2018

“Олон Улсын Монгол Судлалын XII Бага Хурал”-д урьж байна.

Монгол Соёлын Төв, Вашингтон дахь Элчин Сайдын Яамтай хамтран жил бүр Монгол судлалын бага хурал зохион байгуулдаг уламжлалтай билээ. 12 дахь удаагийн хурал 2018 оны 2 дугаар сарын 9-10-ний өдрүүдэд Монгол Улсын Элчин Сайдын Яам болон Конгрессын Номын Сан дээр болно.

Хуралд Монгол улс, АНУ, ОХУ, БНХАУ, БНСУ улсаас монгол судлаач эрдэмтэд хүрэлцэн ирж, Монголын Түүх, Археологи, Хэл –Утга зохиол, Байгал хамгаалал, АНУ дахь монголчууд зэрэг чиглэлээр илтгэл тавин оролцох юм.

Хурал олон нийтэд нээлттэй, хүссэн хүн бүр сонсогч, хэлэлцэгчээр оролцох боломжтой боловч урьдчилан бүртгүүлж, мандат авсан байх шаардлагатай.

Мандат авахын тулд:

  1. Мандат дээр бичүүлэх овог нэр, байгууллага, хот зэргээ бичиж info@mongolcc.org хаягаар илгээнэ.
  2. Үйл ажиллагааны төлбөр болгон 40 доллар төлсөн байна. Таны төлбөрт хурлын хоёр өдрийн өглөөний цай, өдрийн хоол, хөтөлбөр материал бүхий хавтас, үзэг сэлт багтахаас гадна Конгрессын Номын Санд болох түлхүүр илтгэгчийн илтгэл, “Чингис хааны дүр дэлхийн марканд” үзэсгэлэн болон Элчин сайдын хүлээн авалтад зөвхөн мандаттай оролцогчдыг нэвтрүүлэх юм.

Хурлын хөтөлбөрийг хавсаргав.

 

Монгол Соёлын Төв.

www.mongolcc.org

info@mongolcc.org

202-302-4340

 

THE 12th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL MONGOLIAN STUDIES CONFERENCE

Hosted by

THE MONGOLIAN CULTURAL CENTER

 in partnership with

THE EMBASSY OF MONGOLIA

with contributions from

 

Library of Congress

 Tsahim Urtuu North America NGO

Mongol-American Cultural Association

Pyramide Granite LLC (Mr. Delgertsogt Manaljav and Mr. Olziikhuyag Dash)

Dr. Sanj Altan 

 

FEBRUARY 9-10, 2018

The Embassy of Mongolia

2833 M Street NW, Washington D.C, 20007

 

AGENDA (TENTATIVE)

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 09

        08:30 Registration & Breakfast

       

        09:10 Opening Remarks

               Bold Bat-Ochiryn, Deputy Chief of Mission of Mongolia to the United States of America

               Saruul-Erdene Myagmaryn, President, the Mongolian Cultural Center

       

        09:30 Archeology

               Discussant: William Fitzhugh, Smithsonian Institute

                      Kristen Pearson, University of Pennsylvania

                      Analysis of the Uzuur Gyalaan Burial Textiles

                      Tumen Dashtseveg, National University of Mongolia

                      Archeology of Eastern Mongolia: Findings of the Past Decade

                      Bayarsaikhan Jamsranjav, National Museum of Mongolia

                      History of Horse Domestication in Mongolia and its Material Evidence

 

        11:00 Inner Mongolia after World War II

               Moderator: Christopher Atwood, University of Pennsylvania

                      Borjigen Orchilang, Inner Mongolia University

                      Contrast to Two Different Youth Movements in Inner Mongolia 1945-1947

                      Anran Wang, Cornell University, PhD student

                      From Self-Determination to Party-Determination: The Chinese Communist Party’s Approach to

                       Eastern Inner Mongolia, 1945-1949

                      Dotno Dashdorj, University of Pennsylvania

                      Changes in land tenure in Inner Mongolia’s pastoral areas in the 1950’s

 

        12:30 Lunch

               After lunch Conference moves to the Library of Congress.

