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dhr. prof. dr. M. (Michael) Kemper

Oost-Europese studies
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Michael Kemper

... is professor and chair of Eastern European Studies, one of the three chair groups of European Studies at UvA. His major field of expertise is Islam in Russia, Central Asia, and the Caucasus, as well as the history of Oriental Studies in Europe.

Kemper studied Slavic as well as Islamic and Oriental Studies at Bochum University, Germany. At Bochum University Kemper also directed, in close collaboration with Prof. Stefan Reichmuth, a Junior Research Group on "Islamic Networks of Education (18th-20th Centuries)", which was generously supported by the Volkswagen Foundation. Between 1998 and 2007, this group produced seven dissertations on Islamic movements of education in India, Syria, Bosnia, and Turkey/the Ottoman Empire. Before coming to UvA Kemper worked as assistant professor for Central EurasianHistory at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY.

In his dissertation (1997) Kemper investigated the history of Islamic theology, law, Sufism, and local historiography in the Volga-Urals region of nineteenth-century Russia. Kemper's second monograph (habilitation, 2004) explored the nineteenth-century jihad against Russian colonialism in the Caucasus. These works are mainly based on the rich Arabic and Turkic manuscript collections in the Russian Federation and Turkey, as well as on Russian historiography. Next to his monographs, Kemper also co-edited a number of volumes on aspects of Muslim Culture in Russia and the Soviet Union. 

Together with Dr. Stephane A. Dudoignon (EHESS, Paris), Kemper now conducts a new research project at UvA, entitled "The Legacy of Soviet Oriental Studies: Discourses, Networks, Institutions" (funded by NWO, 2009-2013). The project comprises PhD studies on the central institutions of Orientology in Moscow and Leningrad (Hanna E. Jansen), Oriental Studies and nationalism in Azerbaijan (Sara H. Crombach), and Kazakh Oriental Studies (Alfrid K. Bustanov). 

With Alfrid Bustanov and Prof. Dr. Jos Schaeken (Leiden University) he started to investigate how Russian and other European languages are currently being used by Muslim authorities and activists, and what linguistic changes this produces. Two PhDs work on the relations between Islam and the Orthodox Church in Russia.

Kemper currently teaches courses on the political history of Eastern Europe, a BA survey on "Putin's Russia" and an MA course on the Caucasus.

Major publications (topic-wise)

 

1.     On "Islamo-Russian"

Alfrid K. Bustanov, Michael Kemper, "The Russian Orthodox and Islamic Languages in the Russian Federation", Slavica Tergestina: European Slavic Studies Journal 15 (2013), 258-277.

A.K. Bustanov/ M. Kemper [eds.], Islamic Authority and the Russian Language: Studies on Texts from European Russia, the North Caucasus and Siberia (Amsterdam: Pegasus 2012), 400 pp.

 

 

2.     On Soviet Oriental Studies and Islam in the USSR:

Reassessing Orientalism: Interlocking Orientologies during the Cold War, edited by Michael Kemper and Artemy M. Kalinovsky (London: Routledge, 2015).

"Propaganda for the East, Scholarship for the West: Soviet Strategies at the 1960 International Congress of Orientalists in Moscow", Reassessing Orientalism, 170-210.

The Heritage of Soviet Oriental Studies , ed. by Michael Kemper and Stephan Conermann ( London and New York : Routledge, 2011), 336 pp.

"Red Orientalism: Mikhail Pavlovich and Marxist Oriental Studies in Early Soviet Russia",  Die Welt des Islams  vol. 50: 3-4 (2010), 435-476.

Islamic Education in the Soviet Union and Its Successor States , ed. by Michael Kemper, Raoul Motika, Stefan Reichmuth, London and New York: Routledge, 2009, 367 pp.

"The Soviet Discourse on the Origin and Class Character of Islam, 1923-1933",  Die Welt des Islams  49:1 (2009), 1-48.

"Ljucian Klimovič, der ideologische Bluthund der sowjetischen Islamkunde und Zentralasienliteratur",  Schweizer Asienstudien , LXIII (2009), 93-133.

