In the academic field, which is increasingly divided on the Uyghur question between those who deny the oppression and those who work to report it, this book is outstandingly committed to rigorous, diverse research that spans epistemologies and disciplines, providing voices from different geographical, linguistic and subject areas. […]. This collective work, in addition to paying tribute to an academic who expressed the greatest effort, expertise and commitment to Uyghur studies, lays the foundations to continue investigating Uyghur “community matters”, in an attempt to preserve the integrity of the Uyghur people, and especially their history, from politicised historiographical narratives.