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Post-Soviet Religious Transformation in Russia: Islam in Russia

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On January 24, 2018, Dr Rano Turaeva from the Max Planck Institute for Socian Anthropology in Halle (Saale) gave a talk entitled "Post-Soviet Religious Transformation in Russia: Islam in Russia."

Resilient in the Face of a Curse? Resource Dependence and Democracy in Mongolia

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On Thursday, November 30, 2017, the IAUNRC co-sponsored the following lecture:

Resilient in the Face of a Curse? Resource Dependence and Democracy in Mongolia

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Ferroconcrete Cases, Sausage Migrants, and Santa Barbara

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On Tuesday, October 11, 2017, Anastasiya Astapova (University of Tartu) gave a lecture entitled "Ferroconcrete Cases, Sausage Migrants, and Santa Barbara: Self-Reflexive Metaphors among Russian-Speaking Refugees and Asylum-Seekers in Estonia."

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Abbasid History as the Future Modern

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On Monday, October 9, 2017, Dr. Monica Ringer (Amherst College) gave a talk entitled "Abbasid History as the Future Modern: Periodization and Historicism in Ninteenth-Century Islamic Thought."

Think Globally, Park Locally?

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On Thursday, September 28, 2017, Gardner Bovingdon from Indiana University gave a talk entitled "Think Globally, Park Locally?" at the Center for the Study of Global Change. The talk was part of their Global Studies Positioning Series, which will continue with three more talks over the course of the semester.

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Uyghurs and Russian Borderlands During the Bolshevik Revolution

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On Friday, September 8, 2017, Ablet Kamalov from Turan University in Almaty Kazakhstan gave a talk entitled "Uyghurs and Russian Borderlands During the Bolshevik Revolution." The well-attended talk was sponsored by the Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center and the Pan-Asia Institute.

Writing the “Turkic World”: Modern Literary Historiography in Turkey

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This presentation will discuss the development of the national literary historiography within the framework of Ottoman literary modernity and nation-building process and its persistence in modern literary studies in Turkey. Drawing on the notion of a “national model” of literary history writing, the presentation will more specifically analyze the modern literary histories of Turkish literature produced in a period of transition from Empire to nation-state in the early twentieth century.

CHINA, RUSSIA, AND THE WORLD FOCUS ON CENTRAL ASIA Part 2

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The Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center would like to invite you the symposium:

CHINA, RUSSIA, AND THE WORLD

FOCUS ON CENTRAL ASIA

Friday, April 7, 2017
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
IMU State Room East

 

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