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Steppe and Sown: Eurasianism, soil and the mapping of Bukhara in the light of Soviet ethnographic accounts, 1948-76

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Steppe and Sown : Eurasianism, soil and the mapping of Bukhara in the light of Soviet ethnographic accounts, 1948-76. / Marten-Finnis, Susanne.

Socio-Environmental Dynamics along the Historical Silk Road. ed. / Liang Emlyn Yang; Hans-Rudolf Bork; Xiuqi Fang; Steffen Mischke. Heidelberg : Springer Heidelberg, 2019.

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Harvard

Marten-Finnis, S 2019, Steppe and Sown: Eurasianism, soil and the mapping of Bukhara in the light of Soviet ethnographic accounts, 1948-76. in LE Yang, H-R Bork, X Fang & S Mischke (eds), Socio-Environmental Dynamics along the Historical Silk Road. Springer Heidelberg, Heidelberg. <https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783030007270>

APA

Marten-Finnis, S. (2019). Steppe and Sown: Eurasianism, soil and the mapping of Bukhara in the light of Soviet ethnographic accounts, 1948-76. In L. E. Yang, H-R. Bork, X. Fang, & S. Mischke (Eds.), Socio-Environmental Dynamics along the Historical Silk Road Springer Heidelberg. https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783030007270

Vancouver

Marten-Finnis S. Steppe and Sown: Eurasianism, soil and the mapping of Bukhara in the light of Soviet ethnographic accounts, 1948-76. In Yang LE, Bork H-R, Fang X, Mischke S, editors, Socio-Environmental Dynamics along the Historical Silk Road. Heidelberg: Springer Heidelberg. 2019

Author

Marten-Finnis, Susanne. / Steppe and Sown : Eurasianism, soil and the mapping of Bukhara in the light of Soviet ethnographic accounts, 1948-76. Socio-Environmental Dynamics along the Historical Silk Road. editor / Liang Emlyn Yang ; Hans-Rudolf Bork ; Xiuqi Fang ; Steffen Mischke. Heidelberg : Springer Heidelberg, 2019.

Bibtex

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