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1990

Ahmedov S. H. On Social and Moral Principles of Dagestanian Prose. Makhachkala
(in Russian)

Gamzatov G. G. Dagestan. Historical and Cultural Process: history, theory, and methodology. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Dragadze, Tamara. Some changes in perspectives on ethnicity theory in the 1980s. In Regards sur l’Anthropoogie sovietique , Cahiers du Monde russe et sovietique, vol. XXXI (2-3). Editions de l’Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. Paris.

Dragadze, Tamara. The notion of adulthood in rural Georgian society in Anthropology and the riddle of the sphinx; paradoxes of change in the life course. Ed. by P.Spencer, Routledge.

Eshba E. Aslanbek Sheripov. Sukhumi.
(in Russian)

Ibragimov G. H. Tsakhur language. Moscow.
Selected Works. [Pre-revolutionary poetry of Lak poets]. Prepared by A. G. Guseynov. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Jildaev N. S. Turkic Elements in Dagestanian languages. The Essay of Historical and Etymological Analysis. Moscow.
(in Russian)

Kibrik A. E., Kodzasov S. V. Comparative study of Dagestanian languages. Noun. Phonetics. Moscow.
(in Russian)

Mikeladze T. K. To the archeology of Kolchida. Metsniereba. Tbilisi .

Meretukov K. Kh. The Dictionary of Adyge toponymy.
(in Russian)

Tuit, Kevin . Das Präfix x- im Frühgeorgischen. Georgica №13/14
(en PDF, version anglaise/English version).

Expression of Tense relations in the languages of Dagestan. (Collected papers. Prepared by B. M. Ataev, Ed. Z. G. Abdullaev), Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Expression of Spatial relations in the languages of Dagestan. (Collected papers. Prepared by B. M. Ataev, Ed. Z. G. Abdullaev), Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

The Heritage of Etim Emin. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

The Antic Sources about the North Caucasus . Nalchik.
(in Russian)

The Anthology of pre-revolutionary Lak poets. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

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1991

Ajiev A. M. At the golden springs. Towards the Ethnocultural relations in the Kumik folklore. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Dragadze, Tamara. The Azerbaijanis. In The nationalities question in the Soviet Union ed.G.Smith, Longmans.

Gadlo A. V. Byzantine evidences (testimonies) about Zikh eparchy as the source of the history of North-Eastern Black Sea Region. The History of Byzantium and Byzantine studies. Leningrad.
(in Russian)

Gajiakhmedov N. E. A Russian - Kumik Dictionary. (about 11 000 words). Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Khaibullaev S. M. The pages of Avar literature. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Mikailov K. Sh. A Russian – Avar Terminological Dictionary. Linguistics. Study of Literature. Makhachkala.

Uralov, Alexander (A. Avtorkhanov). The Murder of Chechen and Ingush Nation: The Murder of Nations in the USSR. Moscow.
(in Russian)

The Culture and Life of Adyghe people . Maykop.
(in Russian)

The History of Abkhazia . Sukhumi
(in Russian)

The Indigenous Languages of the Caucasus. Ed. by Harris A. C. Vol. I. The Kartvelian Languages. Delmar - New York.

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1992

Ajiev A. M., Kadirajiev K. S. Russian-Kumik Phrase-book. Makhachkala. Dialectological Study of Dagestanian Languages. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Dragadze, Tamara. Transcaucasia in transitionю In Central European, No 14, Euromoney Publications.

Isakov I. A., Khaibulaev M.-R. A Russian - Avar Dictionary (about 10 000 words). Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Imedadze, Natela & Tuite. Kevin. The acquisition of Georgian. In The crosslinguistic study of language acquisition vol. 3. Réd. D. Slobin. Lawrence Erlbaum.

Kadirajiev K. S. Mystery of Kumik and Turkic History from Aegean Sea to Caspian Sea: Educational and Popular Edition.
(in Russian)

Miller Vsevolod. Ossetic sketches. (Reprint from the “Proceedings of the Moscow Imperial University. Vol. 1 – 1881, Vol. 2 – 1882, Vol. 3 – 1887). Vladikavkaz.
(in Russian)

Tkaytsukhov M. S . The Studies related to the History of Abazin people in XVIII - XIX cc. Sukhumi.
(in Russian)

Talibov B. B. A Russian - Lezghin Dictionary (about 12 000 words). Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Kevin, Tuite. The category of number in Common Kartvelian. The Non-Slavic Languages of the USSR: Linguistic Studies, 2nd Series. Réd. H. Aronson. Chicago Linguistic Society.
(in Russian)

Dialectological Study of Degestanian Languages. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

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1993

Dragadze, Tamara. The Caucasus, a test of faith. In European brief. Vol.1, no 3. Pre-modern and modern national identity in Russia and Eastern Europe. Guest editor T. Dragadze, with W. Bracewell and A. Smith Vol. 10, nos. 1-3. Ethnic groups; an international periodical of ethnic studies. Gordon Breach publishers.

