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Department of History and Source Studies of the Peoples of Central Asia

 Алимова Р.Р. ALIMOVA RAHIMA RUSKULOVNA
Scientific degree and title: Candidate of historical sciences
Post: Head of the Department
Reception hour: Every day (14:00-16:00)
Tel.: +99890 806 11 66
E-mail:  r.alimova@gmail.ru

History of the Department

In 1991, with the establishment of the Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies, the Department of History of the Peoples of Central Asia was established. The department was renamed the Department of History and Source Studies of the Peoples of Central Asia in 2017, and the Department of History and Ethnology of the Peoples of Central Asia in 2020. Professors and teachers of the department in accordance with the State Educational Standards of Continuing Education of Uzbekistan (by State Education Standard of Higher Education) in the direction of Bachelorius “5220200 – History (by countries and regions)” and 5220200 (Now -60220300) – History (by countries of Central Asia) and after in the directions based on the general requirements for the content of the required knowledge and the level of training of masters in the field of 5A220204 (Now 70220303 – Methods of Historiography, Source Studies and Historical Research (by countries of Central Asia) and from begining of 2020-2021 academic year 5A121401 – (Now70230501) – Ethnography, ethnology and anthropology on the basis of undergraduate education the general history of the peoples of Central Asia and the region, the history of statehood, historical geography, historical sources and historiography, systems of religious worldview, stages of socio-political development, material and teaching subjects on spiritual culture, ethno-social and ethno-cultural relations are taught. The department also has a master’s degree in history, source studies and the problems of methods and methodology of historical research. 70230501 – Master’s degree in Ethnography, Ethnology and Anthropology provides training in ethnology, social anthropology, anthropological and ethnological research methods, historical and modern ethnocultural processes.

Over the years, the department has been headed by the following specialists:

G.Ahmadjonov. Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor. 1991-1998

M.M.Is’hokov. Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor. 1998-2012

Sh.Saidov. Candidate of Historical Sciences 2012-2013.

X.T.Fayziev. Candidate of Historical Sciences. 2013-2014.

R.R.Alimova. Candidate of Historical Sciences. 2014-2015.

I.M.Haydarov. Candidate of Historical Sciences. 2015-2017.

Currently R.R. Alimova is a head of the department. Candidate of Historical Sciences. From 2017.

Until 1998, teaching the subject “History of Uzbekistan” was a leading activity of the department. From 1998 to 2019, the teaching of the historical and geographical region of Central Asia was established, the sciences were improved. In particular, the teaching of the history of East Turkestan, Tibet, Altai-Zhetisu, Dashti Kipchak was introduced.

The Department of History and Ethnology of the Peoples of Central Asia is the only one in Central Asia in terms of goals and objectives. Students will specialize in historical source studies and historiography based on knowledge of major Eastern languages and one of the Western languages.

 

The department offers the following undergraduate programs.

  • 60220300 – History (Eastern Countries and Regions (by countries of Central Asia)

The department teaches students of the following master’s specialties.

  •  70220303 – Methods of Historiography, Source Studies and Historical Research (by countries of Central Asia)
  • 70230501 – Ethnography, ethnology and anthropology

The department offers the following subjects for undergraduate and graduate students.

Bachelor’s degree:

  1. History of Uzbekistan
  2. Archival Studies
  3. History of the Peoples of Central Asia
  4. Ethnology of the Peoples of Central Asia
  5. Historical geography of Central Asia
  6. Auxiliary historical sciences
  7. Fundamentals of historical research
  8. Reading and interpreting historical sources
  9. Modern methods of teaching history
  10. Source studies and historiography of the peoples of Central Asia
  11. Introduction to Oriental Studies
  12. Central Asian and world civilization (elective science)
  13. History of Central Asian diplomacy (elective science)
  14. History of Central Asian culture (elective science)
  15. History of socio-political doctrines in Central Asia (elective subject)
  16. The Great Silk Road: History and Modernity (Elective Science)
  17. History of socio-political doctrines in Central Asia (elective science)

Master’s degree:

