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Центральноазиатский Семинар (Семинар по Средней и Внутренней Азии) Торонтовского университета 16-17 апреля проводит десятую конференцию, которая посвящена теме "The Domestic Environment of Central and Inner Asia".

Ниже список предполагаемых участников и названия докладов (список может измениться, если кто-либо не сумеет получить въездную визу, что вполне вероятно :( ).

1. Dr Najam Abbas — Institute of Ismaili Studies, London, England — Tajikistan's Civil Society Environment: Endogenous Preferences and Exogenous Perceptions Institute of Ismaili Studies

2. Asset Abdualiev — Winthrop University Rock Hill, S. Carolina, USA — Impact of globalization on national values of Central Asian States

3. Dr Bahargul Abliz — Toronto — The Uyghur's Role on the Silk Road

4. Alisher Akhmedjonov and Komil Saimov — Samarkand, Uzbekistan — The Economic Development of Uzbekistan, 1991 to the Present

5. Dr Craig Benjamin — Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan, USA — A Nation of Nomads? The Lifeway of the Yuezhi in the Gansu and Bactria

6. Dr Stephanie Bunn — Open University, England — From the Domestic to the Divine: a Study of Kyrgyz Felt Carpets

7. Nicholas Don Corbett — University of Manitoba (M A candidate) — Steppes to Statehood: Contemporary Nationalism in Uzbekistan

8. George Fitzherbert — Harvard University — Nostalgia and the New Order: Some reflections on identity and memory in the new Kyryzstan

9. Professor of Socialogy Akmal Abbasovich Gafurov — Tashkent, Uzbekistan — Central Asia: There cannot be a middle class of proprietors and social-economic progress

10. Dr Jafar Ghamat — Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran — Authoritarian Regimes in Central Asia and their Impacts within the Domestic Environment

11. Dr Nurmira Jamangulova — American University of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan — Charitable work in Kyrgyzstan: a case study of activities of the International Charitable Foundation Meerim

12. Z. Javzanpargma — TUGEEMEL College of Journalism Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia — Book Ownership and Worship Tradition Among Mongols

13. Erkingul Karakozueva — Osh, State University, Kyrgyzstan — Central Asia: Women and Islamism

14. Batoul Majidi Khameneh — Shahid Beshti University Tehran, Iran — Protection of the Environment in the Islamic View

15. Farideh Majidi Khameneh — Cultural Heritage Organization of Iran Tehran, Iran — An Anthropological Study Of Medicinal Herbs In Iran

16. Aysegul Kozak and Gulseren Isik — University of Minnesota — The Welfare State And Gender: New Directions in Reshaping a Welfare Policy of Post Soviet Republics of Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan

17. Maryna Kravets — University of Toronto — From Nomad's Tent to Garden Palace: Evolution of a Jenghizid Household in the Crimea

18. Christian Nils Larson — Indiana University — Hospitality in 19th Century Samarqand and Bukhara: The Travelers' Logs

19. Dr Ali Mahfroozi — Cultural Heritage of Mazandaran Heritage Office, IRAN — Cultural affinities among the Caspian Sea littoral states from an archaeological perspective

20. Anvar A. Mukanbaev — National Academy of Science, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic — Multi-dimensional nature of poverty: social, economic and environmental factors of the employment of population that impacts the process of migration in the Kyrgyz Republic

21. Dr Mikhail Nauryzbaev — Almaty, Kazakhstan — Ecological problems of Central Asia in connection with rocket space activity at al-Farabi Kazakh National University

22. Maite Ojeda-mata — Samarkand University, Uzbekistan — Towards an Anthropology of Genocide

23. Radha Raina — INTACH New Delhi, India — Artists and Artisans: Ancient Soghdian Art Traditions: the Diverse Influences

24. Dr Jakob Rigi — Cornell University — Genealogies, Family, discourses of Homeland and claims to Resources in Kazakhstan: Primordialism versus Constructivism

25. Sayyora Saidgasimova — Toronto — The Philosophical Categorisation of Speech Sounds in Human Consciousness

26. Dr Olga Andreevna Shaglanova — Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences — Stages of territory development of Transbaikal buryats

27. Duishon Shamatov — OISE/University of Toronto — Teaching Non-Mankurts in post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan

28. Dr Mahnaz Sharifi — University of Tehran, Iran — Palaeo-environmental condition of Zagros Turous region from late Plistocene to early Holocene

29. Dr Habibollah A. Shirazi — Azad University, Tehran, Iran — The Role of Islam and Expansion of Islamic Fundamentalism in the Domestic Environment of Central Asia

30. Manu P. Sobti — College of Architecture Atlanta, GA USA — Spatial Realms and Typologies in the Domestic Environment of the Central Asian Dwelling

31. Dr Marina Mihaylovna Sodnompilova — Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences — Horse lines in the living settlement complex of nomads in Central Asia

32. Dr Ebubekir Sofuoglu — Sakarya University, Turkey — According to Ottoman Archives, the Effects of Turkish Sultan Khalifat on Middle Asian and Indian Muslims

33. Jennifer Taynen — University of Toronto — The Rise of Modern Uighur Nationalism

34. Bek-Mirza Tokotegin — Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey — Political Islam in Central Asia: the case of Batken conflict in the Ferghana Valley

35. Gulazat Tursun — Xinjiang Administrative Institute, Urumqi, China — Analysis of Energy Co-operation between China and Kazakhstan

36. Ulziibayar Vangansuren — Academy of Management Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia — Public Management Reform Issues in Mongolia

37. Enayatollah Yazdani — The Australian National University Canberra, Australia — Democracy reform in Central Asia: Why it has not worked

38. Dr George Zhao — University of Toronto — Female Anxiety and Female Power: the Political Involvement of Mongol Empresses during the 13th and 14th centuries

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Dear Colleagues,

As you know, the Tenth Annual Conference of the Central and Inner Asia Seminar ( CIAS 2004) will be held at the University of Toronto on April 16th & 17th 2004. Our theme this year is The Domestic Environment of

Central and Inner Asia.