 

 

3.     On Tatar Islamic History:

Alfrid K. Bustanov and Michael Kemper, “Valiulla Iakupov’s Tatar Islamic Traditionalism”, Asiatische Studien – Études Asiatiques LXVII, 3/2013, 809-835.

"šihābaddīn al-Marğānī über Abū n-Nasr al-Qūrsāwī s Konflikt mit den Gelehrten Bucharas (Einleitung, arabischer Text und Übersetzung)", in: von Kügelgen, Muminov, Kemper (eds.), Muslim Culture in Russia and Central Asia, vol. 3, Berlin 2000, pp. 353-383.

Sufis und Gelehrte in Tatarien und Baschkirien. Der islamische Diskurs unter russischer Herrschaft , Berlin: Klaus Schwarz Verlag 1998, 516 pp. [ Russian translation: Sufii i uchenye v Tatarstane i Bashkortostane, 1789-1889: Islamskii diskurs pod russkim gospodstvom,  transl. by Iskander Gilyazov, Kazan ': Idel'-Press, 2008, 655 pp.]

""Shihābaddīn al-Marğānī als Religionsgelehrter", in: Kemper, von Kügelgen, Yermakov (eds.), Muslim Culture in Russia and Central Asia [vol. I], Berlin 1996, pp. 129-166.

"Entre Boukhara et la Moyenne Volga: ´Abd an-Nasir al-Qursawi (1776-1812) en conflit avec les oulémas traditionalistes", in: Cahiers du Monde russe, vol. 37, (1-2), janvier-juin 1996, pp. 41-52.

 

4.     On the North Caucasus:

"Ijtihad into Philosophy: Islam as Cultural Heritage in Post-Stalinist Daghestan", Central Asian Survey 33:3 (2014), 390-404. 

Michael Kemper and  Shamil Shikhaliev, “Dagestanskoe reformatorstvo pervoi treti XX veka kak raznovidnost’ dzhadidizma”, in: Abu Suf”ian Akaev: Epokha, zhizn’, deiatel’nost’, edited by G. Orazaev (Makhachkala: Dag. knizhnoe izd., 2012), 52-58.

 "An Island of Classical Arabic in the Caucasus: Daghestan", in : Exploring the Caucasus in the 21st Century. Essays on Culture, History and Politics in a Dynamic Context , edited by Françoise Companjen, László Marácz and Lia Versteegh ( Amsterdam : AUP, 2010), 63-90.

 "How to Take the Muslim Peripheries Seriously in the Writing of Imperial History?", in:  Ab Imperio 4/2008, 472-482.

"Ghazi Muhammad's Treatise against Daghestani Customary Law", in: Moshe Gammer (ed.),  Islam and Sufism in Daghestan  ( Helsinki : Finnish Academy of Sciences and Letters, 2009), 85-100.

"The North Caucasian Khalidiyya and 'Muridism': Historiographical Problems",in: Journal for the History of Sufism vol. 5 (2006), 111-126.

"Daghestani Shaykhs and Scholars in Russian Exile: Networks of Sufism, Fatwas and Poetry", in: Daghestan and the World of Islam , edited by Moshe Gammer and David J. Wasserstein (Helsinki 2006), 95-107.

Herrschaft, Recht und Islam in Daghestan. Von den Khanaten und Gemeindebünden zum ğihād-Staat  (Caucasian Studies vol. 7), Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2005, 464 pp.

"'Adat against Shari'a:  Russian Approaches towards Daghestani 'Customary Law' in the 19th Century", Ab Imperio 3/2005, pp. 147-174.

"Arabischsprachige 'adat- Ethnographie aufrussische Bestellung?", in: Rechtspluralismus in der IslamischenWelt. Gewohnheitsrecht zwischen Staat und Gesellschaft , herausgegeben von Michael Kemper und Maurus Reinkowski, Berlin: De Gruyter 2005, 317-330.