70220303 – Methods of Historiography, Source Studies and Historical Research (by countries of Central Asia)

  1. Theoretical issues of specialization
  2. Methodology and modern methods of historical research
  3. Practice of source studies
  4. Concepts of modern historiography of Central Asia
  5. Methods of teaching special subjects
  6. Social anthropology of the peoples of Central Asia
  7. Historical diplomacy
  8. The practice of reading and analyzing manuscripts
  9. Hermeneutics of comparative sources in the history of Central Asia
  10. Genesis and development of nomadic culture in Central Asia (elective science)
  11. Philosophy of history (elective science)
  12. Philosophy of history (elective science)
  13. Historiography of ethnology of the peoples of Central Asia (elective subject)
  14. Foreign relations of Central Asian states in the late Middle Ages (elective science)
  15. Historiography of the Timurid period (elective subject)
  16. Historiography of ethno-cultural processes in Central Asia in the early Middle Ages (elective subject)

 

70230501 – Ethnography, ethnology and anthropology

  1. Methodology and modern methods of historical research
  2. History of ethnology of foreign countries
  3. Modern ethnocultural processes in the country under study
  4. Methods of anthropological and ethnological research
  5. Methods of teaching special subjects
  6. Modern problems of ethnology of the peoples of the studied region (country) (elective science)
  7. Identity of the peoples of the region (country) under study: traditional and modern views (elective science)
  8. Ethno-cultural processes in Central Asia in the Middle Ages (elective science)
  9. Ethno-cultural processes in Central Asia in the early Middle Ages (elective science)
  10. Methods of field research in ethnology (elective science)

 

Information about professors and teachers of the department:

  1. Doniyorov Alisher Khudoyberdiyevich – Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor – doniyorov_alisher@mail.ru
  2. Alimova Rakhima Ruskulovna – Candidate of Historical Sciences – r.alimova@gmail.ru
  3. Khaydarov Izzatilla Makhmutalievich – izzatillakhon@gmail.com
  4. Madraimov Askariy Abdumajidovich – askari.madraimov@bk.ru
  5. Odilov Bobir Akhmadjon ogli – odilov1984@bk.ru
  6. Askarov Mirzohid Maxammadjon o‘g‘li – asqarovmirzoxid@mail.ru
  7. Saidov Shavkat Jumaboevich – shavkatsaidov63@gmail.com
  8. Fayziev Xurshid Turgunovich – tarix fanlari nomzodi – xurshid.fayziyev.77@mail.ru
  9. Bekmuradov Sandjar Tursunmamatovich – o‘qituvchi – com@mail.ru
  10. Karimov Nodir Rahmonqulovich – Karimovnodir@mail.ru
  11. Xudaynazarov Iso Baysoatovich – o‘qituvchi – isobek@inbox.ru
  12. Turdixojayeva Mahliyo Mukimxoja qizi turdixujayevamakhliyo@gmail.com
  13. Salimov Samandar Saydullo o‘g‘li samandarsalimov@mail.ru

 

Partner organizations of the department

  1. State Museum of Repression Victims under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan
  2. Institute of Oriental Studies named after Abu Rayhan Beruni of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan
  3. Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan
  4. O‘zR FA San’atshunoslik instituti
  5. State Museum of the History of the Temurids of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan
  6. State Museum of History of Uzbekistan of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan
  7. National Archive of Uzbekistan
  8. Tashkent State University of Oriental Studies Yunusabad Academic Lyceum.

 


 

Publications of professors and teachers of the department

Alimova R.R.

  1. History of the peoples of Central Asia (foreign economic relations of the Central Asian khanates in the late Middle Ages). Study guide. Tashkent. 2009.
  2. Alimova R.R. Russian colonialism in Turkestan local sources. Study guide. Tashkent. 2009.
  3. Alimova R.R. Dashti Kipchak in Central Asia. Tashkent. 2011.
  4. Alimova R.R. Central Asian states at the time of independence. Tashkent. 2011.
  5. Alimova R.R. History of the peoples of Central Asia (Middle Ages). Study guide. – Tashkent: Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies, 2013.
  6. Alimova R.R. Diplomatic and trade-economic relations of the Central Asian Authorities with neighboring countries (on the basis of Russian historiography and sources of the XVI-XX centuries). Monograph. 2017.
  7. Alimova R.R. Ishakov M.M., Alimova R.R. Archival science. Study guide. Tashkent. 2017.

