AUCA students were nominated to present their senior projects in the framework of OSUN contest
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AUCA students were nominated to present their senior projects in the framework of OSUN contest

May 19, 2020

We are delighted to announce that seven of AUCA students were nominated to present their senior projects during a series of panels, which last within this week amongst OSUN and Bard College partner institutions, including AUCA.
 
The number of participants from AUCA prevails in comparison with other institutions, which demonstrates that our students are talented, smart, and successful, whereas the university provides them with a high-quality education and opportunities to go international.
 
Congratulations to:
 
Sabina Davletkeldieva, "Navigating Spaces of Ambiguity in Tashkent: Perceptions of Soviet and New Monuments across Generations";
Aziza Isakova, "Freedom of Speech or Imprisonment?";
Kamiliia Alieva, "The Rise of Non-Systemic Opposition in Russia: effective use of limited resources";
Arina Aparina, "I am a migrant";
Lola Sadykova Dilshadbekovna, "Psychological aspects of sex workers' securityscapes in Bishkek";
Gulzada Mitalova, "The Transboundary Conflict between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan in the Batken Region";
Zhibek Abylbekova, "Populist leaders in the US and the UK: drivers and comparison."
 
If you want to see the presentations of your peers, then find a schedule of the panels below:
 
Join today's panel at 19:00 (Bishkek time):
Civic Engagement - moderated by Chrys Margaritidis, Central European University
Baha' Ebdeir, The Charge of Anti-Semitism and Advocates of Palestine in the U.S., Al-Quds Bard College of Arts and Sciences (Palestine),
Kamaliia Alieva, The Rise of Non-Systemic Opposition in Russia: an effective use of limited resources, American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan),
Karam Alhamad, Governance without Government: The Case of Eastern Syria, Bard College Berlin (Germany),
Emily Walshin, Good Things Come in Small Packages: How Youth Political Participation Strengthens U.S. Democracy, Bard College Annandale (United States).
 
Human Rights - moderated by Tom Keenan, Bard College Annandale
Arina Aparina, I am a migrant, American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan),
Yazan Mizher, Palestinian Prisoners and the Right to Health: The Case for Systematic Violations, Al-Quds Bard College of Arts and Sciences (Palestine),
Wafa Mustafa, Politics of a counter-archive: Creative Memory of the Syrian Revolution, Bard College Berlin,
Maggie Holloway, Beyond Moral Condemnation: Confronting Ideological Populism in Democratic Politics, Bard College Annandale (United States).
 
Wednesday, 19:00
Inequality moderated by Agata Lisiak & Aysuda Kolemen BCB
Eman Joher, The low Participation of  Skilled Women’s in the West Bank Labor Force, Al-Quds Bard College of Arts and Sciences (Palestine),
Sadykova Lola Dilshadbekovna, Psychological aspects of sex workers' securityscapes in Bishkek, American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan),
Elisheva Lustig, The Design and Fabrication of a Pedal Powered Washing Machine, Ashesi University (Ghana),
Jude Macannuco, One’s Own Boss? Contested Discourses in Digital Platform Labor, Bard College Berlin (Germany),
Megan Connor, The Price Women Pay: Women's Attachment to Work, Bard College Annandale (United States).
 
Sustainability and Climate Change moderator Eban Goodstein, Bard College Annandale 
Savana Mjalli, Happy Ramallah: the city through the eyes of children, Al-Quds Bard College of Arts and Sciences (Palestine),
Kejsi Jonuzaj, Comparison of ARIMA and RNNs Models for Wind Power Prediction, American University of Bulgaria,
Lillian Mbithe Mwikali, Bintriks: Digitizing Household Waste Collection Efficient Delivery, Ashesi University (Ghana),
Gulzada Mitalova, The Transboundary Conflict between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan in the Batken Region, American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan),
Kara Tai, Effects of Pestalotiopsis microspora and Pleurotus ostreatus on the Surface Chemistry of Polyester Polyurethanes, Bard College at Simon's Rock (United States),
Colomba Dumay Neder, Making the Case for Tiny Houses: What is the demand for tiny Houses in Berlin? Bard College Berlin (Germany).
 
Thursday, 19:00
Transnational Politics - moderated by Robert Phillips, American University of Bulgaria
Iliyana Nalbantova , Sharp Power: Theoretical Contributions and Empirical Inquiry of Messages , American University of Bulgaria,
Zhibek Abylbekova, Populist leaders in the US and the UK: drivers and comparison American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan),
Asa Dahlborn, The International Condonation of the Argentinian Military Junta, Bard College Berlin (Germany),
Lily Chavez,  Sovereign Violence: Migrants, Borders, and the Brutal Logic of Nationhood, Bard College Annandale (United States).
 

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