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Context 21

Seventh Annual Science and the Future Symposium

Context is a friendly convention focused on speculative fiction literature and related games, comics and films.

September 26-28, 2008 Columbus, Ohio


A website offering information on volunteering for as little as an hour a week.

The 2007 SAFE Student Illustration and Photography Competition is now >open - we invite students from all over the world to enter! >Detailed information about the competition is available on our website: >

An translated article from the Russian newspaper, Pravda, presenting information on Arkaim, an archaeological site east of the Ural Mountains dating from ca 2000 BCE and attributed to Indo-Iranians. All good archaeological information except we can vouch for the references to UFO.

Tarim Basin (China) mummy on display in Japan.
Global DNA Project. National Geographic and IBM to track human migrations using DNA.For a small fee, partaicipants can scrape mucous membrane cells from inside the cheek and become part of the project.

Ancestry and DNA Testing: Individualized Testing Reports

A good source for information about the contemporary Kazaks of Western Mongolia

A reader pointed out that the Kazak woman illustrated at the beginning of this article bears a striking resemblance to the reconstruction of the Sarmatian woman excavated from Cemtary 2, Kurgan 7, Burial 2 at Pokrovka (Russia) in 1995. This woman is known as 2-7-2 in the National Geographic International and the PBS documentaries Secrets of the Dead "Warrior Women"

"Chieftain or Warrior Priestess" Archaeology, Vol 50, No. 5, Sept-Oct 1997.
An Annotated Bibliography on ancient cultures, many referring to nomadic cultures/women and amazons.

University of Sydney, Central Asian Program

Including new archaeological discoveries in 2004

Asian Studies, Transoxiana, Web Journal

The Webfestschrift Marshak, an electronic version of Eran ud Aneran, is a collection of articles presented to B.I. Marshak.

Center for East Asian Studies at the Monterey Institute for International Studies in Monterey, California

Database of resources on Northeast Asia

CARRIE--Full electonic text library
Excusrions into Khovsgol, Ar hangay and the Altai aimags of Mongolia with Boojun
"Mujaan." The website commenting with illustrations on a documentary by Chris McKee revealing the making of a Mongolian ger (tent-like home of the Mongol nomads).
Photos of Mongolia

This is a non-commercial website with more than 2500 pictures and comments about Mongolia.

An interview of Jeannine Davis-Kimball by Rasa Von Werden

Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads (CSEN)