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The unequal burdens of repatriation: A gendered view of the transnational migration of Mongolia’s Kazakh Population. Keynote Lecture for Museum Exhibit Opening. Werner, Cynthia and Holly Barcus. Physiographically, Mongolia and Kazakhstan are largely comprised of grassland steppe, although both countries also contain other eco-regions including deserts, mountains and forests. “Modern Nomads: Transnational Migration and the Kazakh Diaspora of Western Mongolia. Immigration to Kazakhstan for oralmandar continued to evolve during the middle transition years (1997-2002) with a new legal framework and changing annual quotas. The Kazakhs migrated seasonally to find pasturage for their livestock, including horses, sheep, goats, cattle, and a few camels. 2014. Stan Brunn. The Kazakhs mainly live in the Altai Mountains. Program to Enhance Scholarly and Creative Activities Award, Vice President for Research, Texas A&M, 2006; “Returning Home: Gender, Migration and the Kazakh Diaspora in Mongolia”, Werner. One of the primary analytical and mapping tools that she uses in her research is a Geographic Information System; an invaluable tool for assessing spatial patterns and evaluating the underlying processes and factors that influence change at multiple scales. Why do some Mongolian Kazakhs stay in Mongolia? Decision, Financial Dzungaria was subjected to mass Kazakh settlement after the defeat of the Dzungars. Uyghurs, Turkmens, and Uzbeks also has similiar look but I believe they can be distinguished from the Kazakhs.  She received her M.A. Brede, Namara*, Holly R. Barcus, Cynthia Werner.  While there, he completed independent research on the changing socio-cultural landscape of Mongolian Kazakh Islam and Muslim identity, which formed the basis for his senior honors thesis. 2009  Essentially, three distinct periods of migration are identifiable and correspond with both macro-scale changes such as changes in economic conditions and immigration policies.  The Sustainability of Rural Systems: Local and Global Challenges and Opportunities. Collaborative Research: Networks, Gender, Culture and the Migration Decision-Making Process: A Case Study of the Kazakh Diaspora in Western Mongolia. The Kazakh population is largely clustered in the far western province of Mongolia, Bayan-Ulgii Aimag, with the second and third largest clusters in Hovd Aimag and Ulaanbaatar. The Kazakhs have a rich culture, close extended families, and many traditions that are still practiced today that are centuries old. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Seattle, Washington, April 2011. "Qazaqstan" TV channel and Kanat Beisekeyev present the first episode of “The Nomads" documentary series about the life and traditions of Kazakh immigrants.  She works in both the rural United States, specifically in Appalachia and the Great Plains, and in western rural Mongolia. A Look at Contemporary Mongolia. Barcus, H. Invited Lecture. Kazakh, also spelled Kazak, an Asiatic Turkic-speaking people inhabiting mainly Kazakhstan and the adjacent parts of the Uighur Autonomous Region of Sinkiang in China. What benefits does the government of Kazakhstan provide? Bayan-Ulgii is located in the Altai Mountain range and has the highest average elevation in Mongolia. March 6, 2009. Werner. Barcus, Holly. Werner, Cynthia. Barcus, H. Guest lecture.  Some households will move only two times, once in the spring to the summer pastures and again in the fall back to the winter pastures. 2015.  Macalester College Geography Department. Migration Letters 6(1):49-62. Late Transition Years (2002-2009) After the Mongolian revolution of 1921, a permanent border was established, partitioning Mongolia from China and Russia, and so the Kazakh herdsmen were given an accidental home within Mongolia. Thus tugan jer has been used primarily in the context of the Barcus, Holly. Women’s Interdisciplinary Seed Grant Research Award, Women’s Studies Program, Texas A&M, 2006; “Returning Home: Gender, Migration and the Kazakh Diaspora in Mongolia.”, Werner. Kazakh is the official language of Kazakhstan and a significant minority language in the Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang, China and in the Bayan-Ölgii Province of Mongolia. Omissions? Barcus, Holly. The Kazakhs believe themselves to be descended from a progenitor who had three sons from whom sprang the main divisions of the Kazakhs: the Great, Middle, and Little hordes (ordas) that occupied the eastern, central, and western parts, respectively, of what became the Kazakh khanate and is now Kazakhstan. The Kazakh people are the largest ethnic minority in Mongolia. Barcus, H. Guest lecture. 17th Annual Colloquium of the International Geographical Union Commission on the Sustainability of Rural Systems, 2009. Barcus, Holly R. and Cynthia Werner. Besides the Mongols, Mongolia has one major non-Mongolian ethnic group, the Kazakhs. and C. Werner. 