ASU together with Nanjing University conducts the II Russian-Chinese Archeological School

11 July 2019 Department of Information and Media Communications
On July 8, the II Russian-Chinese Archeological School started on the premises of Chemal Training Base of Altai State University.  Lecturers, students and applicants of Nanjing University (China) take part in the event.

As agreed by universities, the school period has increased this year. The program is very intense and includes lectures, excursions and archaeological excavations.

It began with Scientific Session of the Three Schools, which was held as part of the Life and Earth Sciences and Sustainable Global and Regional Development (Aktru-2019) Symposium carried out in Chemal Training Base, where participants and leading speakers of the “Altai Flora” Summer Botanical School, Aktru-2019 Symposium and the II Russian-Chinese Archaeological School gathered together.

Aleksey A. Tishkin, Doctor of History, Professor, Head of the Department of Archeology, Ethnography and Museology of Altai State University (Russia) and Zhang Lianzhen, PhD, Professor of Nanjing University (China), acted as program managers of the international archaeological school.

In 2018, this international school was recognized as one of the best practices of interaction between Russian and foreign universities.

The school, organized on the basis of a cooperation agreement between Nanjing University and ASU, will last until July 29, 2019.

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