HERE....THERE....NOWHERE....

Singing like a caged bird

Saturday, October 25, 2003

Here....


So far I have had one comment, and maybe only one visitor to this
site.  It is making me a little sad.  But then again it has only been
up for a few days.  I didn't realize I would crave attention so much. 
I guess I need validation.  Time will tell.  Must look inward and see
the real important focal point of where I should be looking.  Must practice
what I preach to others.  Need to get able to write more inner feelings
rather than impress other.  Life long battle for me.  Just another
step along the way.


"A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single
step
".--Lao-Tzu



There....




 

"The Crisis of Human Capital in Central Asia"
is the title of the Fourteenth Annual Nava'i Lecture, to be presented by
Dr. Laura Adams on November 19 at Georgetown University. Dr. Adams
received her PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1999
and has since published and lectured widely, in the U.S. and abroad, on
the cultures and societies of Central Asia, with particular reference to
Uzbekistan. She spent the month of June this year in Bishkek doing
research on the intellectual life of Kyrgyzstan, and is currently a
postdoctoral fellow at Georgetown's Center for Eurasian, Russian and
East European Studies (CERES).




The annual Nava'i Lecture is jointly sponsored by CERES and the Alfred
Friendly Foundation. It is designed to give recognition to outstanding
young scholars entering the field of Central Asian studies.


This year's lecture
program will convene at 5:30 pm, Wednesday, November 19

in the Riggs Library (Healy Hall) on the University's main campus in

Washington, DC. A
reception will follow the lecture.


Space is limited.
Please RSVP, acceptances only, to 202-687-6080 or
guceres@georgetown.edu
by Friday November 14.


 




Nowhere.....


"The artist is extremely lucky who is presented with the worst possible ordeal which will not actually kill him. At that point, he's in business." --John Berryman

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