2013. “Place Identity and Immobility Choices among Ethnic Minorities: Transitioning Landscapes in a Transnational Community”, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA, April 2013.  While many move with their families, others join extended family relations in Kazakhstan for the duration of their education. Mobility and Immobility in a Transnational Context: Changing Views of Migration Among the Kazakh Diaspora in Mongolia.  At the time of our study, it had a population of nearly 2.8 million people with a population density of less than 2 people per square km. From wrestlers as wedding entertainment to bona fide eagle hunters, photographer Susan Portnoy captures a world steeped in tradition and virtually untouched by modern times. The Kazaks are a Turkic/Central Asian people who entered Mongolia to escape ethnic persecution from Russia. “Nomads and Transnational Migration: Reflections on Fieldwork and Community Change in Western Mongolia.  In 1991 Kazakhstan passed the Resolution “On the Procedures and Conditions of the Relocation to Kazakh SSR for Persons of Kazakh Ethnicity from Other Republics and Abroad Willing to Work in Rural Areas.” In 1992, the quota system for Kazakhs repatriating to Kazakhstan was created through the 1992 Law on Immigration. University of British Columbia, Vancouver. She has worked as a researcher at the Social Economic Geography Department of the Institute of Geography-Geoecology of the Mongolian Academy of Science (MAS) from 2006 to 2016. Poster Presentation. Few realize, however, that ethnic Kazakhs have also been subjected to the same mass extermination and forced labor.  This is age dependent, however. Kazakhs from the Kazakh Khanates were among the peoples who moved into the depopulated Dzungaria.  The Kazakh population is concentrated in the western province of Bayan-Ulgii, a region physically separated from Kazakhstan by a 47-60 km mountainous stretch of Chinese and Russian territory. Transnational Migration, Local Economic Change and the Persistence and Adaptation of Rural Livelihoods: A Case Study of the Kazakh Diaspora in Western Mongolia. 2008. Let us know if you have suggestions to improve this article (requires login).  Human Geography of Global Issues, GEOG111, February, 2009. Amangul Shugatai is a researcher at the Department of Regional Studies, Institute of International Affairs at the Mongolian Academy of Science. What is Kazakh eagle hunting is like, and what does a competition entail?  Her research focuses on the intersection of migration and rural community change with an explicit focus on how migration of ethnic minorities is changing the composition and character of rural places. Globalizations 14(2):32-50. Currently her research is focused on Central Asia and Mongolia-Kazakhstan’s relations in Institute of International Affairs of the MAS. In Mongolia today, when Kazakhs refer to homeland, they use tugan jer to indicate native land and atameken and atajurt12 for ancestral homeland or motherland.  Numbering over 100,000 in the 2000 Census, they comprise the largest ethnic minority in Mongolia, although only 4% of the total population. GEOFEST Minnesota. In the past, they were perhaps the most influential of the various Central Asian ethnic groups. The Mongolian Kazakhs Negotiating Everyday Islam after Socialism: A Study of the Kazakhs of Bayan-Ulgii, Mongolia. Conversations About Our Scholarly Lives (CASL) sponsored by the Center for Scholarship and Teaching, 3 May 2010.  Geographische Rundschau: International Edition 3:4-10. Barcus, H.R. Invited Lecture.  The quota was intended to limit the number of migrants receiving benefits to a number that would not exceed government capacity. About nine percent of the ethnic Mongols come from the Durbet, Dariganga, and other clans. Barcus, H. Invited Lecture: “Why do all the Yurts have Satellite Dishes? (updated July 2018).  Our research is predominantly associated with Bayan-Ulgii (2006, 2008, 2009), although during the summer of 2006 we also conducted interviews in Hovd Aimag. While successful middle-aged business owners and herders are relatively satisfied with life in Mongolia, their children consider attending university in Mongolia, especially Ulaanbaatar, or Kazakhstan. 2011. Our study site in Mongolia – a brief geographic overview Association of American Geographers, 103rd  Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Dr. Cynthia Werner; www.cynthiawerner.com. During socialism and even more rapidly since 1989, there has been a gradual transformation of gender roles and gender relations. Calculate how many people belong to the Kazakh culture. Since the mid-1990s, she has conducted fieldwork in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Mongolia on topics that include transnational migration, international tourism development, bride abduction, the impacts of nuclear testing, gift exchange and bribery, and bazaar trade. Werner, C, Emmelhainz, C.