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Prof. Slobodan Dan Paich

Chair of the ESSA 1st  International Eurasian Symposium

  • Executive and Programmatic Director, ARTSHIP Foundation, San Francisco.
  • Visiting Professor, Anthropology – Cultural Studies Section, University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Timisoara, Romania.
  • Curator ARTSHIP Foundation – Resonance Istanbul Initiative.

Title of  Presentation

Vitality of Recognition: Cultural and Psychological Notions of Solidarity

On behalf of the Osh State University (Kyrgyzstan), ARTSHIP Foundation and Kutbilim Journal of Social Sciences and Arts, I would like to thank the participating to invaluable session chairs and speaker attendees, who shared their knowledge and experiences with us, from Turkey, USA, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, S. Korea, Pakistan, Greece, Russian in this scientific event. 
We hope that you found the symposium informative and worthwhile. Your participation helped to make this symposium a great success. We truly appreciate your support.
We look forward to seeing you at the next event in order to make symposiums even more successful. 
We value your opinion and welcome your feedback. Let us know by essasymposium@gmail.com if you have any comments or suggestions about the 1st International Eurasian Symposium on Social Sciences and Arts

Sincerely,

Dr. Kiyal KAMCHYBEKOVA ABDIRAIM

Head Organizer

PARTICIPATION REPORT

Invited Speakers

Prof. Dr. Tyntchtykbek  TCHOROEV

Kyrgyz National University named after Jusup Balasagyn

Title of  Presentation

The Early Kyrgyz History and Professor Yu Taishan’s Findings

Prof. Dr. Abdulselam ARVAS

 

Cankiri Karatekin University

Turkish Language and Literature

Title of  Presentation

The Numbers in Kyrgyz Epics

Prof. Dr. Valeri MODEBADZE

 

Georgian Technical University 

International Relations

Title of  Presentation

How the coronavirus pandemic contributed to the rise of authoritarianism in the Eurasian region

Assoc. Prof. Duishon SHAMATOV

 

 Nazarbayev University

Graduate School of Education

Title of  Presentation 

Effective Teaching Strategies at HEIs of Eurasia