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Week Eight: Discussion of Mid-term attestation
Schatz, Edward, “The politics of multiple identities: Lineage and ethnicity in Kazakhstan”, Europe-Asia Studies, 52 (3) (2000) pp. 489-506.
Sarsembayev, Azamat, “Imagined Communities: Kazak nationalism and Kazakification
in the 1990s”, Central Asian Survey, 18 (3) (Sept. 1999) pp. 319-46.
Cummings, Sally, Centre-periphery relations in Kazakhstan (RIIA: April 2000).
Khazanov, Anatoly, “Democratization and the growth of political participation in Kazakhstan,” Conflict, Cleavage, and change in Central Asia and the Caucasus, edited by Karen Dawisha and Bruce Parrott, Cambridge University Press, 1997, pp. 201-242.
Pauline Jones Luong, “Economic Decentralization in Kazakhstan: Causes and Consequences,” in Jones Luong, ed. 2004, pp. 182-213.
Esenova, Saulesh, “Tribalism and identity in contemporary circumstances: the case of Kazakhstan”, Central Asian Survey, 17 (3) (1998) 443-62.
Khazanov, Anatoly, “The ethnic problems of contemporary Kazakhstan”, Central Asian Survey, 14 (2) (1995) pp. 243-64.
Pauline Jones Luong. “Kazakhstan: The Long-Term Costs of Short-Term Gains.” In Energy and Conflict in Central Asia and the Caucasus, edited by Robert Ebel and Rajan Menon, 79-106. Lanham, M.D.: Roman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2000.
Olcott, MB. “Post-soviet Kazakstan: The Demographics of Ethnic politics”, Problems of post-communism (Mar/Apr 1995) pp. 24-28.
Akiner, Shirin, The Formation of Kazakh Identity: From Tribe to Nation State (RIIA:1995) pp. 8-17, 60-9, 75-7.
Pauline Jones Luong and Erika Wenthal, “Energy Wealth and Tax Reform in Russia and Kazakhstan,” Resources Policy 27, 4 (September 2002): 1-9.
Dave, Bhavna, “National Revival in Kazakhstan: Language shift and identity change” , Post-soviet affairs, 12 (1) (1996) pp. 51-72.
Janabel, Jiger, “When National Ambition Conflicts with Reality: Studies on Kazakhstan’s ethnic relations”, Central Asian Survey, 12 (1) (March 1996) pp. 5-21.
Kendirbaeva, Gulnar, “Minorities in Kazakhstan: Past and present”, Nationalities Papers 25 (4) (1997) pp. 741-51.
--- “The Early Twentieth-Century Kazakh Intelligentsia: In Search of National Identity,” in Atabaki and O’Kane, ed. 1998, pp. 248-269.
Week Nine: Kyrgystan
Kelly McMann, “The Civic Realm in Kyrgystan: Soviet Ecomonic Legacies and Activists’ Expectations,” in Jones Luong ed. 2004, pp. 213-246.
John Anderson. Kyrgyzstan: Central Asia’s island of democracy? (Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Press, 1999), selections.
Huskey, Eugene “Kyrgystan: The Fate of Political Liberalization,” In Dawisha and Parrott, eds. 1997, pp. 242-276.
Slaughter, Richard A. “Poor Kyrgyzstan - A snapshot of how well-intended but
misguided development assistance has failed one of America's new Central Asian
partners.” The National Interest. Summer 2002, p55(11)
Anderson, John, “Creating a framework for civil society in Kyrgyzstan”, Europe-Asia Studies, 52 (1) (2000) pp. 77-93.
Bhavana Dave, “A Shrinking Reach of the State? Language Policy and Implementation in Kazakhstan and Kyrgystan,” in Jones Luong, ed. 2004, pp. 120-159.
Hiro, Dilip, “Kyrgyzstan: A Democratic Niche, an Islamist void”, in Between Marx and Muhammad: the Changing face of central asia. (Harper Collins: 1994) pp. 130-41.
Huskey, Eugene, “Kyrgyzstan: the politics of demographic and economic frustration”, in New States, New Politics: Building the post-soviet nations, Ian Bremmer and Ray Taras eds. (CUP, 1997). Pp 655-80
Martha Olcott, “Kyrgystan: Surviving on Foreign Support,” in Olcott, Central Asia’s New States, United States Institute of Peace, 1996
Huskey, Eugene, “The Rise of Contested politics in central asia in Kyrgyzstan, 1989-90”, Europe-Asia Studies, 47 (5) (1995) pp. 813-33.
Daly, John C.K.. ed.”Democratization in Central Asia: The Public’s View” and
“Prospects for the Development of Kyrgyzstan Towards an Open Society” in
Democratic Processes in Central Asia: Experience and Perpectives.