*, H. Barcus. A limited amount of precipitation creates arid, non-arable pasture lands that historically have been utilized for livestock herding. “Modern Nomads: Transnational Migration and the Kazakh Diaspora of Western Mongolia. Las Vegas, Nevada. Werner, C., H. R. Barcus, N. Brede*. November 19-23, 2008. 2009.  Association of American Geographers, AAG Research Grant. The Kazakhs are the second most numerous Turkic-speaking people in Central Asia after the Uzbeks. Werner, Cynthia. During World War I and again under Soviet rule, many Kazakhs were killed in repressions or fell victim to famines; still others fled with their herds to Sinkiang in China or to Afghanistan, and the remaining nomads were eventually settled on collective farms.  Selectivity of migration increased during this period as well, reflecting both the increasing complexity as well as increased information flowing between Kazakhstan and Mongolia, leading to fewer new migrants during this period. Today, Bayan-Olgii has a distinctly Kazakh culture. Mobility and Immobility in a Transnational Context: Changing Views of Migration Among the Kazakh Diaspora in Mongolia. The Kazakhs (also spelled Kazaks, Qazaqs; Kazakh: singular: Қазақ, Qazaq,, plural: Қазақтар, Qazaqtar, ; the English name is transliterated from Russian) are a Turkic ethnic group who mainly inhabit the Ural Mountains and northern parts of Central Asia (largely Kazakhstan, but also parts of Russia, Uzbekistan, Mongolia and China), the region also known as the Eurasian sub-continent.  These political shifts significantly transformed cultural practices and economic structures within the two countries. 2008 During the summers of 2006, 2008, and 2009 we conducted interviews in Ulgii and in several rural locations across the province. 2009. 2015. 105th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Werner, Cynthia. The Kazakhs emerged in the 15th century from an amalgam of Turkic tribes who entered Transoxiana about the 8th century and of Mongols who entered the area in the 13th century. The annual quota is set for a specific number of “families,” not individuals. She received her MA in anthropology under Dr. Cynthia Werner in 2011, and her MLIS in library science in 2014. Ethnic Kazakhs number around 100,000 and are the largest minority in Mongolia. Others will move up to four times, depending on the quality of the pasture in a given year. Barcus, Holly. These changes in immigration policy and fluctuating quota numbers created a much more complex situation for Kazakhs living abroad who were considering migrating to Kazakhstan. Hunting with eagles is a traditional form of falconry found throughout the Eurasian Steppe, practised by ancient Mongolic and Turkic peoples. Migration Decision-Making, Culture, and Trans-National Identities: A Case Study of the Mongolian Kazakh Diaspora. Aid & Tuition, Admitted  Minnesota State University, Geography Department Colloquium. The Kazakhs are different people from the Mongols in many ways. 2010. Macalester College $5,950. An estimated five percent of Mongolian citizens are members of Turkic peoples, primarily Kazakhs and … 2006  Her undergraduate degree is Geographist and Geographical Teacher from Mongolia National University in 2004. Invited Lecture. Barcus, H. Transnational Kazakh Migration in Western Mongolia. From the perspective of potential migrants, increased competition for inclusion in the quota represents an important shift in the perceived benefits and availability of quota benefits. Mongolia and Kazakhstan living comparison. August 1-7. Mongolia is a landlocked country wedged between two regional giants – Russia and China. Kazakh culture is distinct here: the nomads are Muslim and they speak Kazakh in everyday life, using Mongolian only when they need to communicate with other tribes or groups. Kazakhs (Qazaqs, Kazaks) are a Turkic-speaking people living in several modern countries including (but not limited to) Kazakhstan, China, and Mongolia. She graduated from the Nanhua University of Taiwan in 2010, with a Master of Arts degree in International Relations – Asia Pacific Studies 2010. $1,000. Barcus & Brede. 1600 Grand AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55105-1899 USA What benefits does the government of Kazakhstan provide? Europe-Asia Studies: 69(10): 1557-1583. American Anthropological Association 107th Annual Meeting. This was perceived to be one of the most substantive challenges facing new migrants, especially in the current economic climate.  