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Public Events

Public Events

All public programming events are free and open to the public. Seating is limited and available on a first come first serve basis.

Lecture Series


March 29, 6pm

Michael Frachetti, Washington University in St. Louis

Formative and Transformative 'Ecumenes':  Nomadic Worlds of Kazakhstan during the Bronze and Iron Ages

 

April 26, 6pm

Katheryn M. Linduff, University of Pittsburgh

Immortals in a Foreign Land: The Kargali Diadem

 

May 10, 6pm

Claudia Chang, Sweet Briar College

The Ideology of Power:  Elites, Herders, and Farmers during the Iron Age in Southeastern Kazakhstan

 

May 24, 6pm

Henri-Paul Francfort, Maison René Ginouvès, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

From the Excavation of a Frozen Tomb to the Writing of History: The Berel' 11 Barrow Project (Kazakhstan, Altai, Third Century BCE)

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