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This page is divided into the following sections: Library Catalogs, Bibliographies of Bibliographies, General Resources, Monographic Resources, Academy Publications, and Other Formats. A guide to resources for Uzbek periodicals, including national bibliographic publications and catalogs, is available here.







Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka. Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh. Katalog literatury na uzbekskom yazyke [microform]. New York : N. Ross, 1998. UIUC Call Number: Slavic Reference M'FICHE 016.9587 R736k


In addition to its massive retrospective card catalog of its pre-1999 Russian-language holdings, the Russian National Library in St. Petersburg maintained separate card catalogs of its holdings of works printed in the languages of the former Soviet Union, including Uzbek. In 1998 these catalogs were converted to microfiche and made available to Western libraries. The 121 fiche in this set contain approximately 66,000 cards for Uzbek-language Cyrillic- and Latin-script monographic works held at the Russian National Library (works in Latin script are alphabetized under the corresponding Cyrillic-script letter), as well as approximately 3,000 cards for Uzbek-language monographs printed in the Arabic script. All items in the catalog were, perforce, published before 1999. While the National Library of Uzbekistan has added some of its older holdings to its online catalog (see below), and parts of the Uzbek national bibliography are held in the U.S., this microfiche set is very likely the most comprehensive resource currently available to American scholars to review Uzbek-language publishing from its beginnings to 1998. Within each of the two script-based categories described above (Cyrillic/Latin and Arabic), cards are alphabetized according to author (including corporate authors), or by title if no author is indicated.



Alisher Navoiy Nomidagi O’zbekiston Milliy Kutubxonasi / National Library of Uzbekistan named after Alisher Navoi


The National Library of Uzbekistan, named after Alisher Navoi, is a national repository of home and foreign publications, methodic, research and is a coordinating center in sphere of library science, bibliography and the Republic’s librarianship history. The library is one of the most important and oldest repositories in the Central Asia region. It was founded in 1870 as the Tashkent Public Library.

screenshot The NL collection holds over ten million publications. This unique collection of the national written culture (more than 250 thousand volumes) includes rare and antique editions, manuscripts, lithographs, first national periodicals, books and other documents.

There are also works on the history of Turkestan:
* “Turkestanskii sbornik” in 594 volumes generated from the articles and anthologies;
* “Turkestanskii albom” A.L. Kun (1871) consisting of four parts in ten volumes (historical, archaeological, ethnographic, trade) and having 1200 photos;
* The first translation in Russian of classical works of the Uzbek literature “Shedžere-i-tjurk” (“Genealogical history of the Tatars”) by Abdul-Gaza, khan of Khiva (SPb., 1768); and
* The first edition of Philipp Efremov's “Ten-year traveling and adventures in Bukharia, Khiva, Persia and India and returning from there through England and Russia, written by himself” (SPb., 1785).

The first newspapers printed in Turkestan are gathered in the library. They are as follows:
“Turkestan vilojatining” (1870-1917);
“Tidžor” (1907);
“Turan” (1919);
“Sadoi Turkestan” (1914);
“Ishtrakiun” (1917);
“Turkestanskie vedomosti” (1870-1917); and
“Samarkand” (1904-1907).

In 1998, the library implemented library automation. In 1999, it began to create an electronic catalog of new home and foreign publications using automated information of Russia’s GPNTB Program IRBIS. The electronic catalog database of the National Library contains more than 50,000 records accessible to readers. The project “Virtual Library Consortium of Uzbekistan Libraries for Making up the Union Electronic Catalogue” is now being realized. Its database has over 150,000 records.

The initiatives on the working out of the law project of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On the Librarianship” are the NL’s important achievements. This project will create a legal basis for library strategies, a normative basis for practical activity of the libraries, and the Conception and Program of the Development of the Librarianship in the Republic till 2010. The NL is the cooperative and coordinative center of the libraries’ activity, and the Interdepartmental Library Council is the consultative body.