Die Islamgelehrten Daghestans und ihre arabischen Werke. Nadīr ad-Durgilīs (st. 1935) Nuzhat al-adhhān fī tarāğim ´ulamā` Dāġistān , herausgegeben, übersetzt und kommentiert von Michael Kemper und Amri R. šixsaidov, Berlin: Klaus Schwarz Verlag [ Muslim Culture in Russia and Central Asia,   vol. 4 ], 2004, 460 pp. [Russian edition: Nazir al-Durgeli, Uslada umov v biografiiakh dagestanskikh uchenykh (Nuzhkhat al-azkhan fi taradzhim 'ulama' Dagistan). Dagestanskie uchenye X-XX vv. i ikh sochineniia. Perevod s arabskogo, kommentarii, faksimil'noe izdanie, ukazateli i bibliografiia podgotovlennye A.R. Shikhsaidovym, M. Kemperom, A.K. Bustanovym, Moscow, 2012].

"Communal Agreements  (ittifaqat)  and  ´adat-  Books from Daghestani Villages and Confederacies (18th - 19th Centuries)", Der Islam 81 (2004), 115-151.

Michael Kemper, Amri Shikhsaidov and Natalya Tagirova, "The 'Shamil Collection' of the Princeton University Library", in:  The Princeton University Library Chronicle , vol. LXVI, no. 1 (Autumn 2002), 121-140.

"The Daghestani Legal Discourse on the Imamate", in:  Central Asian Survey  (2002), 21 (3), 161-174.

"Khalidiyya Networks in Daghestan and the Question of Jihad ", in:  Die Welt des Islams  vol. 42, 1 (2002), pp. 41-71.

 

5.     Comparative Perspectives:

"The Changing Images of Jihad Leaders: Shamil and Abd al-Qadir in Daghestani and Algerian Historical Writing",  Nova Religio: Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions  , vol. 11, 2 (2007), 28-58.

Rechtspluralismus in der Islamischen Welt. Gewohnheitsrecht zwischen Staat und Gesellschaft,  ed. Michael Kemper and Maurus Reinkowski , Berlin : De Gruyter (Studien zur Geschichte und Kultur des islamischen Orients, vol. 16), 2005, 378 pp.

Muslim Culture in Russia and Central Asia from the 18th to the Early 20th Centuries  [vol. 1], edited by Michael Kemper, Anke von Kügelgen, Dmitriy Yermakov , Berlin : Klaus Schwarz Verlag 1996, 482 pp.; Muslim Culture in Russia and Central Asia from the 18th to the Early 20th Centuries, vol. 2: Inter-Regional and Inter-Ethnic Relations,  edited by Anke von Kügelgen, Michael Kemper, Allen J. Frank, Berlin : Klaus Schwarz Verlag 1998, 660 pp.; Muslim Culture in Russia and Central Asia, vol. 3: Arabic, Persian and Turkic Manuscripts (15th-19th Centuries),  edited by Anke von Kügelgen, Aširbek Muminov, Michael Kemper, Berlin : Klaus Schwarz Verlag 2000, 572 pp.

"Tekke Takeovers and Hagiography Writing, 15th to 20 th Centuries:Hajji Bektash, HajjimSultan, Demir Baba and Qaraja Ahmed", in:  Pis'mennye pamiatniki vostoka  (Oriental Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow ), no. 2 (7), 2007, 144-167.

2016

  • M. Kemper & S. Shikhaliev (2016). Islam and Political Violence in Post-Soviet Daghestan: Discursive Strategies of the Sufi Masters. Princeton papers: interdisciplinary journal of Middle Eastern studies, 17, 117-154.
  • M. Kemper & S.S. Shikhaliev (2016). Islam and Political Violence in Post-Soviet Daghestan: Discursive Strategies of the Sufi Masters. In M.A. Reynolds (Ed.), Constellations of the Caucasus: Empires, Peoples and Faiths (pp. 117-154). Princeton: Markus Wiener Publications.

