The russification legacy of historical monuments of Uzbekistan

https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v5nS2.1718

Authors

  • Otabek Yakubovich Yusupov PhD, Dean of the English Faculty 2, Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages, Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Keywords:

historical monuments Uzbekistan, naming convention, Russian language, Russification, spelling and pronunciation, Tajik language, Uzbek language

Abstract

This article illustrates the naming convention of historical monuments by the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union in Uzbekistan. The Russification is a form of cultural assimilation during which the non-Russian communities whether voluntary or involuntary gave up their culture or statehood or language in favor of the Russian culture. Undeniably, the Russification in the naming convention of Uzbekistan’s historical monuments still bears its legacy. For instance, the names of archaeological finding on the territories of Selengur—Kulbulak and Teshiktash—pronounced in the Russian phonetics rather than Uzbek. Rather, Kulbulak is ought to be spelled Qulbuloq; and, Teshiktash—Teshiktosh.

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Published

2021-11-11

How to Cite

Yusupov, O. Y. (2021). The russification legacy of historical monuments of Uzbekistan. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S2), 1030-1034. https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v5nS2.1718

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