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THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL CENTRAL EURASIAN STUDIES CONFERENCE
AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY
APRIL 3, 2004
ASSOCIATION OF CENTRAL EURASIAN STUDENTS
• COMMITMENT TO ASSIST STUDENT INITIATIVES (CASI)
• THE DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL EURASIAN STUDIES
• THE INNER ASIAN AND URALIC NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER
• OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS
• THE ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
• THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
• DEPARTMENT OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES
• DEPARTMENT OF EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURE
• THE LINGUISTICS DEPARTMENT
• THE DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
• SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
The conference will be held at
Ballantine Hall on the IU Bloomington Campus from
8 AM-5 PM on Saturday, April 3rd. Panels will start at 9 AM. Each talk should be
approximately 15-20 minutes. A light breakfast and lunch will be served. The
conference will be followed by a reception at the IMU Club.
The Detailed Conference Schedule will be posted by March 15th.
Each presenter will have 15-20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes for questions. Panels longer than two hours will have breaks.
|8:00-9:00||REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST in Ballantine Hall 008|
|9:00-12:00:||MORNING PANEL SESSIONS|
|12:00-1:00:||COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH BUFFET|
|1:00-2:00:||FEATURED PRESENTATION by Professor Leonard van der Kuijp (Harvard University)|
|2:00-6:00:||AFTERNOON PANEL SESSIONS|
|8:00-9:00:||PIANO RECITAL by Mr. Jon Liechty co-sponsored by Azerbaijani American Cultural and Educational Foundation (AACEF)|
Last year's conference schedule may be seen
Please email email@example.com for more information or check back on this page. To contact us by phone, call (812) 855-9510 or fax us at (812) 855-7500.
The conference is open and free of charge to everyone who wants to attend, but the sponsoring institutions are unable to provide any funding to conference participants. Participants will be responsible for seeking their own funds to cover all travel and accommodation costs.
This year's conference takes place on the same weekend as the IU György Ránki Hungarian Chair Symposium "Imre Kertész in Perspective: Hungarian and Jewish Culture in the 20th Century." Scheduled for April 2, 2004 in the Indiana Memorial Union Frangipani Room on the Bloomington campus, the symposium is free and open to the public. Advance notice of intent to attend the Hungarian symposium is preferred but not required. Write to the IU Department of Central Eurasian Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org. Details are posted on the IU Events Calendar.