Inner Asia Digital Archive
This archive provides scholars with access to unique research materials and primary sources of information. It provides broad access to rare and valuable resources to the general public both in Inner Asia and internationally.
From 2003-2014, The ACMS Update offered a bi-annual newsletter highlighting events and activities at the ACMS, as well as information about academic events and activities in general in the region. Request older updates via email to: email@example.com
Mongolian Research Notes
From 2008-2013, this blog offered a listing of insights and ideas related to Mongolian Studies and conducting research in Mongolia.
ACMS Internship Program
From 2007-2017, the ACMS offered students numerous opportunities to work as interns. This helped students gain greater understanding of Mongolia while at the same time contribute to the collective knowledge of the scholarly community.
Books for Mongolia
From 1993-2007, in partnership with the Asia Foundation, Books for Mongolia put one million English language books, ranging from children’s picture books to university textbooks, into the hands of students and leaders in Mongolia.
Cultural Heritage Program
From 2015-2018, in partnership with the Henry Luce Foundation, the ACMS supported academic research projects that contributed to the documentation and preservation of the tangible and intangible cultural heritage of Inner Asia.
The ACMS hosted an inter-disciplinary field school program from July 29 to August 16, 2019 in Mongolia. It was attended by undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and life-long learners interested in learning field research techniques and participating in activities that highlight the culture, history and environment of Mongolia.
NEH Summer Institute for School Teachers 2018
From July 16 – August 10, 2018 at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, the NEH Summer Institute offered K-12 educators humanities-focused resources to help broaden curriculum to include a growing trend toward interlocking histories using the Great Mongol Empire as the theme.
NEH Summer Institute for School Teachers 2016
From June 6 – July 1, 2016 at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, the NEH Summer Institute was attended by 25 Summer Scholars, some with experience in teaching Mongolia, and some who have never taught or studied aspects of Mongolia—but hope to.