Volume No. 1
Issue No. 1
Print ISSN: 2330-6602. Online ISSN: 2330-6610.
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Shorskiy geroicheskiy èpos [The Shor heroic epic]. Edited and Translated by Dmitry A. Funk. Vol. I. Moscow: Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, RAS, 2010. 392 pages. 240 RUR (appr. $8.00) (2nd ed. and vols. II and III available free of charge from the Dept. of Culture and National Politics of Kemerovo Province).
Vol. II. Shorskiy geroicheskiy èpos: Shorskiy fol’klor v obrabotke O. I. Blagoveshchenskoy [The Shor heroic epic: Shor folklor as prepared for publication by O. I. Blagoveshchenskaya]. Kemerovo: Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, RAS/ Dept. of Culture and National Politics of Kemerovo Province, 2011. 171 pages.
Vol. III. Shorskiy geroicheskiy èpos: Sybazyn-Olak, Vysporennaya Altyn-Turgu, Kara-Xan [The Shor heroic epic: Sybazyn-Olak, The Quarrelsome Altyn-Torgu, Kara-Khan]. Skazitel’ V. E. Tannagashev [Singer V. E. Tannagashev]. Kemerovo: Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, RAS/ Dept. of Culture and National
Politics of Kemerovo Province, 2012. 277 pages, plus CD.
The Blue Sky. Written by Galsan Tschinag. Translated by Kathrina Rout. Minneapolis, MN: Milkweed Editions, 2006. 192 pages. $22 (hardcover)
The Gray Earth. Written by Galsan Tschinag. Translated by Katharina Rout. Minneapolis, MN: Milkweed Editions, 2010. 302 pages. $24 (hardcover)
Şygyr äleminiň bilbili [The world of poetry’s nightingale]. Edited by B. Orazdurdyýwa, J. Amanowa, and O Bäşimowa. Ashgabat: Türkmen döwlet neşirýat gullugy [The Publishing Service of the Turkmen Government], 2011. 272 pages. Price not available.
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The mission of "The Journal of Central and Inner Asian Dialogue" is to advance the scholarship of junior scholars and students from Central and Inner Asia by emphasizing the historical and cultural aspects of the region such as but not limited to the arts, languages and literature of its peoples and to engage them in a first-rate academic dialogue with the larger academic community.