Dr Rano Turaeva-Hoehne

Researcher

CV

Since 08/2018: Researcher at the IfL

09/2015–03/2016: Visiting researcher at the IfL

2010–2015: Associated researcher, Max-Planck-Institute for Social Anthropology, Department of Integration and conflict, Halle (Saale), Germany

2012–2014: Part-time lecturer at the Institute for Social Anthropology of the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany. Courses taught: Anthropology of State: critical perspective on governance, power and public health; Anthropology and war, Anthropology of Law

2010–2011: Senior researcher, ZEF Center for Development Research Bonn, Germany, Research field: Policy Research in the sphere of agricultural management, resource management and innovation systems in Uzbekistan more

2005–2010: PhD research at Max-Planck-Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle (Saale); PhD in Social Anthropology, dissertation theme: “Identification, Discrimination and Communication: Khorezmian migrants in Tashkent” more

2002–2004: Faculty member, World Languages University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

1997–2001: Faculty member, Urgench State University, Uzbekistan

Research interests

Migration and migration politics, political Islam, informal economies, human trafficking, state and citizenship, media and identity, mobility and space, order and disorder

Projects

Survival strategies and new spatial formats in former mining towns at the post-Soviet peripheries

Completed projects

Mining Cities in Central Asia and the South Caucasus

Publications

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Turaeva, Rano
(2014)
Private initiative, religious education and family values : a case study of a brides’ school in Tashkent. -
In: Uzbekistan Initiative Papers, 2014
Turaeva, Rano
(2014)
Linguistic and Social Contradictions within Uzbek National Identity. -
In: Historiography and National-Building among Turkic Populations, Papers, 5 (2014-00-00)
Turaeva, Rano
(2014)
Mobile entrepreneurs in post-Soviet central Asia : micro-orders of tirikchilik. -
In: Communist and Post-communist Studies, 47 (2014-00-00), 1, S. 105 - 114
Turaeva, Rano / Hornidge, Anna-Katharina
(2013)
From Knowledge ecology to innovation systems : innovations in the sphere of agriculture in Uzbekistan. -
In: Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice, 15 (2013-00-00), 2, S. 184 - 195
Turaeva, Rano
(2013)
From Rhetoric to Identification : miscommunication in inter-ethnic contact. -
In: Anthropology of Middle East, 8 (2013-00-00), 2, S. 21 - 45
Turaeva, Rano
(2013)
Post-Soviet Uncertainties : micro-orders of Central Asian migrants in Russia. -
In: Inner Asia, 15 (2013-00-00), S. 273 – 292
Turaeva, Rano
(2012)
Innovation policies in Uzbekistan : path taken by ZEFa project on innovations in the sphere of agriculture. -
In: Center for Development Research working paper, 90 (2012-00-00)
Turaeva, Rano
(2012)
Propiska regime in post-Soviet space; regulating mobility and residence : regulating mobility and residence. -
Turaeva, Rano
(2011)
Impact of post-Soviet governance on implementing innovations in agriculture. -
In: Science Brief ZUR, 22 (2011-00-00)
Turaeva, Rano
(2010)
Identification, discrimination and communication : Khorezmian migrants in Tashkent. -
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Contact

Dr Rano Turaeva-Hoehne
Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde
Schongauerstr. 9
04328 Leipzig
Germany

Tel.: +49 341 600 55-183
R_Turaeva(at)ifl-leipzig.de

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