Central Asian Survey

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Central Asian Survey  
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Discipline Central Asian studies
Language English
Edited by Deniz Kandiyoti
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency Quarterly
Standard abbreviations
Cent. Asian Surv.
ISSN 0263-4937
LCCN 86641151
OCLC no. 645290357

Central Asian Survey is an academic journal first published in 1982 concerning Caucasus and Central Asian studies. It is published by Taylor & Francis, and has four issues a year.

According to the editorial staff, "The central aim of the journal is to reflect and promote advances in area-based scholarship in the social sciences and humanities and enhance understanding of processes of local and regional change that make Central Asia and the Caucasus an area of significant contemporary interest."[1]

The editor is Deniz Kandiyoti. Other scholars serving on the editorial board include Touraj Atabaki, Sally Cummings, Bhavna Dave, and Olivier Roy, among others. The journal's international advisory board also includes Roy Allison, Adeeb Khalid, Yacov Ro'i, Nazif Shahrani, Ronald Suny, and author Ahmed Rashid.[2]

Several members of the editorial and international advisory boards are also members of the Central Eurasian Studies Society.[3]