Alisher Navoii nomidagi Uzbekiston millii kutubkhonasiga ... iilda kelib tushgan adabiëtlar katalogi : Uzbek tilidagi iangi kitoblar, dissertatsiia va avtoreferatlarning bibliografik kursatkichi. Toshkent : Alisher Navoii nomidagi Uzbekiston millii kutubkhonasi nashriëti, 2008-


A new publication of the National Library of Uzbekistan, this catalog lists new books, dissertations, and avtoreferaty of dissertations acquired by the library during the previous year. Some idea of the content may perhaps be gained by looking at the monthly lists of "recent acquisitions" ("poslednye postupleniia") provided on the main page of the National Library's online catalog (i.e., the list for December 2007).



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Viktorova, A. A. Ukazatel' bibliograficheskikh posobii ob Uzbekistane (1936-1965 gg.). Tashkent : AN UzSSR Fundam. b-ka, 1977.

A successor to the excellent “Bibliografiia bibliografii Srednei Azii” of A. G. Bisnek and K. I. Shafranovskii (Bibliografiia Vostoka, vyp. 8-9 (1935), pp. 152-194 -- UIUC call number Russian Reference 016.95 Ak1b, v. 7-10), this bibliography of bibliographies is organized by subject and focuses on Uzbekistan in particular. Entries for nearly 1,500 bibliographic sources devoted in whole or in part to Uzbek-related topics are included, although it should be stressed that the term "bibliograficheskoe posobie" is broadly defined (i.e., many of the entries are for the brief lists of sources appearing at the end of various journal articles). Only Russian-language bibliographies are included, and all entries are annotated in some fashion. Sources relating to prominent personages in Uzbekistan (i.e., bibliographies of a scholar's works) are included in the "Personalia" section. Name, title, and geographic indexes are provided.




Ŭzbekiston SSR bibliografik kullanmalari : davlat bibliografik kursatkichi = Bibliograficheskie posobiia Uzbekskoi SSR : gosudarstvennyi bibliograficheskii ukazatel'. Toshkent : ŬzSSR Davlat kitob palatasi, 1987(?)-

Presumably a similar publication to Kazakhstan's Qazaq SSR bibliografiialyq qūraldar kȯrsetkīshī /Ukazatel’ bibliograficheskikh posobii Kazakhskoi SSR (which was also published in the late 1980s), Ŭzbekiston SSR bibliografik kullanmalari/Bibliograficheskie posobiia Uzbekskoi SSR was not available for review. Issues averaging about 150 pages in length are known to have been published for 1986, 1987, 1988 and 1989. Full annotation forthcoming.




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M. P. Izosimova, L. G. Markelova, A. A. Abbasov. Katalog dorevoliutsionnoi literatury.

sample This retrospective bibliography includes books and articles of the pre-revolutionary era. Each of the 4 volumes is dedicated to a specific discipline, and articles are classified according to subject. There is also an author index.

v. 1. Obshchestvennye nauki / Social Sciences 1728-1917, published in 1965, 89 pages
v. 2. Istoricheskie nauki / Historical Sciences 1740-1917, published in 1974, 260 pages
v. 3. Filologicheskie nauki / Philological Studies 1644-1917, published in 1975, 180 pages
v. 4. Khudozhestvennaia literatura. Iskusstvo. / Belles-lettres and the Arts 1747-1917, published in 1978, 176 pages



Mezhov, V. I., Betger, E. K. et al. Turkestanskii sbornik sochinenii i statei, otnoshiashchikhsia do Srednei Azii voobshche i Turkestanskogo kraia v osobennosti : sistematicheskii i azbuchnyi ukazateli sochinenii i statei, na russkom i inostrannykh iazykakh, voshedshikh v sostav ... tomov Turkestanskogo sbornika. 4 volumes. Sanktpeterburg, 1870-1888; Tashkent, 1969.


