Turkological and Ottomanic legacy of A.Y. Krymsky and Oriental studies in Russia (1896 – 1941)
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Ramil M. Valeev, Roza Z. Valeeva, Dinar R. Khayrutdinov, Oksana D. Vasylyuk (2021). Turkological and Ottomanic legacy of A.Y. Krymsky and Oriental studies in Russia (1896 – 1941). Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Vol. 12(1). 132 – 142. [DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.017]
Research of the Turkic (including Asia Minor), social-political, cultural and ethnolinguistic space of Eurasia is a significant and long-standing tradition of practical and academic research centers of Russia and Europe, including Ukraine. The Turkic (including Ottoman) political and cultural legacy played an especially important role in the history and culture of the peoples of Russia, Ukraine and modern Turkic states. Famous states and societies of the Turkic world (Turkish Khaganates, Volga Bulgaria, the Ulus of Jochi, the Ottoman Empire and other states of the Middle Ages and the modern period), the geographical and historical-cultural areas that were traditionally occupied by Turkic peoples of the Russian and Ottoman empires and Eurasia in general became a subject of academic research done by Russian and European orientalists (experts on Turkic and Ottoman history and culture) of the 19th – early 20th centuries. A. Y. Krymsky made an enormous contribution into the research of the history and culture of Turkic peoples of Eurasia, and any further studies of his rich academic legacy in Turkology and Ottoman studies during the main periods of his work in Moscow and Kiev remain of great relevance.