From: Brad and Sara Cronbaugh <sarbrad@MB.INFORYUKYU.OR.JP>
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 1996 10:36:15 +0800
Does anyone have information on or about the Dungan people of Uzbekistan? Or resources in English to recommend? A friend of mine visited Uzbekistan last year, met some Dungan and now wants to learn more about them. He lives in the Houston area and can avail himself of the univerity libraries there.
Brad Kent Cronbaugh
Sara Keller Cronbaugh
PSC 80 Box 11911
APO AP 96367-1911
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 1996 09:44:04 -0500
Reply-To: John Schoeberlein-Engel <schoeber@HUSC.HARVARD.EDU>
One substantial work comes to mind (not on Ozbekistan, but most Dungans are actually in Qirghizstan and Qazaqstan -- and of course Western China):
Dyer, Svetlana Rimsky-Korsakoff Soviet Dungan kolkhozes in the Kirgiz SSR and the Kazakh SSR. Canberra 1979.
Dru Gladney (East-West Center, Hawaii) has written much on Hui/Dungan/Muslim Chinese (mainly in China), and he or his works might direct you to other useful sources.
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 1996 16:12:33 -0500
From: James Critchlow <critchj@SEACOAST.COM>
Is "Dungan" a Russian/Central Asian corruption of "Dunhuang"?
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 1996 17:39:03 -0800
From: Ken Petersen <kpeter@U.WASHINGTON.EDU>
If the answer to James Critchlow's question is yes, your friend may be interested in the Web page for the International Dunhuang Project: