06 Apr Russians in Central Asia: From the Former Imperial Minority to New Patterns of Integration
Sébastien Peyrouse (School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University)
Friday, April 6 / 12:30 PM
Lane Room, Ellison Hall
Sébastien Peyrouse is a Senior Research Fellow with the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program, a joint center affiliated with Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies, Washington DC, and the Institute for Security and Development Policy, Stockholm. He holds a Ph.D. from the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Cultures (INALCO), France. He is author or co-author of The Chinese Question in Central Asia: Domestic Order, Social Change, and The Chinese Factor, Central Asia in an Era of Globalization, and Turkmenistan: Strategies of Power, Dilemmas of Development, Histoire de l’Asie Centrale Contemporaine (History of Contemporary Central Asia), and Les Russes du Kazakhstan: Identités Nationales et Nouveaux Etats dans L’espace Post-Soviétique (Russians in Kazakhstan: National identities and New States in the Post-Soviet Space). Peyrouse has also co-edited volumes on Central Asia’s relations with India and China, and on political Islam in the former Soviet Union.
Sponsored by the Center for Middle East Studies, the Dept. of Political Science, the Education Abroad Program, and the Dept. of History, and the IHC’s Identity RFG.