Gulmira Sultangalieva

Chercheuse invitée du programme DEA
Séjour du 6 mai au 2 juin 2019

Gulmira Sultangalieva est professeure à la faculté d'histoire de l'Université nationale kazakhe al Farabi. Elle est diplômée de l’Université d’Etat du Kazakhstan, nommée d'après S.M. Kirov. Gulmira Sultangalieva a été récompensée à deux reprises par une subvention du ministère de l'Éducation de RK "Le meilleur professeur d'université" (2008, 2011). Elle a été chercheuse invitée du Centre de recherche slave de l'Université d'Hokkaido, professeur invitée de l'Université du Wisconsin et a obtenu une bourse de l'Institut d'histoire allemande de Moscou. Elle est ambassadrice de l'université d'Hokkaido (2018-2020, Japon).

Le projet 

Titre : Élite régionale des peuples nomades de l'empire russe: études comparatives des empires (XVIIIe-XXe siècles)

Mots-clés : Recherche comparative de la politique de l’Empire russe, des nomades de l’histoire sociale de l’Eurasie centrale, de la formation de responsables kazakhs au 19ème siècle, du rôle des mollahs tatars et des traducteurs dans la steppe kazakh (18-19-siècles)

Sélection de publications

Livres :

  1. Volost’ and volostnye upravitely Collection of documents and materials. Almaty: Kazakh university. Edited by Sultangalieva G. 2018.298p.
  2. The Institute of volosts in the management system of the Kazakh steppe XIX - early XX centuries  Almaty: Kazakh university. Edited by  Sultangalieva G. 2018. 396 p.
  3. The nomadic peoples of Central Eurasia, XVIII-XIX centuries: the comparative historical analysis of the policy of the Russian Empire. Collected articles. Sultangalieva G. (edit.) Almaty "Kazakh University" 2015. - 296s.
  4. Kazakh officials on the service of the Russian Empire. Collection of documents and materials. Edited by Sultangalieva G. Almaty: Kazakh university. 2014.418p.
  5. History of Aktobe 20-40-s.XXc. in the documents. Aktobe. 2010
  6. The toponymy of the Aktobe region: historical and etymological description, classification, and strategy of renaming. Altobe.2009 (co-authors –Urasaeva K, Utalieva Zh)
  7. Journals and official notes of diplomat Tevkelev on history and ethnography of Kazakhstan Almaty.2005.T.3 481 p.
  8. History of Aktobe Uyezd (1868 - 1917). Aktobe.2005.264p.
  9. West Kazakhstan in the system of ethnocultural contacts (the XVIIIth – the beginning of the XXth c.c.), Ufa. 2001.-262p.

Articles :

  1. Distance and Distance Chiefs of the Kazakhs of the Orenburg Province (1830–1860)  (co-author Zh. Dyussembekova) Bylye Gody. 2018. Vol. 50. Is. 4. P.1575-1583
  2. Understanding of Kazakh volost by Russian officials of the XIX century)  (co-author Dalaeva T., Malikov B. ) Bylye Gody.  2017, Vol. 46, Is. 4. 1322-1332
  3. Казахские чиновники Российской империи 19в.: особенности восприятия власти // Cahiers du monde russe. 2015/4 Vol. 56 .p. 651 -680
  4. The Place of Kazakhstan in the Study of Central Asia. Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History. 16,2 (Spring, 2015).P.346-358. (on English)
  5. Kazakh perceptions of Tatar officials in the Russian (Imperial) Administration in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries //Proceedings of the XIIth Conference of the European Society for Central Asian Studies Central Asia: A Maturing Field Cambridge Scientific Publishers. 2015. P.203-218 (on English)
  6. The role of the pristavstvo institution in the context of Russian imperial policies in the Kazakh Steppe in the nineteenth century //Central Asian Survey 2014. Vol. 33, No. 1, p.62–79. (on English)
  7. Diploma at the noble rank of sultan. // Historical Archive. Moscow 2014. № 4 P.174-186 ( with T. Dalaeva) (on Russian)
  8. What is the difference between the shaman and neoshamanom? New Research of Tuva. №4. 2014. P.179-184(on Russian)
  9. Kazakh assessors of Orenburg Boundary Commission (first half of the XIX century.) // Bulletin of KazNU. Al-Farabi. Historical Series. №4.2013.C.30-36(on Russian)
  10. Novoileksk Line as the Boundary between Asia and Europe in a Historical Context //Borders and Transborder Processes in Eurasia, edited by Sergei V. Sevastianov, Paul Richardson, and Anton A. Kireev. Vladivostok: Dalnauka. 2013. С. 78-98. (on English)
  11. Central Asian policy of Russia and Tatar translators //History of Tatars from the ancient times Kazan. 2013 V.6. 339-342 p. (on Russian)
  12. The contribution of the Tatar translators in the study of history and culture of the Kazakh people //History of Tatars from the ancient times. Kazan. 2013 V.6. 351-357 p. (on Russian)
  13. Tatars in the administration of Kazakhstan (the first half of the nineteenth century.)//History of Tatars from the ancient times Kazan. 2013 V.6. 360-363 p. (on Russian)
  14. Influence of the Tatars of the Volga-Ural region on process of development of agriculture
  15. in Kazakhs and the policy of the Russian authorities (the first half of the nineteenth
  16. century.)//History of Tatars from the ancient times Kazan. 2013 V.6. 357-360 p. (on Russian)
  17. The Russian Empire and the Intermediary Role of Tatars in Kazakhstan: The Politics of Cooperation and Rejection, from the Second Half of the Eighteenth to the Early Twentieth Century// Asiatic Russia: Imperial Power in Regional and International Contexts. London,2012 (on English)
  18. Trading market of the Southern Urals and Western Kazakhstan: problems of interregional interaction (the second half of the eighteenth XIXc.) / / The Volga-Ural region in the imperial space of the eighteenth XVIII-XIX c. Moscow: Oriental Literature. 2011(on Russian)