Helen Krag

Keywords : Caucasus minorities

Country : Denmark

Organization : University of Copenhagen

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Biography :

DR HELEN KRAG is an associate professor and Head of Minority Studies at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, with a particular interest in minority-majority relations in Eastern Europe and the former USSR. Dr Krag is the Chair of MRG’s affiliate in Denmark, and a member of MRG’s Council and Programme Committee. She has written extensively on minority issues in the former USSR and Eastern Europe and acts as an advisor to various international bodies and human rights organizations. She has travelled widely in the former Soviet Union and has lectured on the North Caucasus and related minority issues for several years.

Krag, Helen, "Etnicitet, sprog, kultur“, i: Ib Faurby og Märta-Lisa Magnusson (red.): Korsvej og minefelt. Kultur og konflikt i Kaukasus. Systime Academic, Århus, 2003. 

Krag, Helen. "Prigorodnyj-konflikten“, i Faurby og Magnusson (red.),
 Korsvej og minefelt. Kultur og konflikt i Kaukasus. Systime Academic, Århus, 2003. 

Krag, Helen, "Chechnya and the Caucasus“ i: F.Daftary & St.Troebst (eds): Radical Ethnic Movements in Contemporary Europe. Berghahn Books, Oxford, U.K, 2003.

Krag, Helen, (med Lars Funch Hansen) Nordkaukasus – Folk og politik i en europæisk grænseregion. Museum Tusculanum, København, 2002.

Krag, Helen, (med Lars Funch Hansen): North Caucasus. Minorities at a Crossroads. MRG, London, 1994.