Dr. Paolo Sartori, Senior Researcher at the Institute of Iranian Studies, Austrian Academy of Sciences, who is conducting a research at the International Islamic Academy of Uzbekistan, delivered a lecture to Uzbek professors, experts, researchers and students at the Academy.
Paolo Sartori is one of the world’s most famous scholars in the Anthropology of Central Asia, in particular, Uzbek nations and History of Islam in Central Asia. He wrote about 100 scientific articles and five academic monographs based on his researches.
He is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient (Brill), which publishes original research articles in Asian, Near, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Studies across history, and co-editor of the Handbook of Oriental Studies Series on Central Asia (Brill).
Dr. Sartori is currently researching on the project “Seeing Like an Archive: Documents and Forms of Governance in Islamic Central Asia (18th – 19th centuries), which is designed to investigate the purposes for which an Islamic polity produced and preserved records.
International Islamic Academy of Uzbekistan