Central Asian Listserves
 

Adabiyat
Discussions on Persian, Arabic, Urdu and Turkish literatures.
To Subscribe: Send an e-mail with the text "subscribe adabiyat" to majordomo@listhost.uchicago.edu

Agenda-Central
Agenda-Central is a part of Agenda Asia, which is produced by the IIAS-NIAS Strategic Alliance for Asian Studies (based at University of Copenhagen).
Website: http://eurasia.nias.ku.dk/agenda/Central/
To subscribe: Send a message with "Subscribe" as the "Subject:" to agenda-central@nias.ku.dk
Posting address: agenda-central@nias.ku.dk
Moderator: agenda-central-request@nias.ku.dk 

Announcements-L
This is to announce conferences, requests for articles and other academic events (primarily for scholars in Uzbekistan and Central Asia).
Website: http://www.irex-scholars.uz/
To subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to: announcements-l-request@irex-scholars.uz
Sponsored by: IREX IATP (Uzbekistan)

AnthEurasia
Discussion List for former Soviet Bloc Anthropology

AnthEurasia is an e-mail discussion list for the anthropology of the former Soviet Bloc. Subscribers join discussion and pool information on ideas, events and resources in the study of the culture and society of the countries of the former Soviet sphere in Asia and Eastern Europe.
Subscribe to AnthEurasia, or send an e-mail message with the subject "subscribe" to:AnthEurasia-L-request@fas.harvard.edu
To post a contribution to AnthEurasia, address it to: AnthEurasia-L@fas.harvard.edu
List Owner: John Schoeberlein (schoeber@fas.harvard.edu)

Asian Studies WWW Monitor
The Asian Studies WWW Monitor" (ISSN 1329-9778) was established 21 April 1994. The journal, a pioneering and the only publication of this kind in the world, provides daily abstracts and reviews of new/updated online resources of significance to research, teaching and communications dealing with Asian Studies. It is published by the Internet Publications Bureau, RSPAS, National Institute for Asia and the Pacific, ANU. The periodical forms a key element of the global, cooperative project Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library. For further details see a page About the Asian Studies WWW Monitor. The journal is complemented by its sister publication Pacific Studies WWW Monitor which was established in April 2000.
To join this free service
(a) send e-mail to: majordomo@coombs.anu.edu.au
(b) message: subscribe asia-www-monitor your-email-address

Central Asia NGO Network Listserves
Go to http://www.cango.net.kg/msgcenter/lssgw/ to subscribe to one of the following:

NGONews - Central Asian NGO News. Maintained by subscribers. More than one hundred subscribed. Russian only
SC News - Support Centers News
PC - Program Coordinators
Everybody - CC Bishkek office broadcast

CAMSP-L
Discussion List for Journalists in Central Asia
This listserv will allow Uzbek, Kazakhstani, Kyrgyzstani and Tajik journalists to communicate with each other on contemporary issues. We encourage people to post in either English or Russian.
To Subscribe: Send an e-mail to: camsp-l-request@camsp.uz
Posting Address: camsp-l@camsp.uz
Website: http://www.camsp.uz/mailman/listinfo/camsp-l

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Subscribe to any of the following newsletters at: http://www.carnegieendowment.org/resources/index.cfm?fa=newsletters

Carnegie e-news, sent every other week, keeps you informed of the latest conferences, books, policy briefs, working papers, and news from the Carnegie Endowment. Click here for archive.

Carnegie Proliferation News provides a synopsis of top news stories related to weapons of mass destruction and missile defense every Tuesday and Thursday as well as periodic issue briefs on the top news-making issues.

Foreign Policy e-Alert offers monthly updates with links to online resources on international affairs and the latest features in Foreign Policy, the award-winning magazine of global politics, economics, and ideas.

Caspian News ( Eurasia)
Caspian News (Eurasia) is the mailing list of the International Institute for Caspian Studies. Informing you on subjects regarding the socio-political and economical aspects of the Caspian Sea and all surrounding countries. Including Iran, Kazakstan, Azerbaijan, Daghestan, Russia, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Georgia, Turkmenistan, and the Caucasus. The mailing list also covers issues regarding the gas and oil industry in that region.
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to eurasia-subscribe@topica.com
Posting Address: eurasiae@topica.com
Website: http://www.caspianstudies.com
Archive: http://www.topica.com/lists/eurasia/read

CEELI-L
Covers legal reform in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union: http://mail.abanet.org/scripts/wa.exe?SUBED1=ceeli-l&A=1