               10 1st Street, SE, Thomas Jefferson Building, Whittall Pavilion

               Metro Station – South Capitol, Orange, Blue and Grey Line

 

        14:30 KEYNOTE SPEECH (AT THE LJ150, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)

                      CLYDE GOULDEN, Curator Emeritus at the Academy of Natural Sciences at Drexel University and

                      ROBERT MCINTOSH, Board Member-Mongol Ecology Center, U.S. National Park Service (retired)

                      The Critical Importance of Science and the Rule of Law in Protecting

                                the Integrity of Mongolia’s Lake Hovsgol National Park

 

        15:30 Introduction for Mongolian Collection in Library of Congress Asian Division, LJ150

                      Susan Meinheit, Asian Division, LOC.

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10

        08:30 Breakfast

 

        09:00 History

               Moderator: Christopher Atwood, University of Pennsylvania

                      Diane Wolff, Independent scholar/Journalist

                      An Offer He Couldn’t Refuse: The Man of Iron Recruits the Man of Letters

                      Amuguleng Wu, Minzhu University of China

                      The Eren Khabirgan Rebellion During the Ching Conquest of

                                Jungar in 1755-1758 as Seen in Manchu Archives

                      Wei Chen, University of Pennsylvania

                      “Yeke Juu Mode”: Cause and Construction of Tsochin Halls Among Three

                                Lamaseries (Monasteries) in 16th Century Mongolia’s Tümed

                      Chao Rimailatu Khiyad, Ordos Mongolian Secondary School

                      When Exactly Did Mongolian State White Flag Come to Wushin?

 

        11:00 MONGOLIAN COMMUNITY IN THE US presented by Tsahim Urtuu, North America

                      Borchuluun Yadamsuren, Columbia College

                      Social Media Usage of Mongolian Americans

                      Jagdagdorj Erkhembayar, Tsahim Urtuu North America

                      Mongolian Schools in the US

                      Uvsh Purev, Tsahim Urtuu North America

                      Mongolian Americans Contribution to the Mongolian Economy

 

        12:30 Lunch

               “Chinggis Khaan in the World Postal Stamp” Exhibition by Altangerel Dagvasambuu.

 

        13:00 Who Are the Mongols; National Identity

               Moderator: Saruul-Erdene Myagmar, Mongolian Cultural Center

                      Phillip Marzluf, Kansas State University

                      Desert Talk: Beatrix Bulstrode and Women’s Travel Writing on the Mongolian Frontier

                      Amartuvshin Sukhee, Mongolian National University of Education

                      *Studies on Stereotypes about Mongolia, in the American Press

                      Larisa Khalkharova, Buryat State University

                      Ethnic Concepts and Identification in the Buryat poetry abroad

                      Joseph Cleveland, Indiana University

                      Innovated Communities: Ethnography and the Production of the Mongolian Geo-Body

 

        15:00 Philology

                      Simon Wickhamsmith, Rutgers University

                      New Gorkys and the Restructuring of Mongolian Literature

                      Narangerel Nyamkhuu, Mongolian State Language Committee

                      *On the Law about Mongolian Language and Its Implementation  

                      Ariunbold Uureg, Mongolian State University of Education

                      *Teaching Classical Mongolian as a Syllabic Alphabeth

                      Sunmin Yoon, University of Delaware

                      On the Road: Mobility as a Methodology of Ethnographic Fieldwork

 

        17:00 Special paper

                      Karen S. Hollweg, Fulbright Specialist

                      Sustaining Mongolian Herders’ Traditional Practices while Educating Visitors about Herder Lifestyles

 

        17:30 Wrap-Up and Concluding Remarks

               Poster Presentations

                      Narantsetseg Baasansuren, Anchor “TV5” Mongolia

                      Trends and Development of Broadcasts in Mongolia

                      Batnairamdal Chuluun and Tserendagva Dalkh,

                                Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences  

                      12 year Animals Contribution to Mongolian Traditional Medical Science

 

        18:00 Reception in Honor of Conference Participants

                      Hosted by H.E. Otgonbayar Yondon, Ambassador of Mongolia to the United States of America

               Performance by:

                      Singer Saran Erdenebat (Mongolian Cultural Center),  dancer Delgermaa Batchuluun,

                      and morin khuur player Khatanbold Urlagbaatar

       

Note: Asterisks (*) denote presentations that will be in Mongolian. All other papers will be presented in English