Robert D. Crews

Robert D. Crews is Associate Professor of History at Stanford University.

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Cover: For Prophet and Tsar: Islam and Empire in Russia and Central AsiaFor Prophet and Tsar: Islam and Empire in Russia and Central AsiaCrews, Robert D.PAPERBACK05/31/2009$24.50
Cover: Afghan Modern: The History of a Global NationAfghan Modern: The History of a Global NationCrews, Robert D.HARDCOVER09/14/2015$29.95
Cover: Under the Drones: Modern Lives in the Afghanistan-Pakistan BorderlandsUnder the Drones: Modern Lives in the Afghanistan-Pakistan BorderlandsBashir, Shahzad
Crews, Robert D.
HARDCOVER05/14/2012$32.50
Cover: The Taliban and the Crisis of AfghanistanThe Taliban and the Crisis of AfghanistanCrews, Robert D.
Tarzi, Amin
PAPERBACK05/15/2009$37.00
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