The Bukharan Crisis
A Connected History of 18th Century Central Asia
A concise, rigorous, synthetic intervention that crystalizes key insights from an established career of research within the context of larger issues in the field. . . . [It is] one of the very few works to put recent research from Central Asian studies in dialogue with scholarship on world history, from maritime trade and climate change, to technology and orientalism. . . . The readership for this work will be justifiably broad. Non-specialists will find the best work coming out of Central Asia translated into an accessible framework. Central Asianists will be challenged to reengage established research in new ways.