LECTURE- Nava'i Lecture in Central Asian Studies, Benjamin Loring, Dec. 3
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The Nineteenth Annual Nava'i Lecture in Central Asian Studies
A Colonial Endeavor: Soviet Economic Development in Kyrgyzstan, 1921-1935
with Dr. Benjamin H. Loring,
Post-Doctoral Fellow in Central Asian Studies
Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Reception will follow the lecture.
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Dr. Loring's lecture will discuss the Soviet economic integration of
Central Asia and its consequences for Kyrgyzstan's economy and society
in the 1920s and early 1930s.
Benjamin H. Loring is currently the Postdoctoral Fellow in Central
Asian Affairs at Georgetown University's Center for Eurasian, Russian,
and East European studies (CERES). He received his Ph.D. in
Comparative History from Brandeis University in August, 2008. Dr.
Loring's dissertation, "Building Socialism in Kyrgyzstan:
Nation-Making, Rural Development, and Social Change, 1921-1932,"
included extensive archival research in Russia and Kyrgyzstan, for
which he received fellowships from IREX, the Department of Education,
and the American Councils.
Since receiving his Ph.D., Dr. Loring has been teaching a course at
CERES, "The History and Politics of Central Asia," and revising and
expanding his dissertation for publication. His article, a study of
resistance to collectivization titled "Rural Dynamics and Peasant
Resistance in Southern Kyrgyzstan, 1929-1930," will be published in
early 2009 in Cahiers du Monde russe, the Russian history journal of
the École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS).
Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies
Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service
Box 571031,ICC 111
Washington, DC 20057-1031
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