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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Kultur-, Sozial- und Bildungswissenschaftliche Fakultät - Institut für Asien- und Afrikawissenschaften

Dr. Philipp Schröder


 

Email: pschroeder [at] asa.hu-berlin.de

 

Tel.: +49 30 2093 66050

Office: Invalidenstraße 118, room 208

 

Consultation hours:

in winter term 16/17:
Tuesday 2-3:30 p.m.T

 

please register into the list posted at the office door!

 

Consultation after the 07 February 2017 is only possible via email.

 

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Curriculum Vitae

Research

Recent / Upcoming Presentations

Recent / Upcoming Teaching

Publications

Academic Management

Consultancy

Memberships and Cooperations

 


 
Curriculum Vitae

Philipp Schröder studied Cultural/Social Anthropology and Political Sciences at the University of Tübingen, the Free University Berlin and the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. From 2006 until 2011, he was a member of the research group on ‘Integration and Conflict’ at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle/Saale.

In 2012, he joined the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin to work on his post-doctoral research project entitled ‘The “China-Business” – An Ethnography of Kyrgyz Traders and their Translocal Livelihoods in-between 'Home', China, and Russia’.

Philipp Schröder has taught at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, the American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan), the University of Hamburg and Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg as well as during various summer schools funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). He is an associate researcher at the "Institute for Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies" (ISEK) of the University Zurich, and an associate member of CASCA (Halle-Zurich Centre for the Anthropological Study of Central Asia). Furthermore, he is a research affiliate at the "International Security and Development Center" (ISDC, Berlin).

His research interests are identity, integration and conflict; political economies, societal change and mobilities; urban spaces, youth (cultures) and masculinities; Central Asia and Eurasia (in particular Kyrgyzstan, Russia and China).

In 2016-2017, he will serve as an interim professor for the cross-section "Islam in Asian and African Societies" at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

Philipp Schröder has consulted on various projects of development cooperation in Central Asia on behalf of the German Federal Foreign Office (AA), Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), the World Bank, UN Women and the University of Central Asia (UCA). He is a Country of Origin Information (COI) expert for the ‘Rights in Exile Programme’.

 

To see a full version of the CV, please click here.

 

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Research

Current research projects

  • The 'China-Business' - An Ethnography of Kyrgyz Traders and their Translocal Livelihoods in-between 'Home', China and Russia (research for habilitation thesis, funded by VolkswagenStiftung).
  • 'Angst in the City?' - Urban Emotional Landscapes and Social Marginality in Novosibirsk, Russia (with Prof. Dr. J. Otto Habeck, Universität Hamburg; BIC) more information here
  • 'The Quarters of Bishkek': Territory and Kyrgyzstan's Urban Youth Culture from the 1970s until Now (with Dr. Emil Nasritdinov, American University of Central Asia), more information here
  • Research documentary: Kyrgyzstan's New Nomads: Documentary about Kyrgyz Entrepreneurs and "Globalization from Below" along the "New Silk Road" (with Mirjam Leuze, TOPOS film).

 

Previous research projects

  • 2014: Perspectives from Youth(Work) - An Analysis on Gender, Religion and Traditionalism in Kyrgyzstan (for project "Prospects for Youth", Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, GIZ; see factsheet here).
  • 2012: Conflict and Everyday Life - The Ethnographic Embedding of the 2010 Violent Incidents in Southern Kyrgyzstan (sponsord by the DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service).
  • 2007-2011: From Shanghai to Iug-2: Integration and Identification among and beyond the Male Youth of a Bishkek Neighbourhood (for PhD dissertation, at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology; more infomation here).

