CESS is pleased to announce that scholars from Eurasia may apply for travel grants to help cover conference-related costs to attend the 2016 annual CESS conference at Princeton University.
The National Foreign Language Center is currently looking for Turkmen native speakers who have a background in linguistics to aid in creating Interlinear Glosses in Turkmen.
IREX is currently recruiting a Project Director for an anticipated youth program in Kazakhstan, as well as a Proposal Writer/Consultant for the project based in Washington, DC.
Listen to the discussion about the Gulen Schools in the current political context in Central Asia in the first episode of the Majlis Podcast.
Applications for the Spring Session (January 15 – June 15, 2017) should be received no later than Friday, September 16, 2016.
Listen to the RFE/RL podcast on Central Asia, “Majlis: Talking Central Asia.”
A Voice of America report including an interview with CAP Director Marlene Laruelle.
The Bank is looking to fill a vacancy for a Political Counsellor to cover Russia and Central Asia.
View the new portal on history and archeology of Central Asia online.
Scholarship funding is available to undertake PhD research in Central and East European Studies, School of Social and Political Sciences.
Invisible Public Debt: The Case of Kazakhstan
CAP Papers 171
By Kassymkhan Kapparov