Modern Middle East, Modern Central Asia and the Soviet Union
Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1998
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Marianne Kamp joined the UW History department in 2000. She earned her PhD from the University of Chicago's Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations in 1998. Her primary research interests concern Central Asia in the Soviet period. Her book, The New Woman in Uzbekistan: Islam, Modernity, and Unveiling under Communism (University of Washington Press 2006) is based on archival and oral history research conducted in Uzbekistan. She has published numerous articles and book chapters concerning gender, oral history, and collectivization of agriculture in Central Asia. Kamp holds adjunct appointments in Gender and Women's Studies, International Studies, and Religious Studies, and has served as the director of the Gender and Women's Studies Program at University of Wyoming. She is the president-elect of the Central Eurasian Studies Society (2010-2013).
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