The Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads (CSEN) was established to promote research on nomadic cultures who lived in, or are currently living, in Eurasia. CSEN and Zinat Press, are subsidiaries of the American-Eurasian Research Institute, Inc. (AERI), a non-profit educational organization.

 

 

Table of Contents

Archaeology

DNA Results from Pokrovka Warrior Women compared with Meirmgul

 

Ethnographic

The Kangjiashimenji Petroglyphs in the Tien Shan Mountains: A Fertility Ritual Tableau

Publications

Kurgans, Ritual Sites, and Settlements: Eurasian Bronze nd Iron Age.

Oxford: (BAR International Series 890)

Zinat Publications

Nomads of the Altai Mountains: The Mongols. Ancient Traditions in a Modern World

Nomads of the Eruasian Steppes in the Early Iron Age

Kurgans on the Left Bank of the Ilek: Excavations at Pokrovka 1990-1992

The Silk Road and the Cities of the Golden

 

Summer 2015 Field Programs MONGOLIA

This summer the Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads is offering two educational field programs in Mongolia that combine archaeological field research, academic instruction and lectures, cultural engagement, outdoor activities, and adventurous backcountry reconnaissance in the rugged and beautiful Mongolian countryside.

 

Southern Bulgan Provence

July 22nd through July 30

 

Ar Janchivlan Valley & Khentii Province

August 14th through August 23rd

 

 

 

CSEN Awards for Excellence

 

Magellan awarded the CSEN Website their Three Star Award for excellence in June 1996

 

Britannica.com editors selected the CSEN site as one of the best on the Internet when reviewed for quality, accuracy of content, presentation and usability in January 2000.

 

Available at Zinat Press

Women Warriors: An Archaeologist's Search for History's Hidden Heroines

Tiime Warner Books

Articles

Village Life to Nomadism: An Indo-Iranian Model in the Tien Shan Mountain (Xingjiang, China)

Archives

 

 

Grants & Scholarships

Mongolia Fellowship Programs

Support for undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral scholars, faculty, library professionals. Awards from $3000 to $27,00.

AIA Felowship, Grants, and Scholarships

Fellowships for travel and study for scholars and a number of scholarships and grants for students, publications, and AIA Societies.http://www.archaeological.org/grants

 

American Councils for International Education Title VII Grants for Research and Advanced LanguageTraining programs in Central Asia, the South Caucasus, Southeast Europe, Moldova, Russia, and Ukraine. For additional info see: http://researchfellowships.americancouncils.org

 

CSEN is an invited member of the History Channel.com

 

CSEN may be reached atTele: + 805 653-2607

FAX: +805 653-2607

e-mail: jkimball@csen.org

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