2015

2014

2013

  • M. Kemper (2013). Sufizm kak sot͡siokulʹturnoe i͡avlenie. - §1: Sufiĭskie tradit͡sii v pervoĭ polovine XIX v. In R. Khakimov & I. Zagidullin (Eds.), Istorii͡a tatar s drevneĭshikh vremen. - Tom 6: Formirovanie tatarskoĭ nat͡sii XIX-nachalo XX v (pp. 372-382). Kazan': Akademii͡a Nauk Respubliki Tatarstan, Institut Istorii im. Sh. Mardzhani.
  • M. Kemper (2013). Daghestan. In K. Fleet, G. Krämer, D. Matringe, J. Nawas & E. Rowson (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Islam. - Three. - Part: 2013-1 (pp. 73-90). Leiden: Brill.
  • M. Kemper (2013). Teologicheskie i islamovedcheskie debaty. In R. Khakimov & I. Zagidullin (Eds.), Istorii͡a tatar s drevneĭshikh vremen. - Tom 6: Formirovanie tatarskoĭ nat͡sii XIX-nachalo XX v (pp. 391-400). Kazan': Akademii͡a Nauk Respubliki Tatarstan, Institut Istorii im. Sh. Mardzhani.
  • A.K. Bustanov & M. Kemper (2013). Valiulla Iakupov’s Tatar Islamic Traditionalism. Asiatische Studien, 67 (3), 809-835.

2012

  • A.R. Shikhsaidov, M. Kemper & A.K. Bustanov (2012). Nadhīr al-Durgilī. Uslada umov v biografii͡akh dagestanskikh uchenykh: dagestanskie uchenye X-XX vv. I ikh sochinenii͡a = A journey of the minds through the biographies of the Islamic scholars of Daghestan: Dagestani scholars of the 10th-20th centuries and their works: pervod s arabskogo, kommentarii, faksimilʹ noe izdanie, ukazateli i bibliografii͡a podgotovleny (Islam v Rossii i Evrazii). Moskva: Izdatel'skij dom Mardzhani.
  • M. Kemper (2012). Chechnya. In K. Fleet, G. Krämer, D. Matringe, J. Nawas & E. Rowson (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Islam. - Three. - Part: 2012-2 (pp. 73-84). Leiden: Brill.

2011

2010

2009

2007

  • M. Kemper (2007). 'The Changing Images of Jihad Leaders: Shamil and Abd al-Qadir in Daghestani and Algerian Historical Writing'. Nova Religio: Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions, 11 (2), 28-58.

2016

  • M. Kemper (2016). Introduction. In M. Kemper (Ed.), I.Y. Kratchkovsky. Among Arabic Manuscripts: Memories of Libraries and Men (Brill Classics in Islam, 8) (pp. 1-24). Leiden: Brill.

2015

  • M. Kemper (2015). Rukopisi ob"edinai︠u︡shchie Vostok i Zapad: M.A. Usmanov i zadachi vostokovedenii︠a︡. In D.M. Usmanova, D.A. Mustafina & M. Kemper (Eds.), Tiurko-musul'manskiǐ mir: identichnost', nasledie i perspektivy izuchenii︠a︡: Sbornik stateǐ (pp. 7-28). Kazan: Izdatel'stvo Kazanskogo universiteta.
  • M. Kemper (2015). Russkiǐ︡ i︠a︡zyk islama: fenomen perekli︠u︡chenii︠a︡ koda. In Sh.R. Kashaf (Ed.), Reformy obrazovanii︠a︡ musulʹman Evrazii ot Khusaina Faizkhanova do Ismaila Gasprinskogo: istoricheskiĭ opyt i sovremennai︠a︡ aktualʹnostʹ: materialy I︠U︡bileĭnoĭ X Vserossiĭskoĭ nauchno-prakticheskoĭ konferent︠s︡ii s mezhdunarodnym uchastiem "Faizkhanovskie chtenii︠a︡", Moskva, 12 dekabri︠a︡ 2014 g (pp. 41-51). Moskva: ID Medina.
  • A.M. Kalinovsky & M. Kemper (2015). Introduction: Interlocking Orientologies in the Cold War Era. In M. Kemper & A.M. Kalinovsky (Eds.), Reassessing Orientalism: Interlocking Orientologies during the Cold War (Routledge Studies in the History of Russia and Eastern Europe, 23) (pp. 1-15). London: Routledge.
  • M. Kemper (2015). Propaganda for the East, Scholarship for the West: Soviet Strategies at the 1960 International Congress of Orientalists in Moscow. In M. Kemper & A.M. Kalinovsky (Eds.), Reassessing Orientalism: Interlocking Orientologies during the Cold War (Routledge Studies in the History of Russia and Eastern Europe, 23) (pp. 170-210). London: Routledge.

