In Out of Steppe, Daniel Metcalfe travels through “five ‘stans” as well as Pakistan and Afghanistan, to bring to life the human tapestry of the lost peoples of central Asia. The area of Central Asia has been uniquely shaped by the movements of immigrants, deportees and conquerors but whilst the region is undoubtedly troubled, Metcalfe reveals that there really is reason to glorify the diversity of the region and to lament the economic and cultural changes that threaten to eradicate some of its peoples.
Destinations visited: Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
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