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Prof. Dr. Ingeborg Baldauf

Prof. Dr. Ingeborg Baldauf

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Institute of African and Asian Studies

Topics: Turkic- and Iranian-speaking Central Asia (history, folklore, and literature 12th to 20th century); Ottoman literature 12th to 16th century

Currently not available for supervision of new PhD students

Field: Asian Studies

Areas of research: Languages and Cultures of Central Asia


First supervisor of completed PhD projects:

Mapping the Early Modern Ottoman World: Representations of Cultural Geography in the Late Medieval Anatolian Frontier Narratives (Zeynep Aydogan)

Qașā’id-khānī. A Musical expression of Identities in Badakhshan, Tajikistan. Tradition, Continuity, and Change (Chorshanbe Goibnazarov)

Legal Pluralism in Kyrgyzstan. Ethnography of Local Jurisdiction and Customary Practices of Management of Trouble-Cases (Mahabat Sadyrbek)

Negotiations of Muslim Womanhood among Uyghur Minkaohan Women in Xinjiang (Lisa Ernst)


First supervisor of current PhD projects:

The politics of gender in a colonial Islamic society: governing 'womanhood' in late 19th- and early 20th-century Russian Central Asia (Saidolimkhon Gaziev)

Life, work and religious interactions of Tajik labour migrants: How migration changes solidarity structures in Tajikistan (Rustam Samadov)