Video: Kinship and Belonging – Part IV of #FutureCentralAsia

From left to right: David Montgomery, Julie Billaud, Judith Beyer

In this panel, the three discussants, David Montgomery (Washington), Julie Billaud (Geneva), and Judith Beyer (Konstanz) are discussing the following three books:

Eva-Marie Dubuisson. 2017. Living language in Kazakhstan. The dialogic emergence of an ancestral worldview. University of Pittsburgh Press

Aksana Ismailbekova. 2017. Blood ties and the native son. Indiana University Press

Julie McBrien. 2017. From belonging to belief. Modern secularisms and the construction of religion in Kyrgyzstan. University of Pittsburgh Press.

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