This week in Central Asia Workshop, Mia Bennett (a doctoral student in geography) will be leading our discussion of the geographical and geopolitical implications of developing Central Asia's energy resources and infrastructure.
Thursday, January 30, 201411:30 AM - 1:00 PM
There are two readings:
"A Splintered Heartland: Russia, Europe, and the Geopolitics of Networked Energy Infrastructure" by Corey Johnson and Matthew Derrick, Geopolitics, 17:3, 482-501
"Central Asia: A major emerging energy player in the 21st century" by James P. Dorian, Energy Policy 34 (2006), 544-555.
The Central Asia Workshop is an interdisciplinary discussion group sponsored by the UCLA Program on Central Asia. The goal of the workshop is to encourage research on Central Asia by creating a space where students, faculty, and affiliates can discuss research, theory and ideas with others who have experience or interest in the region. The workshop is a forum for exploring recent research and classical and contemporary theoretical perspectives that inform work in Central Asia. Weekly discussions are led by members on a rotating basis, and topics are determined by group interests.
UCLA students can receive class credit
for HIST M287
is through PTE number from Prof. Nile Green.
Sponsor(s): Program on Central Asia