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Prof. Russell Zanca, Department of Anthropology, Northeastern Illinois University.
Areas of Specialization: Cultural Anthropology with
regional focus on Central Asia; post-Soviet economies, collectivized
farming; oral history of rural life; Islam and Muslim societies; culinary
traditions and cookery; Eurasian labor migration and globalization [as stated on the NEIU Department of Anthropology website].
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1. Hugo, Graeme
2009 Best Practice in Temporary Labour Migration for Development: A Perspective from Asia and the Pacific. International Migration (47/5).
2. Keough, Leyla J.
2006 Globalizing Postsocialism: Mobile Mothers and Neoliberalism on the Margins of Europe. Anthropological Quarterly (79/3):431-461.
3. Marat, Erica
2009 Labor Migration in Central Asia: Implications of the Global Economic Crisis. (Online Silk Road Paper).
4. Sassen, Saskia
1997 Immigration Policy in a Global Economy. SAIS Review (17/2):1-19.
5. Thieme, Susan and Karin Astrid Siegmann
2010 Coping on Women's Backs: Social Capital-Vulnerability Links through a Gender Lens. Current Sociology (58/5):715-737.
6. International Crisis Group, "Central Asia: migrants and the economic crisis." Asia Report, No. 183 (January 5, 2010).
7. Ariel Cohen
U. S. interests and Central Asia energy security. Backgrounder, No. 1984(November 15, 2006).
8. Robert O Blake Jr
"U.S. policy towards Central Asia." July 30, 2010
9. Ricahrd Weiz
Averting a new Great Game in Central Asia. The Washington Quarterly (Summer 2006): 155-167.
10. Chris Hann and Mathijs Pelkmans
Realigning religion and power in Central Asia: Islam, nation-state and (post) socialism. Europe-Asia Studies (Vol. 61, No. 9): 1517-1541.
11. Charles Buxton
NGO networks in Central Asia and global civil society: potential and limitations. Central Asian Survey (Vol. 28, No. 1): 43-58.