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

October 20, 2019

Islamic Studies Continue to Develop

On October 1-6, 2019, the III Forum of Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Scholars on “Islamic Intellectual Thought in the CIS Countries: Past, Present and the Way Forward” was held in Istanbul [IIIT, 2019]. The forum was jointly organized by Azerbaijan Public Association ‘Idrak’ and the International Institute of Islamic […]
October 10, 2019

Shaping the Future

September 11 this year, the results of the World University Rankings 2020 were published, providing information that gives some stability to the academic community and the hope that higher education in the world is still developing in the global environment, overcomes crisis phenomena with more or less success, and affects […]
September 30, 2019

A Date that cannot be Undone

Reading is one of the most useful human skills, which makes it possible to acquire and create knowledge; the reading process is easy because it is quickly mastered by almost every child, and difficult because it involves increased work of consciousness, intelligence, soul, if we talk about reading as a […]
September 10, 2019

Central Asian Heritage in Western Visual Sources: Examples from USA and Russia

Interest in culture and history of Central Asia outside the countries of this region has been maintained for many decades and even centuries. A large role is played by repositories, libraries, museums of countries of the world whose archived written and visual materials can significantly expand the list of resources […]
July 31, 2019

Are Humanities Still Relevant?

There is no doubt that the world of the 21st century relies heavily on rapid changes in natural sciences and technology. Many experts and reputable scientists, as well as politicians and businessmen, believe that humanities have passed the peak of their development, have lost their prestige, and, more-over, are in […]
July 12, 2019

Deepfakes’ Social Risks

Deepfakes is a technology of artificial fraud, which generates realistic audio or video depicting someone saying or doing something that he or she never said or did. As a general rule, it is very difficult to detect digital manipulation, and easy enough to make it with a computer and some […]
June 24, 2019

Big Data in the Sphere of Culture

The influence and value of Big Data on innovation and efficiency growth in many areas of human activity is no longer in doubt. Big Data is a variety of tools, approaches, and methods for processing an enormous amount of structured and unstructured data in order to use it for specific […]
June 7, 2019

What Jobs Will Be In Demand In The Future?

In recent years, not only experts and analysts in the field of industrial and economic development, but also people less knowledgeable in this area – parliamentarians, journalists, bloggers, and participants in all kinds of public debates, have spoken about the future challenges in the labor market, such as the reduction, […]
May 11, 2019

“Third Age” Wants To Learn

Back in 1973, a very interesting social program emerged in France – “University of the Third Age” (U3A), which meant the creation of a network of higher education institutions for pensioners who are believed to be in the third period of their life after the two previous ones – active […]
April 15, 2019

The Role of Language in Expanding Global Collaboration

From 9 to 11 April 2019, the Center for Research and Intercommunication Knowledge in Al-Riyadh (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) held the first conference on Asian Arabic studies with the participation of 90 researchers from 18 countries of the Asian region, which included Indonesia, Malaysia, China, Central Asia, Maldives and others […]