Mongolia is very sparsely settled. San Francisco, California. Springer Publishers: Netherlands. This period also witnessed a rapid and important change in the freedom of movement both within Mongolia and across borders. For these reasons, they don't tend to intermingle or intermarry with other ethnic groups in Mongolia. In the 19th century an increasing number of Kazakhs along the borders began to plant some crops. Ethnically, they are of Turkic descent, and are the second largest Muslim group of Central Asia. She also studied Linguistics in Russia to improve her language skills in 2008 and attended an English Teacher’s Mentor Program as well as a conference titled “Improvement of Education in Remote Areas-For the Achievement of SDGs” in Tokyo, Japan (2018).  Macalester College. Students, Connect with Barcus Holly. 2009 The Kazakhs of Mongolia are culturally and ethnically different from Mongolians with language and religion as the two primary cultural markers. 2012. “Kazakhstan is my homeland; Mongolia is my fatherland”: Considering the role of place identity and other cultural factors in shaping mobility and immobility decisions in a transnational community” Race, Ethnicity and Place Conference, Puerto Rico, October 2012. Barcus, H.R. Kazakhs account for only about 0.4% of Mongolia's population, while Mongolian ethnic groups make up 95%. Kazakh ethnic group in Mongolia.  One of these migration flows is comprised of Mongolian Kazakhs migrating to and from Kazakhstan during this period.  The nomadic economy is strongly influenced by traditional gender roles – men herd, women cook, care for children and prepare textiles. 6 May 2010. Wallace Travel and Research Grant. Barcus, Holly & Werner, Cynthia. 18 February 2010. Choosing to Stay: (Im)Mobility Decisions Amongst Mongolia’s Ethnic Kazakhs. The Kazakhs emerged in the 15th century from an amalgam of Turkic tribes who entered Transoxiana about the 8th century and of Mongols who entered the area in the 13th century. The Kazakhs of western Mongolia are one of the world’s last surviving nomadic cultures. Kipchak of Turkic descent, 2. She worked as a research assistant on this project from May 2009-May 2010, studying issues of citizenship and the state in the migration of Mongolian Kazakhs. 2011. Barcus, Holly.  She is the Past-President of the Central Eurasian Studies Society (2012-15). Werner. During the late transition period, the most important change to immigration programs offered by the Kazakhstan government was the introduction of the “Blessed Migration” program on January 1, 2009. During the study period, local schools taught in either Mongolian or Kazakh (this has since changed). About 3,200,000 people live in Mongolia.  Transnational Identities, Migration, and the Importance of Cultural and Social Ties between Communities: A Case Study of the Mongolian Kazakh Diaspora.  Estimates suggest that between 50-60,000 Mongolian Kazakhs emigrated from Mongolia to Kazakhstan in the early 1990’s with possibly 10,000-20,000 returning by the early 2000s. Kazakh identity is of medieval origin and was strongly shaped by the foundation of the Kazakh Khanate between 1456 and 1465, when several tribes under the rule of the sultans Zhanibek and Kerey departed from the Khanate of Abu'l-Khayr Khan.  2007. Barcus. Most Kazakhs are now settled farmers who raise sheep and other livestock and grow crops. “Modern Nomads: The Kazakhs of Mongolia in the Contemporary World.” Brazos County Museum of Natural History. In Sinkiang, however, many nomadic groups remain. Holly Barcus is a Professor of Geography at Macalester College. She is currently the Department Head in the Department of Anthropology at Texas A&M University (updated June 2018). Barcus, H. Invited Guest Lecture. Kazakh herding families in Mongolia today are considered semi-nomadic. Today it is practised by Kazakhs and the Kyrgyz in contemporary Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, as well as diasporas in Bayan … 2009-10; “Mobility, Immobility, and Transnational Migration among Mongolian Kazakhs” (International Studies Program fellow). Cynthia Werner is Professor of Anthropology at Texas A&M University. Pp. The Kazakh ethnic group makes up around 90% of the population of Mongolia's Bayan-Olgi province, with around 100,000 Kazakhs spread thinly across the wilderness. Updates? Barcus, Holly. Barcus.  By 1989, the Kazakh population grew to approximately 120,000 individuals. Barcus, H. Invited Lecture. Mongolian is the language of inter-ethnic communication and official language of government and business. Notable here were the Mongolian Kazakhs. Women’s Studies Brown Bag Lecture. Mongolian Kazakhs are traditionally semi-nomadic pastoralists, herding sheep, goats, yaks, camels and horses. 