Dragadze, Tamara. The domestication of religion under Soviet communism. In Socialism : ideals, ideologies and local practice. Ed. C.M. Hann, ASA Monographs 31, Routledge.

Dragadze, Tamara. Soviet economics and nationalism in the Gorbachev years; regionalism, ethnicised regionalism and constitutional regionalism. In In a collapsing empire; underdevelopment, ethnic conflicts and nationalisms in the Soviet Union. Ed. M. Buttino, Fondazione G.Feltrinelli, Milano.

Ionova S. Kh. The Abazin toponymy. Cherkessk.
(in Russian)

Khalidova M. R. Mythological and Historical Epic Literature of Dagestanian people. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Musaev K. M. Languages and Literature of Eurasian people. Moscow.
(in Russian)

Musakhanova G. B. Tat literature (Proceedings of the History. 1917 – 1990). Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Sheykhov E. M. The Comparative Typology of Lezghin and Russian languages. Morphology. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Suleymanov N. D. The Comparative Study of Dialects of Agul language. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

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1994

Abaev V. I. The historical and etimological dictionary of Ossetic language. Index. Moscow . 447 pp.
(in Russian)

Gamkrelidze, Tamaz. Alphabetic writing and the old Georgian script. A Typology and Provenience of Alphabetic Systems. New York , Caravan books.

Kazbekova Z. G. Dagestan in the European literature. Verges of self-acknowledge. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Kassiev E. Yu. Peculiarities of Translation of Dagestanian Poetry. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Klimov G. A. The Oldest Indo-European Elements in Kartvelian Languages.
(in Russian)

Klimov G.A. Einführung in die kaukasische Sprachwissenshaft. Hamburg.

Nikolaev S.L., S.A. Starostin S.A. North Caucasian Etymological Dictionary, Moscow.
(in Russian)

Nogmov M. B. The History of Adyge nation. Nalchik.
(in Russian)

Potto V. A. The Caucasian War. Vol. 1-2. Stavropol.
(in Russian)

Shabaev D. B. Truth about Resettlement of Balkar People. Nalchik.
(in Russian)

Vasiliyeva O., Muzaev T. North Caucasus in search of the Regional Ideology. Moscow.
(in Russian)

Yusufov M. G. Tabasaran National Literature. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

A Russian - Lak Dictionary (about 20 000 words). Makhachkala.

The Stone Chronicle of the Land of Vaynakhs. The Photoalbum. By M. A. Aziev, D. Yu. Chakhkiev. Text by Markovin. Moscow.
(in Russian)

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1995

Dragadze, Tamara. The political parties of Georgia, in Political parties in Eastern Europe, Russia and the Successor States. Ed. B. Czaikowski, Longmans.

Dragadze, Tamara. Conflict in the Transcaucasus and the value of Inventory Control. In Jane s Intelligence Review February.

Dragadze, Tamara. Azerbaijan special issue. Petroleum Argus.

Dragadze, Tamara. Women and Islam; the case of Azerbaijan, in Muslim women s choices: religious belief and social reality. Eds. C. Fawzi El-Sohl and J. Mabro, Berg, Oxford.

Dragadze, Tamara. Gender, Ethnicity and Alcohol in the former Soviet Union. In Gender, drink and drugs ed. M. McDonald, Berg, Oxford.

Dragadze, Tamara. Women and bilingualism in Soviet Georgia, with N.Chinchaladze. In Bilingual women. Ed.P. Burton et al. Berg, Oxford.

Dragadze, Tamara. Parliamentary Human Rights Group Report on Chechnya (London).

Dragadze, Tamara. Chechnya; how to show concern, in Crosslines, Geneva.

Dragadze, Tamara. Azerbaijan and Azerbaijanis, in The nationalities question in the Post Soviet States ed. G. Smith, Longmans, NY and London.

