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CESS award-winner Roberto Carmack’s “’True Sons and Daughters of the Kazakh People’: Frontline Propaganda Among Kazakh Soldiers, 1941-1945”

CESS Grad Student Award 2013At the last CESS Conference in Madison, Wisconsin (October 2013), Roberto Carmack was awarded the 2013 CESS Graduate Student Paper Award.  Roberto is a PhD candidate in the history department at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.  He is currently completing his dissertation, entitled “The Mobilized and the Repressed: The Peoples of Kazakhstan at War, 1941-1945”.   Continue reading CESS award-winner Roberto Carmack’s “’True Sons and Daughters of the Kazakh People’: Frontline Propaganda Among Kazakh Soldiers, 1941-1945”

The 2013 CESS Conference – Live!

Last night, the 14th Annual Central Eurasian Studies Society conference began.  It runs from Oct. 3 – 6 at the University of Wisconsin – Madison and is hosted by the Center for Russia, East Europe and Central Asia (CREECA).  Click here for the conference program.  The conference is housed in the Pyle Center right on Lake Mendota.
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