Gulnar Nadirova

Gulnar Nadirova

Senior Research fellow

Nadirova Gulnar Ermuratovna graduated from the Oriental Faculty of Leningrad State University, in 1990 she defended her thesis on the Algerian literature at the Moscow Institute of Oriental Studies, in 2006 doctoral thesis - on modern Tunisian literature at the Tashkent Institute of Oriental Studies, Professor.

Staff's Publications


December 10, 2020

Creative Economy

Knowledge and creativity are the new “oil” of the 21st century, and this opinion is increasingly recognized. New industries have been born revolving around these concepts, building what is known today as the creative economy. The development of the definition of the creative economy is still an ongoing process. The […]
November 9, 2020

Civil Activism in the Era of Coronavirus

The past few months have given new insight into the phenomenon of civic activism. This is primarily due to the spread of the pandemic throughout the world and the natural desire of people to rally to confront this threat. One of the most complete and classic definitions of civic activism […]
November 9, 2020

Influence of PISA on Educational Systems: Global and Local Dimensions

There is a considerable number of various international rankings that measure different intercountry variables, such as GDP, levels of political freedom, and others. However, one of the basic and most fundamental factors that influence economic, social, and political conditions is education. Among many educational tests available for the international community […]
October 27, 2020

International University Ranking Systems

In the international Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings 2021, al-Farabi Kazakh National University rose to the 165th position right after the British University of Exeter and ahead of the American Rochester University and Taiwan’s National Tsing Hua University. This fact can be regarded as a significant success for the […]
October 25, 2020

Financial Challenges for Higher Education

The coronavirus pandemic has drastically changed the world. Higher education has been one of the most affected spheres so far. While some see the pandemic as a chance for a revolution long-awaited in the academic sphere, others focus their attention on immediate challenges and threats it has brought with it […]
October 25, 2020

The Role of Religion in Tough Times

When trouble comes into the house, all means are good to save your family, especially if the house is practically the whole world, and the family is all of humanity. One of such powerful tools in a global pandemic can be  religion for those people in whose life it occupies […]
October 25, 2020

Quarantine Virtual Art

Global pandemic has changed humanity’s daily routine in various ways, mostly introducing negative effects to it. However, there are silver linings even during such times. One of the most unexpected, yet admirable side effects of the coronavirus pandemic is that it has opened the opportunities for enriching people’s lives in […]
October 24, 2020

The Need for Information Hygiene

Among the terms that appeared not so long ago, but firmly taking their place in today’s vocabulary, there is another one that sounds somewhat unusual – information hygiene. However, given that hygiene is not just a series of procedures, but science that studies how the external environment affects the human […]
October 24, 2020

Preschool Education: Responsibility and Needs

The importance of the early period in the lives of children, that is, from the moment of birth to the time they enter school, has become more clearly recognized by society in recent years, and all countries of the world. What previously seemed to be a purely family affair and […]
October 24, 2020

Pitfalls of Academic Mobility

The academic mobility of students today is one of the inevitable and acclaimed factors in the globalization of education, which for many countries is a conscious goal. In some countries, foreign students cover the shortage of local youth, enabling universities to preserve the existence of faculties, specialties, and traditions. It […]