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Political Activation of Regional Identity in the Kyrgyz Society
My articles | Views: 1456 | Added by: elbilge | Date: 2010-02-07

Materials from OSI conference in Cansas University May 2008. The research was done in University of North Carolina Wilmington by Artur Tashmetov
Gender Issues | Views: 1503 | Author: Artur Tashmetov | Added by: elbilge | Date: 2008-07-25

Sedentarism is historical discourse and representation of the nomads by the sedentary world. Sedentarism based on ‘Otherizing’ of the nomads and it formed hierarchically structured binary: sedentary (good, progressive, civilized) - nomadic (bad, retarded, and savage). Sedentarism is originated and developed in all sedentary historical traditions, regardless of place or culture, but it was legitimized through European understanding of history and Orientalism. Sedentarism (like Orientalism by England or France) is used and still is being used, for the most part, by Russia and China for restructuring and governing its [former nomadic] Turkic and Mongolian colonies. After destruction of nomadic civilizations, its descendants, forced to socio-economic and intellectual sedentarization, perceived ‘sedentaristic’ representations about their good, retarded and savage ancestors
Kyrgyz | Views: 8700 | Author: Nazikbek Kydyrmyshev | Added by: elbilge | Date: 2008-02-20

In our opinion, Türkic peoples were bearer of (some) Shan-Ying and Zhou traditions (or inherited them through historical intercommunications) and the origin of Türkic script is closely related to the two elements that underlay the ancient Zhou canon Zhouyi (or Yijing), line and abortive line. Line and angle (abortive line turned to angle) constitute all letters of the Türkic alphabet, sometimes with curved varieties: curved line and semicircle (curved angle) and with account of this cause, we would like to name Türkic “runic” script as ‘linearly-angular’.
My articles | Views: 1720 | Author: Nazikbek Kydyrmyshev | Added by: elbilge | Date: 2008-01-24

Artur Tashmetov. Psycological aspects of abstract thinking development. Problems of children rearing. Different gender approach.
Gender Issues | Views: 752 | Author: Artur Tashmetov | Added by: elbilge | Date: 2007-07-03

Artur Tashmetov and Adrian Sherman (University of North Carolina, Wilmington)

Materials are from the OSI annual spring conference 2007, Newark, Rutgers University, US.
Gender Issues | Views: 964 | Author: Arthur Tashmetov and Adrian Sherma | Added by: elbilge | Date: 2007-07-03

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