 

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Recent / Upcoming Presentations
  • From ‘Wild Capitalism’ to Business 2.0 - Ethnographic Insights on Kyrgyz Entrepreneurs in Eurasia. Presentation at the 17th Annual Conference of the Central Eurasian Studies Society (CESS); Princeton University (NJ, USA); November 03-06, 2016.
  • 'New Silk Road' - Livelihoods, Regimes and Goods in contemporary Eurasia. Presentation at the conference 'EASA2016: Anthropological legacies and human futures' in the panel 'P136: The political life of commodities'; University of Milano-Bicocca (Italy; more info here); July 20-23, 2016.
  • Ethics and Ethnography. Lecture at the DFG Research Training Group 'Transnational Social Support' of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and University of Hildesheim (in Hildesheim, Germany); June 27, 2016.
  • "We have come a long way…" - On old-school merchants and new entrepreneurs of the former Soviet Periphery. Presentation in the lecture series 'Asia Update'; University of Amsterdam (Netherlands); June 16, 2016.
  • Illustrating Eurasian ‘Globalization’: 
From Migration & Economy 
to Culture & Politics. Presentation on behalf of: Roundtable "Labour, Migration & Integration - Globalisation Processes in Eurasia”, ASA-Programm, Werftpfuhl (Germany); June 10, 2016.
  • Transcultural Kyrgyzness? Insights from Mobile Lifeworlds in-between Central Asia, Russia and China. Presentation in the lecture series of Prof. Dr. Nadja-Christina Schneider entitled 'Transculturality and Migration: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives' (program here) at the Institute for Asian and African Studies; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; June 2, 2016.
  • Qualitative Tracking Study. Presentation in the progress workshop on the 'Social Cohesion Through Community-Based Development', held by the University of Central Asia, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute and the International Security and Development Center; University of Central Asia, Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan, further info on the project here); February 26, 2016.
  • Is taking part truely everything? Participant Observation as a Method and Way of Positioning in the Ethnographic Field. Presentation in the lecture series 'Methods of Area Studies: Between Methodology and Research Practice' at the Institute for Asian and African Studies; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; June 17, 2015.
  • Time, Space and Urbanity in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan's Capital. Presentation in the seminar 'City and Urbanity' at the Institute for Asian and African Studies; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; June 10, 2015.
  • The Economics of Translocality - Epistemographic Observations from a Fieldwork on Traders in(-between) Russia, China and Kyrgyzstan. Intermediary book workshop 'Exploring Translocality: Methodological Reflections and Ethnographic Cases'; American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan); April 07-08, 2015.
  • Angst in the City? Negotiating Ethnic and Sexual Diversity in Novosibirsk (Russia). Presentation together with Prof. Dr. J. Otto Habeck at the 3rd Borders & Identity Conference (BIC), hosted by the Centers for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (GWZ); Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; March 16-19, 2015.
  • 'Pioneers of Trade' - Kyrgyzstan's First Capitalist Generation; Presentation at the Institute for Social Anthropology and Empirical Cultural Studies; University Zurich (Switzerland, see here); March 03, 2015.
  • Kyrgyzstan's New Nomads: Migration, Business and Identity in Eurasia. Lecture at the Department of Anthropology; University Hamburg (program here); January 13, 2015.
  • “My ne churki” - “We are no tree stumps”: Negotiating Beloging and Identity among Kyrgyz in Novosibirsk (Russia). Lecture at the Institute for Asian and African Studies; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; December 16, 2014.

