Central Eurasian Studies at Harvard University
SEMINAR- Muslims of Central Asia, Eren Tasar, Boston Public Library, 4/17
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Great Decisions 2007
"Muslims of Central Asia: Hope and Dedication in a Post-Soviet World".
Davis Center for Eurasian and Russian Studies, Harvard University
Join WorldBoston as we examine the role Islam plays in the five
Central Asian nations. Coined as "The New Great Game", Central Asia is
quickly becoming a sought after land environmentally, politically, and
religiously among major world powers. Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan,
Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan are each attempting to carve
out their own unique identity amidst the backdrop of their rich
religious and social differences and shared history.
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Boston Public Library - Mezzanine Conference Room
Free And Open To The Public
Each Spring WorldBoston hosts the series known as Great Decisions.
This series was created by the Foreign Policy Association who also
selects the topics covered each year. In Boston, WorldBoston leads
community discussions with a local expert every Tuesday night in March
and April at the main branch of the Boston Public Library. All
sessions are free of charge and open to the public. WorldBoston is
grateful for the financial support of the Lowell Institute which makes
this series possible as well the in-kind support it receives from the
Boston Public Library.
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