Joldon is a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of of Tübingen, International Relations/Peace and Conflict Research, Post-Doc
Previous to this appointment, Joldon Kutmanaliev worked as PhD researcher at the Department of Social and Political Sciences, the European University Institute. His research there sought to explain spatial variations in violence during the ethnic conflict in 2010 in Kyrgyzstan. Joldon obtained his PhD in Social and Political Sciences at the European University Institute in 2017. He received his BA diploma in history from the Bishkek Humanities University in Kyrgyzstan, MA diploma in political science from the Central European University in Hungary.
He was a visiting fellow at Government Department, Cornell University in spring semesters 2005-2007 (funded by Faculty Development Program, the Open Society Institute – New York) and at Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University in spring semester 2010 (funded by CARTI program, the Open Society Institute –Budapest). Before coming to the EUI, he was a lecturer at the Department of Oriental Studies and International Relations, the Bishkek Humanities University in Kyrgyzstan.
Research interests: political violence, ethnic politics, Central Asian politics, and Soviet nationality policy
Journal Article - 2018
Monograph - 2018