Web/campus seminar at Caucasus Studies, Malmö University:
February 9, 2016 Märta-Lisa Magnusson, Senior lecturer, Caucasus Studies, MaH, gave a lecture on Conflict cases in Post Soviet Caucasus. Characteristics, Causes, Consequences and (possible) Conflict resolution.
Link to the lecture
Laz was in focus at today’s web & campus seminar on Caucasian languages in Turkey with visiting researcher Betul Emgin Cogal (Bilgi University, Istanbul). Betul has conducted field research with Laz communities in north-eastern Turkey.
Below – after the seminar: Staff, visiting researchers and some of our students at Caucasus Studies
Web/campus seminar at Caucasus Studies, Malmö University: March 11
2015. George Mchedlishvili, Associate prof. of University of Georgia, gave a presentation at our web seminar on March 11, 16.15, on the topic “Current political dynamics in the South Caucasus”
Watch the first part of the seminar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZxagU9n3Zc
Caucasus web/campus seminar
On the basis of research from his recently defended doctoral dissertation The Circassian Revival: a quest for recognition at the Dept. of Crosscultural and Regional Studies, Copenhagen University, PhD Lars Funch Hansen will give the seminar:The Role of Digital Diaspora in the Circassian Revival.
- When: December 3, 16.15-17.30 (Swedish time)
- Where: Malmö University Campus, “Kranen” studio
- Online participation: send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to the seminar: http://bambuser.com/v/5122978
At our third webseminar this semester Märta-Lisa Magnusson – based on a paper presented at the international conference “De-facto Entities in the Post-Soviet Space: Dynamics and Prospects”, Sevan, Armenia, Sept. 4-5 – will discuss the different outcome in terms of political status obtained by post-Soviet Abkhazia, Chechnya, Nagorno-Karabakh and South Ossetia.
The web-seminar on October 22 starts at 16.15 (Studio at Kranen). Welcome!
Link to the seminar
The international conference ‘De-facto Entities in the Post-Soviet Space: Dynamics and Prospects’ was organized by Caucasus Institute (CI) Yerevan, Armenia (www.c-i.am)
Prof. Zaal Kikvidze, Chikobava Institute, Tbilisi State University (Georgia): Alphabet Shift in the Caucasus: Motivations and Implications. Visiting lecturer Aytan Sadigova, Azerbaijan Technical University, Baku (Azerbaijan), discusses Alphabet shifts in Azerbaijan.
When? October 1, 16.00–ca 17.30.
Where? Kranen studio
You will be able to follow the seminar on video at the course site. Join us on skype caucasusstudies, where you will be able to pose questions to the lecturers.
Participation on campus
Students and staff in Malmö/Lund are welcome to attend the web seminar at Malmö University campus. We will meet at the entrance to “Kranen” at 15.45 and go to the studio together.
How to get there: Walk from the Central station or take bus no 5 (stop Ubåtshallen, 5 stops from the railway station).
Alexandre Kukhianidze is professor in political science of Tbilisi State University, Georgia. His visit to Malmö University and Caucasus Studies at the Faculty of Culture and Society is funded by a Linneaus-Palme grant.
Professor Kukhianidze has been a frequest visitor to Caucasus Studies in Malmö and this time he stays for three weeks (September 1–23).
During his visit he has given the web/campus seminar: Georgia after the Soviet collapse. What is Georgia today?
Welcome to a web and campus seminar with Visiting professor Alexandre Kukhianidze, Professor of Political Science at Tbilisi State University, followed by discussion on Skype and in the studio:
Georgia after the Soviet collapse. What is Georgia today?
Participation: Online or campus.
When? September 10, 16.30–ca 18.00.
Where? Online (www.mah.se/imer/caucasusstudies) or Malmö University campus studio at Kranen
Open to staff and students