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Linguistic Landscape Research: Ulaanbaatar – Phillip Marzluf

By |2017-12-07T17:26:45+00:00December 7th, 2017|Field Notes|

English only sign in the center of Ulaanbaatar. (Photo by Phillip Marzluf) Mongolia Field Note #11 - author Phillip Marzluf Linguistic landscape research examines all of the written materials that are publicly accessible to people in their daily lives. Rather than looking at books, poems, textbooks, or students’ writing, linguistic landscape researchers are interested in [...]

Amur Falcon nesting ecology: a case-study in land-use practices, climate change, and protected areas in central Mongolia – Ryan C. Burner

By |2017-09-25T22:47:42+00:00September 25th, 2017|Field Notes|

Studying the nesting ecology of the Amur Falcon alongside herds of Takhi, the Mongolia wild horse. Photo credit: Gombobaatar Sundev. Mongolia Field note #10, author: Ryan C. Burner Mongolia, due to its diversity of habitats and elevations and its key location along central Asian migratory routes, is home to a wide variety of [...]

Ulaanbaatar Studies and the Pursuit of Knowledge in the City Streets – Paweł Szczap

By |2017-08-31T22:31:02+00:00August 31st, 2017|Field Notes|

Mongolia Field note #9, author: Paweł Szczap Home to roughly half of the population of Mongolia, the capital of the country – Ulaanbaatar – in many ways remains a curious case. This once nomadic, monastic encampment experienced drastic changes during the 20th century. Under communist rule concrete buildings took the place of wooden temples forming a [...]

Mongolia Researcher Registry

By |2017-06-28T03:47:02+00:00February 14th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Thank you for your interest in our Mongolian Researcher and Research Organization Registries. Our goal is to connect researchers within and between academic disciplines. If you’d like to be featured here, please fill out the form here, or for an organization, follow this link, then email chpa@mongoliacenter.org to confirm. This is a preliminary release of the Mongolian [...]

Breastfeeding across the World: Celebrating Mother’s Milk in Mongolia- Aubrey Menard

By |2016-11-23T15:05:35+00:00August 1st, 2016|Field Notes|

Mongolia Field Note #2, author: Aubrey Menard In Mongolia, breastfeeding is celebrated rather than stigmatized. A Statue in the National Park showcases a woman feeding twins. (Photo by Aubrey Menarndt) Following a brutally cold winter, the first March day that the temperature broke freezing, Mongolians rejoiced by spending the day outdoors. Young mothers [...]

Official translation of the new “Law for Protection of Mongolia’s Cultural Heritage” and the associated official application form

By |2016-06-05T21:53:07+00:00June 5th, 2016|News|

By Dr. Ann M. Altman, Hamden, CT (annaltman@gmail.com) In May 2014, the Mongolian government passed a law designed to protect Mongolia’s cultural heritage.  The purpose of the law is outlined in the first paragraph, as follows: “The  purpose  of  the  law  is  to  regulate  relations  pertaining  to   investigation,  registration,  research,  classification,  assessment,  preservation,   protection,  restoration,  recreation, [...]

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