Aziz Ismatov

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Aziz Ismatov
Nagoya University

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Oct 2014
Assistant Professor, Asian Satellite Campuses Institute (Graduate School of Law), Nagoya University


Oct 2011
Sep 2014
LL.D. (Comparative Law), Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University
Mar 2014
May 2014
Visiting Scholar, University of California, (Los Angeles) Central Asia Department at UCLA
Mar 2013
May 2013
Visiting Scholar, Institute for East European Law (Germany, Regensburg)
Oct 2009
Sep 2011
LL.M. (Comparative Law), Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University
Sep 2004
Jun 2009
Russian-English, International Law Faculty, The University of World Economy and Diplomacy

Conference Activities & Talks

Citizenship and Ethnicity in the Context of the Post-Socialist Reforms in Central Asia. Between Inclusive and Exclusive [Invited]
Aziz Ismatov
Australasian Association for Communist and Post-Communist Studies 14th Biennial Conference   Jan 2019   
Nagoya University’s Initiatives for International Legal and Educational Assistance in the South-East Asia, Central Asia and, Mongolia [Invited]
Aziz Ismatov
Young Researchers Round, Organized by Tsukuba University’s SPCEA (Special Program on Central Asia)   Dec 2016   
Hybrid Legal and Political Science Educational Perspectives in Asia on an Example of Asian Satellite Campuses Institute’s Doctoral Program.” [Invited]
Aziz Ismatov
The Forum of Legal System Cooperation Amongst the Countries Along the Silk Road; Forum of the Alliance of Universities along the “Belt and Road”,   Sep 2016   
Certain Aspects of Citizenship Reflected in the Constitutional Norms of the Republic of Uzbekistan [Invited]
Aziz Ismatov
Joint CALE and Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan Roundtable Dedicated to the 23rd Anniversary of Uzbek Constitution   Dec 2015   
Islamic Factor in Migrant Phobia in Russia; Public Threat or Social Stereotypes? [Invited]
Aziz Ismatov
University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies, (SOAS), Konkuk University (SMLSSK) and CALE Joint Workshop on Migration and Pluralism   Jan 2015   

Teaching Experience