Seminar Series: Spring 2012

Feb 15, 2012

School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Seminar Series: Spring 2012
thursdays, 12:00 to 1:00 p.m., block 8, room 8307

9 February: Celia Emmelhainz
Manager/Subject Librarian, SHSS Collection
“Taking Part in Two Homelands: Belonging, Citizenship and the Mongolian Kazakhs”

16 February: Daniel Pugh
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
“Culture Change and Social Boundaries in Archaeology: A North American Example”

23 February: Alima Bissenova
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Max Planck Institute
“Pleasures of Paternalism: The Boom, the Bust, and the Mediating State in an Authoritarian Context”

15 March: Darya Bukhtoyarova
Senior Manager at Library—Reference and E-Resources
“1990s in Kazakhstan: Country Changed, Lives Changed”

29 March: Michael Kelly
Associate Professor of History
“The Legitimacy of Terror? An Italian Perspective, 1943-1945”

5 April: Zauresh Atakhanova
Associate Professor of Economics
“Assessing Energy Affordability for Households in Kazakhstan”

12 April: Gwen McEvoy
Assistant Professor of Sociology
“Getting Along and Getting Things Done: The Organization of Eldercare Work in the Private Household”

All events are open to the NU community and general public. Refreshments will be served.
Questions? Contact: Caress Schenk ( or Olivia Donaldson (