Kitigulov Salim Bazarbekovich
Position: Acting Associate Professor of the Department “history”
Academic title: candidate of Historical Sciences
Subjects taught: history of Kazakhstan, sacral Mangystau, theoretical archeology
Scientific interests: history of Mangystau, Alash intelligentsia .
- Trade policy in the Kazakh steppes of the Orenburg governors of the XVIII-XIX centuries, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University. Kaznu Bulletin. History series-Almaty 2007, No. 2 (45).Pages 63-64;
- Religious policy of the governors of Orenburg in the second half of the XVIII century, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University. Kaznu Bulletin. History series-Almaty, 2008, No. 1 (48) . Pages 75-78;
- the middle and XIX centuries. historiography of the policy of the governors in the Western Region in the first half. Materials of the international scientific and theoretical conference “modern historical research: the beginning of new opportunities”, dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the Great Victory.Aktobe, 2005, April 28.Pages 233-238;
- Features of the policy of the governors of Orenburg in the XVIII-early XIX centuries in relation to the Kazakhs of the Western Region. West Kazakhstan State University named after M. Utemisov. Bulletin of WKSU.-2007, No. 2 (26) pages 80-86;
- Religious policy of the imperial power in Kazakhstan, materials of the international scientific and Practical Conference” Education and Science-on the way to building a competitive Kazakhstan”. Aktobe, 2007, April 20.Pages 137-139;
- Political and administrative concept of the governors of Orenburg. “Patriotism, humanism and tolerance are the main directions of Kazakhstan’s policy. Materials of the international scientific and practical conference “integration of Science and education, a step into the future”.Aktobe, December 2008. Pp. 129-135; directions and function of the actions of the governors of Orenburg. Materials of the Republican scientific and theoretical conference on the topic: “formation of the foundations of modern education and” rational economy”. Aktobe, December 2008.AGPI pages 233-237.