Gamkrelidze, Tamaz. The Root Structure and Apophony in Kartvelian (South Caucasian) and Indo European: "Kurylowicz Memorial Volume", p. I, Cracow 1995: Universitas, 1995: pp. 81 - 90.

Isaev M.-Sh. A. Structure and Semantic of Phraseology of Dargin language. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Kerasheva Z. I. Selected Works and Articles. I. Maykop.
(in Russian)

Khalilov M. Sh. A Bezhta - Russian Dictionary, (7 000 words). Makhachkala.

Kurbanov M. M. Epic Genres of Tabasaran folklore. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Solovyova L. T. Georgia. The Ethnography of Childhood. Moscow.
(in Russian)

Tuite, Kevin. Syntactic subject in Georgian. Studies in the Linguistics of Caucasia in Memory of Akaki Shanidze. Columbus, Ohio: Slavica.

Tuite Kevin. Aorist and pseudo-aorist for Svan atelic verbs. NSL 7: Linguistic studies in the non-Slavic languages of the Commonwealth of Independent States and the Baltic Republics. Réd. H. Aronson. Chicago Linguistic Society.
(see on the website www.mapageweb.umontreal.ca; en PDF)

Tuite, Kevin. The declension of ethnonyms in English." Proceedings of the 21st annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS 21).
(see on site www.mapageweb.umontreal.ca; en PDF)

Anthology of Georgian folk poetry. Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

Collection of Linguistic papers of Dagestanian Languages.
(see on site www.auditorium.ru) (in Russian)

The Svans. The encyclopedia of world cultures. Volume VI: Russia and Eurasia/China. Réds. du volume Paul Friedrich & Norma Diamond; Réd. en chef. David Levinson. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co.

The Aghuls. The encyclopedia of world cultures. Volume VI: Russia and Eurasia/China. Réds. du volume Paul Friedrich & Norma Diamond; Réd. en chef. David Levinson. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co.

Cherchi, Marcello, Stephanie Platz et Tuite Kevin. The Yezidis. The encyclopedia of world cultures, Volume VI: Russia and Eurasia/China. Réds. du volume Paul Friedrich & Norma Diamond; Réd. en chef. David Levinson. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co.

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1996

Abakarova F. S. Kubachi Folklore: Ethnic and Local features. Mkhachkala.
(in Russian)

Avshalumova N. H. In the Mirror of Tat Fairy-tails. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Akiev B. A., Mukhuoeva E. D., Sagoev R. S. The Tragedy of 1992 in the District of Prigorodniy. Nazran.
(in Russian)

Akhmedov S. Kh. Belees-lettres of Dagestanian People. The History and the Present. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Ataev B. M. The Avars: history, language, literature. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Ataev B. M. The Morphology of Avar-Andi-Tsez languages: Structural and Material Commonness. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Ataev B. M. A self-tuition manual of Avar language. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Dragadze, Tamara. Investment risks in Azerbaijan with L. Abrahams. In Investment in the Caspian Sea States. Ed. M.McCauley.

Gamzatov G. G. National Artistic Culture in the Kaleidoscope of Memory. Moscow.
(in Russian)

Kabuzan V. M. The Population of North Caucasus in XIX – XX cc. The Ethnic and Statistic Research. Saint-Petersburg.
(in Russian)

Kazenkova V. I. The cultural and historical processes in the North Caucasus in era of late bronze and early iron (central problems of genesis the koban culture).
(in Russian)

Tsulaya G. V. From the history of Georgian zoonims. Ethnographic observer # 4. Moscow.
(in Russian)

Tuite, Kevin. Highland Georgian paganism — archaism or innovation? (review article). Annual of the Society for the Study of Caucasia, №7.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 http://www.mapageweb.umontreal.ca/tuitekj/publications/Tuite-1996-revKiknadze.pdf
(en PDF)

Tuite, Kevin The Caucasus. In Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropology. Réds. en chef. David Levinson et Melvin Ember. Lakeville, CN: American Reference Publishing Co., (version préliminaire, en PDF)

Tuite, Kevin. Paradigm recruitment in Georgian. NSL 8: Linguistic Studies. In The Non-Slavic Languages of the Commonwealth of Independent States and the Baltic Republics. Èd. H. Aronson. Chicago Linguistics Society.
(en PDF)

Collection of Linguistic Papers of Dagestanian languages. Vol. 2. Ed. by M. E. Alekseev. Moscow.
(see on www.auditorium.ru) (in Russian)

Collection of Linguistic Papers of Dagestanian languages. Vol. 3 . Ed. by M. E. Alekseev. Moscow
(see on www.auditorium.ru) (in Russian)

Dagestanian Onomastics. Materials of investigations. 2nd edition. Editor-in-Chief I. Kh. Abdullaev. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Chechen Folklore. Tbilisi.

