The International Mongolian Studies Symposium Vienna will take place at the Weltmuseum Wien from January 23 rd to 24 th 2020. The symposium focuses on social and cultural anthropology and interdisciplinary approaches including Mongolia-related research on archaeology, history, arts and natural sciences. The symposium provides a forum for international Mongolian Studies scholars to present and discuss theoretical and empirical research, exchange knowledge and enhance networking and communication on current research issues and approaches. We intend to bring researchers, scholars and artists together biennially with the aim of discussing recent investigations, ongoing research projects and experiences.
Saskia Abrahms-Kavunenko (University of Erfurt) | Tsetsentsolmon Baatarnaran (Austrian Academy of Sciences) | Bumochir Dulam (National University of Mongolia) | Zoljargal Enkh-Amgalan (MPI-SHH Jena) | Christina Franken (University of Bonn) | Claudia Heu (Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna) | Lars Højer (University of Copenhagen) | Byambabaatar Ichinkhorloo (University of Zürich/University of Oxford) | Katharina Kohler (University of Applied Arts Vienna) | Erdenebold Lhagvasuren (Mongolian University of Science and Technology) | Gabriela Krist (University of Applied Arts Vienna) | Charlotte Marchina (INALCO, Paris) | Maria Katharina Lang (Austrian Academy of Sciences) | Björn Reichhardt (Humboldt University Berlin, MPI-SHH Jena) | Hendrik Rohland (University of Bonn) | Egshig Shagdarsuren (National University of Mongolia) | Alevtina Solovyeva (University of Tartu) et al.
see detailed programme: dispersedandconnected.net