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Август, 5, 2006

5 авг, 2006

1. Theoretical issues on post-Soviet nationalism – general

Bremmer, Ian & Ray Taras (Eds.) 1993. Nations and Politics in the Soviet Successor States (Soviet and East European Studies). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bremmer, Ian & Ray Taras. (Eds.) 1997. New States, New Politics: Building the Post-Soviet Nations, 2nd Edition, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bremmer, Ian. 1990. Soviet Nationalities Problems (Publications and Reprints, N 5). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Bremmer, Ian 1997a. ‘Post-Soviet nationalities theory: past, present, and future’, in Ian

Bremmer & Ray Taras. (Eds.) 1997. New States, New Politics: Building the Post-Soviet Nations, 2nd Edition, Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. Pp. 2-26.

Brubaker, Rogers. 1996. Nationalism Reframed. Nationhood and the National Question in the New Europe, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 23-54.

Connor, Walker. 1984. The National Question in Marxist-Leninist Theory and Strategy. Princeton, NJ. Princeton University Press.

Dallin, Alexander & Gail Lapidus. 1992. The ‘Nationality’ Question in the Soviet Union (Articles on Russian and Soviet History). Garland Science.

Dawisha, Karen & Bruce Parrot. 1994. Russia and the New States of Eurasia: The Politics of Upheaval. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne: Cambridge University Press. (esp. introduction and chapters 1-5)

Dawisha, Karen & Bruce Parrot. 1994a. ‘National identity and ethnicity’ in their Russia and the New States of Eurasia: The Politics of Upheaval. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne: Cambridge University Press. Pp.

Hooson, David. 1994. ‘Ex-Soviet identities and the return of geography’, in David Hooson (ed.) Geography and National Identity. Oxford, UK & Cambridge, USA: Blackwell. Pp. 134-141.

Khazanov, Anatoly M. 1995. After the USSR: Ethnicity and Nationalism in the CIS. Madison: University of Wisconsin.

Kolstoe, Paul. (Ed.) 1999. Nation-Building and Ethnic Integration in Bipolar Societies: The Cases of Latvia and Kazakhstan. Boulder, CO; Oxford, UK: Westview Press: A Member of the Perseus Books Group.

Molyl, Alexander J. 199(2?) Sovietology, Rationality, Nationality.

Molyl, Alexander J. 1995. Thinking Theoretically about Soviet Nationalities: History and Comparison in the Study of the USSR. New York: Columbia University Press.

Motyl, Alexander J. 1999. Revolutions, Nations, Empires: Conceptual Limits and Theoretical Possibilities. New York: Columbia University Press.

Molyl, Alexander J. 2002. Nations in transit: Civil Society, Democracy and Markets in East Central Europe and Newly Independent States.

Olcott, Martha B. et al. (Eds.) 1990. The Soviet Multinational State: readings and documents (The USSR in Transition: Readings and Documents).

Smith, Anthony D. 1976. ‘Communist nationalisms’, in his Nationalism in the Twentieth Century. Oxford: Martin Robertson. Pp. 115-149.

Smith, Graham. (Ed.) 1996. (2nd edition) The Nationalities Question in the Post-Soviet States. London and New York: Longman.

Smith, Graham. 1996a. ‘The Soviet state and nationalities policy’ in Graham Smith (ed.) The Nationalities Question in the Post-Soviet States. London and New York: Longman. Pp. 2-22.

Smith, Graham et al. (Eds.) 1998. Nation-Building in the Post-Soviet Borderlands: The Politics of National Identities. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Smith, Graham. 1998a. ‘Post-colonialism and borderland identities’ in Graham Smith et al. (eds.) 1998. Nation-Building in the Post-Soviet Borderlands: The Politics of National Identities. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne: Oxford University Press. Pp. 1-20.

Smith, Graham. 1999. The Post-Soviet States: Mapping the Politics of Transition. London, Sydney, Auckland: Arnold.

Suny, Ronald G. 1994. The Revenge of the Past: Nationalism, Revolution and the Collapse of the Soviet Union.

Szporluk, Roman. (Ed.) 1994. National Identity and Ethnicity in Russia and the New States of Eurasia. New York: M. E. Sharpe.

Taras, Ray. 1997a. ‘Conclusion: from matrioshka nationalism to national interests’, in Ian Bremmer & Ray Taras. (Eds.) 1997. New States, New Politics: Building the Post-Soviet Nations, 2nd Edition, Cambridge. Pp. 683-705.