2014

  • M. Kemper (2014). How to Build a Sufi Empire? The Strategies of the Daghestani Shaykh Said-Afandi. In D.V. Brilev (Ed.), Islam v mul'tikul'turnom mire. Musul'manskie dvizhenii︠a︡ i mekhanizmy vosproizvodstva ideologii islama v sovremennom informatsionnom prostranstve (pp. 222-232). Kazan': Kazanskiǐ universitet.

2013

2012

  • M. Kemper & S. Shikhaliev (2012). Administrative Islam: Two Soviet Fatwas from the North Caucasus. In A.K. Bustanov & M. Kemper (Eds.), Islamic authority and the Russian language: studies on texts from European Russia, the North Caucasus and West Siberia (Pegasus Oost-Europese studies, 19) (pp. 55-102). Amsterdam: Pegasus.
  • M. Kemper & Sh.Sh. Shikhaliev (2012). Dagestanskoe musul'manskoe reformatorstvo pervoi treti XX veka kak raznovidnost’ dzhadidizma. In G.M.-R. Orazaev (Ed.), Abusuf"ian Akaev: Epokha, zhizn’, deiatel’nost’ (Zhizn zamechatelnykh dagestantsev) (pp. 52-58). Makhachkala: Dagestanskoe knizhnoe izdatel'stvo.
  • M. Kemper (2012). The Cracks in Civilizations: The Dutch Public Discourse on Humanism and Islam. In S. Reichmuth, J. Rüsen & A. Sarhan (Eds.), Humanism and Muslim culture: historical heritage and contemporary challenges (Reflections on (In)humanity, 2) (pp. 163-177). Göttingen: V&R unipress.
  • M. Kemper (2012). Comparative Conclusion: "Islamic Russian" as a New Sociolect? In A.K. Bustanov & M. Kemper (Eds.), Islamic authority and the Russian language: studies on texts from European Russia, the North Caucasus and West Siberia (Pegasus Oost-Europese studies, 19) (pp. 403-416). Amsterdam: Pegasus.
  • M. Kemper (2012). Shii Islam for the Russian Radical Youth: Anastasiia (Fatima) Ezhova's "Khomeinism". In A.K. Bustanov & M. Kemper (Eds.), Islamic authority and the Russian language: studies on texts from European Russia, the North Caucasus and West Siberia (Pegasus Oost-Europese studies, 19) (pp. 297-343). Amsterdam: Pegasus.
  • M. Kemper (2012). Jihadism: The Discourse of the Caucasus Emirate. In A.K. Bustanov & M. Kemper (Eds.), Islamic authority and the Russian language: studies on texts from European Russia, the North Caucasus and West Siberia (Pegasus Oost-Europese studies, 19) (pp. 265-293). Amsterdam: Pegasus.
  • M. Kemper (2012). The Discourse of Said-Afandi, Daghestan's Foremost Sufi Master. In A.K. Bustanov & M. Kemper (Eds.), Islamic authority and the Russian language: studies on texts from European Russia, the North Caucasus and West Siberia (Pegasus Oost-Europese studies, 19) (pp. 167-217). Amsterdam: Pegasus.
  • M. Kemper (2012). Mufti Ravil' Gainutdin: The Translation of Islam into a Language of Patriotism and Humanism. In A.K. Bustanov & M. Kemper (Eds.), Islamic authority and the Russian language: studies on texts from European Russia, the North Caucasus and West Siberia (Pegasus Oost-Europese studies, 19) (pp. 105-141). Amsterdam: Pegasus.
  • A.K. Bustanov & M. Kemper (2012). From Mirasism to Euro-Islam: The Translation of Islamic Legal Debates into Tatar Secular Cultural Heritage. In A.K. Bustanov & M. Kemper (Eds.), Islamic authority and the Russian language: studies on texts from European Russia, the North Caucasus and West Siberia (Pegasus Oost-Europese studies, 19) (pp. 29-53). Amsterdam: Pegasus.
  • M. Kemper & A.K. Bustanov (2012). Introduction: Voices of Islam in Russian. In A.K. Bustanov & M. Kemper (Eds.), Islamic authority and the Russian language: studies on texts from European Russia, the North Caucasus and West Siberia (Pegasus Oost-Europese studies, 19) (pp. 7-26). Amsterdam: Pegasus.

