Jun 12

The Kazakh Famine and its legacies: a conversation with leading Historians

The cube at the site for future monuments for victims of the Soviet famine (1931-1933) in the center of Almaty, Kazakhstan (Ds02006 / Public domain)

The University of Exeter Central Asian Network (EXCAS) and the Oxford Society for the Caspian and Central Asia (TOSCCA) are pleased to be organising a webinar and discussion forum on the 1930-32 Kazakh Famine, in which the following participants will be discussing their research and publications:

Prof. Zhulduzbek Abylkhozhin, Kazakh-British Technical University and Institute of History and Ethnography, Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty.

Prof. Sarah Cameron, University of Maryland

Dr Robert Kindler, Humboldt University, Berlin

Prof. Arailym Mussagaliyeva, L. N. Gumilev Eurasian National University, Nur-Sultan

Dr Isabelle Ohayon, CERCEC/CNRS, Paris

Prof. Niccolo Pianciola, Lingnan University, Hong Kong

Chair: Dr Alexander Morrison, New College, Oxford.

The forum will be held on Zoom from 1-3pm BST on Friday 19th June, accessible at the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86823757564?pwd=aHlndlgvL0REU0pqbERkUHh3L1F2QT09

Each speaker will speak for 5-10 minutes, followed by a general discussion in which the audience are encouraged to ask questions and participate. The languages of the forum are English and Russian. Please note that the meeting will be recorded.

We hope to see you there!