Subject: Mongolia Field School 2024 Informational Webinar | Please share with your network


The American Center for Mongolia Studies is holding an Informational Webinar on December 14, 2023 at 8pm EST, 5pm PST, which is December 15, 2023 9am in Ulaanbaatar time.

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Join our informational webinar about the ACMS Mongolia Field School 2024, with the International and Mongolian instructors who will be teaching the courses in summer 2024. In the live webinar we will go over the details for each of the Field School courses to give more information on the content and itinerary, travel details, the application process and the fellowships available. We will be ready to answer any questions you may have on the courses or program. If you are unable to attend the webinar it will be recorded and made available for viewing. Even if you are unable to attend, but still would like know about Mongolia Field School 2024, please register and we will send you a link to the recording, as soon as it comes available.

About the Mongolia Field School

We invite you to participate in the Mongolia Field School where you will have the opportunity to visit areas of the country off the beaten path, experience local life and culture and conduct academic field work and educational explorations. You will join a small group that includes both international and Mongolian participants offering a chance to make new friends and connections. Everyone is welcome to apply - whether you are a student, a teacher or a lifelong learner, our program offers a unique experience where you will gain new insights and take away memories that will last a lifetime.

A significant number of fellowships are available for participants thanks to the generous support of the Henry Luce Foundation and other donors, with awards based on merit, diversity, and need. All applicants who apply by the March 30, 2024 deadline are given priority consideration for fellowship awards.

You can apply for two MFS 2024 courses (Course 1 and either Course 2 or 3).

• Horses and History: How the Mongols and Their Horses Reshaped the World: July 20-27

• Steppe Ethnographies: Mobile Pastoralism, Cosmology and Development in Rural Mongolia: July 29 - August 11

• Hustai National Park: Managing Biodiversity in the Home of Mongolia’s Native Horses: July 29 - August 11

Apply by March 30, 2024 for priority consideration for fellowship awards

Final deadline is May 30, 2024


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