CEEMAN-L Mailing List
CEEMAN-L is a mailing list for business/economics faculty in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Newly-Independent States (NIS) of the former Soviet Union. The purpose of the list is to distribute information about new funding opportunities, information and research resources, and to facilitate partnerships between western business schools and business schools in Central/Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia.
To Subscribe: Send an e-mail with the text "sub CEEMAN-L YourFirstName YourLastName" to: listserv@lists.maine.edu
Posting Address: ceeman-l@lists.maine.edu 
Archive: http://ecolu-info.unige.ch/archives/

CENASIA
Former Soviet Republics - Central Asia Political Discussion List
Discussion of politics and other questions related to Central Asia.
To Subscribe: Send an e-mail with the text "subscribe CENASIA YourFirstName YourLastName" to listserv@lists.mcgill.ca

CentralAsiaNews
CentralAsiaNews carries news from all around Central Asia and parts of the Caucasus (Azerbaijan).
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to centralasianews-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
Posting Address: centralasianews@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/centralasianews

Central-Asia-Harvard-List
Announcement List for Central Asian Studies at Harvard Univ.
The Harvard Program on Central Asia operates an e-mail distribution list for Central Asian Studies at Harvard and in the broader Harvard community.  All those interested in learning about what is going on in Central Asian Studies around Harvard are encouraged to subscribe.
Website: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~centasia/Subscribe_CAHL.html
Archive: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~centasia/cahl_arch.html
To Subscribe: Visit the webpage (as shown above) ; or send a message with the text "subscribe Central-Asia-Harvard-List" to: majordomo@fas.harvard.edu

Central-Asia-Inst-List
This is a discussion forum designed to facilitate communication and collaboration in our efforts to build initiatives and institutions in Central Asian Studies.  This e-mail discussion forum amounts to a place where the widely dispersed individuals and institutions in Central Asian Studies can come together and discuss ideas and initiatives for developing the field.
To subscribe to Central-Asia-Inst-List:  majordomo@fas.harvard.edu

CentralAsia-L
Announcement List for Central Asian Studies

Central-Eurasia-L is an e-mail announcement list for Central Asian Studies. The purpose of this list is to enable the distribution of announcements about matters of interest to Central Asian Studies. This information distribution list is moderated and is *not* for discussion, and therefore subscribers need not fear lengthy messages or opinion and polemics. Anyone wishing to be aware of events, opportunities, resources, and programs in Central Asian Studies is welcome to subscribe free of charge.

To subscribe to Central-Eurasia-L, submit the form at: http://cesww.fas.harvard.edu/CESWW_Central-Eurasia-L.html
To send an announcement to Central-Eurasia-L, address it to: CentralAsia-L@fas.harvard.edu
Subscription: Open; Current subscribership: ~3,700
Submissions: Moderated; Traffic: ca. 2-3 messages/day average
Moderator: John Schoeberlein (schoeber@fas.harvard.edu)

CivilSoc
Civil Society News and Resources for the NIS is managed by Civil Society International and is offered at no charge for those interested in issues of democracy and development in the post-Communist societies of the former Soviet Union (FSU region) and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE region). 
CivilSoc carries announcements about projects, new organizations, resources (print and electronic), job and grant opportunities, upcoming conferences and other events. Subscribers are encouraged to make their own postings, which can include queries directed to other list members, by sending them directly to: civilsoc@lists.civilsoc.org. To view prior postings to CivilSoc, visit the CivilSoc Archives.
You can join or leave CivilSoc, or manage your account, from the following web page: http://lists.civilsoc.org/mailman/listinfo/civilsoc.

Economist Articles by Subject alerts
notifies you whenever an article is published in The Economist on a topic of your choice. (These include Banking, Mergers, Globalisation, Economics and more). The alerts are delivered every Monday. For subscribers only. http://economist.com/email/#

EINNEWS
EINnews
provides you access to breaking news that is organized within 260+ country, regional, U.S. States and specialized topic sections. EINnews content is derived from monitoring over 4,000 different online sources and is designed to save you money by reducing time needed for your online research. More than one million people turn to EINnews for breaking news each year. http://www.einnews.com/login.php?redir=%2Fusers%2Fnewsletter_subscription.phpFnidD100001

Eurasia-Geopolitics
The purpose of this list is to discuss geopolitical relations and the internal politics of the countries of the Central Eurasian Region, including countries of the Former Soviet Union, Balkans, formerly Communist Central Europe, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Participants are encouraged to contribute information and opinion about the region's geopolitical relations or particular countries. Emphasis will be on serious discussion and exchange of information from a comparative perspective.
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to eurasia-geopolitics-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
Posting Address: eurasia-geopolitics@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/eurasia-geopolitics/

Eurasia Partners Listserve
Subscribe to the Foundation's "Eurasia Partners" electronic newsletter for current information:

New partnership grants
EF announcements
Partnership grant highlights
Link to recent list of Eurasia Foundation field-based and partnership grants on the Foundation web site
You can subscribe by sending an e-mail message to listcaster@listserver.eurasia.org with "subscribe partners" in the message body. Please do not send any other message, as this is an automated system.

