, ‘A Surrogate Aristocracy? Sufi Adab, Modernity, Rurality and Civilisation in Ex-Soviet Central Asia’, in Catherine Mayeur-Jaouen, ed., Adab and Modernity: A ‘Civilising Process’? (Sixteenth–Twenty-First Century), Leiden: Brill: 527–51, ill.

2020b, ‘Cyber-Sufism’, in Alexander Knysh, et al., ed., Handbook of Sufi Studies, Leiden: Brill, in print

Dudoignon, Stéphane A., Christian Noack, ed., 2014, Allah’s Kolkhozes: Migration, De-Stalinisation, Privatisation and the New Muslim Congregations in the Soviet Realm (1950s-2000s), Berlin: Klaus Schwarz

Dudoignon, Stéphane A., Ariane Zevaco, 2009, ‘Sur le “Mail des Rhapsodes”: Sociabilités Traditionnelles, Groupes de Statut, Ethnies Minoritaires en Asie Centrale Soviétique’, Asiatische Studien / Études Asiatiques 68/2: 273–322

Eden, Jeff, 2019, Warrior Saints of the Silk Road: Legends of the Qarakhanids, Leiden: Brill

Eden, Jeff, Paolo Sartori, Devin DeWeese, 2016, ‘Moving beyond Modernism: Rethinking Cultural Change in Muslim Eurasia’, Journal of the Social and Economic History of the Orient 59/1–2: 1–36

Frank, Allen J., 2019, Gulag Miracles: Sufis and Stalinist Repression in Kazakhstan, Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences (Studies and Texts on Central Asia, 2)

Gatling, Benjamin, 2018, Expressions of Sufi Culture in Tajikistan, Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press

Ghïlmani, Saduaqas, 2018, Biographies of Islamic Scholars of Our Times, transl. Ashirbek Muminov, Allen J. Frank, Aitzhan Nurmanova, Istanbul: IRCICA

Gladney, Dru C., 1987, ‘Muslim Tombs and Ethnic Folklore: Charters for Hui Identity’, The Journal of Asian Studies 46-3: 495-532

Goossaert, Vincent, 2017, Bureaucratie et Salut: Devenir un Dieu en Chine, Geneva: Labor & Fides

Goullet, Monique, 2005, Écriture et Réécriture Hagiographiques: Essai sur les Réécritures de Vies de Saints dans l’Occident Latin Médiéval (VIIIe–XIIIe Siècles), Turnhout: Brepols

Hadžimuhamedović, Safet, 2012, ‘Bosnian Sacral Geography: Ethnographic Approaches to Landscape Protection’, in J.-M. Mallarach, ed., Spiritual Values of Protected Areas of Europe, Bonn: Federal Agency for Nature Conservation = BfN Bundesamt für Naturschutz: 55-62

2018, ‘Syncretic Debris: From Shared Bosnian Saints to the ICTY Courtroom’, Ethnoscripts 20/1 (‘Tradition, Performance and Identity Politics in European Festivals’): 79–109

Hamada, Masami, 2004, ‘Le Pouvoir des Lieux Saints dans le Turkestan Oriental’, Annales: Histoire, Sciences Sociales 59/5-6: 1019–40

Hamid, Farooq, 2000, ‘The Hagiographic Process: The Case of Medieval Chishti Sufi Farid al-Din Mas‘ud Ganj-i Shakar (d. 664/1265)’, The Muslim World 90/3-4: 421-38

Hille, Marie-Paule, 2014, Le Xidaotang, une Existence Collective à l’Épreuve du politique: Ethnographie Historique et Anthropologique d’une Communauté Musulmane Chinoise (Gansu, 1857–2014), doctorate dissertation, Paris: École des Hautes Études en Sciences sociales, 2 vols.

