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Looking Back on Central Asia’s Perestroika: Political Narratives and Political Mobilization | Оглядываясь на перестройку в Ц

Looking Back on Central Asia's Perestroika | Оглядываясь на перестройку в Ц with Artemy Kalinovsky, Davlat Khudonazarov, Zamira Sydykova, and Isaac Scarborough | с Артемием Калиновским, Исааком Скарборо, Давлатом Худоназаровым…

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Book Launch – Central Peripheries: Nationhood in Central Asia

Book Launch Discussion Central Peripheries: Nationhood in Central Asia with Author Marlene Laruelle and discussants Diana Kudaibergenova, Sabina Insebayeva, and Berikbol Dukeyev. Click here to join Zoom session Meeting ID:…

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Central Asian Regionalism or Central Asian Order? Some Reflections  by Filippo Costa Buranelli

How Perceptions of the English Language Have Changed in Kazakhstan: A Narrative Analysis by Valerie Sartor

Discussing Sinophobia in Kyrgyzstan by Aizat Shailoobek Kyzy

Uchyot and Foucault: Drug Users and Migrants in Post-Soviet Central Asia and Russia by Rano Turaeva and Muyassar Turaeva

Bagila Bukharbayeva,The Vanishing Generation: Faith and Uprising in Modern Uzbekistan (Indiana University Press, 2019)

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