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The Golden Horde

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Uli Schamiloglu is a Professor and Chair of the School of Sciences and Humanities, Kazakh Language and Turkic Studies at Nazarbayev University. His main research interests include the history of the Turkic languages and cultures of the Middle East and Central Eurasia, the socio-economic history of the Middle East and Central Eurasia in the medieval period, the history of Turko-Islamic civilization, and modern intellectual movements among the Muslim Turkic peoples of the Ottoman and Russian Empires. His research has considered the role of the Black Death (14th century on) in the history of medieval Central Eurasia, especially its role in the history of the Golden Horde and the Mongol World Empire, including the impact of plague on the history of literary languages, religiosity, and written monuments. More recently he has also begun to work on the Plague in the Time of Justinian (6th-8th centuries) in Central Eurasian history as well.

Join us to hear more about his research on the Golden Horde and Mongol Eurasia.

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