ARISC has created a networking directory for scholars of the South Caucasus to easily connect. This free resource is open to scholars at various stages in their career and across the world, and can be used to find panelists for a conference, guest lecturers for your course, collaborators for grant-writing and research projects, and specialists for co-publishing. This is a wonderful opportunity to share your information with a wide range of scholars and learn similar information from your counterparts, both in the US and abroad. Use of the directory is free of charge.
To participate, please complete the sign up information below. After approval, participants will have access to the names, specializations, and contact information of other scholars also in the directory. Participants do not need to regularly maintain their listing, and can return to it for modifications as needed. As a crowd-sourced resource, your participation is vital in making this a worthwhile tool.
This directory accepts entries in different alphabets.
Your email address will not be visible on the directory. Scholars interested in contacting other scholars will need to complete a separate form. Your email will not be shared by ARISC without your consent.
Funding for this networking directory is provided by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State through a grant from the Council of American Overseas Research Centers.