Events Calendar

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Cholpon Turdalieva – Landscapes of Imperial Violence: Kyrgyzstan and the Kyrgyz through the Lens of Western Travelogues 4:00 PM
Cholpon Turdalieva – Landscapes of Imperial Violence: Kyrgyzstan and the Kyrgyz through the Lens of Western Travelogues @ Voesar Conference Room, Suite 412
May 4 @ 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Cholpon Turdalieva - Landscapes of Imperial Violence: Kyrgyzstan and the Kyrgyz through the Lens of Western Travelogues @ Voesar Conference Room, Suite 412
Russian colonial dominance in Central Asia changed the economics, politics and culture of the conquered lands and peoples. Various sources document these changes, including travelogues written by nineteenth and early twentieth century travelers from the[...]
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Nick Megoran – What happens when new international boundaries appear? The example of Central Asia’s Ferghana Valley 4:30 PM
Nick Megoran – What happens when new international boundaries appear? The example of Central Asia’s Ferghana Valley @ Voesar Conference Room, Suite 412
May 12 @ 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Nick Megoran - What happens when new international boundaries appear? The example of Central Asia's Ferghana Valley @ Voesar Conference Room, Suite 412
Central Asia’s Ferghana Valley has historically been a mosaic of social groups and identities. The emergence of international boundaries with the break-up of the Soviet Union imposed a new political geographical logic on the social[...]
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Mirzokhid Rakhimov – Contemporary History of Uzbekistan: Challenges of an Interdisciplinary Approach 4:30 PM
Mirzokhid Rakhimov – Contemporary History of Uzbekistan: Challenges of an Interdisciplinary Approach @ Voesar Conference Room Suite 412
May 17 @ 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Mirzokhid Rakhimov - Contemporary History of Uzbekistan: Challenges of an Interdisciplinary Approach @ Voesar Conference Room Suite 412
Contemporary history is a relatively new discipline for the social sciences and the humanities. Studying the recent history of Uzbekistan is still not an established trend, even in Uzbekistan, and doesn’t have its own methodology, research know-how,[...]
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Nargis Kassenova & CAAFP Fellows – New Challenges in Central Asia. Changing Societies in a Time of Economic Crisis 3:00 PM
Nargis Kassenova & CAAFP Fellows – New Challenges in Central Asia. Changing Societies in a Time of Economic Crisis @ Lindner Commons, Suite 602
May 24 @ 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Nargis Kassenova & CAAFP Fellows - New Challenges in Central Asia. Changing Societies in a Time of Economic Crisis @ Lindner Commons, Suite 602
With Nargis Kassenova (KIMEP) and the Central Asia – Azerbaijan Program Fellows Chair: Marlene Laruelle (IERES, GW) 3:00pm. Nargis Kassenova (KIMEP) Kazakhstan 2016: The Politics of Crisis Discussion 4:00pm Kassymkhan Kapparov (Kazakhstan) Invisible Public Debt:[...]
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