Tishkov, Valeri. 1997. Ethnicity, Nationalism and Conflict in and after the Soviet Union. The Mind Aflame. Oslo, Prio & London: Sage.

Wilson, Andrew. 1996. ‘The post-Soviet states and the nationalities’ in Graham Smith (ed.) The Nationalities Question in the Post-Soviet States. London and New York: Longman. Pp. 23-43.

2. Central Asia, Kazakhstan – general Sources in English

Amrekulov, Nurlan 1995. ‘Interethnic conflict and resolution in Kazakhstan’, in Roald Z. Sagdeev & Susan Eisenhower (eds.) Central Asia: Conflict, Resolution and Change. Chevy Chase: Center for Post-Soviet Studies Press. Pp. 155-168.

Anderson, John. 1997. The International Politics of Central Asia. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press.

Akiner, Shirin. (Ed.) 1991. Cultural Change and Continuity in Central Asia. London: Kegan Paul.

Akiner, Shirin. 1993. Central Asia: A New Arc of Crisis? London: Royal United Services Institute.

Akiner, Shirin. 1996. ‘Uzbekistan and Uzbeks’ in Graham Smith (ed.) The Nationalities Question in the Post-Soviet States. London and New York: Longman.

Bohr, Annette. 1998. ‘The Central Asian states as nationalising regimes’ in Graham Smith et al. Nation Building in the Post-Soviet Boderlands: The Politics of National Identities, Cambridge, New York, Melbourne: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 139-164.

Cummings, Sally N. (Ed.) 200 Power and Change in Central Asia.

Cummings, Sally N. 2003. Oil, Transition and Security in Central Asia.

Cummings, Sally N. 2004. Understanding Central Asia.

Cummings, Sally N. 2004. Kazakhstan: Power and Elite

Dannreuther, Ronald. 1994. Creating New States in Central Asia: the Strategic Implications of the Collapse of Soviet Power in Central Asia. Adelphi Papers 288. London: The International Institute for Strategic Studies.

Gleason, Gregory. 1997. The Central Asian States: Discovering Independence. Boulder, CO; Oxford, UK: Westview Press.

Kulchik, Yriy. 1995. ‘Central Asia after the empire: ethnic groups, communities and problems’, in Roald Z. Sagdeev & Susan Eisenhower (eds.) Central Asia: Conflict, Resolution and Change. Chevy Chase: Center for Post-Soviet Studies Press. Pp. 91-114.

Kulchik, Yuiy, Andrey Fadin & Victor Sergeev. 1996. Central Asia after the Empire. London, Chicago, Ill. With Transnational Institute (TNI): Pluto Press.

Lapidus, Gail L. 2002. ‘Ethnicity and state-building: accommodating ethnic differences in post-Soviet Eurasia’, in Mark R. Beissinger and Crawford Young (eds.) Beyond State Crisis? Postcolonial Africa and Post-Soviet Eurasia in Comparative Perspective. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press. Pp. 323-358.

Olcott, Martha B. 1995. ‘Ethnic violence in Central Asia: perceptions and misperceptions’, in Roald Z. Sagdeev & Susan Eisenhower (eds.) Central Asia: Conflict, Resolution and Change. Chevy Chase: Center for Post-Soviet Studies Press. Pp. 115-125.

Olcott, Martha B. 1996. Central Asia’s New States: Independence, Foreign Policy, and Regional Security. Washington, DC: Center for Post-Soviet Studies.

Rumer, Boris 1990. Soviet Central Asia: ‘A Tragic Experiment’. Boston, London, Sydney, Wellington: Unwin Hyman.

Rumer, Boris (Ed.) 1996. Central Asia in Transition: Dilemmas of Political and Economic Development. Armonk, New York: M. E. Sharpe.

Rumer, Boris & Stanislav Zhukov (Eds.) 1998. Central Asia: Challenges of Independence. Armonk, New York: M. E. Sharpe.

Rumer, Boris (Ed.) 2002. Central Asia and the New Global Economy. Armonk, New York: M. E. Sharpe.

Rumer, Boris (Ed.) 2002. Central Asia: A Gathering Storm? Armonk, New York; London, England: M. E. Sharpe.

Sagdeev, Roald Z. & Susan Eisenhower (Eds.) 1995. Central Asia: Conflict, Resolution and Change. Chevy Chase: Center for Post-Soviet Studies Press.


