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AKHP Public Lecture April 20th: Culture of Remembrance as a Foundation for Spiritual Revival
AKHP Public Lecture March 31st: Let not whoever has not been associated with culture, be proud of their happiness
The artist has chosen this couplet by Tajik poet and philosopher Nosir Khusrav as some kind of epigraph for the narrative of his vision of life, of an easel painting, and of distinctive features of this type of art. The artist draws inspiration from nature and human spirit. He is fascinated by the diversity and harmony of nature, and by humans who can overcome difficulties. Slow flow of a river that rolls its waters by a steep mountain; multicolored mosaics of flat rocks, covering the river’s bottom and protruding from the clear water not far from the bank. A woman from a mountain village, who washes dishes, sitting on the bank; fresh breeze that caresses her face, making her smile. This environment is her home; it gives her comfort. These are the themes that Mansurov draws in his works. The first painting is entitled The Silk Road and comprises two artworks.
AKHP Public Lecture March 29th: Obstacle Course
This is a motivational lecture that encourages people to set clear goals. This lecture will raise many questions, of which the students will have to answer themselves after they leave the lecture hall.
AKHP Public Lecture March 24th: Exiting the “East-West” Labyrinth through “Dakhlez”
For most thinkers of the Khorasan historical region, the search for origins and “alternatives” is not a one-time act, but rather a step on the road to understanding the world. Discoveries and evidences from one sphere of life/discipline such as music, philosophy, math, geography, astronomy and history, penetrate and circulate in other spheres. In this case, different spheres/disciplines can enrich each other. The interconnection between these disciplines is also directly connected with the social mobility between different people, states, civilization. As a result, the entire region of Central Asia was commercially and academically flexible, and diversified, while at the same time enjoying intellectual integrity. The author offers to discuss this issue through “Dakhlez” – a philosophical concept that ensures balance between the values of a plural-cycle culture of Central Asia, and the influences of external cultures.
AKHP Public Lecture: The Development of Applied Linguistics as a Foundation for Assessing Native and Foreign Languages in their Natural State
AKHP Public Lecture: Traditions and Customs of Kazakh People as a Factor for Spiritual Revival of the Nation
Traditions, customs and mindsets of Kazakh people are the cornerstones of their ethnic culture and ethnic awareness. Our distinctive mental attitude and unique features, which distinguish us from other people, will be interesting for the rest of the world. Moreover, in the context of political and economic modernisation they make our nation more competitive.
IPPA Public Lecture: Fiscal Policy for Technological Development in Central Asia
The countries of Central Asia are now entering into a new stage of their development when labor productivity becomes the main driving force of economic growth. The lecture will provide an overview of public finances (government budget revenue, expenditure and deficit) and analyze these governments’ fiscal policies and what these policies can do for technological development.
AKHP Public Lecture: Research Findings on Cereal Crops in Gorno-Badakhshan
AKHP Public Lecture: East and West: Modern Trends in Cinematography
The lecture will be devoted to a comparative analysis of the current state of cinematography in Central Asia and the West. Today the art of cinema reveals its huge potential in any of its manifestations. New technologies have opened new opportunities for cinema. It is not just about total “computerisation” with computer graphics replacing the usual film, but also about completely new trends such as 5D and interactive cinema, and 3D movies that can be watched at home.
UCA Lecture: When Central Asia was Central, and How to Make it so Again
This lecture highlighted how religious and ethnic intolerance undermined and eventually destroyed the glorious era of Central Asia a 1000 years ago.