Central Eurasian Studies Committee
2013 Lecture Series
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Ryan Perkins (Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago )
"Honor Killings, Cultural Tropes and the Question of Afghan Historical Agency"
Douglas Northrop (Associate Professor of Modern Central Asian studies, University of Michigan)
"Earthquakes and Empire in Eurasia"
John Woods (Professor of Iranian and Central Asian History and of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago)
"Framing the Timurid Aristrocratic Order"
Heather Sonntag (CREECA Fellow, University of Wisconsin-Madison)
"The Visual Contest for Colonizing Central Asia: Russian Photography, Album Mania and Territorializing Turkestan"
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Kagan Arik (Ayasli Lecturer in Turkish, University of Chicago)
"Some Pre-Islamic Elements in the Daily Life of Nomadic Kazaks"
Uli Schamiloglu (Professor of Languages and Cultures of Asia, University of Wisconsin-Madison)
"The Black Death and Religiosity in the Muslim Turkic World (14th-15th Centuries)"
Marianne Kamp (Associate Professor of History, Modern Middle East, Modern Central Asia and the Soviet Union; University of Wyoming)
"Sharia, Socialism, and Rights: The 1917 Debate in the Muslim Women's Association, Kazan"
Thibaut d’Hubert (Assistant Professor of South Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago)
"Jami, Education and the Formation of South Asian Curricula"
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