2015, ‘Rethinking Muslim-Tibetan Trade Relations in Amdo: A Case Study of the Xidaotang Merchants’, in M.-P. Hille, B. Horlemann, P. Nietupski, ed., Muslims in Amdo Tibetan Society: Multidisciplinary Approaches, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books: 179–206

2016a, ‘Les Han Kitab et le Xidaotang: Réception et Usage d’une Littérature Musulmane en Chinois à la Fin du XIXe siècle à Taozhou (Gansu)’, Études Orientales 27–28: 327–74

2016b, ‘Le Maître Spirituel au sein du Xidaotang: Enquête sur la Reconnaissance d’une Autorité Sainte en Islam Soufi Chinois (Gansu)’, Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions 173: 179-99

2018, ‘Faire Communauté: Dimensions Religieuses et Politiques d’un Rite Alimentaire sur Trois Générations’, in S. Baciocchi, A. Cottereau, M.-P. Hille, eds., Le Pouvoir des Gouvernés: Ethnographies de Savoir-Faire Politiques sur Quatre Continents, Bruxelles: PIE, Peter Lang : 145–80

2020, ‘Les Jeux de l’Ombre et de la Lumière: Ce que Nous Disent des Tombeaux de Saints Musulmans sur une Forme Contemporaine de Sainteté (Chine, Gansu, 1968–2018)’, Revue des Mondes Musulmans et de la Méditerranée 146: 73–96

Kahla, Elina, 2007, Life as Exploit: Representations of Twentieth-Century Saintly Women in Russia, Helsinki: Kikimora Publications

Kefeli, Agnès, 1997, ‘Une Note sur le Rôle des Femmes Tatares Converties au Christianisme dans la Réislamisation de la Moyenne-Volga, au milieu du XIXe siècle’, in S. A. Dudoignon et al., ed., L’Islam de Russie: Conscience Communautaire et Autonomie Politique chez les Tatars de la Volga et de l’Oural, depuis le XVIIIe Siècle, Paris: Maisonneuve & Larose: 65–74

2014, Becoming Muslim in Imperial Russia: Conversion, Apostasy, and Literacy, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press

Kerrou, Mohamed, 1998, ‘Autorité et Sainteté: Perspectives Historiques et Anthropologiques’, in eod., ed., L’autorité des Saints: Perspectives Historiques et Socio-Anthropologiques en Méditerranée Occidentale, Paris: Recherche sur les Civilisations: 11–38

Kleinberg, Aviad, 2005, Histoires de Saints: Leur Rôle dans la Formation de l’Occident, transl. Moshé Méron, Paris: Gallimard

Kovalskaya, Kristina, 2018, ‘Nationalism and Religion in the Discourse of Russia’s ‘Conservative Experts of Islam’’, in M. Kemper & A. Bustanov, ed., Russia’s Islam and Orthodoxy beyond the Institutions: Languages of Conversion, Competition and Convergence, London: Routledge: 13–33

Krämer, Annette, 2002, Geistliche Autorität und Islamische Gesellschaft im Wandel: Studien über Frauenälteste Otin und Xalfa im Unabhängigen Usbekistan, Berlin: Klaus Schwarz (Islamkundliche Untersuchungen)

Lipman, Jonathan N., 1989, ‘Sufi Muslim Lineages and Elite Formation in Modern China: The Menhuan of the Northwest’, in D. Gladney, ed., The Legacy of Islam in China: An International Symposium in Memory of Joseph F. Fletcher, April 14-16, 1989, Cambridge, MA: s.n.: 333–90

Marchadier, Bernard, 2009, ‘L’Exhumation des Reliques dans les Premières années du Pouvoir Soviétique’, in P. Boutry, P. A. Fabre, J. Dominique, eds., Reliques Modernes: Cultes et Usages Chrétiens des Corps Saints, des Réformes aux Révolutions, Paris: Éditions de l’EHESS, vol. 2: 587–610

Mayeur-Jaouen, Catherine, 2002, ‘Grands Hommes, Héros, Saints et Martyrs: Figures du Sacré dans le Moyen-Orient au XXe siècle’, in ead., ed., Saints et Héros du Moyen-Orient Contemporain, Paris: Maisonneuve et Larose: 5-36

