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Stark Bukhara 2021

IAAS Lecture: Eternal Silk Road? New Archaeological Data from Bukhara and its Hinterland

December 7, 2022
Prof. Sören Stark, New York University, will present his work "Eternal Silk Road? New Archaeological Data from Bukhara and its Hinterland" on Wednesday, December 7, 2022 at 1:15pm. This lecture will be a hybrid event. Please join us in person in CGIS-S050, 1730 Cambridge Street. Cambridge MA. To join online, please register ... Read more about IAAS Lecture: Eternal Silk Road? New Archaeological Data from Bukhara and its Hinterland
Prof. Samuel Hodgkin

IAAS Lecture: Internationalist Romance and Translation in the Turcosphere, 1941-1964

November 2, 2022
Prof. Samuel Hodgkin, Yale University, will present his work "Internationalist Romance and Translation in the Turcosphere, 1941-1964" on Wednesday, November 2, 2022 at 1:15pm. This lecture will be a hybrid event. Please join us in person in CGIS-S050, 1730 Cambridge Street. Cambridge MA. To join online, please register ... Read more about IAAS Lecture: Internationalist Romance and Translation in the Turcosphere, 1941-1964

IAAS Lecture: The Gerays and Ottomans: Two Dynasties in Alliance and Rivalry

October 5, 2022

Prof. Hakan Kirimli, Bilkent University, will present his work "The Gerays and Ottomans: Two Dynasties in Alliance and Rivalry" on Wednesday, October 5, 2022 at 1:15pm. This lecture will be a hybrid event. Please join us in person in CGIS-S050, 1730 Cambridge Street. Cambridge MA. To join online, please register...

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Dr. Joshua Freeman

September 19, 2022
 J.Freeman We pleased to announce that Dr. Joshua Freeman (IAAS ' 19) has recently become an Assistant Research Fellow at the Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica.  

Congratulations to Zhouyang Ma on receiving the Bok Certificate in Teaching Language and Culture!

May 5, 2022

In collaboration with the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning awards the Bok Certificate in Teaching Language and Culture to GSAS PhD students who demonstrate their commitment to excellence in the teaching of language(s) and culture(s). Well done, Zhouyang!

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Offered in Person and Virtually! This Time It Will Be Different: State Discourse and Native Response in Xinjiang, 1934-1957

April 6, 2022

Dr. Joshua L. Freeman will be returning to the Harvard Inner Asian and Altaic Studies Program to present his work "This Time It Will Be Different: State Discourse and Native Response in Xinjiang, 1934-195" On Wednesday...

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V. Wallace

IAAS Lecture: The Transcultural Features of Mongolia’s Buddhist Manuscripts and Xylographs

February 2, 2022

Please join us online for the first of two February Inner Asian and Altaic Studies lectures.

Prof. Vesna Wallace of the University of California, Santa Barbara will present her work ‘The Transcultural Features of Mongolia’s Buddhist Manuscripts and Xylographs’. The abstract may be...

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