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Inner Asian & Uralic National Resource Center (IAUNRC) Sinor Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies (SRIFIAS) Center for Languages of the Central Asian Region (CeLCAR) Summer Language Workshop (SWSEEL)

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Regions of Specialization in the Central Eurasian Studies Department Regions of Specialization in the Central Eurasian Studies Department. Click on the image for more detail.
Nagyvazsony medieval castle Nagyvazsony medieval castle
Photo by Prof. Ágnes Fülemile.
Pergamon Pergamon in Turkey.
Photo by Prof. Hakki Erdem Çıpa
cimbalom Prof. Lynn Hooker, members of the Kálmán Balogh Gipsy Cimbalom Band from Budapest, and IU undergraduate students from the course, World Music and Cultures
Esfahan, Iran Esfahan is the capital of Esfahan Province, Iran and Iran's third largest city (after Tehran and Mashhad).
Photo by Prof. Jamsheed K. Choksy.
UWS Province The Uws Province in Mongolia.
Photo by Prof. Chris Atwood
Gandan Monastery Gandan Monastery.
Photo by Prof. Chris Atwood
in Mongolia Exchanging snuff with Khotong molda.
Photo by Prof. Chris Atwood
Istanbul, Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
Photo by Prof. Kemal Silay
Dalai Lama Department faculty and students with the Dalai Lama during his 2007 visit to Bloomington.
Hungarian couple Hungarian couple dressed in folk costume for a wine harvest celebration, Kalotaszeg region, Transylvania.
Photo by Prof. Ágnes Fülemile
Basilica Basilica of archbishopric of Esztergomwith the remnanst of the medieval royal castle, Hungary.
Photo by Prof. Ágnes Fülemile
Cappadocia Ancient dwellings in Cappadocia.
Photo by Prof. Hakki Erdem Çıpa
Budapest Parliament Budapest Parliament.
Photo by Prof. Ágnes Fülemile
Yeşil Türbe, Bursa, Turkey A Detail from Yeşil Türbe, Bursa, Turkey.
Photo by Prof. Kemal Silay
matyas szokokut Matthias Well, also known as the "Budapest Trevi Well," in the Hunyadi Court of the Buda Castle.
Photo by Matthew Caples
Estonia Main building of Tartu University.
Estonia Town Hall in the old town of Tallinn.