Mongolian Politics – Aug 26, 11:00 pm PST / Aug 27, 2:00 pm ULAT / Aug 27, 6:00 am GMT

Title: Mongolian Politics (Register here)
Date: Aug 26, 11:00 pm PST / Aug 27, 2:00 pm ULAT / Aug 27, 6:00 am GMT

 

This Virtual Speaker Series session will be on Mongolian politics, with speakers Dr. Julian Dierkes, Dr. Judith Nordby and Sanchir Jargalsaikhan (M.A.), and moderated by Dr. Marissa Smith.

Dr. Julian Dierkes is an Associate Professor in the University of British Columbia’s School of Public Policy and Global Affairs. Trained as a sociologist and Japan expert, Julian has focused his research attention on contemporary Mongolian political and social developments. He co-hosts the Mongolia Focus blog.

Dr. Judith Nordby is former Head of Mongolian Studies, and is now Honorary Fellow in Mongolian Studies at the University of Leeds, England. She works on Mongolian history and contemporary affairs and undertakes consultancy work on the same.

Sanchir Jargalsaikhan (M.A.) is a political scientist, activist and consultant who is interested in and involved with development issues of the Global South with a particular emphasis on Mongolia and Central Asia.

Please note that this panel session will be held on Zoom, and later uploaded to the ACMS YouTube channel. You can sign up at:
https://app.getresponse.com/site2/virtual_speaker_series?u=BlPb&webforms_id=BUkPf

The Zoom participants will be able to ask questions during the Q&A session at the end, but we encourage you to also leave your question at the comment section of this page.

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