Siberian Brown Bag Series: Dr. Bella Jordan - "Who are Sibiryaki? Regional and Cultural Identities in Siberian Ethnic Republics"
Mon, October 7, 2013 | BUR 231
This semester the CREEES Brown Bag Series will have a Siberia theme, inspired by the “Siberian Voices” travel-study seminar that took place this summer.
Talks are held at noon on the first Monday of each month in Burdine 231.
Monday, October 7th – Dr. Bella Jordan, "Who are Sibiryaki? Regional and Cultural Identities in Siberian Ethnic Republics"
Bella Jordan received her PhD in Geography at the University of Texas at Austin in 2002, with a specialty in Siberia. She is currently a Lecturer in the Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies. She is the author of four books: Siberian Village: Land and Life in the Sakha Republic, Russia; European Culture Area: A Systematic Geography, 4th and 5th editions; and The Siberian Homeland: The Turks of the Subarctic.
Dr. Mary Neuburger designed and led the "Siberian Voices" group project abroad, which took a team of UT students, faculty, and Texas K-12 teachers on a month-long journey into Southern Siberia. Together they journeyed through Tuva, to Lake Baikal and along the Trans-Siberian Railway. The focus of the travel-seminar was to learn about Siberian cultures, history, and religions with the goal of curriculum development for current and future U.S. educators. Her talk, "Siberian Voices: A CREEES Odyssey," will give insight into their exciting journey.
For a glimpse into the "Siberian Voices" program, see the feature story on www.NotEvenPast.org.
Upcoming Siberia Brown Bags speakers:
November 4 – Craig Campbell
December 2 – Jason Roberts
"Siberian Voices" was a Fulbright-Hays Group Project Abroad funded by the Department of Education. For more information on the Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad Program, please visit http://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpsgpa/index.html.
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