Religions in the Caucasus – Farda Asadov

More than 50 theologians, historians, academics and researchers gathered at the Hallam Conference Centre in London for the Religions in the Caucasus conference, organised by TEAS on 3–4 March.

This video contains an interview with Farda Asadov, Head of the Dept. of History and Economy of Arab Countries, Institute of Oriental Studies, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences and Vice-Rector, Khazar University. He reflects on Khazaria, a multiconfessional part of the Turkish steppes, positioned between the Byzantine and Umayyad Empire and the issues surrounding primary Khazar sources.