Dr Victoria Clement

Assistant Professor of History, Western Caroline University

Dr Clement earned her doctorate degree at The Ohio State University in 2005. Her dissertation was entitled ‘Rewriting the Turkmen ‘Nation’: Literacy, Education, and Power in Central Asia, 1904-2004.’ Her major research interests concern the Islamic World History, especially Central Asia and Russia. She has lived in Turkmenistan, Turkey and Russia, and has studied the languages of those countries. She is an active member of The American Historical Association (AHA), American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS), Central Eurasian Studies Association (CESS), and The World History Association. Her article, ‘Alphabet Changes in Turkmenistan: State, Society, and the Everyday’ in Daily Life in Central Asia, Jeff Sahadeo and Russell Zanca, eds. ( Bloomington: Indiana University Press) was published in spring 2007.

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