Network meetings are the principal means of comparative reference and exchange of information among the constituent teams of the Collaborative Research Network. Once a year, each area-based team (Russia, France/French Atlantic, and Southeast Asia) organizes a meeting for coordinators of its own thematic working groups and representatives from other area-teams. Each team summarizes its own activities for general discussion by all present.
This section contains the programs and lists of participants prepared for each meeting.
The planning workshop for the Russia team, "Situating Russia: Imperial spaces, national boundaries," is the lone exception to the general rule of representation from other teams. It was held at the Klyazma center near Moscow, December 15-17, 2000 to help organize activities in Russia. Program and participants.
The first full network meeting took place at the Geliopark center near Moscow, June 15-17, 2001. Program and participants.
The next meeting, held at Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand, June 24-28, was hosted by the Southeast Asia team and included a presentation by members of the Xinjiang project. Program and participants.
The final network meeting of the year convened at the University of the French Antilles and Guyana in Schoecher, Martinique, December 17-18, 2001. Program and participants.
A network meeting took place on July 10-12, 2002 in the city of Kunming, in Yunnan, China. It was hosted by the Southeast Asia team at the Center for Biodiversity and Indigenous Knowledge in Kunming. Program and participants.
The next network meeting was held at Gelios Conference Center near St. Petersburg, Russia on October 11-12, 2002 and included presentations by four area teams. Program and participants. Five Questions on Citizenship.
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