At the invitation of K. P. von Kaufman, the first Russian Governor-General of Turkestan (modern Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan), the great Russian bibliographer V. I. Mezhov embarked on a characteristically-ambitious project to collect all possible published information about the new Russian possession in Central Asia and neighboring areas (i.e., Uighurstan/Xinjiang and Mongolia). This collection of books and articles extracted from journals and newspapers eventually (since the compilation of the Sbornik continued after Mezhov's death all the way to 1917) amounted to over 22,000 pages of material in Russian, English, French, German and other languages, which were (and are) housed in the form of 594 bound volumes in the Rare Books Department of the National Library of Uzbekistan. A digitized version of the entire Sbornik has been prepared, but as of November 2010 can only be accessed at the Library. Scholars must therefore rely on the excellent indexes to the contents of Turkestanskii sbornik prepared by Mezhov and his staff for volumes 1-150, 151-300, and 301-416, and by the great Soviet-era bibliographer of Uzbekistan Evgenii Karlovich Betger for volumes 417-594.

The contents of the Sbornik are indexed both by subject and by personal name (of authors, translators, etc.). The indexes in themselves amount to many hundreds of pages. There is no comparable resource for European-language writings on the history, geography, economics and political situation of imperial Russian Central Asia. While, of course, there is a massive amount of information about the rest of Central Asia outside Uzbekistan (cf. E. I. Ivanchikova's Kazakhstan na stranitsakh “Turkestanskogo sbornika”, Almaty, 2002 -- UIUC call number Main Stacks 016.95845 K1892) in the Sbornik, since so much of it consists of writings about Bukhara, Khiva, Kokand, Tashkent, and other parts of modern-day Uzbekistan, it has been included here as a good approximation of a national bibliographic resource for the pre-1917 era.

Even if it is not practical for scholars to visit Tashkent to access the text of the items referred to in the indexes, they are still an invaluable resource for determining the extent of pre-revolutionary European-language publication on various topics, and for identifying books and articles that it may be possible to obtain by other means. More information about Turkestanskii sbornik and its indexing is available (in Russian) here.




Bibliograficheskii ukazatel' izdanii ... no. 1. Tashkent : Uzgiz, 1935?

203 pp., 1620 copies, in Russian, undated (from Allworth p. 483); covers pubs. from ca. 1935? -- compare with Katalog izdanii byvshego komiteta nauk UzSSR, no. 1 (Uzbekskii filial Akademii Nauk SSSR), 1940, 32 pp. (Allworth p. 484)



Daminov, E. and V. Ubaidullaev. Polnaia nauchnaia bibliografiia : pechatnaia produktsiia na uzbekskom iazyke, 1925-1931. Tashkent : Gosizdat UzSSR, 1934.


252 pages, all in Uzbek



Uzbekistan : ... g. : bibliograficheskii ukazatel' literatury. Tashkent : Gos. izd-vo Uzbekskoi SSR, 1958-1967
UIUC Call Number
: Central Asian Reference 016.91587 T18u [Russian-language volumes for 1956 and 1958 only]


Uzbek versions exist for 1957, 1958-1959, 1960, and 1961

1953-1955: publ. 1958; about 3,000 entries for Russian-language materials

1956: publ. in 1960; over 2,000 entries for Russian-language (?) materials

1957: publ. 1961; over 3,000 entries for Russ.-lang. materials

1958: publ. 1962; 4,330 entries for Russ. materials

1958-1959: publ. in 1962; 2,744 entries for Uzbek-language (?) materials

1960: publ. 1962; nearly 5,000 entries for Russian-language materials

1960: published in 1966; over 2,000 entries for Uzbek-language ((?)) materials

1961: published in 1967: 5,540 entries for Russian-language materials

1961: publ. 1967; 2,216 entries for Uzbek-language materials

sample entryUzbekistan; Bibliograficheskii Ukazatel Literatury was published annually. It includes books, articles from collections, proceedings and journals. This bibliography is organized by subjects: natural sciences, history, law, politics, geography, history, linguistics, literature, bibliography, sports, economy, trade, medicine, transportation, atheism, art, and library science. And under each subject, entries are organized alphabetically by authors name or by title, if the author is not mentioned. At the end of the book, there is a name index, geographical index and an index of periodicals, which are used in this book.





Novaia literatura ob Uzbekistane.

"1-i polugodie 1962 g.": 1,696 entries for Russian-language (?) materials; publ. by the national library & AN UzSSR library; 130 ekz.



