April 9, 2018

Honorary

The CESS Executive Board occasionally nominates and votes to admit an Honorary Member, chosen for her or his contribution to the field of Central Eurasian studies. Typically, Honorary Members are retired from their professional service at the time they are nominated for this status. They receive the same benefits as individual members, but at no charge.

Honorary Members

Ludwig W. Adamec (University of Arizona, USA), elected in 2006 // wikipedia page

Thomas T. Allsen (The College of New Jersey, USA), elected in 2006 // wikipedia page

Shagdaryn Bira (International Association for Mongol Studies, Mongolia), elected in 2001 // wikipedia page

Hélène Carrère d’Encausse (Académie Française, France), elected in 2001 // wikipedia page

Ilse Cirtautas (University of Washington, USA), elected in 2001 // wikipedia page

Peter B. Golden (Rutgers University, USA), elected in 2007 // wikipedia page

Lars Johanson (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany), elected in 2005 // university page; CV and publications

György Kara (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary), elected in 2001 // wikipedia page

Anatoly M. Khazanov [Анатолий Михайлович Хазанов] (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA), elected in 2001 // wikipedia page

Vladimir Aronovich Livshits [Владимир Аронович Лившиц] (Institute of International Studies – St. Petersburg, Russian Federation), elected in 2007 // wikipedia page

Morris Rossabi (Columbia University, USA), elected in 2007 // wikipedia page

Tadeusz Świętochowski (Monmouth University, USA), elected in 2005 // wikipedia page

Natal’ia L’vovna Zhukovskaia [Жуковская Наталья Львовна] (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation), elected in 2004 // wikipedia page

 

We remember our Honorary Members who have passed

 

Edward Alfred Allworth (1920-2016) Columbia University, USA), elected in 2001 // wikipedia page

Clifford Edmund Bosworth (1928-2015) University of Manchester, UK, elected in 2007 // wikipedia page

Yuri Bregel [Юрий Энохович Брегель] (1925-2016) Indiana University, USA, elected in 2001 // wikipedia page

Yelena Abramovna Davidovich [Давидович Елена Абрамовна] (1922-2013) Institute of Oriental Studies – Moscow, Russian Federation, elected in 2006 // obituary

Richard Nelson Frye (1920-2014) Harvard University, USA, elected in 2001 // wikipedia page

János Harmatta (1917-2004) Hungarian Academy of Sciences – Budapest, Hungary, elected in 2004 // wikipedia page

Halil İnalcık (1916-2016) Bilkent University – Ankara, Turkey, elected in 2005 // wikipedia page

Sergei Grigor’evich Kliashtornyi [Кляшторный Сергей Григорьевич] (1928-2014) Institute of Oriental Studies – St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, elected in 2004 // wikipedia page

Boris Anatol’eyich Litvinskii [Литвинский Борис Анатольевич] (1923-2010) Institute of Oriental Studies – Moscow, Russian Federation, elected in 2007 // wikipedia page

Boris Il’ich Marshak [Маршак Борис Ильич] (1933-2006) Hermitage Museum – St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, elected in 2004 // wikipedia page

Rozia Galievna Mukminova [Мукминова Розия Галиевна] (1922-2007) Institute of History, Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences, Uzbekistan, elected in 2001 // wikipedia page

Omeljan Pritsak [Омелян Пріцак] (1919-2006) Harvard University, USA, elected in 2001 // wikipedia page

Galina Anatol’evna Pugachenkova [Галина Анатольевна Пугаченкова] (1915-2007) Institute of Art History – Tashkent, Uzbekistan, elected in 2005 // wikipedia page

Denis Sinor [Zsinor Dénes] (1928-2015) Indiana University – Bloomington, USA, elected in 2001 // wikipedia page

Irina Vital’evna Zakharova [Захарова Ирина Витальевна] (1928-2015) Omsk State University, Russian Federation, elected in 2001 // webpage