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7
Dec
“Riding a butterflies without a saddle” Alua Devine
On Tuesday, December 5, AUCA Library hosted a meeting “Riding a butterflies without a saddle” with AUCA faculty members Alua Devine (BA and MBA) and young artist - Alyza Zheldenbaeva.
6
Dec
AUCA starts to study Varieties of Democracy
The Department of International and Comparative Politics of American University of Central Asia held on November 30, 2017 an inaugural workshop of a newly created Regional Center for Central Asia of Varieties of Democracy Institute (V-Dem).
1
Dec
“I’ve learned something new after each conversation”
Kairat Talantbekov, AUCA senior student, tells us about participation at the Falling Walls Conference 2017 in Berlin. He convinced everyone at the first-ever Falling Walls Lab in Bishkek of his idea on how mentors and mentees can best learn from each other.
30
Nov
AUCA students were participating in the hugest festival of youth and students
From 14th to 22nd of October Sochi hosted one of the most ambitious events of the 21st century – the 19th World Festival of Youth and Students.
30
Nov
How to Get into Graduate School
Charles Shaw, a professor from the Central European University, and Gabriel McGuire, a professor at Nazarbayev University, will be giving a talk on Friday, on their school’s respective graduate programs. They will also talk more generally about how students can best prepare themselves to apply to grad school.
29
Nov
“An Ottoman Poet’s Struggle between Nationalism and Communism: Nazim Hikmet and Modernity”
Literature Week is a part of CASI’s Workshop on Literature and History. Supported by a generous contribution from Matthew Nimetz, the aim of the workshop is to create a community of junior scholars and advanced graduate students committed to studying literature and to applying literary tools and methodologies to the study of literary art in the Central Asian past. 
28
Nov
“Nasriddin in Bukhara and Berlin: Humor, Empire, and the Soviet Union at War”
Literature Week is a part of CASI’s Workshop on Literature and History. Supported by a generous contribution from Matthew Nimetz, the aim of the workshop is to create a community of junior scholars and advanced graduate students committed to studying literature and to applying literary tools and methodologies to the study of literary art in the Central Asian past.
27
Nov
Visiting staff and faculty of the Philips Marburg University to AUCA
Within Erasmus+ partnership agreement AUCA hosted the visit of staff and faculty of Philips Marburg University, Germany on October 25 – 30 and November 15 – 22, 2017.
27
Nov
Follow-on Workshop, Intersections of History and Literature in Central Asia
CASI is holding a follow-on workshop this year to the seminar it conducted in 2014 on the “Intersections of History and Literature in Central Asia.” The workshop will be held on the campus of AUCA in Bishkek from 30 November to 2 December 2017.
24
Nov
CASI Presents “Literature Week”
Literature Week is a part of CASI’s Workshop on Literature and History. Supported by a generous contribution from Matthew Nimetz, the aim of the workshop is to create a community of junior scholars and advanced graduate students committed to studying literature and to applying literary tools and methodologies to the study of literary art in the Central Asian past.


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