Ŭzbekiston SSR matbuoti solnomasi = Letopis' Pechati Uzbekskoi SSR : organ gosudarstvennoi bibliografii UzSSR. Toshkent : Gos. knizhnaia palata UzSSR, 1968?-1992?

Ŭzbekiston Respublikasi matbuoti solnomasi : davlat bibliografik kŭrsatkichi = Letopis' pechati Respubliki Uzbekistan : gosudarstvennyi bibliograficheskii ukazatel'. Toshkent : Ŭzbekiston Respublikasi Millii kitob palatasi, 1992-
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 015.587 Uz9 [ ]


1937: 4 issues publ. 1937-1938; Uzbek and Russian? -- then nothing until

1968-1970: quarterly, Uzbek and Russian


In 1968 two former bibliographies“Knizhnaia Letopis/ Kitob Solnomasi”and “Letopis zhurnalnykh Statei/ Zhurnal Makalalari Solnomasi” merged into one body and formed this bibliography. This bibliography includes the publishing output of Uzbekistan which is deposited at the Davlat Kitob Palatasi according to the legal deposit laws. Types of publication include books, pamphlets, journal articles and newspaper articles.

It is arranged into three sections: books, journal articles and newspaper articles. Entries are arranged by the Uzbek, Russian and Karakalpak languages, and then alphabetically arranged by the classification categories. An exception is official articles and documents in Russian are included in Uzbek section.

Entry information for the following types of materials includes: books: general classification number is given at the beginning of the section, consecutive entry number, author, title, place of publication, publisher, date, pagination, illustrations, size, serial statement, ISBN, number of copies printed, price, government registration number, e.g. [94-1546]; and journal and newspaper articles: author, title of article, title of publication and other necessary bibliographic information for citations.

The following types of indexes are included: for books: name index (author, co-author, editor, translator, artist), title index, subject index, series index; and for journal articles: periodical title index, language index, author index.

URMS continues Uzbekistan SSR matbuoti solnomasi/Letopis pechati Uzbekskoi SSR.



Uzbekistan v pechati Sovetskogo Soiuza : organ gosudarstvennoi bibliografii UzSSR = Ŭzbekiston Sovet Ittifoqi matbuotida. Tashkent : Gos. kn. palata UzSSR,

Uzbekistan v pechati SSSR i zarubezhnykh sotsialisticheskikh stran : gosudarstvennyi bibliograficheskii ukazatel' = Ŭzbekiston SSSR va chet el sotsialistik mamlakatlari matbuotida. Tashkent : Gos. kn. palata UzSSR,


Published quarterly since 1968, at least through 1990


Узбекистон ССР илмий ишлари тупламлари(1917-1980) [] = Сборники научных трудов Узбекской ССР(1917-1980) : ретроспектив библиографик курсаткич. - Т. : [s. n.], 1989. - 381 б. - 1200 экз. - ((Муковали):) : 2с.35 т.





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Sovet Uzbekistoni kitobi : bibliografik kŭrsatkich = Kniga sovetskogo Uzbekstana : bibliograficheskii ukazatel'. Toshkent : Ŭzbekiston SSR davlat kitob palatasi,


This retrospective bibliography covers the years 1917-1975.

1. 1917-27 Bibliografik Kursatkich/ N. Kh. Khaidarova- Tashkent, 1976
2. 1928-29 Bibliografik Kursatkich - Bibliograficheskii ukazatel -Tashkent, 1980
3. 1930-31: Bibliografik Kursatkich / Bibliograficheskii ukazatel. Tuzuvchilar: A.Kh. Niiazova, M. Faizullaeva va boshk. - Tashkent, 1978
4. 1932-35: Bibliografik Kursatkich / Bibliograficheskii ukazatel. Masul muharrir.: Sh. M. Tolipova - Tashkent, 1979
5. 1936-40: Bibliografik Kursatkich / Bibliograficheskii ukazatel. Masul muharrir.: Sh. M. Tolipova - Tashkent, 1980
6. 1941-44: Bibliografik Kursatkich / Bibliograficheskii ukazatel. Tuzuvchi: M.M. Baisheva, L.P. Kotelnikova, A.T. Tishkina - Tashkent, 1974