Bishkek:International University of Kyrygzstan, 1999
Week Ten: Uzbekistan
Alisher Ilkhamov, “The Limits of Centralization: Regional Challenges in Uzbekistan,” in Jones Luong, 2004, pp. 159-181.
Laura Adams, “Cultural Elites in Uzbekistan: Ideological Production and the State,” in Jones Luong, ed. 2004, pp. 93-120.
Victoria Koroteyeva and Ekarerina Makarova, “The Assertion of Uzbek National Identity: Nativization or State-Building Process,” Post-Soviet Central Asia, edited by Turaj Atabaki and John O”Kane, (Tauris Academic Studies, London, 1998). in 137-144
Melvin, Neil, Uzbekistan: Transition to authoritarianism on the silk road (Amsterdam: Harwood Academic, 2000) chapter 1, 2 and conclusion.
Martha Olcott, “Uzbekistan: Central Asia’s Instinctive Imperialist,” in Olcott 1996, pp. 113-139.
Vaisman, Demian, “Regionalism and Clan Loyalty in the Political Life of Uzbekistan”, in Muslim EurAsia. Pp. 105-22.
William Fierman, “Political Development in Uzbekistan: democratization?” in Dawisha and Parrott, eds. 1997, pp. 360-408.
Bohr, Annette. Uzbekistan: Politics and Foreign Policy (RIAA,1998) 25-30.
Roberta Micalef, “Literature and Culture in Transition in Uzbekistan,” in Atabaki and O’Kane, ed. 1998, pp. 130-137.
Akbarzadeh, Shahram, “Nation building in Uzbekistan” Central Asian Survey 15 (1) (Mar 1996) pp. 23-32.
Allworth, Edward, The modern Uzbeks: From the 14th Century to the present: a Cultural history (Stanford: Hoover Press, 1990)
Carlisle, Donald. “Soviet Uzbekistan: State and nation in historical perspective”, in Central Asia in Historical Perspective, Beatrice Manz ed. (Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1994) pp. 103-26.
Fane, Daria, “Ethnicity and Regionalism in Uzbekistan” chapter 15 in L. Drobizheva et al. Eds. Ethnic conflict in the post soviet world (Armonk: ME Sharpe, 1996/8)/
Hanks, Reuel, “The Islamic factor in nationalism and nation building in Uzbekistan: Causative agent or inhibitor?”, Nationalities Papers 22 (2) (Fall 1994) pp. 309-23
---. “A separate space?: Karakalpak nationalism and devolution in post soviet Uzbekistan”, Europe Asia Studies 52 (5) (2000) pp. 939-53.
Horsman, Stuart, “Uzbekistan’s involvement in the Tajik Civil War 1992-97: domestic considerations”, Central Asian Survey 18 (1) (1999) pp. 37-48.
Kangas, Roger D. Uzbekistan in the 20th Century: Political development and the evolution of power (St Martin’s Press, 1995)
Malikov, Mukhammed-Babur. “Uzbekistan: A view from the opposition”, problems of post communism (Mar/Apr 1995) pp. 19-23.
Rubin, Barnett et al. Calming the Ferghana Valley (NY: the century foundation Press, 1999).
Smith, Graham et al. Nation building in the post soviet borderlands: the politics of national identities (Cambridge: CUP, 1998. “Language policy and ethnic relations in Uzbekistan”, pp. 197-223.
Week Eleven: Turkmenistan
Annette Borh, “Independent Turkmenistan: from post-communism to sultanism,” in Sally Cummings, ed. Oil, Transition and Security in Central Asia, (London, RoutledgeCurzon, 2003), pp. 16-20.
Rainer Freigtag-Wirminghaus, “Turkmenistan’s Place in Central Asia and the World,” in Atabaki and O’Kane, eds. 1998, pp. 157-176.
Michael Ochs, “Turkmenistan: the quest for stability and control,” in Dawisha and Parrott, eds. 1997, pp. 312-359.
Strongly Recommended for those fluent in Russian”
Шохрат Кадыров, «Туркменистан: институт президенства в клановом пост-колониальном обшестве» в Евразия: Люди и Мифы, сост. Сергей Панарин, Москва, Наталис, стр. 337-365.
Anderson, John, “Authoritarian Political development in Central Asia: the case of Turkmenistan”, Central Asian Survey 14 (4) (1995) 509-27.
Hiro, Dilip, “Turkmenistan: Secular Autocracy Intact”, Between Marx and Muhammad: the Changing face of central asia (Harper Collins: 1994) pp. 142-52.
Nissman, David, “Turkmenistan: Searching for a national identity”, in New state, new politics: Building the post-soviet nations, Ian Bremmer and Ray Taras, eds. (CUP, 1997) pp 635-53
---. “Turkmenistan (Un) transformed”, Current History, 93 (582) (1994) pp. 267-98.
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