The draft programme (in MS Word format) is attached to this message.

Please check our website www.utoronto.ca/deeds/cias/cias.html for last-minute updates and an on-line registration form.

We hope to see many of you in Toronto. If you have any questions please email me or call 416 978 4882.

Best wishes

Gillian Long

THE DOMESTIC ENVIRONMENT OF CENTRAL AND INNER ASIA

TENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CENTRAL AND INNER ASIA SEMINAR

CROFT CHAPTER HOUSE, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY APRIL 16 & 17, 2004

FRIDAY

8.10 Registration

8.30 Welcome by Dr Robert J. Birgeneau, President of the University of Toronto

8.45 Coffee and book sales

9.00 SHIRAZI, Dr. Habibollah, Tehran Azad University, Iran: The Role of Islam and the Expansion of Islamic Fundamentalism in the Domestic Environment of Central Asia

9.30 BUNN, Dr. Stephanie, Open University, England: From the Domestic to the Divine: a Study of Kyrgyz Felt Carpets

10.00 ABBAS, Dr. Najam, Institute of Ismaili Studies, London, England: Tajikistan's Civil Society Environment: Endogenous Preferences & Exogenous Perceptions

10.30 LISSENKOVA, Natalia, University of Leeds, England: Textual Representations of Mongolia and the Mongols in Official Chinese Publications since 1991

11.00 Coffee break

11.20 MAJIDI KHAMENEH, Batoul, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran: The Protection of the Environment according to Islam

11.40 SOFUOGLU, Dr. Ebubekir, Sakarya University, Turkey: The Effects of the Turkish

Sultan Khalifat on Middle Asian and Indian Muslims, according to Ottoman Archives

12.10 YAZDANI, Enayatollah, Australian National University, Canberra: Democracy Reform in Central Asia: Why it has not worked.

12.40 GHAMAT, Dr. Jafar, Tehran Azad University Iran: Authoritarian Regimes in Central Asia and their Impacts within the Domestic Environment

1.10 Lunch (provided)

2.10 MAHFROOZI, Dr. Ali, Cultural Heritage of Mazandaran, Iran: Cultural Affinities among the States of the Caspian Sea Littoral from an Archaeological Perspective

2.40 AKHMEDJONOV, Alisher & SAIMOV, Komil, Samarkand, Uzbekistan: The Economic Development of Uzbekistan, 1991 to the Present

3.10 BENJAMIN, Dr. Craig, Grand Valley State University, Michigan: A Nation of Nomads? The Lifeway of the Yuezhi in the Gansu and Bactria

3.40 LARSON, Christian Nils, Indiana University: Hospitality in 19th- Century Samarqand and Bukhara: The Travelers’s Logs

4.10 Coffee break

4.30 TAYNEN, Jennifer, University of Toronto: The Rise of Modern Uighur Nationalism

5.00 OJEDA-MATA, Maite, Samarkand University, Uzbekistan: Towards an Anthropology of Genocide

5.30 RIGI, Dr. Jakob, Cornell University: Primordialism versus Constructivism: Genealogies, Family, discourses of Homeland and claims to Resources in Kazakhstan

6.00 ZHAO, Dr. George, University of Toronto: Female Anxiety and Female Power: The Political Involvement of Mongol Empresses during the 13th and 14th centuries

SATURDAY

8.30 Registration/coffee/book sales

9.00 KRAVETS, Maryna, University of Toronto: From Nomad Tent to Garden Palace: The Evolution of a Jeghizid Household in the Crimea

9.30 SHAMATOV, Duishon, OISE/Univ. of Toronto: Teaching History in post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan: Challenges and Possibilities

10.00 MAJIDI KHAMENEH, Farideh, Cultural Heritage of Iran: An Anthropological Study of Medicinal Herbs in Iran

10.30 ABLIZ, Dr. Bahargul, Private scholar, Toronto: The Uyghur’s Role on the Silk Road

11.00 Coffee break

11.20 FREEDMAN, Eric, Michigan State University: The coverage of Central Asian environmental problems on Western-based web news sites

11.40 ABDUALIEV, Aset, Winthrop University, S. Carolina: The Impact of Globalization on the National Values of Central Asian States

12.10 SAIDGASIMOVA, Sayyora, Private Scholar, Toronto: The Philosophical Categorization of Speech Sounds in Human Consciousness

12.40 NAURYZBAEV, Dr. Mikhail, al-Farabi Kazakh National University: Central Asian Ecological Problems connected with Rocket Space Activity

1.10 Lunch (provided)

2.10 KOZAK, Aysegul & ISIK, Gulseren, University of Minnesota: The Welfare State and Gender: New Directions in Reshaping a Welfare Policy for the Post Soviet Republics of Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan

2.40 CORBETT, Nicholas, University of Manitoba: Steppes to Statehood: Contemporary Nationalism in Uzbekistan

3.10 JAMANGULOVA, Nurmira, American University of Central Asia, Kyrygyzstan: Charitable Work in Kyrygyzstan: a Case Study of Activities of the International Charitable Foundation “Meerim”

3.40 Coffee break

4.00 KARAKOZUEVA, Erkingul, ACDI/VOCA CAIP Project, Kyrgyzstan: Central Asia: Women and Islamism

4.30 SOBTI, Manu, College of Architecture, Atlanta, GA: Spatial Realms and Typologies in the Domestic Environment of the Central Asian Dwelling

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