Исследовательский центр в Центральной Азии

Introductory Workshop for Nazarbayev University GSE PhD students on “Researching the Political Economy of Education and Conflict in Times of Conflict & Crises”

Introductory Workshop for Nazarbayev University GSE PhD students on “Researching the Political Economy of Education and Conflict in Times of Conflict & Crises”

On 29 September 2022, the Central Asia hub conducted an introductory workshop for PhD students of Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education. The workshop was facilitated by Professor Mario Novelli (University of Sussex), Professor Naureen Durrani and Associate Professor Hélène Thibault (Nazarbayev University). During the introductory one-day workshop, participants explored a number of questions relating to what political economy analysis of education is, why it might be useful and how it relates to research on education in Kazakhstan and the broader Central Asia region.

Public lecture “The Imperial Entanglements of ‘Education in Emergencies’: From Saving Souls to Saving Schools?”

Public lecture “The Imperial Entanglements of ‘Education in Emergencies’: From Saving Souls to Saving Schools?”

On the 28th of September 2022, Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education hosted a public lecture, “The Imperial Entanglements of ‘Education in Emergencies’: From Saving Souls to Saving Schools?” by Professor Mario Novelli. On the 28th of September, Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education hosted a public lecture, “The Imperial Entanglements of ‘Education in Emergencies’: From Saving Souls to Saving Schools?” by Professor Mario Novelli. Professor Novelli spoke of the relationship between ‘International Education and Development’ actors and foreign intervention in our colonial past and present, focusing on Education in Emergencies.

Online seminars by the Central Asia Hub September-December 2021

Online seminars by the Central Asia Hub September-December 2021

Central Asia Hub of the PEER Network invites you to join the second online research seminar series where invited scholars of Central Asia will present their completed and on-going research. The series is aimed at all those who seek to better understand the complex situations facing education systems in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.

Educational Research & Knowledge Production in Post-Soviet Central Asia: Revisiting the Global Discourses of Decolonization, Recolonization and Indigenization – Online Seminar 24th June

Educational Research & Knowledge Production in Post-Soviet Central Asia: Revisiting the Global Discourses of Decolonization, Recolonization and Indigenization – Online Seminar 24th June

Central Asia Hub of PEER Network is delighted to invite you to the online research seminar – “Educational Research & Knowledge Production in Post-Soviet Central Asia: Revisiting the Global Discourses of Decolonization, Recolonization and Indigenization” led by Sarfaroz Niyozov, Associate Professor, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.