Update on the destruction of Xinjiang's cultural heritage: New satellite and other evidence

 

H-Asia readers concerned with cultural heritage in Asia will be interested in the latest updates on the ongoing destruction of the heritage of Uyghurs and other minority cultures in their homeland in Xinjiang (East Turkestan), now China.

The International Newsletter n°5 of The Center for Russian, Caucasian and Central European Studies CERCEC (February 2020)

I am pleased to inform you that The International Newsletter n°5 of The Center for Russian, Caucasian and Central European Studies CERCEC (February 2020) is no available on-line at  https://mailchi.mp/15d7c4f54271/cercec-internationalnewsletter-n5-february-2020

I hope it will be of interest to you.

Sincerely,

 

Elisabeth Kozlowski

Cercec

 

The International Newsletter n°5 of The Center for Russian, Caucasian and Central European Studies CERCEC (February 2020)

I am pleased to inform you that The International Newsletter n°5 of The Center for Russian, Caucasian and Central European Studies CERCEC (February 2020) is no available on-line at  https://mailchi.mp/15d7c4f54271/cercec-internationalnewsletter-n5-february-2020

I hope it will be of interest to you.

Sincerely,

 

Elisabeth Kozlowski

Cercec

Call for Papers “Art and Literary Exchange Between Iran, Transcaucasia, Central Asia, and Russia”

We welcome interdisciplinary proposals for papers or seminars for a lecture series at UC Santa Barbara in 2020/21 on the theme “Art and Literary Exchange Between Iran, Transcaucasia, Central Asia, and Russia in the 20th Century.” The series of lectures and seminars will address transnational exchanges in roughly three periods: The Tsarist/Qajar Era, the Soviet Union/Pahlavi era, and the Islamic Republic/Post 1991 era, with a focus on Iran, Russia, Transcaucasia, and Central Asia.

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