Eurasia Security Watch
AFPC's newest bulletin, provides weekly coverage of important developments in foreign and security policy related to the Middle East and Central Asia. The Eurasia Security Watch was launched in October of 2003, and is produced under the auspices of AFPC's Eurasia Program.

Eurasianet Weekly Bulletin
a leading Internet News service, covering the countries of Central Asia and the Caucasus, as well as Afghanistan, Turkey, the Middle East and Mongolia.  A comprehensive resource, the website provides exclusive analysis, emphasizing in-depth coverage of political economic and social issues largely unaddressed by other information sources. It provides an outlet for opinions that challenge conventional wisdom. Contributors are based both in the West and in the region. EurasiaNet is also a consolidator of news and information from outside sources, including the British Broadcasting Corporation, Radio Free Europe-Radio Liberty and Interfax. Its database of links and resources concerning the Caucasus and Central Asia is perhaps the most comprehensive found anywhere on the World Wide Web.
Subscribe at http://www.eurasianet.org

Ferghana-Valley
Discussion of issues relating to building civil harmony and prosperity in the Ferghana Valley (Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan).
To Subscribe: Visit: http://www.friends-partners.org/mailman/listinfo.cgi/ferghana-valley; or send an e-mail with the subject "subscribe" to: ferghana-valley-request@friends-partners.org
Posting Address: ferghana-valley@friends-partners.org
Website: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~casww/CASWW_Ferghana-Valley.html

The FERGHANA-VALLEY discussion list was established to serve as a tool for addressing development issues in the Ferghana Valley.  The discussion list is open to all who are interested in the welfare of the Valley.
To Subscribe to Ferghana-Valley, send your request to: schoeber@fas.harvard.edu

Foreign Aid Advisory
examines U.S. assistance and cooperation programs with other countries, particularly with the republics of the former Soviet Union.

Foreign Policy Association Newsletters
Sign up for any of the following free newsletters at http://www.fpa.org/feedback2473/feedback.htm
Global Views -A weekly roundup of the opinions of world leaders, NGOs and the media.
FPA Today- Information about upcoming events, publications and conferences.
Great Decisions Online - A weekly update of new resources and information on our site.
Global Jobs - A weekly update of international career opportunities posted to our site.
Foreign Policy Alert - An interactive guide to foreign policy legislation in the Congress.
Editor's Picks: - A weekly review of books on global affairs by the editors of FPA.

Friends of Kyrgistan
Interested parties that don't want to join NPCA and become a full member of the Friends of Kyrgyzstan can participate as a subscriber. Subscribers will receive updates and news from the Yahoo Groups listserve and can access the forum on this website.
To join the listserve, simply contact us (http://www.friendsofkyrgyzstan.org/aboutus/contactus.htm) and provide us with
your name, email address, your affliation (active or returned Peace Corps volunteer,
relative or friend of PCV, current or former PC staff member, Kyrgyzstan citizen, friend), your PCV program (if a PCV), your years of service (if a PCV or PC staff member), your Peace Corps site, including village / town and oblast (if a PCV)
Your personal information, including your email address, will never be revealed or distributed outside of our group without your explicit permission or request.

H-ISLAMART
H-Islamart promotes high standards of scholarship and instruction in the history of Islamic Art. Its purpose is to facilitate communication among its members through meetings and through the HIA Newsletter and Directory; and to promote scholarly cooperation among persons and organizations concerned with the study of Islamic Art.
To Subscribe: Visit: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/lists/subscribe.cgi?list=H-Islamart
Posting Address: h-islamart@h-net.msu.edu
Website: http://www.h-net.msu.edu/~islamart/

H-TURK
The e-mail list for humanists and social scientists in the general area of Turkish studies [including the Ottoman past and more general Turkic present--Central Asian Turks as well as Middle Eastern and Balkan Turks. It is owned by the Turkish Studies Association [TSA].
To Subscribe: Visit: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/lists/subscribe.cgi?list=H-Turk
Posting Address: h-turk@h-net.msu.edu
Website: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/~turk/

