"Between the Past and the Present in the Caucasus and Central Asia" : Seminar Series - Hilary Term 2016

Seminar series Programme
Brasenose College, Oxford

"Between the Past and the Present in the Caucasus and Central Asia" : Seminar Series - Hilary Term 2016

Week 1 (19/01) - Thomas Wide - The Refuge of the World: Afghanistan and the Muslim Imagination

Week 3 (02/02) - Constance Wyndham - The political Role of Cultural Heritage in Afghanistan's Programme of post-conflict Reconstruction

Week 4 (09/02) - Katherine Hughes - State-sponsored Architecture and Material Culture in post-independent Tajikistan: The Achaemenid and Samanid legacy

Week 5 (16/02) - Elena Paskaleva - Timurid Architecture and National Ideology in Uzbekistan

Week 6 (23/02) - Nikoloz Alekside - The 'Caucasus' as a Political Project: A short History of Formation

Week 7 (01/03) - Anna Larson - Democracy in Afghanistan in Historical Reflection

Week 8 (08/03) - Harun Yilmaz - Regional Geopolitics in the South Caucasus: A historical and Contemporary Assessment

All welcome.

 

The Oxford Seminar for the Caucasus and Central Asia (TOSCCA)

In partnership with: The Nizami Ganjavi Programme for the study of the Languages and Cultures of Azerbaijan and the Caucasus