Tatar enlighteners and Gafur Gulyam’s creativity: cultural and literary cooperation
Ernazarov D.Z., Ilkhamdzhanov L.S.
The article discusses the influence of cultural and literary cooperation between Tatar, Bashkir and Uzbek enlighteners on the development of contemporary Uzbekistan and the country’s creative circles. The paper reveals the role of the outstanding Tatar poet, literary critic, publicist and translator G. Tukay in the formation of the Uzbek poet and publicist Gafur Gulyam’s worldview. The authors conducted a retrospective historical and literary analysis of the Uzbek and Tatar Soviet Socialistic Republic poets and writers.
Keywords: Tatar enlighteners, cultural development, cultural cooperation, print media, literary friendship
For citation: Ernazarov D.Z., Ilkhamdzhanov L.S. Tatarskie prosvetiteli i tvorchestvo Gafura Gulyama: kul'turnoe i literaturnoe sotrudnichestvo [Tatar enlighteners and Gafur Gulyam’s creativity: cultural and literary cooperation]. Istoricheskaya etnologiya, 2020, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 497–506. https://doi.org/10.22378/he.2020-5-3.497-506
About the authors:
Dilmurod Z. Ernazarov is Doctor Sc. (Political Science) (PhD), Associate Professor at the Department of Social Studies and Humanities, Tashkent State University of Economics (49 Islam Karimov St., Tashkent 100003, Republic of Uzbekistan); email@example.com
Lutfulla S. Ilkhamdzhanov is a Research Fellow of Gafur Gulyam’s House-Museum of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan (1 Arpapay, Chilanzarsk District, Tashkent 700003, Republic of Uzbekistan); firstname.lastname@example.org
Received April 01, 2020 Accepted for publication October 27, 2020
Published Online November 28, 2020