Diana Kudaibergenova

DianaPost-doctorante en science politique

Affiliation : University of Cambridge (GB) et University of Central Asia (Kirghizstan)

Laboratoire d’accueil en France : Centre de recherches internationales de l’Institut d’études politiques de Paris (CERI-Sciences Po)

Projet de post-doctorat : « Les régimes ‘nationalisants’. Élites et construction nationale en Eurasie post-soviétique »
« Nationalising Regimes. Elites and Nation-Building in Post-Soviet Eurasia »
«Национализирующие режимы. Элиты и национальное строительство в постсоветской Евразии»

Publications scientifiques

  • 2015, “Nationalising Elites and Regimes: Nation-Building in Post-Soviet ‘Authoritarianism’ and ‘Democracy’,” in Laruelle, M. (ed.), Kazakhstan beyond economic success. Exploring social and cultural changes in Eurasia, ME Sharpe
  • 2016, “Between the state and the artist: representation of femininity and masculinity in the formation of ideas of the nation in Central Asia,” Nationalities Papers, 44 (2), 225-246.
  • 2014, “Europeanisation as normalization in OSCE discourses in post-Soviet Latvia and Kazakhstan,” in All things to all people?” Internal and external approaches to Europeanisation, Global Europe Centre, University of Kent Working Paper.
  • 2013, “Imagining community in Soviet Kazakhstan. An historical analysis of narrative on nationalism in Kazakh-Soviet literature,” Nationalities Papers, 41 (5), pp. 839-854.
  • 2013, “National identity formation in post-Soviet Central Asia: Soviet legacy and primordialism. Patterns of ideological development post 1991,” in Akildiz and Carson, Social and Cultural Change in Central Asia: the Soviet Legacy, London: Routledge.
  • 2013, “Postsocialist culture and national identity construction: reasons, criticism, and perspectives,” in National Identity: Time, Place, People, Riga: University of Latvia.

Langues parlées : anglais, espagnol, français, italien

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