Azerbaijan

Representative for Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan “at” arisc. org)
Leyla Rustamli received her Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and International Law from Azerbaijan University of Languages in 2006 and her Master’s degree from Baku State University in 2009, majoring on Middle Eastern countries, both with honors. She has been the awardee of the fellowship to study at the Rothberg International School of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel) for Graduate Student Program in 2007-2008 academic years. Her research interests include security issues of Middle Eastern countries with a focus on Israel, transnational terrorism, ethnic and national conflicts and peace study. She attended Peace Research Courses of Oslo University (Norway) in summer 2014. Leyla started her career as an instructor at the International Relations Department of Azerbaijan University of Languages (AUL) in 2009. She currently is a faculty member of the International Relations Department of AUL. Throughout May – September 2009 and January – August 2010 she has been the country representative of ARISC in Azerbaijan. She also taught in Middle Eastern Program at Baku State University in 2009-2010. At the moment she is a PhD candidate at the Philosophy, Sociology and Law Institute of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences.

ARİSC in Azerbaijan
Although ARISC has not yet fully established itself in Azerbaijan we offer many free services for visiting US scholars. These include but not limited to assistance with:
– lodging
– transportation in Baku and regions
– information for visa application
– orientation for libraries and archives
– establishing links with local scholars
– networking with other American scholars.

ARISC Azerbaijan newsletter_ 2015

Orientation in Baku, Azerbaijan

Inclusion of the links below does not imply affiliation with ARISC nor the endorsement of views appearing on these sites.

A wide range of information regarding accommodation, transportation, cuisine/food, visa requirements etc. could be found at
http://azerbaijan.travel/en/pages/17-Azerbaijan-as-tourism-destination

Taxi service at
http://118.az/en/index.php/about-118/what-is-118-

Restaurants and cafes with national Azerbaijani and world cuisine at
http://azrestoran.az/en

Flats for rent for a longer stay at
http://mulk.az/re/index.php?option=com_realtyna&view=propertylisting&Category=2&ListingType=2&Sort=2;1&Itemid=32&lang=en

Translation services and professional translators at
http://www.proz.com/

This is a very brief description of our services and limited list of helpful website links. Please feel free to contact us for further assistance.

ARISC Azerbaijan also organizes lectures of US scholars in Baku and Reading Groups where American scholars meet with fellow Americans and local Azerbaijani scholars and students. We look forward to see you in our events and/or organize your talk.

Government Related

Embassy of Azerbaijan, Washington D.C.

President of the Republic of Azerbaijan

National Academy of Sciences

Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences

Culture
Information related to regional culture and museums.

Azerbaijan National Committee of International Council of Museums
Azerbaijan State Museum of Musical Culture
Abdulla Shaig’s Apartment Museum
Atiga Izmailova
House Museum of Huseyn Javid
Home-Museum of Leopold and Mstislav Rostropovich
Museum Center of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Azerbaijan Republic
Samad Vurgun Home-Museum
State Museum of Azerbaijan Carpet and Applied Art
TEDxBaki
Uzeir Hajibeyov Home-Museum

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