Caress Schenk is an Assistant Professor of political science at Nazarbayev University (Astana, Kazakhstan) with teaching and research expertise in the politics of immigration and national identity in Eurasia. Her new book, published with the University of Toronto Press, is called Why Control Immigration? Strategic Uses of Migration Management in Russia. Current and previous research has been funded by the American Councils for International Education, Nazarbayev University and the Fulbright Scholar Program and has been published in Demokratizatisya, Europe-Asia Studies, and Nationalities Papers, and in edited volumes published by Edinburgh University Press and Oxford University Press (some forthcoming). Dr. Schenk is a member of the Program on New Approaches to Research and Security in Eurasia (PONARS Eurasia).
Schenk, C., 2018University of Toronto Press,
Anti-migrant, but not nationalist: Pursuing statist legitimacy through immigration discourse and policy
Schenk, C., 2018 Russia Before and After Crimea . Edinburgh University Press,
Labour Migration in the Eurasian Economic Union
Schenk, C., 2017 Migration and the Ukraine Crisis. E-International Relations Publishing, p. 164-177
Assessing the Depth of Foreign Policy Commitment through Russia’s Migration Policy
Schenk, C., 2016 In : Demokratizatsiya. 24, 4, p. 465-490
Controlling Immigration Manually: Lessons from Moscow (Russia)
Schenk, C., 2013 In : Europe - Asia Studies. 65, 7, p. 1444-1465
Nationalism in the Russian media: Content analysis of newspaper coverage surrounding conflict in Stavropol, 24 May-7 June 2007
Schenk, C., 2012 In : Nationalities Papers. 40, 5, p. 783-805
Officials find quotas a way to balance demands of politics and labor
Schenk, C., 2010
Open borders, closed minds: Russia's changing migration policies: Liberalization or xenophobia?
Schenk, C., 2010 In : Demokratizatsiya. 18, 2, p. 101-121