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Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit

 

RESEARCH SEMINARS

LENT TERM 2020

Tuesdays 4.30 pm to 6.00 pm
Seminar room, The Mond Building, Free School Lane

page1image3968Tuesday 28 January

Sayana Namsaraeva

Palacky University, Olomouc

Dystopian Mongolia:
Reconceptualization of the Home Country by Mongolian Asylum Seekers in the UK

 

Tuesday 11 February

Yong Zhou

Visiting Scholar, University of Oslo 

Institutionalizing Indigenous Peoples' Rights in China:
From a Paternalistic Evolutionist Paradigm to Self-determined Development

 

Tuesday 25 February

Natalia Ryzhova

Palacky University, Olomouc 

Land and Infrastructure: On the Accelerating Economic Degradation of the Russian Far East

 

CANCELLED: Wednesday 10 March 

Agnieszka Joniak–Lüthi & Thomas White 

Univerisity of Zurich & University of Cambridge

New roads, old stories: An anthropology of infrastructure and travel at China’s ‘Great Northwest’

&

Seeing like a State, from a Road

 

 

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MICHAELMAS TERM 2019

Tuesdays 4.30 pm to 6.00 pm
Seminar room, The Mond Building, Free School Lane

page1image3968Tuesday 15 October

Edward Holland & Elvira Churyumova

University of Arkansas, Visiting Fellow, Wolfson College,University of Cambridge & MIASU, University of Cambridge

Kalmyk refugees and the narration of displacement in post-World War II Europe

 

Tuesday 29 October

Valeriya Gazizova

University of Cambridge

Buddhist, Soviet and Kalmyk:
‘Secret’ Lamas of Late Socialism, Their Loci of Worship and Patterns of Transmission

 

Tuesday 12 November

Anna Sehnalova

University of Oxford

Mountain Deities and Their Treasures: Tibetan Non-Buddhist Cosmologies and Possible Indigenous Origins of the Tibetan gTer ma tradition

 

CANCELLED: Tuesday 26 November

Agnieszka Joniak–Lüthi & Thomas White

Univerisity of Zurich & University of Cambridge

New roads, old stories: An anthropology of infrastructure and travel at China’s ‘Great Northwest’

&
Seeing like a State, from a Road