1954 Orientalism and History
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Denis Sinor was one of the world's leading scholars for the history of Central Asia. Under his directorship, the Central Asian Studies at Indiana University became one of the world's foremost centers for Central Asian history, languages and linguistics. Sinor wrote eight books and edited an additional thirteen. He authored more than 160 articles in several languages such as English, German, French, Hungarian, Russian and many other, more than 150 book reviews, and also contributed to Encyclopædia Britannica. Sinor also served as editor of the 'Journal of Asian History' starting with the publication's inception in 1967. A hardback with black lettering on the front board and spine. First edition.
In a hardback binding. Externally very smart. Very slight little wear to extremities, including some marking and bumping. Internally firmly bound. Pages clean and bright.
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