Health Action in Tajikistan
The Emergency Preparedness and Response (EHA) programme at WHO Regional Office for Europe. EHA also publishes the Health Action in Tajikistan newsletter, compiled by the WHO integrated office in Tajikistan as well as updates on the emergency situation in Uzbekistan.To receive the newsletter and updates, please contact: Jeffrey V. Lazarus [jla@who.dk] Information Officer, Emergency Preparedness and Response (EHA), WHO Regional Office for Europe, DK 2100 Copenhagen.

HRW News Afghanistan, Central and South Asia (Human Rights Watch)
The latest updates on developments in Afghanistan and elsewhere in Central and South Asia stemming from the September 11 attacks in the United States. This is a read-only list.
To subscribe to the HRW Afghanistan, Central and South Asia list send an email message to afghanistan-subscribe@topica.email-publisher.com

HRW News – Europe and Central Asia (Human Rights Watch)
This list makes available all press releases and public letters written by Human Rights Watch concerning various countries in Europe and Central Asia. This is a read-only list. To subscribe to the HRW Europe and Central Asia News list send an email message to hrw-news-europe-subscribe@topica.email-publisher.com

IAS International Exchange
Information list for the Islamic Area Studies Project (Japan).
To Subscribe: Visit: http://www.l.u-tokyo.ac.jp/IAS/HP-e2/mailing.html
Posting Address: ias-jp@l.u-tokyo.ac.jp 
Website: http://www.l.u-tokyo.ac.jp/IAS/

IAUNRC_Announce
Announcements on Inner Asian and Uralic studies at Indiana University.
To Subscribe: Send a message with the text "subscribe IAUNRC_Announce" to majordomo@indiana.edu 

Idel-Ural Tatarlary
Idel-Ural Tatarlary mail group is created for the purpose of uniting Tatars, who recognize Idel-Ural (Bulgar, Kazan Khanate) as their historical motherland.
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to: idel-ural-subscribe@yahoogroups.com 
Posting Address: idel-ural@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/idel-ural

IICS-News
IICS-News is the discussion list of the International Institute for Caspian Studies. In this list we will discuss the socio, economic and political situation of the Caspian Sea and related topics and regions. Covering Iran, Daghestan, Kazakstan, Kirgizstan, Azerbaijan, Russia, Afghanistan. It also covers items related to the oil and industry in that region.
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to: iics-news-subscribe@topica.com 
Posting Address: IICS-News@topica.com
Website: http://www.topica.com/lists/iics-news

International Crisis Group
If you would like to receive free email notifications of Crisis Group publications (with hyperlink to the relevant publication) choose 'Subscribe' from the drop-down menu, enter your email address in the next box, check the boxes of the reports you would like to be notified about, and click the submit button.
You will be sent email notifications of the reports you have requested, as well as email notifications of Crisis Group's monthly bulletin, CrisisWatch.
International Crisis Group notification@crisisgroup.org
To subscribe: http://www.crisisgroup.org/home/index.cfm?action=subscribe&l=1

ISLAM-L - History of Islam
ISLAM-L is a forum for debate, discussion, and the exchange of information by students and scholars of the history of Islam. ISLAM-L is ready to distribute newsletters from study groups, and to post announcements of meetings and calls for papers.
To Subscribe: Send an e-mail with the text "subscribe islam-l YourLastName YourFirstName" to: listserv@listserv.louisville.edu

Kazaklist
Kazakstan Discussion, Information and News List
Kazaklist is a mailing list for sharing information about Kazakstan and the Kazak people. Posts about Central Asia of a general nature are also welcome
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to: kazaklist-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
Posting Address: kazaklist@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/kazaklist

Kazakhstan Elections and Politics
An email list for those interested in sharing news and information about Kazakhstan's elections and politics. You can subscribe by going to this webpage: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Kaz-Elections/

Kazaklist
Kazaklist is a discussion group about Kazakstan. News about Kazak economic, political, and legal affairs are often posted to the list.
To Subscribe: Send an e-mail with the text "subscribe Kazaklist" to majordomo@indiana.edu

Kazakhstan News Bulletin
Released weekly by the Embassy of Kazakhstan to the USA and Canada
For back issues, more news and information visit us at www.kazakhembus.com

