CAW: Borders, Ethnicity & Conflict: The Ferghana Valley Border Closing
Led by Ali Hamdan
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Megoran, Nick (2006). “For Ethnography in Political Geography: Experiencing and re-imagining Ferghana Valley Boundary Closures.” Political Geography
Megoran, Nick (2007). “On Researching ‘Ethnic Conflict’:Epistemology, Politics, and a Central Asian Boundary Dispute.” Europe-Asia Studies
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