1.00-2.30pm, Feb 5th
Elima Karalaeva, ‘Modernization and Reformation of Tax Administration in the Kyrgyz Republic: Problems and Challenges.’
Zemfira Hanbury, ‘Religious Beliefs and Practices among Farmers in Amanbaev Village, Kyrgyzstan.’
Discussant: John Heathershaw
Elima Karalaeva is PhD student in the Department of Politics at the University of Exeter. https://eprofile.exeter.ac.uk/elimakaralaeva/
Zemfira Inogamova-Hanbury is an anthropologist and independent scholar based in Devon. She earned her MSc with Distinction in Holistic Science from The University of Plymouth with Schumacher College (An International Ecological Centre), UK, under a scholarship from the Christensen Fund, California, USA. Zemfira has worked as a full time instructor for the Anthropology Department at American University of Central Asia and for the German International Cooperation (GIZ) in Bishkek.