The Land of the Anka Bird: A Journey Through the Turkic Heartlands [Paperback]

Caroline Eden(Author); Ergun Çağatay(Photographer)

ISBN: 9780995756625 | Published by: Cornucopia Books/Caique Publishing | Year of Publication: 2020 | 1 | 152p, H9.45 x W9.45, 114 illustrations, 1 map
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The Land of the Anka Bird


The Land of the Anka Bird: A Journey Through the Turkic Heartland is a reflective visual essay introducing the powerful photographs of Ergun Çağatay. The book explores the cultural landscape and geography of the vast Turkic-speaking lands, from the mercantile cities of Uzbekistan to little-explored pockets of the Baltic. It is clear that while divided by distance, the diverse Turkic share far more than a linguistic heritage. Deep cultural connections highlight great mobility across many landscapes and centuries. Spanning both the nomadic and settled worlds, this book challenges assumptions about an intriguing swathe of our planet while celebrating its wildly varied traditions and environment.

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Ergun Çağatay and the Turkic-speaking world: an introduction by Caroline Eden

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