The staff and director of the IAUNRC would like to offer our most sincere congratulations to our assistant director, Kasia Rydel-Johnston, whose selfless and tireless endeavors on behalf of the center’s varied programs and outreach activities over the past 15 years, have left an enduring and positive legacy. Ms. Rydel-Johnston’s contribution to the center’s mission and day-to-day operations have been absolutely essential and integral to our success. Furthermore, Ms.
CEUS R 309/ 509 Estonia’s Place: Borders and Neighbors
CASE S&H and Cultural Studies (Global Civilizations and Cultures)
TR 4-6:30 pm, SY 105
FELLOWSHIPS FOR STUDY OF EAST EUROPEAN AND CENTRAL ASIAN LANGUAGES AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY, SUMMER 2017
Title VIII Fellowships are available to support US citizen graduate students, college/university faculty, and professionals from a range of fields (government, business, journalism, NGOs, and other) in the study of various East European and Central Asian languages at the Indiana University Summer Language Workshop to be held June 5-July 28, 2017.
Associate Director, Summer Language Workshop
The IAUNRC is a United States Department of Education Title VI grant institution that coordinates resources to increase understanding of all aspects of the diverse region and peoples of the Inner Asia and Uralic Regions. The IAUNRC works in tandem with four other Indiana University organizations focused on Central Eurasia, making IU the nation's paramount academic institution for the study of this region. These partner organizations are:
- The Department of Central Eurasian Studies
- The Sinor Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies
- The Center for Languages of the Central Asian Region
- The Summer Language Workshop
- Turkish Language Flagship Center
Past Events Highlights
By Shahlo Seidmedova
On Friday, November 11, the film “Bringing Tibet Home” was screened at Woodburn Hall in IMU followed by a Q&A session with the director, Tenzin Tsetan Choklay. Choklay is a New York based Tibetan filmmaker who won the “Emerging Director Award” at the 2014 Asian American International Film Festival in New York City.
By Jessica Storey-Nagy
In early November, Professor Péter Krekóand I were invited to talk to students and faculty at Claflin University in Orangeburg, South Carolina about the importance of international and area studies and to share our research on Hungarian nationalism.