Entries Tagged as 'Conferences'

MIASU Members Awarded the Highest National Honours of Mongolia

December 11th, 2018 by anna.c

  Drawing an end to the successful Cambridge Mongolia Seminar, Dr Uradyn Bulag and Mrs Libby Peachey were delighted to be presented with awards by H.E. Mr. Tulga Narkhuu, Ambassador of Mongolia, on behalf of the President of Mongolia. Dr Uradyn Bulag was awarded the ‘Order of Polar Star’ for his invaluable contribution in promoting […]

Second Onon Prize Awarded to Professor Charles Ramble

December 11th, 2018 by anna.c

On 5 December 2018, Professor Caroline Humphrey, on behalf of the MIASU, presented the second Onon Prize to Professor Charles Ramble for his outstanding contributions to Inner Asian Studies.    

Cambridge Mongolia Seminar – report

December 11th, 2018 by anna.c

On the 55th anniversary of UK-Mongolia diplomatic relations, The ‘Cambridge Mongolia Seminar’ was successfully organized by the Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit in partnership with the Embassy of Mongolia to the United Kingdom. H.E. Mr. Tulga Narkhuu, Ambassador of Mongolia to the United Kingdom, opened the seminar and his speech highlighted the significance of the […]

MIASU at 30 years

October 19th, 2016 by admin

On 7th October 2016 MIASU held a conference: ‘Inner Asian Lineages and Future Horizons’ to celebrate 30 years since the Unit was founded in 1986 by Professor Caroline Humphrey and Professor Urgunge Onon. Dr David Sneath (Director) gave the welcome speech. Panels at the conference represented the Unit’s major themes: 1. Nationhood, Statecraft, and Inner […]

8-9 December – Steppe Road: Mongolia’s Connectivity in Eurasia: an International Symposium

November 23rd, 2015 by anna.c

Steppe Road: Mongolia’s Connectivity in Eurasia 8-9 December 2015 In September 2014, upon Mongolia’s initiative, heads of state of Mongolia, China and Russia met during the SCO Summit in Dushanbe, Tajikistan and agreed to work together on transnational infrastructure development. The three parties agreed in principle to build a ‘Steppe Road’ in Mongolia, reviving a […]