2020, ‘Introduction’, in ead., ed., Adab and Modernity: A ‘Civilising Process’? (Sixteenth–Twenty-First Century), Leiden: Brill: 1-48

Michel, Patrick, 1988, La Société Retrouvée: Politique et Religion dans l’Europe Soviétisée, Paris: Fayard

Mittermaier, Amira, 2011, Dreams That Matter: Egyptian Landscapes of the Imagination, Berkeley: University of California Press

Muminov, Ashirbek, 1996, ‘The Veneration of Holy Sites of the Mid-Sirdar’ya Valley: Continuity and Transformation’, in M. Kemper, A. von Kügelgen, D. Yermakov, eds., Muslim Culture in Russia and Central Asia from the 18th to the Early 20th Centuries. Berlin/ Klaus Schwarz: 355–67

1998, ‘Die Qožas: Arabische Genealogien in Kasachstan’ [The Khwajas: Arabic Genealogies in Kazakhstan], in A. von Kügelgen, M. Kemper, A. J. Frank, eds., Muslim Culture in Russia and Central Asia from the 18th to the Early 20th Centuries, 2: Interregional and Interethnic Relations, Berlin: Klaus Schwarz: 193–209

2000, ‘Die Erzählung eines Qožas über die Islamisierung der Länder, die dem Kokander Khanat Unterstehen’, in A. von Kügelgen, A. Muminov, M. Kemper, eds., Muslim Culture in Russia and Central Asia, 3: Arabic, Persian and Turkic Manuscripts (15th-19th Centuries), Berlin: Klaus Schwarz, 2000: 385–428

2012, ‘Dihqāns and Sacred Families in Central Asia’, in K. Morimoto, ed., Sayyids and Sharifs in Muslim Societies: The Living Links to the Prophet, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 198-209

2014, ‘From Revived Tradition to Innovation: Kolkhoz Islam in the Southern Kazakhstan Region and Religious Leadership (through the Cases of Zhartї-Töbe and Oranghay since the 1950s)’, in S. A. Dudoignon & C. Noack, eds., Allah’s Kolkhozes: Migration, De-Stalinisation, Privatisation and the New Muslim Congregations in the Soviet Realm (1950s-2000s), Berlin: Klaus Schwarz: 307–66

2016, ‘A Holy Place and Its Shaykh in the Nineteenth-Century History of Southern Kazakhstan’, in J. Sugawara & R. Dawut, eds., Mazar: Studies on Islamic Sacred Sites in Central Eurasia, Tokyo: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies: 141–52

2017, ‘The Sacred Families in Central Asia, between Ethnicity and Religiosity’, in Sophie Roche, ed., The Family in Central Asia: New Perspectives, Berlin: Klaus Schwartz: 164–70

2018, ‘Sufi Groups in Contemporary Kazakhstan: Competition and Connections with Kazakh Islamic Society’, in D. DeWeese, J.-A. Gross, eds., Sufism in Central Asia: New Perspectives on Sufi Traditions, 15th–21st Centuries, Leiden & Boston: Brill: 284-298

Ashirbek Muminov, et al., eds., Islamization and Sacred Lineages in Central Asia: the Legacy of Ishaq Bab in Narrative and Genealogical Traditions, 1: Genealogical Charters and Sacred families: Nasab-namahs and Khoja Groups Linked to the Ishaq Bab Narrative, 19th-21st Centuries, Almaty et al., Daik-Press, 2008

Nakanishi, Tatsuya, 2013, Islam in Dialogue with Chinese Civilization: Intellectual Activities of Chinese Muslims during the Seventeenth – Nineteenth Centuries, Kyoto: Kyoto University Press (in Japanese)

2012, ‘The Gist of the Gnosis, a Persian Sufi Literature Held in a Private Collection in China: A Source Book of Gangchang, a Chinese Islamic Literature in Dialogue with the Spiritual Alchemy of Neidan Taoism’, in J. Kubota, ed., Looking over East and West in Eurasia, Kyoto: Research Institute for Humanity and Nature: 83–153 (in Japanese)

