Petra Vaculíková18 Feb 2020Comments Off on Malikov Azim
Material culture and cultural anthropology
History, Identity construction, Nationalism, Islam, Sinophobia, Sinophilia, Urban history, Nation-building in Central Asia
Dr. Azim Malikov currently works at the department of Asian Studies, Faculty of Arts of Palacky university, Sinophone borderlands – Interactions at the edges. His research interests include Identity construction, ethnicity, memory, heritage, nationalism, transformation of intellectual elites, nation-building process in Central Asia. History and culture of Samarkand. He analyzes how history was and is used to legitimate either Sinophobic or Sinophilic narratives and attitudes among citizens of Uzbekistan and identifies other factors that have played or play a major role in shaping attitudes towards China and the Chinese people.
Malikov, Azim. Shrines and Pilgrimage in Southern Kazakhstan in Rahimi, Babak, and Peyman Eshaghi, eds. Muslim Pilgrimage in the Modern World. CHAPEL HILL: University of North Carolina Press, 2019
Malikov, Azim. Sacred Lineages in Central Asia: Translocality and Identity in Mobilities, Boundaries, and Travelling Ideas: Rethinking Translocality Beyond Central Asia and the Caucasus edited by Manja Stephan-¬Emmrich and Philipp Schröder (Cambridge: Open Book Publishers), 2018, pp.121-150
Malikov, Azim. Turkic ethnonyms and ethnotoponyms of the Zerafshan Valley (18th – early 20th century). Tashkent: Muharrir publishing house, 2018, 216 p. [in Russian].
Malikov, Azim. History of Samarkand (from ancient times to the 14th century). Volume 1. Tashkent: Paradigma, 2017, 336 p. [in Russian].
Malikov, Azim. Kinship systems of Xoja groups in Southern Kazakhstan in Anthropology of the Middle East, Volume 12, Issue 2, Winter 2017, р.78-91
Malikov, Azim. Khoja in Kazakhstan: identity transformations in Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Department ‘Integration and Conflict’ Field Notes and research Projects VI CASCA – Centre for Anthropological Studies on Central Asia: Framing the Research, Initial Projects. Eds.: Peter Finke/Günther Schlee. Halle/Saale, 2013, p.101-107
Malikov, Azim. Cult of saints and shrines in the Samarqand province of Uzbekistan in International journal for modern anthropology. Volume 3, 2010, p.116-124
Malikov, Azim. History in Uzbekistan (1989-1999) // Central Asia on display. Proceedings of the VII conference of the European Society for Central Asian Studies. Vienna: Lit publishers, 2004.