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Uzbek Language Classes Added to Schedule – Register Now!

The Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies is offering intensive Uzbek language courses this Fall and Spring.

Posted: August 19, 2013

Register now for:

SEL 601C - INTENSIVE UZBEK I
45842   MWF (10-11am, WAG 112), TTH (9:30-11am), BUR 231

Uzbek is a Turkic language and was declared to be the official language of Uzbekistan in October 1989. During the Soviet era, it was written with a Cyrillic script, but now is written in a Latin script in Uzbekistan. Cyrillic is still used in Uzbek communities outside of Uzbekistan, however, such as in Tajikistan.

In the CIS countries, about 24.7 million people speak Uzbek as their native language: about 1.2 million in Tajikistan; 1 million in Afghanistan; 550,096 in Kyrgyzstan; 332,017 in Kazakhstan; and 317,333 in Turkmenistan.

This course will be taught by our visiting scholar from Bukhara, Uzbekistan, Sunatillo Amonov.

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