This article devoted to various aspects of interaction between power and people and representation of power itself in Central Asia. Authors considered some episodes of historical reality like the discourses on Bekovich Cherkassky military expedition to presentation on Soviet fine arts by English-speaking authors. Consideration of “former cadres” of imperial hierarchy in terms of their new destiny and consequences of February 1917 presents a specific understanding the power and challenges. The paper also include consideration of officialdom representation in Andijan uesd and problems of traditional Muslim education as that was perceived by Russian officials. The article based on archival documents and literature, including memoirs.
Bekovich-Cherkassky, Map, Khanate of Khiva, Andijan County, Officials, Lt-colonel Smirnov, Maktab, Education, N.P. Ostroumov, "Former People", The February Revolution of 1917, A.N. Kuropatkin, Foreign Researcher, Fine Arts, M. Kurzin.
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