Central Asia Fellows Papers

Nuances of Religious Laws and Enforcement in Tajikistan

By Marintha Miles

CAP Papers 187 (CERIA), May 2017

Marintha Miles is currently a PhD student in Cultural Studies at George Mason University. Her research explores the political intersections between migration, transnationalism, economics, gender, and religion in Tajikistan. She has periodically lived in Tajikistan, and has worked and researched in the country since 2011. She previously received a MA in Anthropology from The George Washington University, and a BA in International Studies from California State University.


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