  • 'No risk, no champagne' - skills, success and the 'culture of decision-taking' among post-Soviet businessmen from Kyrgyzstan. Presentation in the workshop 'Ordinary extraordinary. Anthropology of risk, limits and exposure' in the panel 'Voluntary risk taking edgework'; University College London (United Kingdom; program here); November 06-07, 2014.
  • On Cultural Concessions and Ethnographic Positionings – A Methodological Comparison of two Fieldworks in Kyrgyzstan and Siberia. Lecture in the colloquium of Prof. Dr. Gabriele Rosenthal; Georg-August-Universität Göttingen; May 26, 2014.
  • Kyrgyz Middlemen in Guangzhou – Business-making and More in China’s ‘Factory of the World’. Lecture in the CASI Public Seminar Series; Central Asian Studies Institute (CASI); American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan; more info here); March 25, 2014.
  • Translocality and Ethnography. Lecture in the seminar of Dr. Emil Nasritdinov ‘Globalization, Migration, and Transnationalism’. Department of Anthropology; American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan); March 17, 2014.
  • Business, Livelihood and Well-Being – Kyrgyz Traders in-between ‚Home’ and Novosibirsk (Russia). Presentation in the conference 'The Visible and Invisible. Institutions and Identities in Contemporary Central Asia' in the panel 'Mobility and Migration' at the „Centre of Anthropological Studies on Central Asia“ (CASCA Halle-Zurich); University Zurich (program here); December 20-21, 2013.
  • Respect, Solidarity and Age – Some Insights on my Positing within/towards a Group of Young Kyrgyz Males. Conference of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Völkerkunde; Panel 'Positioning in the Field'; Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz; October 02-05, 2013.
  • Avoidance vs. Appropriation – Notes on Urban Space in Bishkek. Workshop 'Tracing Migration and Global Connectedness – Urban Contexts in Central Asia and Beyond'; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (program here); May 30-31, 2013.
  • Commentator in Panel Life-historical Perspectives on Socialism in Kyrgyzstan. Workshop: 'Ein Blick zurück im Zorn oder gibt es ein richtiges Leben im Falschen? Biographische Erinnerungen von Geschichtslehrern an den Sozialismus'; Georg Eckert Institut für internationale Schulbuchforschung, Braunschweig; April 25-26, 2013.
  • Across Borders: Researching Translocal Livelihoods in-between Central Asia, Russia, China and the Middle East (together with Prof. Dr. Manja Stephan). Crossroads Asia Conference 'Figurations of Mobility'; Panel ‘Framing Migration: State and Non-State’; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (program here); November 22-24, 2012.
  • Ainura's US-Career – The Spatial and Social Mobility of a Young Kyrgyz Woman. Workshop 'Mobility and Identity – Perspectives from Central Asia'; Panel 'International Organizations and Mobility'; University Zurich (program here); May 25-27, 2012.

 