 

Doniyorov A.X.

1.Doniyorov A.X. Ethnographic research in Uzbekistan in the twentieth century. Tutorial. – Tashkent: Yangi asr avlodi, 2005.

  1. Doniyorov A.X. Essay on the historiography of ethnography of Uzbekistan (30s of the XIX century). Study guide. – Tashkent: Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies. 2005.
  2. Doniyorov A.X. Khorezm archeological and ethnographic expedition in the field of ethnography of Uzbekistan. Study guide. – Tashkent: Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies. 2007.
  3. Doniyorov A.X. Ethnography, ethnogenesis and ethnic history of the peoples of Central Asia. Study guide. – Tashkent: Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies. 2009.
  4. Doniyorov A.X. Educational technology in ethnography, ethnogenesis and ethnic history of the peoples of Central Asia. Study guide. – Tashkent: New edition. 2010.
  5. Doniyorov A.X. History of the peoples of Central Asia. Educational-methodical complex. – Tashkent: Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies. 2011.
  6. Doniyorov A.X. Educational-methodical complex on the history of civilizations. – Tashkent: Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies. 2013.
  7. Doniyorov A.X. Ethnography, ethnogenesis and ethnic history of the peoples of Central Asia. Study guide. – Tashkent: Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies. 2014.

 

Bekmuradov S.T.

  1. History of Arabic countries / Textbook. – Tashkent: “Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies”, 2017.
  2. Ethnodemography / Textbook. – Tashkent: “Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies”, 2019.
  3. Conducting seminars on the history of Uzbekistan on the basis of interactive methods. / Textbook. – Tashkent: “Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies”, 2020.
  4. Source studies and historiography of the peoples of Central Asia / Textbook. – Tashkent: “Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies”, 2021.

 

Haydarov I.M.

  1. Activities of economic councils in Uzbekistan (1917-1943). A guide. – Tashkent: “Gold print edition”, 2019.
  2. The role of Uzbek industry in the economic complex of the Soviet Union (1945-1991). Tashkent. 2019.

 

Saidov Sh.J.

  1. Jaloliddin Manguberdi. – Tashkent. 2000.
  2. The overthrow of the Khiva khanate: a new perspective. – Tashkent. 2006.
  3. The rise and fall of the Khorezmshahs Anushtegin state. – Tashkent. 2008.
  4. Foreign relations and trade relations of the USSR (1917-1924).
  5. Khorezm-Russian relations in the first quarter of the XIX-XX centuries. Monograph. – Tashkent. 2019.

 

Khudoynazarov I.

  1. Ishakov M.M. Khudoynazarov I. Auxiliary historical sciences. Tashkent. 2019.

 

 

The scientific direction of the department

  • “History, historiography, source studies and methods of historical research of the peoples of Central Asia”:
  • Historiography of ethnology of Uzbekistan
  • Historiography of political, economic and cultural relations of the Central Asian khanates with the countries of the East
  • The role of Uzbek industry in the single national economic complex of the Soviet Union (1945-1991)

 

Scientific projects of the department

  1. “History of the peoples of Central Asia”
  2. “Ethnography, ethnogenesis and ethnic history of the peoples of Central Asia”
  3. “Methods of historical research”

 

Scientific research center of the department

  1. “Scientific Center for History, Source Studies and Historical Geographical Research of the Peoples of Central Asia”

 

The number of students in the deparment -189

A). Undergraduate students: 167

  1. The number of first-year students is 23
  2. Number of 2nd year students – 38
  3. Number of 3rd year students – 49
  4. Number of 4th year students – 29

B). Master’s degree students: 32 students

  1. The number of masters of the 1st stage – 16

2. The number of masters of the 2nd stage – 16

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