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Introduction: making borders, making worlds -- Uzbekistan: building the nation, defending the border -- Kyrgyzstan: contested visions of the nation -- Caught in the middle: life in the "neutral zone" -- Osh's borders: a matter of life and death -- Conclusion: the destruction of the Ferghana Valley -- Appendix I: Transliteration tables -- Appendix II: Divergent spellings.
"Nick Megoran explores the process of building independent nation-states in post-Soviet Central Asia through the lens of the boundary between Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, using a combination of political, historical, ethnographic, and geographic frames to shed new light on this process."--Provided by publisher.
Print version record and online resource (JSTOR, viewed Sept. 11, 2018).
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