This series of annual symposia, sponsored jointly by the East Asian Studies Center, Inner Asian & Uralic National Resource Center, and the Russian and East European Institute, is the successor to the joint symposium series, "China, Russia, and the World." These symposia will examine the myriad connections that link the Eurasian space. This year's symposium took place on Friday, March 29, 2019 at the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies.
Presented at this symposium:
"Displacements in Mongolia in Times of Crisis" by Morris Rossabi, Queens College, CUNY
"PTSD Land: The Emotional Geography of Ukraine's Displaced" by Greta Uehling, University of Michigan
"Scenario without Winners: Displacement Caused by Environmental Disasters in Kyrgyzstan" by Emil Nasritdinov, American University of Central Asia
with Marianne Kamp (CEUS) as moderator and discussant.