AKECH 2019

The 2nd Annual Kurultai on the Endangered Cultural Heritage, 20-23 June 2019, Constanta, Romania

Participants

Australia

Australia

Bulgaria

Egypt

Finland

India

Italy

Kyrgyzstan

Morocco

Romania

Tatarstan

Turkey

Conference Proceedings


  • Tuwgan Tíl by Abdulla Tukay
  • Native Language by Abdulla Tukay, The Anthem of the Tatar People

Keynote Speaches

  • Interethnic Relations in the Years of Independence by Prof. Dr. Kurmanbek Kyyanovich Abdyldaev, Rector of K. Tynystanov Issyk-Kul State University, Karakol, Kyrgyzstan (Эгемендик жылдардагы улут аралык мамилелер)
  • Two Types of Polyfunctionality (and their Relevance for Endangered Languages) by Senior Lecturer Dr. Alan Reed Libert, University of Newcastle, Australia

Research Papers

  • Northern Culture and Well-being of the Older Population: A case study from Finnish and Swedish Lapland by Shahnaj Begum, PhD, Gender Studies, Faculty of Education, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland
  • On the 19th Century Crimean Tatar Migration: Ismail Gasprinskij's point of view in the pages of the journal Perevodčik-Teržiman by Giuliana D’Oro, University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy
  • Where on Earth is Gállogieddi? Márkomeannu and the practices of decolonisation in the Markasami area by Erika De Vivo, University of Torino, Torino, Italy
  • Ethnic and Social Challenges of Post-Disaster Housing: Case studies of Asparuhovo and Hitrino, northeast Bulgaria by Yelis Erolova, PhD, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum at Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • A Right to Maintain Traditionally-developed Norms and Indigenous Peoples: What difference does it make in an ICT-driven globalized world? by Kamrul Hossain, Ph.D, Northern Institute for Environmental and Minority Law / Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Finland
  • Tatar Language, Where Does It Go? Defending Mother Tongue by Professor Nuredin Ibram, PhD, Independent researcher, Constanta, Romania (Limba tătară, încotro? Pledoarie pentru limba maternă)
  • Christian Martyrdom in Ottoman Balkans and Reconstruction of Orthodox Identity (18-19th c.) by Nergis İmamoğlu, Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey (Osmanlı Dönemi Balkanlar’da Hristiyan Din Şehitliği ve Ortodoks Kimliğinin Yeniden İnşası (18.- 19. yy.))
  • The Kyrgyz Language: Official or endangered? by Gulnara Jamasheva, PhD, National Academy of Sciences of Kyrgyz Republic, Ch.Aitmatov Institute of Linguistics and Literature, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic
  • The Altai Indigenous Nations on the Threshold of the 21st Century by Adylbek Kanimetov, PhD, K. Tynystanov Issyk-Kul State University, Karakol, Kyrgyz Republic (Алтай тектүү элдер XXI кылымдын босогосунда)
  • Amazigh International Film Festivals and the Promotion of Amazigh Cinema by Houssine Soussi, Ph.D, National School of Business and Management. University of Ibn Zohr, Morocco
  • Industrialization and Marginalization of the Adivasis: A study of Sundergarh District, Odisha, India by Pratima Tete, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India
  • Semantic Classification of Metonymic Paremia in English, Russian and Tatar Languages by Indira A. Tukhvatullina, Department of Foreign Languages for Social Humanities, Institute of International Relations, Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Russia


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