The American Research Institute of the South Caucasus (ARISC), an independent not-for-profit organization, supports research in and about the three countries of the South Caucasus — Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.   Current activities are featured on the blog roll below and resources for the study of these countries and grant opportunities to work there are linked above.

*** For information on the ARISC “Caucasus Connections” Conference, see http://arisc.org/?page_id=1036. ***


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Joint lecture Organized by the Institute of Archeology & Ethnography and ARISC

Speakers: Dr. Maureen E. Marshall (University of Chicago), Dr. Kathryn Jane Franklin (University of Chicago and ARISC Fellow) and Dr. Alan F. Greene (Stanford University and ARISC Fellow)

Date: July 29, 2014, 6:00-8:00 PM

Place: Institute of Archaeology & Ethnography, NAS RA, Charents-15, library, Yerevan, Armenia

During the series of methodological seminars three American experts who defended their theses based on Armenian materials will present analysis and comments on excavated materials from American-Armenian joint expeditions.

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ARISC Reading Group in Azerbaijan

ARISC is pleased to announce that the next Reading Group in Azerbaijan will be held in Sumgayit!
Date & time: Saturday, July 19, 4 pm
Venue: Sumgayit Education Information Center, 19th block, H. Aliyev Ave., Sumgayit
Reading: A Growing Issue: How can we secure food supplies? by Bryn Smith
URL: http://newint.org/blog/2014/06/04/food-security/

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