3. Kazakhstani identity (state, civic identity) Sources in English

Barrington, L. 2001. ‘Russian-speakers in Ukraine and Kazakhstan: ‘nationality’, ‘population’ or neither?’, Post-Soviet Affairs, Vol. 17, No.2, pp. 129-158.

Cummings, Sally N. 1999. ‘Constructing a political identity: nation- and state-building’, in her The Political Elite in Kazakhstan Since Independence (1991-1998). Origins, Structure and Policies. PhD. London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London. Pp. 206-233.

Edmunds, Timothy P. 1998. Nation-Building in a Multi-Ethnic Kazakhstan: Identity, Power and Politics. Ph.D. University of Sheffield.

Holm-Hansen, Jorn. 1999. ‘Political integration in Kazakhstan’ in Paul Kolstoe (ed.), Nation-Building and Ethnic Integration in Bipolar Societies: The Cases of Latvia and Kazakhstan. Boulder, CO; Oxford, UK: Westview Press: A Member of the Perseus Books Group. Pp. 153-227.

Masanov, Nurbulat et al. 2002. The Nationalities Question in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan. Chiba, Japan: Institute of Developing Economies.

Oka, Natsuko. 2002. ‘Nationalities policy in Kazakhstan: Interviewing political and cultural elites’, Chapter 3. in Nurbulat Masanov et al. The Nationalities Question in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan. Chiba, Japan: Institute of Developing Economies. www.

Olcott, Martha B. 2002. ‘The challenge of creating Kazakhstanis’ in her Kazakhstan: Unfulfilled Promise. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Surucu, Cengiz. 2002. ‘Modernity, nationalism, resistance: identity politics in post-Soviet Kazakhstan’, in Central Asian Survey, Vol. 21, No. 4, pp.385-402.

Sources in Russian

Buluktaev, Yrii. 2001. ‘Osobennosti identifikatsionnyh protsessov v Respublike Kazahstan’, in Satpaev, Dosym (red.) Problemy gosudarstvennoi i natsional’noi identichnosti v Kazahstane. Almaty: Tsentral’noaziatskoe agentstvo politicheskih issledovanii; Fond Soros-Kazahstan; Fond im. Fridriha Eberta v Kazahstane.

Eschment, Beate. 2001. ‘Problemy gosudarstvennoi identichnosti Kazahstana: vzgliad izvne’, in Satpaev, Dosym (red.) Problemy gosudarstvennoi i natsional’noi identichnosti v Kazahstane. Almaty: Tsentral’noaziatskoe agentstvo politicheskih issledovanii; Fond Soros-Kazahstan; Fond im. Fridriha Eberta v Kazahstane.

Gali, Azimbai. 2001. ‘Demograficheskie i migratsionnnye resursy etnicheskoi identifikatsii v Kazahstane’, in Satpaev, Dosym (red.) Problemy gosudarstvennoi i natsional’noi identichnosti v Kazahstane. Almaty: Tsentral’noaziatskoe agentstvo politicheskih issledovanii; Fond Soros-Kazahstan; Fond im. Fridriha Eberta v Kazahstane.

Karin, Erlan. 2001. ‘Natsional’naia politika v Kazahstane: minusy i pliusy’, in Satpaev, Dosym (red.) Problemy gosudarstvennoi i natsional’noi identichnosti v Kazahstane. Almaty: Tsentral’noaziatskoe agentstvo politicheskih issledovanii; Fond Soros-Kazahstan; Fond im. Fridriha Eberta v Kazahstane.

Kushim, Dos. 2001. ‘Bez natsional’nogo ravenstva nevozmozhna i natsional’naia identifikatsiia’, in Satpaev, Dosym (red.) Problemy gosudarstvennoi i natsional’noi identichnosti v Kazahstane. Almaty: Tsentral’noaziatskoe agentstvo politicheskih issledovanii; Fond Soros-Kazahstan; Fond im. Fridriha Eberta v Kazahstane.

Kurgansakaia, Valentina & Dunaev, … 2003

Kurganskaia & Dunaev 2003

Masanov, Nurbulat. 1995. Natsional’no-gosudarstvennoe stroitel’stvo v Kazakhstane. Analiz i prognoz.

Masanov, Nurbulat. 1996 a,b,c

4. Kazakh identity (cultural, ethnic, tribal identities) Sources in English

Akiner, Shirin. 1995. The Formation of Kazakh Identity: From Tribe to Nation-State. London: The Royal Institute of International Affairs; Russian and CIS Programme.