Works and Proceedings of History and Culture of Ingush People. Saratov.
(in Russian)

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1997

Alekseev M. E., Sheikhov E. M. Lezghin language. Moscow.
(in Russian)

Alekseev M. E., Ataev B. M. Avar Language. RAS. The Departmenet of Literature and Linguistics of Moscow state University. The Center of Linguistics and Culture of the Northern Eurasia. Editor of chief M. M. Magomedkhanov. - Academia, 143 pp .
(see on sise www.auditorium.ru) (in Russian)

Ataev B. M. The History of Study of Avar language. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Dragadze, Tamara. The women s peace train in Georgia. In Post Soviet Women ed. M.Buckley, Cambridge University Press.

Gajieva Z. Z. Avar Elegiacs. Part 1. Makhachkala.

Guseynov M. A. In the tracks of Bestuzhev and Ammalat. Investigations and Articles. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Omarova Saltanat. Materials for the Dictionary of Linguistic Terminology of Dagestanian Languages. Moscow.
(in Russian)

Tuite, Kevin. Svan and its speakers. Languages of the World/ Materials, vol. 139. München: LINCOM Europa;
(version abrégée en PDF: "The Svan language and its speakers")

Tuite, Kevin. Pelops, the Hazel-witch and the pre-eaten ibex: on an ancient Circumpontic symbolic cluster. Antiquitates Proponticæ, Circumponticæ et Caucasicæ II.
(en PDF)

Usmanov L. Intractable Chechnya. Moscow.
(in Russian)

Yusupova Ch. S. Ali-Gaji from Inho: Life and Work. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

A Russian - Kumik Dictionary (about 40 000 word). Editor-in-Chief B. G. Bammatov. Makhachkala.

An Orthographic (spelling) Dictionary of Lak Language. (about 45 000 words). Prepared by I. Kh. Abdullaev. Makhachkala.

The Legends of Dagestanian People about Caucasian War (Oral stories, sagas, legends). Makhachkala.

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1998

Abakarova F. Z.. Interrelations of the Dagestanian and Vainakh Folklore.Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Alekseev M. E., Ataev B. M. Avar language.
(in Russian)

Dragadze, Tamara. Ethnic conflict as political smokescreen; the case of the Caucasus. COPRI, Copenhagen.

M. M. Gajiev (A Linguistic Heritage). Prepared and edited by M. Sh. Gyulmagomedov. Makhachkala. (The first publication of “Kubin dialect of Lezghin language” is included)
(in Russian)

Guseynov M. A. Pictures of Evolution of Kumik Prose.
(in Russian)

Hammer M. Shamil and Muslim Resistance to Tsarizm. Conquest of Chechnya and Dagestan. Moscow.

Khajiev D. Chechens in the Russian-Caucasian War. Grozniy – Saint-Petersburg.
(in Russian)

Khutiz K. K. The Hunting in the culture of Adyge people.
(in Russian)

Khaybullaev S. M. The Sacred Literature of Avars. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Klimov G.A. An Etymological Dictionary of Kartvelian languages. Berlin – New York.

Kumakhov M. A. Kumakhova Z. Y. The Nart epos: language and culture. Moscow .

Magomedov A. “The City of Goldsmiths” (From the History of Art and Social Traditions). Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Sjögren A.J. Ossetic Investigations. Ed.: Magometov T. T. Translated and composed: Kambolov T. T. Vladikavkaz.
(in Russian)

Tsadasa G. The Poems. Translated from Avar into Russian by G. G. Gamzatov.

Tuite, Kevin. Representations of social space in South Caucasian and Indo-European ideology. Cosmos vol. 14, № 1.
(en PDF)

Tuite, Kevin. Kartvelian Morphosyntax. Number agreement and morphosyntactic orientation in the South Caucasian languages. Studies in Caucasian Linguistics, 12. München: LINCOM Europa

Testelec, Yakov G. Word Order in Kartvelian languages. In: Siewierska Anna (ed.), Constituent order in the languages of Europe . Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin - New York . pp. 255-280.