6 AND A HALF. 1945-1950: 1981.
7. 1951-55: Bibliografik Kursatkich / Bibliograficheskii ukazatel. - Tashkent, 1981
8. 1956-58: Bibliografik Kursatkich / Bibliograficheskii ukazatel. - Tashkent, 1982
9. 1959-61: Bibliografik Kursatkich / Bibliograficheskii ukazatel. - Tashkent, 1982
10. 1962-64: Bibliografik Kursatkich / Bibliograficheskii ukazatel. - Tashkent, 1983
11. 1968-69: Bibliografik Kursatkich / Bibliograficheskii ukazatel. - Tashkent, 1984
12. 1970-72: Bibliografik Kursatkich / Bibliograficheskii ukazatel. - Tashkent, 1984
13. 1973-75 Bibliografik Kursatkich / Bibliograficheskii ukazatel. Tuzuvchilar: D. Sharipov, B. Boiko, G. Matekubova, M. Niiazova- Tashkent, 1985




Узбекистон ССР илмий ишлари тупламлари(1917-1980) [] = Сборники научных трудов Узбекской ССР(1917-1980) : ретроспектив библиографик курсаткич. - Т. : [s. n.], 1989. - 381 б. - 1200 экз. - ((Муковали):) : 2с.35 т.





Uzbekiston SSR Kitoblarining Iilnomasi: Ezhegodnik Knigi Uzbekskoi SSR: Book annual of Uzbek SSR

Author: Uzbekiston SSR nashriëtlar, poligrafiia va kitob savdosi ishlari buiicha davlat komiteti.; Uzbekiston SSR davlat kitob palatasi.

sample entry1976-1990
This work has been published since 1977, listing books and pamphlets since 1976. It is compiled on the basis of the monthly annals “Knizhnaia letopis” with some changes in it.

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Kitob letopisi : ŬzSSR davlat bibliografiia organi = Knizhnaia letopis' : organ gosudarstvennoi bibliografii UzSSR, 1928-

Kitob solnomasi = Knizhnaia letopis'. 1992-

Although there were frequent irregularities and gaps in publication, Kitob letopisi can be said to have been a quarterly publication from its inception in 1928 through 1955; since 1956 (and from 1938-1940), it has appeared on a monthly basis. Kitob letopisi was not published in 1931, 1933-1936, or 1941-1944. After 1968 (?) Kitob letopisi/Knizhnaia letopis' appeared as part of Ŭzbekiston SSR matbuoti solnomasi/Ŭzbekiston Respublikasi matbuoti solnomasi. For most of its history, each issue of Kitob letopisi was divided into two parts: the first for books and pamphlets published in Uzbek and other languages of the USSR (besides Russian), and the second for books and pamphlets published in Uzbekistan in Russian and in languages from outside the USSR (i.e., in English). The entries are organized by subject. In general only name and language indexes are provided, although before 1939 indexes of corporate bodies and titles were also furnished. In most years a supplement containing entries for works that were not received at the Book Chamber in a timely manner appeared in issue #12.

Prior to the creation of the Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic in 1929, books and pamphlets (and periodical titles) published in what is now Tajikistan were also included in Kitob letopisi/Knizhnaia letopis'.

1928: 4 issues, published 1928-1930; 191 pp. and 737 entries total (?); Uzbek and Russian (?) -- 1929: 4 issues = 118 pp. and 524 entries; Uzbek and Russian (?) -- 1930: 4 issues publ. in 1935; Uzbek and Russian (?) -- 1931: yok -- 1932: 4 issues publ. 1932-1936; 181 pp. and 842 entries just in issues #1 and #2; Uzbek and Russian (?) -- 1933-1937: yok -- 1938: 12 issues publ. 1939; Russian only? -- 1939: 12 issues published 1939-1940; Uzbek and Russian (?); 88 entries just in issue#1-2 -- 1940: 12 issues publ. 1940-41; Uzbek and Russian (?) -- 1941-1946: yok? --1947: 4 issues, publ. 1948; Uzbek and Russian (?) -- 1948: 3 issues, publ. 1948 & 1950; Uzbek and Russian (?) -- 1949: 4 issues, publ. 1952 and 1956; Uzbek and Russian (?) -- 1950: 2 issues (?), published 1955-1956; Uzbek and Russian (?) -- 1951: yok? -- 1952: 4 issues; Uzbek only? -- 1953-1955: quarterly, Uzbek and Russian (?) -- 1956-1967: monthly, mostly Uzbek and Russian (?)