News Bulletin of the Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the USA and Canada
(Compiled from own sources and agency reports)
Contact person: Roman Vassilenko
1401 16th Street NW, Washington, DC  20036
Tel.: (202) 232- 5488 ext. 104, Fax: (202) 232- 5845
info@kazakhembus.com

Kirgiz - World Kyrgyz Community Discussion List
The reason, idea and aim of creating this e-Group is to help Kyrgyz people living and studying all around the world. All For a Better Kyrgyzstan!
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to: kirgiz-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

KyrgyzNews
News all about Kyrgyzstan. A web based mailing tool to share all the information concerning and about Kyrgyzstan. Currently, there are mainly daily news from Kyrgyz Service of Radio Liberty, Prague, as well as some reports from different financial institutions (see Files folder).
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to kyrgyznews-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

Managing Multiethnic Communities Listserve
The list is an initiative of the LGI Managing Multiethnic Communities Project, Open Society Institute. It is aimed at serving as a clearing-house of information on news and events, publications, innovative policy initiatives and research activities relevant to ethnic relations, multicultural politics, conflict prevention in multiethnic communities of Central and Eastern Europe, Southeastern Europe and the Newly Independent States.
The multiethnic list is a partner list of the COMIR, Consortium of Minority Resources.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/multiethnic/

MDAC
Mental Disability Advocacy Center
Promoting and protecting the rights of people with mental health problems and/or intellectual disabilities in 28 countries of central and eastern Europe, NIS and central Asia
MDAC's list-serve is not a discussion forum, but it is an effective tool to distribute information regarding the human rights of people with mental disability in our region. If you wish to post a message, please forward the text to mdac@mdac.info, and, if the content is suitable for the site, MDAC staff will promptly post the message.
Go to http://www.mdac.info/news_reports/listserve.htm to subscribe.

MUTTI-L
MUTTI-L is an open, unmoderated mailing list dedicated to discussions on Independence for Eastern Turkestan, Inner Mongolia, Tibet and Taiwan.
To Subscribe: Send an e-mail with the text "subscribe MUTTI-L" to: majordomo@taklamakan.org
Posting Address: mutti-l@taklamakan.org
Website: http://www.taklamakan.org/mutti-l/

NISJobs
This list is for postings jobs related to the former Soviet Union. The jobs are mostly located in the US for non-profit organizations or elsewhere in the NIS.
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to nisjobs-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
Posting Address: nisjobs@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nisjobs

NISScholarships
This is a moderated listserv for the posting of scholarship announcements related to the former Soviet Union. Messages will include both opportunities for study at Western institutions and also institutions in the former Soviet Union.
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to: nisscholarships-subscribe@yahoogroups.com 
Posting Address: nisscholarships@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nisscholarships

OECDdirect (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
A free and time-saving e-mail alert service. Once you've selected the themes that interest you, choose to receive personalized e-mails announcing new publications, statistics updates and free newsletters related to your topics of interest.
To register, first sign up to MyOECD/OECDdirect (top right-hand corner of most pages) and follow the online instructions. Select the themes that interest you, then choose from the related book/CD-Rom subject areas, periodical titles, online statistical databases and free newsletters available. Once you have registered, you'll start to receive e-mails from OECD direct only in the areas you have chosen.
http://www.oecd.org/home/

Oriental-List
The list provides a forum for the discussion of travel in China, and across China's borders to its nearer neighbors, including Mongolia, the new Central Asian States, Pakistan, Nepal, Indo-China, etc. Practical travel queries; discussions of the merits of individual destinations or routes; accounts of individual experiences; historical and cultural material relevant to China travel; reviews and notifications of other China travel resources (publications, websites, public lectures, etc); political, legal, and ethical matters to do with travel in China; and China travel news items are all welcome.
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to: subscribe-oriental-list@list.xianzai.com

OXIANA
This is a travel discussion list for people interested in TRAVEL in Central Asia, specifically Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Northern Iran, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Xinjiang, as well as some historically affiliated parts of North Indialike Jammu-Kashmir.
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to oxiana-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
Posting Address: oxiana@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://www.yahoogroups.com/group/oxiana

Post-Socialist-Geographies
This list has been set up as a discussion forum for the Post Socialist Geographies Working Party of the Institute of British Geographers, but is open to anyone with an interest post-communist transformations. The main purpose of this mailbase is to encourage dialogue between researchers working in disparate fields but with a common interest in developing theoretically-informed critical approaches to the study of the geographies of systemic transformations in post-socialist spaces.
Posting Address: post-socialist-geographies@jiscmail.ac.uk
Website: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/post-socialist-geographies.html

