Muminov, Ashirbek. “Fundamentalist Challenges to Local Islamic Traditions in Soviet and Post-Soviet Central Asia.” In Empire, Islam, and Politics in Central Eurasia, edited by Uyama Tomohiko, 249-62. Sapporo: Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, 2007.
Sections: The Historical Role of Ulama, Islam under the Soviet Regime, Shami-Damulla,
Ahl al-Hadith, Dissension among Central Asian Theologians
Muminov, Ashirbek. “Traditional and Modern Religious-Theological Schools in Central Asia.” Political Islam and Conflicts in Eurasia (1999), http://www.ca-c.org/dataeng/09.muminov.shtml.
Sections: The Hanafite School of Religious Law (Madhhab Hanafiyyah), Characteristics of the Hanafites in Central Asia, ‘Popular Islam’, Hanafites in the contemporary period, Religious–Political Groups, Sufi Groups, Prospects for the Future
Muminov, Ashirbek. “Muslim Law in Central Asia.” In Central Asian Law: An Historical Overview: A Festschrift for the Ninetieth Birthday of Herbert Franke, edited by Wallace Johnson and Irina F. Popova, 55-63. Lawrence, KS: Society for Asian Legal History, the Hall Center for the Humanities, the University of Kansas, 2004.
Sections: Text and Translations of Early Fatwas
Muminov, Ashirbek, Uygun Gafurov, and Rinat Shigabdinov. “Islamic Education in Soviet and Post-Soviet Uzbekistan.” In Islamic Education in the Soviet Union and Its Successor States, edited by Michael Kemper, Raoul Motika and Stefan Reichmuth. New York: Routledge, 2010.
Sections: Introduction, The traditional Islamic educational system of Uzbekistan: reform plans and failures (1917-1928), The destruction of Islamic education (1927-1928), Islamic scholars in the period of repression, 1928-1943