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Author Nalivkin, V. P. (Vladimir Petrovich), 1852-1918, author
Title Ocherk byta zhenshchiny osi︠e︡dlago tuzemnago naselenīi︠a︡ Fergany. English
Muslim women of the Fergana Valley : a 19th-century ethnography from Central Asia / Vladimir Nalivkin and Maria Nalivkina ; edited by Marianne Kamp ; translated by Mariana Markova and Marianne Kamp
Imprint Bloomington : Indiana University Press, [2016]
©2016
book jacket
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 Ethnology Library  HQ1735.27 .N3513 2016    AVAILABLE    30520020823465
 Modern History Library  305.420958 N171    AVAILABLE    30550100643830
Descript 231 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
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Note Translation of: Ocherk byta zhenshchiny osi︠e︡dlago tuzemnago naselenīi︠a︡ Fergany. 1886
English translation of title of original work: A sketch of the everyday life of women of the sedentary native population of the Fergana Valley
Includes bibliographical references (pages 201-226) and index
Editor's introduction / Marianne Kamp -- Authors' preface: A sketch of the everyday life of women of the sedentary native population of the Fergana Valley / Vladimir Nalivkin and Maria Nalivkina -- 1. A short sketch of the Fergana Valley -- 2. Religion and clergy -- 3. Houses and utensils -- 4. Woman's appearance and her clothing -- 5. Occupations and food -- 6. The woman, her character, habits, knowledge, and behavior toward the people around her -- 7. Pregnancy and childbirth : a girl -- 8. The maiden : marriage proposal and marriage -- 9. Polygyny, divorce, widowhood, and death of a woman -- 10. Prostitution
Subject Muslim women -- Fergana Valley -- Social conditions
Women -- Fergana Valley -- Social conditions
Sarts (Asian people) -- Fergana Valley -- Social life and customs
Uzbeks -- Fergana Valley -- Social life and customs
Ethnology -- Fergana Valley
Fergana Valley -- Social life and customs -- 19th century
Alt Author Nalivkina, Marii︠a︡ Vladimirovna, author
Kamp, Marianne, editor, translator
Markova, Mariana, translator
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