Research-L
This is to find research partners and to post requests for research assistance. Post your research topic. Focus on Uzbekistan and neighboring regions.
To Subscribe: Visit: http://www.irex-scholars.uz/; or send an e-mail with the text "subscribe" to: research-l-request@irex-scholars.uz
Posting Address: research-l@irex-scholars.uz
Website: http://www.irex-scholars.uz/

RFE/RL Newsline
The RFE/RL Newsline offers the latest news from the former Soviet Union and Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe. It is distributed electronically Monday through Friday. To subscribe, send the message "SUBSCRIBE RFERL-L YourFirstName YourLastName" (without the quotation marks and inserting your name where shown) to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.BUFFALO.EDU  (No subject line or other text should be included.)

Russian-Studies
This is a mailing list for members of the academic community studying the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe and thus corresponds to the area of interest of BASEES, the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies. The mail list is organized from the Centre for Russian and East European Studies at the University of Birmingham
Posting Address: russian-studies@jiscmail.ac.uk
Website: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/russian-studies.html

SilkRoad-L
Silkroad-L is an unmoderated list. It is mainly used to act as a bulletin board for recent discoveries, news, and publications. It serves as an exchange for queries and answers. Discussion on the Silk Road related subjects is welcome.
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to silkroad-l-subscribe@topica.com
Posting Address: silkroad-l@topica.com
Website: www.silkroadfoundation.org

SMongol-L
SMONGOL-L is an open, unmoderated mailing list dedicated to discussions on Southern (Inner) Mongolia, the people and related topics
To Subscribe: Send an e-mail with the text "SUBscribe SMONGOL-L" to majordomo@taklamakan.org
Posting Address: smongol-l@taklamakan.org
Website: http://www.taklamakan.org/smongol-l

Tatar-L - Tatar E-Mail List
Tatar/Tatarstan culture discussion group. For Tatars and non-Tatars interested in Tatar culture, history or current affairs. We accept posts in any language, but prefer English or Tatar. You have to be a member to post, but anyone can read the archive.
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to: tatar-l-subscribe@yahoogroups.com 
Posting Address: tatar-l@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/tatar-l

TESL-L
Forum for teachers of English to speakers of other languages
tesl-l@cunyvm.cuny.edu 
Usenet: bit.listserv.tesl-l

There are also discussion subgroups (available also from  LISTSERV at CUNYVM):

  • TESLCA-L Computer assisted language learning
  • TESLEC-L Pen-pals
  • TESLIC-L Intercultural communication
  • TESLIE-L Intensive English program
  • TESLIT-L Adult education and literacy
  • TESLJB-L Jobs and employment issues

TOL Newsletter
Transitions Online: Unique coverage of the region’s 28 post-communist countries.
Sign up at: http://archive.tol.cz/subsnews.html

Turkistan-L
Discussion of the region of Turkistan.
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to: turkistan-l-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
Posting Address: turkistan-l@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/turkistan-l

Turkoloji - Turkology Communication and Discussion Group
Turkology Communication and Discussion Group is an e-mail group on Turkish language, literature, history, art etc.
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to: turkoloji-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
Posting Address: turkoloji@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/turkoloji

UIGHUR-L
UIGHUR-L is dedicated to the discussions on Eastern Turkestan (this region is also known as Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of PRC), the Uighur people and related topics. UIGHUR-L is a medium for discussing Eastern Turkestan(i)-related (views and opinions on) culture and arts (literature, culinary, music, dances, songs, poetry, paintings); history, religion; economics and business; politics, humanitarian aid and refugees; education, science and research; travel, tourism and geography; sports and entertainment; and of course, the topic of high importance: organizing and coordinating Eastern Turkestani/Uighur support activities.
Posting Address: uighur-l@taklamakan.org
Website: http://www.taklamakan.org/uighur-l/

Uzbek-News
The list is for exchange of information and distribution of news items covering ongoing developments in today's Uzbekistan.
To Subscribe: Send a blank e-mail to: uzbek-news-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
Posting Address: uzbek-news@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/uzbek-news

Women-East-West
The electronic mailing list women-east-west is an open, unmoderated space for exchange on gender issues in Central and Eastern Europe and former Soviet Union. women-east-west also carries general announcements about the Network of East-West Women and is the main point of exchange for organizations and individual members participating in our projects.
Subscribe by going to: http://www.neww.org.pl/mailman/listinfo/women-east-west

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