Sample entries from page 8 of issue 10 of KITOB SOLNOMASI for 1997 (published as part of UZBEKISTON RESPUBLIKASY MATBUOTI SOLNOMASI, UIUC call number Central Asian Reference 015.587 Uz9)

ALL SUPERSEDED BY Sovet Uzbekistoni kitobi = Kniga sovetskogo Uzbekstana??

Book Annals comes out monthly and lists books, pamphlets, and since 1958 music. In the annals for 1928 and 1929, periodical publications, such as newspapers, journals and bulletins issued in the Uzbek and Tadzhik SSR, were also recorded.

Material listed is divided into two parts: in the first part is found literature in Uzbek and other languages of the peoples of the USSR (except Russian) and, in the second part, literature in Russian and foreign languages. In both parts, entries for books and pamphlets are arranged by subject, while entries for music are in alphabetical order.

The Annals have a name index and a list of languages in which books are published. Until 1939, there was also an index of corporate bodies and a title index. In some issues, usually in No. 12, an appendix containing entries for books recorded late was inserted.

*1928-1930 4 times a year (1928 No:2-3 is published in 1929; No:4 in 1930; 1930 No:1-4 was published in 1935)
*1931- not published;
*1932 -quarterly (No:2 is published in 1934; No:4 in 1936)
*1933-1936 not published
*1937 -quarterly (No:2-4 is published in 1938)
*1938-1940 monthly (1938 is published in 1939, 1939 No:3-12 is published in 1940, 1940 No: 8-12 is published in 1941)
*1941-1944 not published
*1945-1946 twice a year (1945 is published in 1949, 1946 is published in 1948
*1947 quarterly –published in 1948
*1948 3 times a year (No: 2-3 published in 1950)
*1949 quarterly (No: 1, 3 and 4 published in 1952, No:2 in 1956)


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Bibliografiia izdanii Akademii Nauk Uzbekskoi SSR = Ŭzbekiston SSR Fanlar Akademiiasi nashrlari bibliografiiasy. Tashkent : Izd-vo Akademii Nauk Uzbekskoi SSR,
UIUC Call Number: 015.587 Ak1b [1953-1969 only]

1933-1942: publ. 1965, 243 pp., from when it was the Uzbek filial of the AN SSSR

1943-1952: nearly 3,000 entries for works in Russian and Uzbek

1953-1957: over 3,000 entries for works in Russian and Uzbek

1958-1960: nearly 3,000 entries for works in Russian, Uzbek and Karakalpak

1961-1963: nearly 4,000 entries for works in Russian, Uzbek and Karakalpak

these were preceded by some less substantial publications that apparently only provided entries for serial titles published by the Academy of Sciences (as opposed to entries for the individual articles appearing in those serials) and monographs, such as Katalog knig i zhurnalov Akademii Nauk Uzbekistana, no. 2 (Tashkent, 1949, 67 pages) and Katalog izdanii byvshego komiteta nauk UzSSR, no. 1 (Tashkent, Uzbekskii filial Akademii Nauk SSSR, 1940, 32 pages).

The sample entries below are from the section listing Academy publications intended for a mass audience from the volume for 1958-1960.

Sample entries from page 332 of BIBLIOGRAFIIA IZDANII AKADEMII NAUK UZBEKSKOI SSR : KNIGI I STAT'I ZA 1958-1960 GG. (UIUC call number Central Asian Reference 015.587 Ak1b 1958-60)



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Ukazatel’ doktorskikh i kandidatskikh dissertatsii, zashchishchennykh v Uzbekistane v 1936-1951 gg. : obshchestvennye nauki, estestvennye nauki, matematika. (Sredneaziatskii gosudarstvennyi universitet : materialy k bibliografii; vyp. 4). Tashkent : Izd-vo SAGU, 1954.

