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2017

03 July 2017 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Public Lecture: Lost Enlightenment: Central Asia's Golden Age from the Arab Conquest to Tamerlane
The lecture presents Frederick Starr's new book, Lost Enlightenment: Central Asia's Golden Age from the Arab Conquest to Tamerlane, which was translated from English into Tajik by the well-known Tajik linguist, Professor Abdusalom Mamadnazarov.
Other languages: Русский язык |

30 May 2017 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Public Lecture: Reflections on the History of Pamir Peoples Through Language
Research on Pamir languages provide valuable information on the history and culture of the Pamir people. Linguistic materials allow historians to reconstruct history, the migration and process of resettlement of Iranians in their new areas of dwelling. Elements of ancient religions, family trees and historical phenomena are documented through language. Phonetic and lexical analysis of Pamir languages indicate that the process of settlement of Pamirs could go from west, to east  and southern parts of the region. Moreover, the process of unification and assimilation of the Pamir peoples proceeded peacefully and covered a large historical period. However, it is difficult to determine whether the Pamiri people were original inhabitants or relocated like other ancient people living in the region.
Other languages: Русский язык |

30 May 2017 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Public Lecture: Principles of Bioethics and Nurturing Morality in the Kyrgyz Culture
The Kyrgyz system of nurturing morality has evolved over centuries and is validated by experiences throughout several generations and continues to persist in the memory of Kyrgyz people. Today, the Kyrgyz people should consider restoring bioethics into the modern ethical and educational system, the sacred meaning of which is encoded in proverbs, rituals, traditions, clothes, patterns, colour symbolism and the heroic epic Manas.
Other languages: Русский язык |

27 May 2017 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Public Lecture: Model of the Philosophy of Education in the 21st Century
A critical role of education is to detect how personalities are formed to meet the needs of the nation and society at its various stages of development. Throughout history societies set the task to form a personality that is crucial to attain the specific goals of social development. Each stage of development in history presents societal values which are changing and stimulate the formation of this personality and its social portrait. In the 21st century, the demands of globalisation result in new value orientations aimed to form personality traits. This includes traits such as determining a scientific worldview, professional competence, high human moral qualities and a creative rather than destructive mentality. The modern philosophy of education is aimed at addressing these values that form the 21st century personality. This lecture will focus on approaches and tools used in personality formation in the 21st century.
Other languages: Русский язык |

15 May 2017 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Public Lecture: Mechanisms for Power Retention in Turkmenistan
In his lecture, Dr Hendrik Meurs analyses how the Turkmenistan government frames its legitimacy to maintain power. This presentation is delivered in five parts: the system of power maintenance,  economic foundations of this system, the ongoing nation-building process, cult of personality around Turkmenistan’s Presidents and the monumental reshaping of the country’s capital. The analysis is presented as a thick geographic description, based on insights, gained during sustained research trips over a period of several years.
Other languages: Русский язык |

11 May 2017 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Public Lecture: World Development Report 2017: Governance and the Law
The World Bank’s annual flagship World Development Report (WDR) provides in-depth analysis on important aspects of development. WDR 2017 focuses on the role of Governance and the Law in improving policy effectiveness to achieve security, growth and equity outcomes. The Report was launched on 30 January 2017 and has been presented in over 20 countries to date. The event in the Kyrgyz Republic will be the first launch event in the Central Asia region.
Other languages: Русский язык |

10 May 2017 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Public Lecture: Social Cohesion in Kyrgyzstan

04 May 2017 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Public Lecture: Mechanisms for Power Retention in Turkmenistan
In his lecture, Dr Hendrik Meurs analyses how the Turkmenistan government frames its legitimacy to maintain power. This presentation is delivered in five parts: the system of power maintenance,  economic foundations of this system, the ongoing nation-building process, cult of personality around Turkmenistan’s Presidents and the monumental reshaping of the country’s capital. The analysis is presented as a thick geographic description, based on insights, gained during sustained research trips over a period of several years.

27 April 2017 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Public Lecture: Prospects and Challenges for Tourism Development in the Mountain Regions of Tajikistan
This lecture will discuss the prospects and challenges for tourism development in the mountain regions of Tajikistan. Given the growing global demand for tourism services, mountain regions are attractive destinations with its unique history and culture. 
Other languages: Русский язык |

27 April 2017 | PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Public Lecture: Favourite Mistakes: Public Policy in Theory and Practice
Public policy analysis is now a developed academic field, taught in very similar ways in Master of Public Administration and Master of Public Policy programs around the world. The world of policy practice is quite different, however, varying by country, region, experience and context. How well does theory match practice, and are there any systematic differences in policy styles? Do the same mistakes keep getting made, or do policy styles have their own habits and their own, favourite mistakes?
Other languages: Русский язык |

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