2011

  • M. Kemper (2011). Introduction: integrating Soviet Oriental studies. In M. Kemper & S. Conermann (Eds.), The heritage of Soviet Oriental studies (Routledge contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe series, 25) (pp. 1-25). London: Routledge.
  • H.E. Jansen & M. Kemper (2011). Hijacking Islam: the search for a new Soviet interpretation of political Islam in 1980. In M. Kemper & S. Conermann (Eds.), The heritage of Soviet Oriental studies (Routledge contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe series, 25) (pp. 124-144). London: Routledge.
  • M. Kemper (2011). Sufi brotherhoods in the North Caucasus from a network studies perspective. In M.S. Albogačieva (Ed.), Islam v Rossii i za ee predelami: istorija, obščestvo, kul’tura: sbornik materialov mežregional’noj naučnoj konferencii, posvjaščennoi 100-letiju so dnja končiny vydajuščegosja religioznogo dejatelja šecha Batal-chadži Belcharoeva: 22-23 oktjabrja 2011 g. (pp. 140-144). Sankt-Peterburg: Magas.

2010

  • M. Kemper, N.A. Tagirova & A.R. Šichsaidov (2010). Biblioteka imama Šamilja v Prinstone. In A.K. Alikberov & V.O. Bobrovnikov (Eds.), Dagestan i musulʹmanskij Vostok: sbornik statej = Daghestan and the Muslim East: studies on history and sources of Islam in honor of Amri Shikhsaidov (Islam v Rossii i Evrazii = Islam in Russia and Eurasia) (pp. 259-272). Moskva: Izdatel'skij Dom Mardžani.
  • M. Kemper (2010). An island of Classical Arabic in the Caucasus: Daghestan. In F. Companjen, L. Marácz & L. Versteegh (Eds.), Exploring the Caucasus in the 21st century: essays on culture, history and politics in a dynamic context (Amsterdam contributions) (pp. 63-89). Amsterdam: Pallas.
  • M. Kemper (2010). Šariatskij diskurs imamata v Dagestane pervoj poloviny XIX v. In A.K. Alikberov & V.O. Bobrovnikov (Eds.), Dagestan i musulʹmanskij Vostok: sbornik statej = Daghestan and the Muslim East: studies on history and sources of Islam in honor of Amri Shikhsaidov (Islam v Rossii i Evrazii = Islam in Russia and Eurasia) (pp. 107-124). Moskva: Izdatel'skij Dom Mardžani.
  • M. Kemper, R. Motika & S. Reichmuth (2010). Introduction. In M. Kemper, R. Motika & S. Reichmuth (Eds.), Islamic education in the Soviet Union and its successor states (Central Asian studies series) (pp. 1-20). London: Routledge.

2009

  • M. Kemper (2009). Ghazi Muhammad’s treatise against Daghestani customary law. In M. Gammer (Ed.), Islam and sufism in Daghestan (Suomalaisen Tiedeakatemian toimituksia. Humaniora, 352) (pp. 85-100). Helsinki: Academia Scientiarum Fennica.

2008

  • M. Kemper (2008). Sufii i uchenye v Tatarstane i Bashkortostane, 1789-1889: Islamskii diskurs pod russkim gospodstvom. Kazan' (Russian Federation): Idel'-Press.
  • M. Kemper (2008). How to take the Muslim peripheries seriously in the writing of imperial history? [Review of the books Severnyj Kavkaz v sostave Rossijskoj Imperii & Tsentral’naia Aziia v sostave Rossiiskoi Imperii]. Ab Imperio, 2008(4), 472-482.

