ESCAS 2019: thank you!

Dear colleagues, Thank you to everyone who participated in the European Society for Central Asian Studies 2019 conference at the […]

A reflection on the ESCAS conference

The 16th Biennial European Society for Central Asian Studies Conference was a vibrant and sparkling collation of people, ideas and […]

ESCAS Statement of concern over the indictment and imprisonment of Professor Andrei V. Kubatin, Institute of Oriental Studies, Tashkent

10 June, 2019 The European Society for Central Asian Studies expresses its deep concern over the indictment and continued imprisonment, […]

Transnational Politics of Central Asia and Beyond – 26 June, 2019

ESCAS 2019 Pre-Conference Workshop

ESCAS 2019 Pre-Conference Workshop Wednesday 26 June 2019 Upper Lounge at Reed Hall, Streatham Campus, University of Exeter This workshop […]

Professor Richard Foltz (Concordia University) presents “What is the meaning of ‘Tajik’?”

13 May 2019, 16:30, IAIS Building/LT1 – An Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies seminar Open to everyone Richard Foltz […]

The Status of Tajikistan’s Political Opposition Abroad: An Event @ GWU

9 April, 2019 @ 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM Central Asia Program, George Washington University   WHERE: Room 505 1957 […]

Russian organised crime and money laundering – tackling ‘Vory’ and Moneyland

PROJECT LAUNCH With Oliver Bullough and Mark Galeotti 5.30-7.00pm, Wednesday 27 February, 2019 Location: Amory 128 Russian and Eurasian organised […]

New anti-corruption research project

How effective are beneficial ownership checks? A new project will investigate the laundering of monies and reputations by professional enablers […]

Does the university internationalisation agenda erode academic freedom?

Our seminar with John Smith Trust fellows explored the boundaries of ‘liberal’ and ‘authoritarian’ in international education and research cooperation […]

Not In Our Name: multiple causes for reflection

A new documentary by RFE/RL provides an opportunity to reflect on the complexities of the recruitment of Central Asians to […]

Governance and Development in Central Asia: Local and global aspects

Joint ExCAS-JST on workshop 22 November

A workshop, 10am–5pm, 22 November 2018 Knightly building, Streatham Campus, University of Exeter A workshop with Exeter Central Asian Studies (ExCAS) […]

Rich Russians, ‘Vory’ and Moneyland: Schimpfössl, Helmer, Galeotti and Bullough speak at Exeter in 2018/19

At two events in the 2018/19 academic year we welcome four leading authors and commentators on transnational business and organised […]