Navrotskaya, Anna, 2005, ‘Aleksandr Nevskii, Hagiography and National Biography’, Cahiers du Monde Russe 46/1-2: 297-304

Papas, Alexandre, 2008, ‘Les Tombeaux de Saints Musulmans au Xinjiang: Culte, Réforme, Histoire’, Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions 142: 47–62

2018, ‘Hagiography, Persian and Turkish’, Encyclopaedia of Islam III/6: 65-9

Papas, Alexandre, Wei Ma, 2015, ‘Sufi Lineages among the Salar: An Overview’, in M.-P. Hille, B. Horlemann & P. Nietupski, ed., Muslims in Amdo Tibetan Society: Multidisciplinary Approaches, Lanham: Lexington Books: 109–34

Papas, Alexandre, Catherine Mayeur-Jaouen, ed., 2013, Family Portraits with Saints: Hagiography, Sanctity and Family in the Muslim World, Berlin: Klaus Schwarz

Roberts, Flora, 2017, ‘A Time for Feasting? Autarky in the Tajik SSR at War, 1941–45’, Central Asian Survey 36/1: 37–54

2020, ‘Places in Translation: Rivers and Dams in Central Asia’, RCC Perspectives 2 (2020): 32–39

2021, ‘Dam Panegyric: Poetry for Environmental Engineering in Soviet Tajikistan’, N. Breyfogle, ed., Water, Culture, and Society, Pittsburgh, PA: Pittsburgh University Press, 2021, in print

Renard, John, 2008, Friends of God: Islamic Images of Piety, Commitment and Servanthood, Berkeley et al.: California University Press

Roy, Olivier, 2012, La Sainte Ignorance: Le Temps de la Religion sans Culture, Paris: Seuil

Serrano, Silvia, 2010, ‘De-Secularizing National Space in Georgia’, Identity Studies (Tbilisi) 2

2019, Quand le Religieux Devient Politique: Orthodoxie, Pouvoir, Identités en Géorgie Soviétique et Actuelle, Paris: Karthala

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Schmoller, Jesko, 2017, ‘Embodying Moral Superiority: The Master-Apprentice Relationship and National Cultural Heritage in Uzbekistan’, Problems of Post-Communism 64/6: 370–81

2018, ‘The Unfolding of the Tulip: From Ethnic to Religious Identification among Volga Tatars’, Anthropological Journal of European Cultures 27/1: 109–14

2020, ‘The Talking Dead: Everyday Muslim Practice in Russia’, Nationalities Papers 48/6: 1036–51

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Shikhaliev, Shamil, 2014, ‘Downward Mobility and Spiritual Life: The Development of Sufism in the Context of Migration in Dagestan, 1940s-2000s’, in Dudoignon & Noack, ed., Allah’s Kolkhozes: 398-420

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Sugawara, Jun, Rahilä Dawut, ed., 2016, Mazar: Studies on Islamic Sacred Sites in Central Eurasia, Fuchu & Tokyo: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Press

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Valtchinova, Galia, 2006, ‘Le Passé, la Nation, la Religion: La Politique du Patrimoine en Bulgarie Socialiste’, Études Balkaniques 12: 194–209

2019, Saints, Places and National Imagination: Historical Anthropology of Religious Life in the Balkans, Istanbul: Isis

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2002, ‘Le Culte des Saints au Xinjiang, de 1949 à Nos Jours’, Journal d’Histoire du Soufisme 3: 133-72

2010, ‘Sufi Private Family Archives : Regarding Some Unknown Sources on the Intellectual History of Sufi Line-ages in 20th-Century Xinjiang’, in J. Sugawara, J. Millward, Y. Shinmen, ed., Studies on Xinjiang Historical Sources in 17th–20th Centuries, Tokyo: Toyo Bunko: 140–64

2017, ‘Le Politique et le Saint: Régir l’Islam de la Marge’, in A. Dieckhoff & P. Portier, eds., Religion et Politique, Paris: Presses de Sciences Po: 45-55

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