2013. “Place identity and immobility choices among ethnic minorities: Transitioning landscapes in a transnational community” 21st Colloquium of the Consortium for Sustainable Rural Systems, International Geographical Union. and Werner, C.A. Werner, C. and H. R. Barcus. Barcus, H. Invited Guest Lecture. “Collaborative Research: Networks, Gender, Culture and the Migration Decision-Making Process:  A Case Study of the Kazakh Diaspora in Western Mongolia”. Results from our interviews suggest that individuals and families who are adapting well to Mongolia’s new economy are less likely to consider moving to Kazakhstan.  During this time, he analyzed and processed geographic data associated with the project, and also traveled to Mongolia with the research team in May-June 2009. Felt made the tent snug inside and out and was used for cloaks.  In 1997, the Agency of Migration and Demography was developed as part of the 1997 Law on Migration and Population to assist migrants and to streamline citizenship procedures across different groups of oralman. The Kazakhs of Mongolia are culturally and ethnically different from Mongolians with language and religion as the two primary cultural markers. 2012. “Kazakhstan is my homeland; Mongolia is my fatherland”: Considering the role of place identity and other cultural factors in shaping mobility and immobility decisions in a transnational community” Central Eurasian Studies Society Meeting. Families, U.S. Nurshash Shugatay is a teacher in Ulaanbaatar city from Mongolia. But Kazakh does not have the difficulties that inflecting languages have with grammatical gender and multiple systems of declension and conjugation. Her job functions were related to the urban and rural field research, population settlement issues, migration processes and settlement and contemporary urbanization issues of Mongolia at the Institute of Geography-Geoecology.  Documented Kazakh migration to Mongolia begins in 1840 with many migrants arriving from areas now Western China. Geoforum 56:119-128. Barcus, Holly.  For most herding households, this means that the household will move their herds, largely comprised of sheep and goats, although also containing variously camels, horses and yaks, to different pastures for each of the four seasons. 2015. Keynote Lecture for Internationalism Week. Werner & Emmelhainz, National Science Foundation Grant, 2009, Research Experience for Graduate Students (REG) Supplemental Grant to take graduate student Celia Emmelhainz to Mongolia. Werner, Cynthia and Celia Emmelhainz. Kazakhs definitely have some heritage of some ancient Turkic-speaking tribes that existed when GK was alive. Barcus, Holly. Other Invited Presentations and Outreach: 2010 February.  Quotas overall were quite low during this period, reflecting changes in Kazakhstan’s economy and demographics. The Kazakhs were traditionally pastoral nomads, dwelling year-round in portable, dome-shaped tents (called gers, or yurts) constructed of dismountable wooden frames covered with felt. Most live in Bayan-Olgii Aimag, where they make up 90% of the inhabitants. The Kazakhs of Western Mongolia: Transnational Migration from 1990-2008. Student-Faculty Summer Research Collaboration with Namara Brede, Macalester College. The Kazakhs of Western Mongolia: Transnational Migration from 1990-2008. From the beginning, ethnic Kazakhs had the option of entering Kazakhstan either within or outside of the quota system. Stipendiary Fellow, Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, Texas A&M, 2008-09; “Mobility, Immobility, and Transnational Migration among Mongolian Kazakhs” (Anthropology Department fellow).  Nomadic pastoralism has been the primary form of human subsistence for centuries. Teaching about the Geography and Cultures of Asia is the Middle Grades, a development workshop for teachers, sponsored by the Minnesota Humanities Center.  While migration flows have fluctuated since 1991, over 71,000 Mongolian Kazakhs have migrated to Kazakhstan in the post-Soviet period. Scythians of Iran descent, (Also Sakas, Sarmatians, and Massagets). Why are the Mongolian Kazakhs migrating to Kazakhstan? What does it mean to be semi-nomadic? The vocabulary of Kazakh has been influenced by Arabic, Persian, Mongolian, and Russian. Transnational Identities: Mongolian Kazakhs in the 21st Century. 2008. Migration decision-making, culture, and trans-national identities: A case study of the Mongolian Kazakh diaspora.  Oralman status, entitles migrants to basic types of assistance, such as medical, employment, language and education assistance at both the primary and secondary levels. 1.  The soum center of this arid and mountainous province is Ulgii, a town of approximately 30,000 people. Mid-Transition Years (1997-2002)  2009. 25 October 2008. At the end of the 20th century there were roughly 7,600,000 in Kazakhstan and about 1,200,000 in China (mainly in Sinkiang), with small numbers in Uzbekistan, Russia, and Mongolia. 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