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

slovo:3254 - Slovo, April 6, 2017, The autobiographical discourse to the test of powers Europe - Russia - Eurasia
Ego-récits de l’intégration : deux itinéraires de déportés au Kazakhstan soviétique

Authors: Ohayon, Isabelle

Two men, deported in Kazakhstan during the World War II, recount their respective experiences. Despite the great difficulties they encountered – detentionin 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.


Source : oai:HAL:hal-01493835v2
Volume: The autobiographical discourse to the test of powers Europe - Russia - Eurasia
Section: Beyond the steppes of Central Asie
Published on: April 6, 2017
Submitted on: April 6, 2017
Keywords: memory, orality, ego-narrative, Stalin, Administrative stigmatization, mémoire, ego-récit, Goulag, Staline, oralité, KGB, stigmatisation administrative, Karaganda,[SHS.LITT] Humanities and Social Sciences/Literature,[SHS] Humanities and Social Sciences


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