Akiner, Shirin. 1997. ‘Melting pot, salad bowl – cauldron? Manipulation and mobilisation of ethnic and regional identities in Central Asia,’ Ethnic and Racial Studies, 20, 2 (April), 362-98.

Collins, Kathleen A. 1999. Clan, Pacts, and Politics: Understanding Regime Transition in Central Asia. Ph.D. USA: Stanford University.

Cummings, Sally N. 1998. ‘The Kazakhs: demographics, diasporas, and return’, in Charles King & Neil Melvin. Nations Abroad: Diaspora Politics and International Relations in the Former Soviet Union. Westview Press. Pp.

Cummings, Sally N. 1999. ‘Constructing a political identity: nation- and state-building’, in her The Political Elite in Kazakhstan Since Independence (1991-1998). Origins, Structure and Policies. PhD. London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London. Pp. 206-233, especially pp. 217- 229.

Edmunds, Timothy P. 1998. Nation-Building in a Multi-Ethnic Kazakhstan: Identity, Power and Politics. Ph.D. University of Sheffield.

Esenova Saulesh. 1998. ‘Tribalism and identity in contemporary circumstances: the case of Kazakhstan’ Central Asian Survey, 17:3, 443-462

Karin, Erlan & Andrei Chebotarev. 2002. ‘The policy of Kazakhization in state and government institutions in Kazakhstan’. Chapter 2, in Nurbulat Masanov et al. The Nationalities Question in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan. Chiba, Japan: Institute of Developing Economies.

Kendirbaeva, Gulnar. 1999. ‘We are children of Alash…’ The Kazakh intelligentsia at the beginning of the 20th century in search of national identity and prospects of cultural survival of the Kazakh people’, Central Asian Survey, Vol. 18, No. 1, March, pp. 5-36.

Kolsto, Paul. 1997. ‘Is Kazakhstan being Kazakhified?’, Analysis of Current Events, Vol. 9, No. 11, November, pp. 1, 3-4.

Kulchik, Yuiy, Andrey Fadin & Victor Sergeev. 1996. ‘Towards an ethnocratic state? (Case study: Kazakhstan)’, in their Central Asia after the Empire. London, Chicago, Ill. With Transnational Institute (TNI): Pluto Press. Pp. 36-44.

Masanov, Nurbulat et al. 2002. The Nationalities Question in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan. Chiba, Japan: Institute of Developing Economies.

Oka, Natsuko. 2002. ‘Nationalities policy in Kazakhstan: Interviewing political and cultural elites’, Chapter 3. in Nurbulat Masanov et al. The Nationalities Question in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan. Chiba, Japan: Institute of Developing Economies.

Olcott, Martha B. 1995. The Kazakhs (Studies of Nationalities). Hoover Institution Press.

Sarsembaev, Azamat. 1999. ‘Imagined communities: Kazakh nationalism and Kazakhification in the 1990s’, Central Asian Survey, 18:3, 319-346

Schatz, Edward. 2000. ‘The politics of multiple identities: lineage and ethnicity in Kazakhstan’, Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 52, No. 3, 489-506

Schatz, Edward. 2001. State Constructivism and Clans in Central Asia, Davis Center for Russian Studies, Harvard University.

Svanberg, Ingvar. 1996. ‘Kazakhstan and Kazakhs’ in Graham Smith (ed.) The Nationalities Question in the Post-Soviet States. London and New York: Longman. Pp. 318-333.

Sources in Russian

Gali, Azimbai. 2001. ‘Demograficheskie i migratsionnnye resursy etnicheskoi identifikatsii v Kazahstane’, in Satpaev, Dosym (red.) Problemy gosudarstvennoi i natsional’noi identichnosti v Kazahstane. Almaty: Tsentral’noaziatskoe agentstvo politicheskih issledovanii; Fond Soros-Kazahstan; Fond im. Fridriha Eberta v Kazahstane.

Masanov, Nurbulat. 1995. Kochevaia tsivilizatsiia kazahov. Osnovy zhiznedeiatel’nosti nomadnogo obschestva. Almaty & Moskva.

Masanov, Nurbulat. 1996. Kazahskaia politicheskaia i intellektual’naia elita. Klanovaia prinadlezhnost’ i vnutrietnicheskoe sopernichestvo, Vestnik Evrazii, Vol. 2, No. 1, s. 46-61.

Seidimbek, Akseleu. Mir kazahov.


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