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Recent / Upcoming Teaching
  • Contemporary Muslim Youth and Lifestyles
    Institute for Asian and African Studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Winter Term 2016/17
  • Spiritual Markets and Marketed Spiritualities: People, Beliefs and Economies
    Institute for Asian and African Studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Winter Term 2016/17
  • Migrations, Middle Classes and Modernities: An Ethnographic Comparison of Central Asia and China
    Institute for Asian and African Studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Winter Term 2016/17
  • Ethnographische Werkstatt (Lesen, Schreiben, Präsentieren)
    Institute for Asian and African Studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Winter Term 2016/17
  • Methodenwerkstatt Regionalwissenschaften
    Institute for Asian and African Studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Winter Term 2016/17
  • Translocal Matters - Ethnographic Explorations of Belongings, Sociabilities and Spiritualities in(between) Amsterdam and Berlin (together with Dr. Barak Kalir, Universiteit van Amsterdam). Institute for Asian and African Studies; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Summer Term 2016.
  • Islam and Spirituality in times of Socialism and post-Socialism. Institute for Asian and African Studies; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Summer Term 2016.
  • Anthropological Studies on Religion, Trade and Livelihood in Asia and Africa. Institute for Asian and African Studies; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Summer Term 2016.
  • Seminar sessions in the topics Economies and Well-Being, Ethnographic Method and Interview Techniques. DAAD Summer School 'Power, Identity and Economy: Dimensions of Perception and Conflict in Central Asia'. Issyk-Kul (Kyrgyzstan); August 2015.
  • Angst in the City? Ethnographic Research on Emotion and Exclusion in Hamburg and Berlin (together with Prof. Dr. J. Otto Habeck, Universität Hamburg); Institute for Asian and African Studies; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (funded by bologna.lab, International Office at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin); Summer Term 2015.
  • The Quarters of Bishkek: Territory and Kyrgyzstan's Urban Youth Culture from the 1970s until Now (together with Dr. Emil Nasritdinov). Department of Anthropology; American University of Central Asia, Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan); Winter Term 2014/2015.
  • Seminar sessions on the topics Resources and Migration in Central Asia, Economic Anthropology and Ethnographic Methods. DAAD Summer School 'Resources and Conflicts in Central Asia'. Issyk-Kul (Kyrgyzstan); August 2014.
  • Exploring Urbanity: Berlin as an Ethnographic Laboratory (together with Prof. Dr. Manja Stephan-Emmrich). Institute for Asian and African Studies; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Summer Term 2014.
  • Seminar sessions on the topics Research Methodology, Urban Space, Ethnicity and Social Organization as part of the ‘Senior Thesis Seminar’. Department of Anthropology; American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan); March-April 2014.
  • Seminar sessions on the topics Theory of Identification and Integration, Ethnographic Research, Transnationalism, Identity and Consumption as part of the program 'Master of Arts in Central Asian Studies'. Central Asian Studies Institute; American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan); March-April 2014.
  • ‘Goods Everywhere!’ – Ethnographic Case Studies of Trader(s) within the Context of Politics, Religion and Identity. Institute for Asian and African Studies; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Winter Term 2013/2014.
  • Seminar sessions on the topics Regionalism and other Identifications in Kyrgyzstan and Ethnographic Methods. DAAD Summer School 'Society and Conflict in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan' in Dushanbe (Tajikistan); July 2013.
  • Guest-lecturing two sessions on Urban Social Networks, Seminar 'How to study the religious in urban spaces? Anthropological approaches and ethnographic exercises' (Prof Dr. Manja Stephan). Institute for Asian and African Studies; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Summer Term 2013.
  • 'Ethnicity, Inc.?' Ethnological Perspectives on the Intertwinement of Global Economy and Multiple Identities. Institute for Asian and African Studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Summer Term 2013.
  • Translocality: Religion, Identity and Integration in Cross-Border Contexts. Institute for Asian and African Studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Winter Term 2012/2013.
  • Seminar sessions on the topics Ethnicity in Central Asia, Ethnographic Methods and Anthropology of Conflict. DAAD Summer School 'Ethnicity, Conflict and Memory – Experiencing Violence and Talking Peace in South Kyrgyzstan and the Ferghana Valley' in Osh (Kyrgyzstan); September 2012.

 

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Publications

Forthcoming / Work in Progress

  • Schröder, Philipp. Bishkek Boys: Neighbourhood Youth and Urban Change in Kyrgyzstan's Capital. (to appear with Berghahn Series, 'Integration and Conflict Studies' in association with Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Halle/Saale)
  • Stephan-Emmrich, Manja and Philipp Schröder (eds.). Translocalities and Translations: Mobilities, Boundaries, and Travelling Ideas. Case Studies from Central Asia and the Caucasus. (edited volume book project)

  • Schröder, Philipp. The Economics of Translocality - Epistemographic Observations from a Fieldwork on Traders in(-between) Russia, China and Kyrgyzstan (section for edited volume on 'Translocalities and Translations: Mobilities, Boundaries, and Travelling Ideas. Case Studies from Central Asia and the Caucasus’).

  • Schröder, Philipp. From Shanghai to Iug-2...and What Now? Traces of (Re-)Claiming Bishkek from a Multi-temporal Fieldwork among Urban Men. (section for edited volume on ‘(Re-)Claiming Bishkek’, together with Emil Nasritdinov)
  • Lindenberg, Jolanda; Philipp Schröder, Olumide Abimbola and Kirstin Pfeifer. Integrating the Urban. Ethnographic insights from cities in Kyrgyzstan, Belgium, Morocco and Benin. (collaborative book project)

 

