Re-Enchanting the Eurasian Steppe: Eco-Nationalism and Eschatology in Tatar Literature, 1960-Present
2019-20History, Arizona State University Return to All Fellows
Agnès Kefeli (Benjamin N. Duke Fellow*) completed the draft of six chapters of her book, Enchanting the Eurasian Steppe, and wrote two articles: “Fawziya Bayramova’s Land of Giants: Sacred Topography and Giant Lineage in Soviet and Post-Soviet Literature,” and “Varieties of Esoteric Islam in Post-Soviet Tatar Literature.” She revised “The Return of Jinn and Angels: Repairing Prophetic Authority in Tatarstan,” a book chapter for Authority in Islam, edited by Ron Sela, forthcoming. Kefeli is clinical professor in religious studies and history at Arizona State University.
*Supported by an endowment fund established by the Research Triangle Foundation