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CONF./CFP- American Center for Mongolian Studies Annual Meeting, April 4, 2008

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CONF./CFP- American Center for Mongolian Studies Annual Meeting, April 4, 2008

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The American Center for Mongolian Studies (ACMS) and North Georgia
College and State University (NGCSU) are co-organizing a Mongolian
Studies poster session to be held on Friday, April 4, 2008, 7pm-11pm
at the Atlanta Hyatt Regency in conjunction with the Association for
Asian Studies' annual meeting and the ACMS annual meeting.

Posters on any topic related to Mongolia, the Mongolian people or
historical subjects related to the Mongols are welcome. Poster
presenters are required to appear at the meeting to discuss their
work. Posters may be in either English or Mongolian language, and
students and scholars from all countries and fields of study are
invited to participate in the poster session and reception.

To propose a poster for the session, please send a brief abstract (no
more than 250 words) to Enkhbaatar Demchig at
before February 15, 2008. Posters will be accepted on a rolling basis.

You do not need to be registered for the AAS conference to
participate, but poster presenters should be members of the ACMS at
the time of the meetings. For more information about developing an
academic poster, please see the following example for anthropology at

The American Center for Mongolian Studies (ACMS) is an American
Overseas Research Center that supports research and academic exchange
in Inner Asia. It maintains offices in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and at
Western Washington University. More information on the ACMS and
academic resources related to Mongolia may be obtained at

North Georgia College & State University (NGCSU) is a coeducational
state university emphasizing strong liberal arts, as well as
pre-professional, professional, and graduate programs. It serves as a
liberal arts university for all of its students and as a military
college for its Corps of Cadets. NGCSU currently offers a course on
the Mongol Empire, and faculty members are also developing a course on
Mongolia that will be offered in the near future. More information on
NGCSU may be obtained at

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