Central Asian Studies
Series Editor: Timothy May (University of North Georgia)
This series will feature original studies with a focus on Central Asia, broadly defined as the former Soviet Central Asian Republics, Xinjiang, Mongolia, Afghanistan, and Pontic and Caspian steppes. This series will be dedicated to high quality monographs, edited volumes, and translations of primary sources. The series is open to all periods of Central Asian history ranging from the ancient to the modern. We are interested in studies with new perspectives and innovative approaches, as well as interdisciplinary work. Scholars who work in history, anthropology, religious studies, and political science will find this series as an appropriate home for their research.