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Ego-récits de l’intégration : deux itinéraires de déportés au Kazakhstan soviétique

Abstract : Two men, deported in Kazakhstan during the World War II, recount their respective experiences. Despite the great difficulties they encountered – detention in gulag, house arrest, administrative stigmatization, precarious material conditions of life- they report the story of their successful integration in the city of Karaganda. These two itineraries are providing a grassroots understanding of the articulation between diverse ethnic groups and banned people, which make up a specific soviet society in this mining town of Central Asia.
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Isabelle Ohayon. Ego-récits de l’intégration : deux itinéraires de déportés au Kazakhstan soviétique. Slovo, Presses de l’INALCO, 2017, Le discours autobiographique à l’épreuve des pouvoirs Europe - Russie - Eurasie, The autobiographical discourse to the test of powers Europe - Russia - Eurasia (47), ⟨10.46298/slovo.2017.3254⟩. ⟨hal-01493835v2⟩



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