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Over the 23 years of its existence, the Institute has issued more than 60 scientific publications that have become the result of the scientific and research activities of the Institute. In addition, IICAS has been publishing the journal IICAS for more than 10 years. The journal is published twice a year in Russian and English, and is on the list of the Higher Attestation Commission of Uzbekistan. All publications of the Institute are distributed free of charge and are available to everyone. IICAS, independently or in cooperation with UNESCO, organizes international scientific conferences in which dozens of leading scientists from Central Asia and the world have already taken part. Many of the IICAS publications are bilingual and are prepared in English and Russian.

The Artistic Culture of Central Asia and Azerbaijan in the 9th–15th centuries. Volume II. Glass

ISBN: 978-9943-357-14-3;
Era: Baypakov, K., Doschanova, T., Yakubov, Yu., Byashimova, N., Mirzaakhmedov, D., Dostiyev, T.;
Country: Uzbekistan;

The book is published as part of the project “The Artistic Culture of Central Asia and Azerbaijan of the 9th-15th Centuries”, carried out by the International Institute of Central Asian Studies. The goal of the project is to systematize scientific data on subjects of material and artistic culture of the 9th-15th centuries, including ceramics, architecture, glass-making, toreutics and other fields of applied art. The publication is addressed to specialists, as well as a wide range of readers interested in the culture of the East.

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The Artistic Culture of Central Asia and Azerbaijan in the 9th–15th Centuries. Vol. I. Ceramics

ISBN: 978-9943-11-084-7 (IICAS) 978-9943-17-044-5 (SMI-ASIA);
Era: K. Baypakov, O. Kuznetsova, B. Amanbaeva, V. Kol'chenko, Yu. Yakubov, N. Byashimova, E. Muradova, D. Mirzaakhmedov, T. Dostiev;
Country: Uzbekistan;

This book is published as a part of the project The Artistic Culture of Central Asia and Azerbaijan in the 9th–15th centuries, carried out by the International Institute for Central Asian Studies. The objective of the project is to systematise the academic knowledge and data related to a wide range of items of the material and artistic culture of the 9th–15th centuries, including ceramics, architecture, glass making, toreutics and other forms of applied arts. The publication is aimed at specialists as well as at the general public interested in the culture of the East.

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The Artistic Culture of Central Asia and Azerbaijan in the 9th–15th Centuries. Vol. I. Ceramics

ISBN: 978-9943-11-084-7 (МИЦАИ) 978-9943-17-044-5 (SMI-ASIA);
Era: K. Baypakov, O. Kuznetsova, B. Amanbaeva, V. Kol'chenko, Yu. Yakubov, N. Byashimova, E. Muradova, D. Mirzaakhmedov, T. Dostiev;
Country: Uzbekistan;

This book is published as a part of the project The Artistic Culture of Central Asia and Azerbaijan in the 9th–15th centuries, carried out by the International Institute for Central Asian Studies. The objective of the project is to systematise the academic knowledge and data related to a wide range of items of the material and artistic culture of the 9th–15th centuries, including ceramics, architecture, glass making, toreutics and other forms of applied arts. The publication is aimed at specialists as well as at the general public interested in the culture of the East.

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Prominent Archaeological Sites of Central Asia on the Great Silk Road

ISBN: 978-9943-357-20-4;
Era: К.Baipakov, D.Voyakin, B.Amanbayeva, V.Kolchenko, A.Sulaymanova, Y.Yakubov, R.Mukimov, T.Khodjaniyazov, A.Kurbanov, A.Gritsina;
Country: Uzbekistan;

Central Asia has a wide range cultural sites and historic towns along the Great Silk Road trading routes that in the past prospered as meeting points of different cultures. The book introduces readers to the most famous and prominent archaeological monuments in Central Asia and was written to promote the UNESCO programme for Serial Nomination of the Silk Roads in Central Asia and China to the World Heritage List.

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Suzani. Central Asian decorative embroidery

ISBN: 978-9943-357-09-9 (IICAS) 978-9943-17-034-6 (SMI-ASIA);
Era: Sukhareva O.A.;
Country: Uzbekistan;

The publication is dedicated to the art of Suzani embroidery dated from the middle of 19th century to early 20th century from the collection of Samarkand Museum. The analysis of regional embroidery peculiarities is offered along with the study of the evolution of the art. 

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