Published

  • Habeck, Joachim Otto and Schröder, Philipp (Hg.) 2016. Angst in the City?  EthnoScripts 18 (1)
  • Habeck, Joachim Otto and Schröder, Philipp 2016. Editorial: From Siberia with Love or Angst in the City? On the Idea of Merging Research Projects in Novosibirsk and Co-Teaching in Hamburg and Berlin. In: Ethnoscripts, 18 (1): 5-24.
  • Schröder, Philipp (ed.) 2016. Urban Spaces and Lifestyles in Central Asia and Beyond: An Introduction. In: Central Asian Survey, 35(2): 145-156 (special issue).
  • Schröder, Philipp 2016. Avoidance and Appropriation in Bishkek: Dealing with Time, Space and Urbanity in Kyrgyzstan's Capital. In: Central Asian Survey, 35(2): 218-236.
  • Nasritdinov, Emil and Philipp Schröder 2016. From Frunze to Bishkek. Soviet Territorial Youth Formations and Their Decline in the 1990-s and 2000-s. In: Central Asian Affairs, 3(1): 1-28.
  • Schröder, Philipp 2015. Review on: Schmoller, Jesko: Achieving a Career, Becoming a Master. Aspirations in the Lives of Young Uzbek Men. In: Central Asian Survey: 1-3.
  • Schröder, Philipp 2015. Youth(work) and Gender - The Case of Kyrgyzstan. In: German Federal Enterprise for International Cooperation (GIZ).
  • Schröder, Philipp 2015. Ainuras Amerikanische Karriere. Räumliche und Soziale Mobilität einer jungen Kirgisin [Ainura’s American Career: The Spatial and Social Mobility of a Young Kyrgyz Woman]. In: Déjà Lu, Issue 3, 2015 (E-Journal of the World Council of Anthropological Associations).
  • Schröder, Philipp 2014. „Der deutsche Bruder in unserem Hof“: Respekt, Solidarität und distanzierbare Nähe' als Aspekte meiner Verortung in einer Nachbarschaftsgemeinschaft kirgisischer Männer [‘The German Brother in our Yard’: Respect, Solidarity and ‘distanced proximity’ as Aspects of my Positioning in a Neighbourhood Community of Kyrgyz Men]. In: Sociologus, 64(2): 155-178.
  • Schröder, Philipp and Manja Stephan-Emmrich 2014. The Institutionalization of Mobility: Well-being and Social Hierarchies in Central Asian Translocal Livelihoods. In: Mobilities. [print version: Mobilities 2016, 11(3): 420-443].
  • Schröder, Philipp 2013. Ainuras Amerikanische Karriere. Räumliche und Soziale Mobilität einer jungen Kirgisin [Ainura’s American Career: The Spatial and Social Mobility of a Young Kyrgyz Woman]. In: Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, 138, 235-258.
  • Schröder, Philipp 2012. 'Urbanizing' Bishkek: interrelations of boundaries, migration, group size and opportunity structure. In: S. Kirmse (ed.) Youth in the former Soviet South: everyday lives between experimentation and regulation. London: Routledge, 73-87.
  • Schröder, Philipp 2012. From Shanghai to Iug-2: integration and identification among and beyond the male youth of a Bishkek neighbourhood. PhD Thesis, Philos. Fak. I, Martin-Luther-Univ. Halle-Wittenberg, Halle/Saale.

