The University of Sydney Central Asian Programme
The University of Sydney Central Asian Programme was established in 1992 to support research into Central Asia. Under the auspices of USCAP four collaborative archaeological programmes are currently in progress in Afghanistan, China, Kashmir and Uzbekistan. USCAP also organises workshops and conferences, and promotes academic and popular publications. A key aim is to encourage the publication of research by citizens of Central Asian countries in English language journals and monographs. More information on the activities of USCAP can be obtained by contacting the Director, Professor Alison Betts.