The region of civilisational interactions from Central Asia to Eastern Europe and from Southern Russia to Iran has been one of the focal geographical points in world history. The main cultural, political and civilisational players in this domain have been the Iranian and Turkic peoples, while the Caucasus and the Transcaucasian region with their cultural, ethnographical and linguistic uniqueness have served as a connecting link and an arena for wars and peaceful cohabitation. Though the main stress of the conference will be on cultures, histories (including archaeology, etc.), languages and the literatures of this vast area, presentations on modern political and regional issues, as well as the human ecology topics are also welcomed. The conference seeks to emphasise links between the Turkic world, the Caucasus, and Iran.
Working languages – English and Russian.
Abstracts (not to exceed 300 words) are to be submitted here (http://www.armacad.org/civilizationica/abstracts.php) by February 20, 2009.
A brief biography, including contact details, is also to be included.
Once your materials have been submitted, a confirmation letter will be returned. If you do not receive a confirmation e-mail within 7 days, then we have not received your materials. Only in this case, please contact: email@example.com
A notification of acceptance will be sent by March 30, 2009.
All whose abstracts are accepted for presentation at the conference have to send to the Conference Organising Committee 10 Euros before June 10 in order to ensure their participation. This amount of money will be reduced from the participation fee.
The conference participation fee is 70 Euros and a reduced rate of 35 Euros for postgraduate students. Participants from the Caucasus and Central Asia will pay 35 Euros.
For further information do not hesitate to contact:
Dr. Khachik Gevorgyan,
Secretary of the Organising Committee
Makhtumquli Feraqi Centre for Turkic Studies,
ARYA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Shahamiryanneri street, 18/2
Tel: +374 (10) 44-35-85
Fax: +374 (10) 44-23-07
International Organising Committee
Prof. Dr. Garnik Asatrian (Yerevan)
Prof. Dr. Uwe Blaesing (Leiden)
Prof. Dr. Ralph Kautz (Vienna)
Prof. Dr. Vladimir Livshits (SPb)
Prof. Dr. Levon Zekiyan (Venice)
Prof. Dr. Said Amir Arjomand (New York)
Prof. Dr. Murtazali Gadjiev (Makhachkala)
Prof. Dr. Rovshan Rahmoni (Dushanbe)
Prof. Dr. George Sanikidze (Tbilisi)
Dr. Gulnara Aitpaeva (Bishkek)
Dr. Behrooz Bakhtiari (Tehran)
Dr. Habib Borjian (New-York)
Dr. Babak Rezvani (Amsterdam)
Dr. Mher Gyulumian (Yerevan)
Dr. Mahmoud Joneydi Ja’fari (Tehran)
Dr. Seyyed Said Jalali (Tehran)
Dr. Kakajan Janbekov (Ashgabat)
Dr. Filiz Kiral (Istanbul)
Dr. Irina Natchkebia (Tbilisi)
Dr. Vahram Petrosian (Yerevan)
Dr. Tamerlan Salbiev (Vladikavkaz)
Dr. Alexander Safarian (Yerevan)
Dr. Khachik Gevorgyan
Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations,
Department of Iranian Studies
Yerevan State University.
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