Organiser of the event, Elnur Aliyev, PhD Candidate
Ingrid Tersman (left), Sweden’s Ambassador to Azerbaijan, opened the exhibition. Prof. Karina Vamling (right)
Dean Rebecka Lettevall and Ambassador Ingrid Tersman
On May 23 a photo exhibition about the North Caucasian minority the Budukhs opened at Caucasus Studies & RUCARR, Malmö University. The exhibition includes photos by three photographers: Zaur Mirzayev, Taleh Valehov, Elnur Aliyev. It was opened by Ingrid Tersman, Sweden’s Ambassador to Azerbaijan and also chairmaan of the Advisory board of the research platform “Russia and the Caucasus regional research (RUCARR).
In connection with the photo exhibition the film project “Homeland” about the Budukhs was shown, created by Orkhan Hajiyev.
The afternoon will start with the opening of a photo exhibition and short documentary film about the Budukhs, a Dagestani minority group in northern Azerbaijan. Organiser: Elnur Aliyev.
14.15 – Mahama Tawat: “What’s new in the Russian academic landscape? Insights from Higher School of Economics (HSE), Moscow”
Mahama Tawat is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration at the Higher School of Economics, Moscow. He is also a research associate at the Malmö Institute for the Study of Migration, Diversity and Welfare, Malmö University, Sweden
Giorgi Omsarashvili (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Faculty of Humanities, Institute of Caucasus studies): Militant Jihadist movements in the North Caucasus
Discussant: Niklas Bernsand, Coordinator at Centre for European Studies, Lund University
Elnur Aliyev (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Faculty of Humanities, Institute of Caucasus studies):
Trilingual Electronic Dictionary (Kryz-Azerbaijani-English)
Discussant: Prof. Jean Hudson, SPS, Malmö University
Agil Valiyev (Odlar Yurdu University, Faculty of International Relations, Economics and Social Sciences, Department of International Relations): Cultural Diplomacy of Azerbaijan
Discussant: Prof. Bo Petersson, RUCARR/GPS
Tinatin Gvenetadze (Tbilisi State University, Department of Sociology): Female Labour Migration: Socio-Economic Impacts on Migrant’s Families in Georgia.
When: May 16, 10-14.30
Where: Niagara C0929
Special thanks for insightful comments by Ambassador Malkhaz Kakabadze, who also took active part in the workshop.