  • Schröder, Philipp 2011. Der Alltag der 'revolutionären' Jugend Kirgistans [The Everyday Life of Kyrgyzstan’s ‘Revolutionary’ Youth]. In: Zentralasien-Analysen Nr. 48, 2-5.
  • Schröder, Philipp 2010. 'Urbanizing' Bishkek: interrelations of boundaries, migration, group size and opportunity structure. In: Central Asian Survey, 29:4, 453-467.
  • Schröder, Philipp 2007. Bischkek nach oder vor der Revolution? Integration, Konflikt und Identifikation unter Jugendlichen in einem post-sowjetischen urbanen Kontext [Bishkek After or Before the Revolution? Integration, Conflict and Identification among Youth in a post-Soviet Urban Context]. In: Bericht / Max-Planck-Institut für ethnologische Forschung, Abteilung I: Integration und Konflikt, 2007, 149-151.
  • Schröder, Philipp 2007. Schauspiel, Ideologie und Selbstdarstellung – Beschreibungen zum sibirischen Schamanismus zwischen dem 18. und 21. Jahrhundert im Kontext der Writing Culture-Debatte [Spectacle, Ideology and Self-Representation – Descriptions of Siberian Shamanism between the 18th and 21st Century in Light of the Writing Culture-Debate]. In: Anthropos 102.2007, 135-156.

  • Schröder, Philipp 2006. ‚Dagaalka sokeeye’ – Gegen einen engen Vertrauten kämpfen. Der somalische Bürgerkrieg aus den Blickwinkeln ethnologischer und politikwissenschaftlicher Konflikttheorien [‘Dagaalka Sokeeye – To Fight the Familiar’. The Somali Civil War from the Perspectives of Ethnological and Political Science Conflict Theories]. Berlin: LIT-Verlag.
    (published M.A. thesis)

  • Schröder, Philipp 2006. Review on: Yurkova, Irina: Der Alltag der Transformation. Kleinunternehmerinnen in Usbekistan [Yurkova, Irina. The Everyday Life of Transformation. Small Buinesswomen in Uzbekistan]. In: Anthropos, 101.2006, 332-334.

 

Peer-Reviewing

  • Nationalities Papers
  • Sibirica
  • Central Asian Survey
  • Globalizations

 

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Academic Management
  • Project leader and teacher at the Summer School 'Power, Identity and Economy: Dimensions of Perception and Conflict in Central Asia'. Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan. Funded by the DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service; August 2015.
  • Co-organizer Workshop 'Exploring Translocality: Methodological Reflections and Ethnographic Cases'. American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan); April 07-08, 2015.
  • Project leader and teacher at the Summer School 'Resources and  Conflicts in Central Asia'. Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan. Funded by the DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service; August 2014.
  • Co-organizer and teacher at the Summer School 'Society and Conflict in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan'. Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Funded by the DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service; July 2013.
  • Co-organizer Workshop 'Tracing Migration and Global Connectedness - Urban Contexts in Central Asia and Beyond'. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany); May 30-31, 2013.
  • Co-organizer and teacher at the Summer School 'Ethnicity, Conflict and Memory - Experiencing Violence and Talking Peace in South Kyrgyzstan and the Ferghana Valley'. Osh, Kyrgyzstan. Funded by the DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service; September 2012.

 

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Consultancy

 

 

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Memberships and Cooperations

 

Research Affiliate at the International Security and Development Center (ISCD), Berlin.

 

Associate Researcher at the Institute for Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies (ISEK), University Zurich, Switzerland (see here).

 

 

 

Associate Member of CASCA (Halle-Zurich Centre for the Anthropological Study of Central Asia, for more information see here).

 

 

Member of the Steering Committee at the Central Asian Studies Institute (CASI), American University of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan (for more information see here).

 

Supervisor for selected BA-students in Anthropology and MA-studens in Central Asian Studies of the American University of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan.

 

 

 

External cooperation partner for the research project "Informal Markets and Trade in Eurasia"
(see here)
 

 

 

 

Cooperation in supervising selected PhD candidates of the program "Moving Matters: People, Goods,
                                                     Power and Ideas"
, Amsterdam Institute for Social
                                          Science Research (AISSR) (see here)

 

Membership in Deutsche Gesellschaft für Völkerkunde (DGV, German Anthropological Association).

 

Membership in Central Eurasian Studies Society (CESS).

 

 

Membership in the European Association of Social Anthropologist (easa).

 

 

 

Membership in Mugalim. Zukunft bilden!

 

 

 

 

 
 

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