Expanding Eurasia: New Approaches to Central Asian Studies
The UCLA Central Asia Workshop is pleased to announce a call for papers for its second annual graduate student conference at the University of California, Los Angeles. We invite papers from graduate students across the United States in any discipline and stage of study. We particularly welcome papers that address themes such as cultural and political connectivity, study of language, religious minorities and circulation and mobility of people and ideas between Central Asia and greater Eurasia and North.
We especially encourage papers that cut across disciplinary and temporal boundaries and time.
Proposal should include a title, a 250-word abstract, institutional affliation, and contact information. Please submit proposal by March 15, 2016 to: Marjan Wardaki (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Central Asia Workshop (CAW) is hosting its second annual graduate
conference on April 28th, and is accepting abstracts by March 15th.
Please note that we are not only targeting students that study Central Asia but hope to receive a wide selection of papers that present new approaches to studying the region of Central Asia, as well as its outside connections to regions in Asia, Africa, Middle East and Europe.
This is an excellent opportunity to showcase work in progress and meet other scholars at UCLA.
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