Muling He is interested in language shift, identity formation and transnationalism in Central Eurasia. In particular, he studies Pan-Mongolism, Pan-Turkism and Pan-Iranism in the region. Before joining REECA, Muling studied philosophy and Russian at Carnegie Mellon University, where he completed a thesis exploring the Sino-Soviet relations during Khrushchev’s era. Muling has worked at Carnegie Mellon’s Institute of Politics and Strategy, The Moscow Times and The Charhar Institute.
Graduate Student Associate
A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies–REECA