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To promote new scholarship focusing on the history, politics, culture and societies of Central Eurasia, the Central Eurasian Studies Society has established the CESS Award for Best Graduate Student Paper.
To facilitate the growth and coherence of the Central Asian Studies field the Central Asia Program provides support annually for the best graduate student research paper in Central Asian Studies.
The National Foreign Language Center is currently looking to recruit native Uyghur speakers to review translations.
Watch Marlene Laruelle’s interview with VOA.
New publication by CAP director Marlene Laruelle for CSIS.
Join Andrew Hale, an expert in the nomadic textiles and silk weaving traditions of Central Asia, for a discussion on the influence of revolutionary Russia on the textile and other traditions in Central Asia.
The Central Asia Program is pleased to announce the launching of two travel grants for the year 2016 devoted to the study of religion in contemporary Central Asia. These grants are part of the Central-Eurasia Religion in International Affiars (CERIA) initiative, generously funded by the Henry Luce Foundation.
The University of St Andrews is planning further substantial investment in its highly regarded School of International Relations.
Scholarship Opportunity: Candidate from Central Asia to Pursue a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science Abroad
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