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KIX EAP Podcast #1: Duishon Shamatov Associate Professor at Nazarbayev University

The first episode of the KIX EAP Podcast is hosted by Ryan Allen, Assistant Professor, Chapman University (USA), featuring Duishon Shamatov, Associate Professor at Nazarbayev University (Kazakhstan). In this episode, Professor Shamatov talks about his international research career from Pakistan to Canada, and how he returned to give back to his community in Central Asia through his work in academia. Originally from Kyrgyzstan, Professor Shamatov offers a unique view into educational research and policies of post-soviet systems.

The KIX EAP Podcast promotes a diversity of voices in the education discourse, with guests from government, academia, or civil society. Our host Ryan Allen talks with senior education intellectuals, authors and practitioners connected with the Europe, Asia-Pacific region. The hub has team members representing all 21 of the countries in the region who help identify guests for the show. Reach out to us if you have suggestions of individuals that you think should be on the Podcast.

The KIX EAP Podcast promotes a diversity of voices in the education discourse, with guests from government, academia, or civil society. Our host Ryan Allen interviews senior education intellectuals, authors and practitioners connected with the Europe, Asia and Pacific region. The hub has team members representing all 21 of the countries in the region who help identify guests for the show. Reach out to us if you have suggestions of individuals that you think should be on the Podcast.

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More information and subscriptions: https://www.norrag.org/kix-eap-podcast/


This work was supported by the Global Partnership for Education Knowledge and Innovation Exchange, a joint endeavour with the International Development Research Centre, Canada. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of IDRC or its Board of Governors, GPE, or KIX- EAP and NORRAG.

 

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