Entries for 595 Uzbek-language and 234 Russian-language dissertations



Ageev, A. I. and Viktorova, A. A. Ŭzbekistonga oid dissertatsiialar bibliografiiasi, 1936-1963. Toshkent : UzSSR FA Fundamental kutubkhonasi, 1967

298 pages



Alisher Navoii nomidagi Uzbekiston millii kutubkhonasiga ... iilda kelib tushgan adabiëtlar katalogi : Uzbek tilidagi iangi kitoblar, dissertatsiia va avtoreferatlarning bibliografik kursatkichi. Toshkent : Alisher Navoii nomidagi Uzbekiston millii kutubkhonasi nashriëti,2008-

"Description based on: 2008 iil birinchi iarim" -- ILL'ed 11/25/10



Letopis' retsenzii = Taqrizlar solnomasi. Tashkent : Gos. kn. palata UzSSR, 1976-

In the 1970s, this bibliography of reviews published in the periodical press of Uzbekistan appeared four times a year (in issues #3, #6, #9 and #12) as part of Gazeta maqolalari solnomasi/Letopis' gazetnykh statei.



Madzhidova, A. R. and Zakhirkhodzhaeva, S. Kh. Proizvedeniia kompozitorov Uzbekistana : ukazatel' muzykal'noi literatury (1890-1983). Tashkent : Gos. kn. palata UzSSR, 1984.

Containing over 1,800 entries for musical works appearing in books, journals and newspapers published in Uzbekistan for the better part of a century, Proizvedeniia kompozitorov Uzbekistana features an impressive depth and breadth that compensates for the somewhat irregular treatment of published works of music in other national bibliographic publications. Musical works published by composers from Uzbekistan elsewhere in the world (i.e., in Moscow) are also included. While most entries are for works written in or having Uzbek or Russian titles, there are also some for works composed (or titled) in Karakalpak, Tajik, Tatar, Uighur, Ukrainian and English. The material is organized by type of music (i.e., vocal, instrumental, soundtrack, etc.), and indexes of languages, names and titles are provided.




Ŭzbekiston SSR vaqtli matbuot nashrlari solnomasi va notalar : ŬzSSR davlat bibliografik kursatkichi = Letopis' periodicheskikh izdanii Uzbekskoi SSR i noty : organ gosudarstvennoi bibliografii UzSSR. Tashkent : Gos. kn. palata UzSSR, 1968-


Published as part of Ŭzbekiston SSR matbuoti solnomasi/Letopis' Pechati Uzbekskoi SSR from 1968 to 1975, this bibliography began to appear as a stand-alone annual in 1976, and continued through at least 1987. The "notalar/noty" part of the title presumably refers to an annual compilation of entries for musical works published in Uzbekistan (or outside its borders by Uzbek composers). See the previous entry for a retrospective equivalent of this bibliography of published musical works.

It should be noted that entries for published musical works were included in Kitob letopisi/Knizhnaia letopis' from 1958 to 1967.




Izoizdaniia Uzbekskoi SSR. 2 vols. Tashkent : Gos. kn. palata UzSSR, 1986-1987.

Based on the State Book Chamber's holdings of published works of pictorial art, this two-volume retrospective bibliography indexes posters, portraits, fine art reproductions, engravings, postcards, coffee-table books, calendars, and other printed works consisting of visual art. The entries are organized by type of publication. While consisting mainly of works whose text or title is in Uzbek or Russian, works in (or titled in) Kazakh, Karakalpak, Tajik and Uighur are also represented.

Volume 1, published in 1987, includes nearly 2,500 entries for pictorial art publications dating from 1926 to 1964. Volume 2, published one year earlier in 1986, includes 4,372 entries for works published between 1965 and 1985. Separate indexes of artists/photographers/architects, authors/compilers, and persons depicted (in the works of art themselves) are provided.


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