Supporting Scholars, Bridging Cultures


Supporting Scholars, Bridging Cultures

The American Center for Mongolian Studies (ACMS) is a non-profit educational organization that supports the development of Mongolian Studies and academic exchanges with Inner Asia.


Visit Mongolia

With the lowest population density of any country on earth, Mongolia has plenty of room to explore. We can help with:

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Our office in Ulaanbaatar offers a variety of fellowships and programs for emerging scholars including:

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Mongolian Studies

Our main office in Ulaanbaatar includes a Research Library where members can loan books and access JSTOR. We also offer:

Recent News

Introduction to the ACMS Library Website and Research Guides

[English below] Америкийн Монгол судлалын төвийн номын сангийн вэбсайт, Либгайд номын сангийн хөтөчийн танилцуулга 8 сарын 9, Мягмар  9:00 (өглөөний) Meeting ID: 818 2399 8614 Passcode: 586991 АНУ-ын Скарборогийн ...
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[English below] Хэзээ:  2022 оны 7-р сарын 29, Баасан гараг, 16:00-17:00 (үдээс хойш) Зүүм өрөөний линк Meeting ID: 841 9645 0994 Passcode: 018412 Энэхүү илтгэл Англиар Монгол орчуулгатай болно.  ...
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New ACMS Library Website Coming Soon

ACMS Library and Media Coordinator T. Gantungalag and ACMS Library Fellow Liz Gartley have been working together to expand the reach of the ACMS Library through the development of a ...
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Recent Research Notes

Cross-Lingual Captioning of Mongolian and English Video Contents, Pt I

Author: Natso Baatarkhuu, Communications Coordinator of ACMS | The ACMS UB Office has been holding biweekly public lectures in English since 2004 with minimal intermissions. While this is our flagship …

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Ethnoarchaeology of Mongolian Hide and Fiber Crafts

Author: Kristen Pearson  |  Mongolia is one of the few places in the world with environmental conditions favorable to the long-term preservation of organic materials, such as textile, leather, and wood.
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Ikh Nart: An Archaeological Treasure Trove

Author: Blake Epstein  |  Looking at the linguistic landscape of Mongolia enhances our knowledge about Mongolians’ use of language and literacy in their daily lives.
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