We're pleased to announce a new video series, titled "Mongolia Explained," where we guide and explain the basic concepts of the Mongolian way to researchers, scholars, and even visitors to Mongolia. Our first video is on public transportation. The traffic in Mongolia can be frustrating. But thanks to a first-lane regulation, buses are [...]
For the second year, the ACMS Cultural Heritage Program, with support from the Henry Luce Foundation, is sponsoring up to two Mongolians citizen who works as, or is studying to become a museum professional in a relevant field to participate in an internship at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York in Fall 2019. [...]
Roxann Prazniak, Sudden Appearances: The Mongol Turn in Commerce, Belief, and Art (Perspectives on the Global Past) Part of the University of Hawaii Press's continuing series Perspectives on the Global, this new book will be of special interest to ACMS members, given its emphasis on the "artistic creations and political transformations" fostered [...]
We are pleased to inform that membership cards are available henceforth to all our patrons. If you haven't done so, please visit our library and pick up your membership card. In addition, more new books have arrived at the library!
We regret to inform you that our Speaker Series lecture of June 4 with Alexandria Hill has been cancelled due to unforeseen travel difficulties for our speaker. We apologize for any inconveniences this may have caused. We do have another pop-up Speaker series lecture on June 12 with Dr. Jennifer Lander, and we look forward [...]