“Ethnography of the Kazakh steppe of the colonial period”: Online lecture by Alima Bisenova
The Tselinniy Center for Contemporary Culture conducts a series of online lectures from leading experts in Kazakhstan and other countries created under quarantine.
The first invited guest was Alima Bisenova, an assistant professor of sociology and anthropology at the School of Sciences and Humanities.
In a short lecture course “Ethnography of the Kazakh steppe of the colonial period” Alima Bisenova examines the key works of three ethnographers – Alexei Levshin (1798–1879), Chokan Valikhanov (1835–1865) and Georgy Gins (1887–1971), who worked at different times during this period.
Enjoy the lecture!