|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), established in 1989, and its subdidaries are non-profit educational organizations.
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SUMMER 2016 PROGRAMS
During summer 2016, the Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads is offering three educational field programs in Mongolia. These include an archaeological field school with academic instruction and lectures; a special cultural program that encompases Mongolian art and history, with an admixture of photography and outdoor activities; and, lastly, an adventuresome exploration into the Mongolian way of life.
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.
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Grants & Scholarships
Support for undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral scholars, faculty, library professionals. Awards from $3000 to $27,00.
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
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FAX: +805 653-2607
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