Stop by the IAUNRC for our open house event to admire our collection of Central Asian hats and enjoy some sweet treats and refreshments from across the Inner Asian and Uralic region.
Christopher I. Beckwith: The Scythians and the Persian Empire at the Onset of the Classical Age
September 11 12:00pm
The Department of Central Eurasian Studies presents this lecture by Christopher I. Beckwith, Distinguished Professor of Central Eurasian Studies, on the foundations of the Achaemenid Persian Empire.
At the very beginning of the Classical period, before and during the Median period, many remarkable cultural changes took place. Historians more »
Documentary Screening - Undercover: Inside China's Digital Gulag
September 13 12:30pm
For a short time only, we have been given access to this documentary made by UK network ITV on the subject of the ongoing incarceration of Muslims in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China.
This new documentary for ITV’s award-winning Exposure strand goes undercover inside a secretive province in China to provide a vivid insig more »
Between Worlds: Cultural Hybridity in Turkish Film - "Ana Yurdu" (Motherland)
September 15 1:00pm
Director Senem Tüzen is scheduled to participate in a post-screening, live-streaming Q&A. Producer Adam Isenberg is scheduled to be present.
Free, but ticketed
Tickets available from August 19 at https://am.ticketmaster.com/iucinema
Not rated | 2015 | 2K DCP
Directed by Senem Tüzen
Jean and Denis Sinor Faculty Fellowship Lecture: Dr. Richard W. Bulliet - The Two-Ox Mystery
September 24 5:30pm
Hosted by the Department of Central Eurasian Studies, this year's Jean and Denis Sinor Faculty Fellowship Lecture will be given by Dr. Richard W. Bulliet, Emeritus Professor of History at Columbia University, in a talk on the "two-ox mystery" which challenges historians looking at agricultural practices across Eurasia.
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