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The ‘Apologia of Chinggis Khan’ and the Origins of Mongolian Historiography

When Mar 14, 2014
from 05:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Where TBC
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Contact Phone 01223 335146
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China Research Seminar

Lent Term 2014

Tea will be served at the same venue at 4:45pm. All are welcome.

  • Friday, 14th March, 2014,
    Note: the venue for this extra session is to be confirmed
    The ‘Apologia of Chinggis Khan’ and the Origins of Mongolian Historiography
    Dr Chris Atwood, Indiana University

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