Supporting Scholars, Bridging Cultures

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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.

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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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Fellowships

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 with the largest collection of international scholarship on Mongolia in the country. We also offer:

Recent News

ACMS Fall 2020 Internship Announcement

The American Center for Mongolian Studies (ACMS) is a private, non-profit educational organization that supports academic projects and exchanges in Mongolia and the Inner Asian region, which includes Mongolia and ...
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CAORC NEH Senior and Multi-Country Research Fellowships are seeking applications!

CAORC-NEH SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP The CAORC National Endowment for the Humanities Senior Research Fellowship supports advanced research in the humanities for U.S. scholars who hold a PhD (and also foreign ...
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ACMS Virtual Speaker Series – Field Sciences in the Khuvsgul Region

Date: September 17, Thursday, 8:00 p.m. (EST),  September 18, Friday, 8:00 a.m. (ULAT), September 17,  Thursday, 12:00 a.m. (GMT),  Register HERE (Please note that the Zoom link will be emailed ...
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Recent Research Notes

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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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Linguistic Landscape Research: Ulaanbaatar

Author: Phillip Marzluf  |  The Ikh Nart Nature Preserve contains a vast array of archaeological sites and artifacts spanning more than 9,000 years of the human history.
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