Central Asia Fellowship Papers No. 15, February 2016
By Serik Beissembayev
Serik Beissembayev is a sociologist at the “Strategy” Center for Social and Political Studies (Almaty, Kazakhstan). He received his M.A. in sociology from Al-Farabi Kazakh National University. In 2014-2015 he was a fellow of the Bolashak International Scholarship of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan and of the Soros Foundation Kazakhstan Public Policy Initiative. He has extensive experience in planning and concept development of sociological investigations. He is an author of several analytical publications on social and political issues in Kazakhstan, and he currently conducts research on Kazakh nationalism.
- Improving Governance in Kazakhstan’s Mining Towns
- The Northern Region and the Southern People: Migration Policies and Patterns in Kazakhstan
- Ethnic Return Migration in Kazakhstan: Shifting State Dynamics, Changing Media Discourses
- Contemporary Art as a Public Forum in Kazakhstan
- Propiska as a Tool of Discrimination in Central Asia