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Central Eurasian Studies Society (CESS) is a private, non-political, non-profit organization of scholars and others interested in the study of Central Eurasia.
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CESS May 10
Proposal accepted ? Here's the next steps:
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CESS May 10
Proposals have now been accepted for . Register soon!
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CESS May 9
Deadline extended for the social science book award until May 31st. See the CESS webpage for details & submission directions.
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Russian Studies Workshop May 9
Call for Nominations for a Graduate Student Representative on the ASEEES Board of Directors. Students can self-nominate or be nominated by a faculty who is a member of ASEEES. May 13 deadline.
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I.B.Tauris Apr 24
Read 's interview with Professor Hélène Thibault all about her book 'Transforming Tajikistan: State-building & Islam in Post-Soviet Central Asia' Interview - 📕
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ASEEES May 9
Reminder that applications for 2019 Galina Starovoitova Fellowship on Human Rights and Conflict Resolution are due May 15 .
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Jenny from the bloc May 9
For I reviewed To See Paris and Die: the Soviet Lives of Western Culture and snuck in a story about Nikita Khrushchev's failed trip to Disneyland.
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Slavic Reference May 9
Check out this fascinating first hand account of researching in the Russian State Archive of Socio-Political History!
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Central Asia Program May 9
Video: The Rise of Social Media in Central Asia – Spring 2019 CAP Fellows Seminar via
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CESS Mar 29
Just over 2 days left for submissions!
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CESS Mar 28
Lots of upcoming CESS deadlines: ✔️ March 31 - submit to ✔️ April 15 - nominate a book for the 2019 awards ✔️ April 30 - apply for a travel grant ✔️ May 31 - submit your fieldwork photo to the contest All details at !
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CESS Mar 28
New article live on the : "The Cotton Republic: Colonial Practices in Soviet Uzbekistan?" Riccardo Mario Cucciolla (NRU-HSE) discusses Russia's unique vis-a-vis , and the limitations of colonial theory.
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Central Asian Survey Mar 28
New online: "Emptying lakes, filling up seas: hydroelectric dams and the ambivalences of development in late Soviet Central Asia" by Moritz Florin , 3development, , ,
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The Calvert Journal Mar 27
As Kazakhstan changes the name of its capital from Astana to Nur-Sultan in honour of its outgoing President Nazarbayev, see one photographer's vision of its shifting cityscape
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CESS Mar 26
You need not even be the author to nominate a book!
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CESS Mar 25
Regional scholars submitting proposals to are encouraged to apply for a travel grant as well. Submit to by March 31 and complete a travel grant application by April 30. Eligibility and guidelines in the link below!
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Wikistan Mar 25
- Academy Robert Bosch Fellowships (Russia and Eurasia) at for citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine Deadline: 29th April 2019
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Women of Kazakhstan Mar 22
Wishing everyone happy Bairam! The word Nauryz/Nowruz means "New Day" Bairam means "Holiday" from Farsi. May, all your following days be full of beauty, brightness and happiness! Illustration of amazingly talented Assol Sas.
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CESS Mar 22
Currently accepting Book Award nominations until April 15! Submit your nomination for the book which you believe made the most important contribution to CE studies in 2018/19 (you need not be the author), and the awardees will be announced at
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Muhammad Tahir Mar 22
Half of ’s population was born after took power. A timely reminder by of . It's very important aspect to keep an eye as the country moves forward under the new leader,
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