Kyrgyzstan!

by Noah Tucker on 5/30/2011 · 3 comments

I’m headed to Kyrgyzstan later this week for much of the summer (after burning all my copies of the Kiljunen report, naturally) to do a research fellowship. I’m really looking forward to spending some time back in that other land that I love, and I’d be very happy to have a beer or two (or tea or whatever) with a few fellow Registanis if anyone’s going to be around. Feel free to leave a comment if you might want to meet up.


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Noah Tucker is managing editor at Registan.net and an associate at George Washington University's Elliot School of International Affairs Central Asia Program. Noah is a researcher and consultant for NGO, academic and government clients on Central Asian society and culture. He has worked on Central Asian issues since 2002--specializing in religion, national identity, ethnic conflict and social media--and received an MA from Harvard in Russian, E. European and Central Asian Studies in 2008. He has spent four and half years in the region, primarily in Uzbekistan, and returned most recently for fieldwork in Southern Kyrgyzstan in the summers of 2011 and 2012.

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Kuda May 30, 2011 at 4:34 pm

Hi Noah,

I’m off to Kyrgzstan in a few weeks time – annual holidays.

Enjoy reading Registan and would like to meet up for a beer with a fellow Central Asian (Kyrgyz mainly) fan.

I’ll be between Kochkor and Bishkek and will send you a mail if you fancy catching up.

All the best,

Jonathan

Schwartz May 31, 2011 at 10:53 am

We’ll do our best to hook you up in the south!

Farrell June 1, 2011 at 3:54 am

Drop me a line sometime. I’ve been in Bishkek for 10 mos and would love to have a beer with a Registani.

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