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Read more at: Latest newsletter from La Société des Études Mongoles et Sibériennes

Latest newsletter from La Société des Études Mongoles et Sibériennes

9 April 2021

We are pleased to share a further newsletter from the SEMS, Paris. Latest newsletter 9 April 2021: SEMS Newsletter 13 SEMS Newsletter 12 SEMS Newsletter 11 SEMS Newsletter 10 SEMS Newsletter 9 SEMS Newsletter 8 SEMS Newsletter 7 SEMS Newsletter 6


Read more at: Online Workshop – 25 March: Speaking plants in the languages of Global and Chinese capitalism

Online Workshop – 25 March: Speaking plants in the languages of Global and Chinese capitalism

23 March 2021

The Mongolia & Inner Asia Studies Unit and the “Sinophone Borderlands: Interaction at the Edges” Project (Palacky University) are pleased to present this workshop taking place on Thursday 25 March, 10:00am GMT (ZOOM). The workshop proposes to examine how humans and plants (as non-humans) are engaged together in Inner...


Read more at: King's College Silk Roads Programme: PhD Studentship in Silk Road Studies open to applicants

King's College Silk Roads Programme: PhD Studentship in Silk Road Studies open to applicants

15 March 2021

King’s College is now receiving applications to a new PhD studentship in ‘Silk Road Studies’. Studies on topics in the countries/regions of the Silk Road are encouraged. Further information is available here: https://www.kings.cam.ac.uk/news/2021/new-silk-roads-phd-studentship-ope...


Read more at: Next MIASU research seminar – March 9 – Yana Bezirganova

Next MIASU research seminar – March 9 – Yana Bezirganova

2 March 2021

The next online MIASU research seminar will be on Tuesday March 9, 4.30–6.00pm, with Yana Bezirganova : Writing Buryatia: the Future of Mongolian Script Full details here Full seminar programme for this term To receive details of future MIASU events and other news, please email miasu-admin@socanth.cam.ac.uk to join the...


Read more at: Professor David Sneath awarded the Caroline Humphrey Chair in the Anthropology of Inner Asia

Professor David Sneath awarded the Caroline Humphrey Chair in the Anthropology of Inner Asia

23 February 2021

The Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit is delighted to announce that the newly established Caroline Humphrey Chair in the Anthropology of Inner Asia has been awarded to Professor David Sneath . This newly endowed chair has been funded by a major donation by the Sigrid Rausing Trust, which has also funded the MIASU Early-...


Read more at: Next MIASU research seminar – February 23 – Kenneth Linden

Next MIASU research seminar – February 23 – Kenneth Linden

15 February 2021

The next MIASU research seminar will be on Tuesday February 23, 4.30–6.00pm, with Kenneth Linden: Veterinary Science, Zud, and Wolves: An Environmental and Animal History of Collectivization in Mongolia Full details here Full seminar programme for this term To receive details of future MIASU events and other news, please...


Read more at: King's College Silk Roads Programme – Events

King's College Silk Roads Programme – Events

12 February 2021

We are pleased to share the upcoming schedule of lectures, seminars and conferences for the King’s College Silk Roads Programme. This includes a talk with MIASU's Professor Caroline Humphrey on March 5th. SILK ROADS PROGRAMME EVENTS King's has initiated a programme for the study of the history and culture of the Silk Road...


Read more at: Recording available for MIASU research seminar – Christopher Atwood

Recording available for MIASU research seminar – Christopher Atwood

9 February 2021

We are pleased to have available a recording of Professor Atwood's talk which he gave as part of the MIASU Lent Term Research Seminar Series on February 9 2021. Please contact miasu-admin@socanth.cam.ac.uk for the link. Full talk details here


Read more at: 'Inner Asia' and Open Access
Cover the of the Journal 'Inner Asia'

'Inner Asia' and Open Access

4 February 2021

We are pleased to announce that, in 2021, Brill will publish in Open Access all 'Inner Asia' research articles by authors affiliated to institutions in the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Sweden, and Austria. Participating institutions are listed below. These articles are sponsored by national consortia in a Transformative...


Read more at: Next MIASU research seminar – February 9

Next MIASU research seminar – February 9

27 January 2021

The next fortnightly research seminar will take place on Tuesday February 9 with Chris Atwood: Why the Mongol Conquests? Sources and Explanations of the 1211 Campaigns against North China Full details here Full seminar programme for this term To receive details of future MIASU events and other news, please email miasu-...