Not a bad couple of months for new publications on Eurasian history.
Continue reading History Scholarship Roundup: March 2013
Welcome to this inaugural post of “The Panarchy,” a blog series that will explore research that examines the dynamic interaction of social and ecological systems in Central Eurasia. The blog series takes its name from conceptual developments in “resilience thinking,” a branch of scholarship concerned with the triggers and processes that compose growth, collapse, and transformation in interconnected economic, ecological, and social systems across scales.
Continue reading The Panarchy: Welcome
Welcome to Bactriana. In the coming months your humble blogger will endeavor to cover developments in Eurasian history: What new publications are on the horizon? What is the latest intel on archives and research libraries in the region? Which historiographical debates are catching fire? How are classroom instruction and syllabi in the field evolving? Continue reading Bactriana: A sort of Eurasian history beat
Welcome to the first edition of the “The Digital Mahalla” – a blog addressing themes and topics of digital scholarship in Central Asia. The explosion of research on Internet Communication Technology, trends in social media usage, web analytics, human-computer interaction, and other such topics has been embraced by all disciplines. Every day the web reveals new areas to explore, new websites to analyze, and enlightening perspectives generating new and exciting questions. Continue reading Digital Mahalla