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This teaching module examines the case of the Basmachi movement as Islamic insurgency and identity-based conflict, and its containment by the government in Central Asia in the 1920s. Using the primary source materials from the RPI collection, students will learn:
- What political, economic, and social factors influenced people to join the Basmachi movement;
- What economic and social policies were effective in the containment of the mass violence;
- How the acceptance of both Soviet laws and the Sharia helped in fighting with the Islamist insurgency.
Included is a description of theoretical concepts, case analysis, and bibliograhy.
Visual propaganda played an enormous role in the history of the 20th century. In contrast to the 19th century, it...