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Cambridge Central Asia Forum Seminar Series, Lent Term 2017

When Jan 27, 2017 11:00 AM to
Mar 10, 2017 01:00 PM
Where Room S2, Alison Richard Building
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Cambridge Central Asia Forum Seminar Series Lent Term 2017

Time: 11-1pm, 

Venue: Room S2, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge




27 January, Sinead Mowlds, Centre of Development Studies University of Cambridge, 'Kazakhstan's Development Cooperation landscape since 1991'

3 February, Lorena Lobardozzi, Department of Economics, SOAS, University of London, 'Patterns of agrarian transition in Uzbekistan'

10 February, Callie Berman, Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge, 'Tracing Development Orientations and Strategies through Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan's Copper Industries'

17 February, Dr Maia Chankesliani, Department of Education,University of Oxford, 'Student mobility from former Soviet countries to the EU: momentum, rationales, and consequences'
24 February, Yuliya Darmenova, Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge, 'Understanding Corporate Social Responsibility and the case of Small and Medium Enterprises in a Kazakh context'

3 March, Dr Grace Campbell, Geologist at Arup Engineering Consultants, London, UK, 'Earthquake Hazard in Central Asia: Examples from Fieldwork in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan’

10 March, Zhailagul Sagyndykova, Associate Professor, English Department, Shokan Ualikhanov State University, Kokshetau, Kazakhstan, 'Trilingual (Kazakh, Russian and English) policy in Kazakhstan: Pitfalls and Perspectives' 

17 March, Dr Boram Shin, HK Research Professor at Asia-Pacific Research Center at Hanyang University, South Korea, 'Between Two Wars: Nationalizing the Soviet Great Patriotic War in Uzbekistan during Cold War'

‘Beyond Globalisation: Prospects for Eurasia’ Conference 12 May, Cambridge UK Call for abstracts: The workshop will focus on dynamics of change ‘in’ and ‘around’ the Eurasian space. We invite papers that consider the processes unfolding globally in which the countries from the Eurasian space are taking an increasingly central role.

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