2007

  • M. Kemper (2007). Adat against Shari'a: Russian Approaches towards Daghestani Customary Law in the 19th Century. In B. Balci & R Motika (Eds.), Religion et politique dans le Caucase post soviétique (pp. 97-119). Paris: Maisonneuve Larose.
  • M. Kemper (2007). Abusagyt Abylhaýyrin sufizmin we filosofiyanyn ösüşine goşandy = The Place of Abusagyt Abylhayir in the Development of Sufism and Philosophy. In M.B. Gurbanow (Ed.), Abusagyt Abylhaýyir - Gündogaryn Beyik Akyldary (pp. 51/249-250). Ashgabat: Türkmenistanyn Metbugat Merkezi.
  • M. Kemper (2007). Caucasus. In M. Beller & J. Leerssen (Eds.), Imagology: the cultural construction and literary representation of national characters: a critical survey (Studia imagologica, 13) (pp. 117-121). Amsterdam: Rodopi.

2015

2011

  • M. Kemper (2011). The Russian Empire in Asia [Review of the book Russian orientalism: Asia in the Russian mind from Peter the Great to the emigration]. Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 124(1), 116-117.
  • M. Kemper (2011). [Review of the book Dagestan: Russian hegemony and Islamic resistance in the North Caucasus]. Slavic Review, 70(1), 227-228.

2010

  • M. Kemper (2010). [Review of the book Erziehung zum "wahren" Muslim: islamische Bildung in den Institutionen Aserbaidschans]. Central Eurasian Reader, 2, 336-338.
  • M. Kemper (2010). [Review of the book Religious language of a Belarusian Tatar Kitab: a cultural monument of islam in Europe: with a latin-script transliteration of the British Library Tatar Belarusian Kitab (OR 13020) on CD-ROM]. Journal of the American Oriental Society, 130(3), 492.
  • M. Kemper (2010). [Review of the book Arabisch-islamische Organisationen in Kasachstan: exogener Einfluss auf die islamische Erneuerung 1991-2007]. Central Eurasian Reader, 2, 408-410.
  • M. Kemper (2010). [Review of the book Neizvestnye stranicy otečestvennogo vostokovedenija. - Vyp. 3]. Central Eurasian Reader, 2, 23-25.
  • M. Kemper (2010). [Review of the book Pervaja russkaja revoljucija i musulʹmane Rossijskoj imperii]. Slavic Review, 69(2), 504-505.

2009

  • M. Kemper (2009). Studying Islam in the Soviet Union. . Lecture delivered on the appointment to the chair of Eastern European Studies at the University of Amsterdam on Thursday 11 December 2008 (2008, December 11). Amsterdam: Vossiuspers UvA.[go to publisher's site]
  • M. Kemper (2009). [Review of the book The ghost of freedom: a history of the Caucasus]. Ab Imperio, 2009(1).
  • M. Kemper (2009). [Review of the books Devout societies vs. impious states? Transmitting Islamic learning in Russia, Central Asia and China, through the twentieth century & Islam after communism: religion and politics in Central Asia & Popular Islamic literature in Kazakhstan: an annotated bibliography]. Die Welt des Islams, 49(2), 260-266.

2008

  • M. Kemper (2008). [Review of the book Araboiazychnye dokumenty epokhi Shamilia]. Central Eurasian Reader, 1, 24-25.
  • M. Kemper (2008). [Review of the book Ocherki istorii russkogo voennogo vostokovedeniia]. Central Eurasian Reader, 1, 26-29.
  • M. Kemper (2008). [Review of the book Empire, islam, and politics in Central Eurasia]. Orientalistische Literaturzeitung, 103(4/5), 651-654.
  • M. Kemper (2008). [Review of the book Tatarstan in der Transformation: Nationaler Diskurs und Politische Praxis, 1988-1994]. Slavic Review, 67(4), 1045-1046.
  • M. Kemper (2008). [Review of the book Ethno-nationalism, Islam and the state in the Caucasus : post-Soviet disorder]. Journal of Islamic Studies, 19(3), 423-426.
  • M. Kemper (2008). [Review of the book Russia’s Islamic threat]. Central Eurasian Reader, 1, 556-559.

2007

  • M. Kemper (2007). [Review of the book Russia's Islamic Threat]. Prospekt, 5, 24-26.
  • M. Kemper (2007). 'Putinism' and the Limits of European Integration. EuroVisie, 2 (4), 10-11.
  • M. Kemper (2007). [Review of the book For Prophet and Tsar : Islam and Empire in Russia and Central Asia]. Die Welt des Islams, 47(1), 126-129.
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