A new post is up at The CESS Blog by Malika Bahovadinova of the Oriental Institute at the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, “Representing the Social Costs of Migration: Abandoned Wives or Nonchalant Women.”
SSRES at Nazarbayev University in Astana, Kazakhstan is an intensive academic program that offers students the chance to immerse themselves in the Russian or Kazakh languages and to experience Kazakh and post-Soviet culture in the heart of Eurasia.
CESS announced the winners of the 2018 Book Awards, Best Graduate Student Paper Award, and the Edward Allworth Lifetime Service to the Profession Award on October 26, 2018 at the CESS 19th Annual Conference held at the University of Pittsburgh.
CESS is delighted to announce that our 20th Annual Conference– CESS 2019– will be held at George Washington University in Washington D.C. from October 10-13, 2019. Look out for the call for proposals in the coming months!
CESS and the Harriman Institute of Columbia University, are delighted to announce the renaming of the CESS Lifetime Service to the Field Award in honor of the late scholar of Central Asia, Professor Edward Allworth (1920-2016).
On behalf of the members of the Central Eurasian Studies society, we write to express our strong concern over the disappearance of our academic colleague Rahile Dawut.
A new post is up at The CESS Blog by Patryk Reed of the University of Pittsburgh, “The Central Eurasianist Current of the 2018 Modern Rivers of Eurasia Symposium.”
A new post is up at The CESS Blog by Rachel Harris of SOAS University of London: Securitisation and Mass Detentions in Xinjiang.
August 16, 2018: The results of the 2018 CESS elections are now in!
A new post is up at The CESS Blog by Guldana Salimja of the University of British Columbia: The Afterlives of Yurt Wall-hangings: Tus Kiiz.