Autur. Note de terrain sur le verbe svane. Langue et langues. Mélanges Albert Maniet. Èd. Yves Duhoux. Bibliothèque des Cahiers de l'Institut de Linguistique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgique.
(in Russian)

Bybliography on Degestanian Linguistics. Prepared by I. H. Abdullaev, A. G Gulmagomedov, M. Sh. Khalilov, F. A. Muratchaeva. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Collection of Linguistic Papers of Dagestanian languages. RAS, Institute of Linguistics. Ed. in chief M. E. Alekseev, Vol. 5 .68 pp. Moscow
(see on site www.auditorium.ru)
(in Russian)

Evidence for prehistoric links between the Caucasus and Central Asia: the case of the Burushos. The Bronze Age and Iron Age Peoples of Eastern Central Asia. Èd. Victor Mair. Institute for the Study of Man, Washington DC.

The Central Asia and the Caucasus. № 1 (2), № 4 (5)

The Chechen Folklore. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

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1999

Abakarova F. S., Alieva F. A. Proceedings of Oral poetry of Dargin People. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Gajieva Z. Z. The Avar Elegiacs. Part 2. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Jioeva A. R., Tedtoeva Z. Kh. Russian-Ossetic-English dictionary. Vladikavkaz.

Magomedov A. J. Traditional Handicrafts of Dagestan (XIX – XX cc). Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Magomedova P. T. A Chamalin - Russian Dictionary (about 8000 words). Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Khalilov M. Sh. A Tsez - Russian Dictionary (about 7 500 words). Moscow.
(in Russian)

Khaybullaev S. M. An Imaginative Structure of Avar Poetry. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Khutiz K. K. The Hunting in the culture of Adyge people
(in Russian)

Tornau F. The Secret mission in Cherkessya. Nalchik.
(in Russian)

Tuite, Kevin, Buxrashvili Paata. Binarität und Komplementarität in Nordostgeorgien. Die Vorstellung von Jungen und Mädchen am Iaqsari-Heiligtum. Georgica 22.
(version originale francaise en html; en PDF)

Dalgat from Gergebil. The Mavlids. Preaching and Teachings. Prepared by S. M. Khaybulatov. Makhachkala

Dargin Folklore: Series of Caucasian People Folklore. In Georgian and Russian. Tbilisi.

Languages of the World. The Caucasian Languages. RAS Institute of linguistics. Academia. 460 pp.
(see on site www.auditorium.ru)
(in Russian)

The Dagestanian Literature. Nature of Development (1965 – 1985). Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Collection of Linguistic Papers of Dagestanian languages. Moscow State Univerisy of Linguistics, The Center of languages and cultures of Northern Eurasia
(see on site www.auditorium.ru)
(in Russian)

Collection of Linguistic Papers of Dagestanian languages. Moscow State Univerisy of Linguistics, The Center of languages and cultures of Northern Eurasia N. S. Trubetskoy; Ed in chief M. E. Alekseev. Vol. 7. Academia. Moscow . 79 pp.
http://www.auditorium.ru/p/index.php?a=presdir&c=getForm&r=resDesc&id_res=1182 (see on site www.auditorium.ru)
(in Russian)

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2000

Abaev V. I. (Author), Isaev M. I. (Editor) . Russian - Ossetic Dictionary (reprint, first edition in 1970).

Ataev B. M. Proceedings of the History of Avar Literary Language. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Bizheva Z. Kh. The Adyghe Linguistic picture of World. Nalchik.
(in Russian)

Gamzatov G. G. A Dagestanian Phenomenon of Renascence. XVIII – XIX cc. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Efendiev I. I. Iranian Elements of Lezgin language. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Kokov J. N. Selected works. I. Nalchik.
(in Russian)

Pokrovskiy N. I. Caucasian Wars and Shamil’s Imamat. Moscow.
(in Russian)

Suleymanov N. D. Word Derivation and Word Structure in East-Lezghin Languages (Comparative Aspects). Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

Yarmenko V. Ya., Pochtaryev A. N., Usikov A. B. Russia (USSR) in the Local Wars and Conflicts in the II part of XX century. Moscow.
(in Russian)

Yusupova Ch. C. Avar Romanticism: end of XIX and beginning of XX cc. Makhachkala.
(in Russian)

A Mysterious World of the Caucasian people. Nalchik