The following were scheduled presentations during the main conference.
- Owen Lattimore and Agriculture in Mongolia: Rethinking the Role of Agriculture in Mongolian History
Elizabeth Endicott, Professor Emerita of History, Middlebury College (unable to attend but paper available)
- Owen Lattimore’s concept on mutual realtionship between sedentary and nomadic civilizations
Dr.Sh.Bira, Executive Director, IAMS
- Owen Lattimore on Contemporary Mongolia
Dr. Ts. Ishdorj, Secretary, IAMS
- Strategies for Research, With a Focus on Archival Materials
Laura L.Wong, Librarian, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD USA
- The Relevance of Owen Lattimore's Writings for Current Research on Nomadic Pastoralism in Inner Asia.
Daniel J. Miller, Project Development Officer, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) American Embassy, Chanakyapuri New Delhi, India 110021
- The Desert Road to Turkestan Revisited: Examining Chinese Landscape Change through the Work of Owen Lattimore.
Charles Krusekopf, Associate Professor, School of Environment and Sustainability, Royal Roads University
Mark Giordano, Head, Institutions and Policies, Global Research Division, International Water Research Institute
- Bogd Jibzundamba YIII in Owen Lattimore’s works and current status of Bogd YIII studies
Dr. O. Batsaikhan, Institute for International Studies, MAS
- American Orientalist and Mongolist Owen Lattimore as the Founder of Inner Asian Studies
Dr. N. Altantsetseg, School of Foreign Service, NUM
- Inner Asia as a Zone of Conservative Adaptation of State-Owned Enterprises in the Conditions of Unrestructured Transition Economies with Traditional Sectors. The Cases of Mongolia, Northern and Northeastern China, and Siberia.
Dr. Ivan Peshkov, The Institute of Eastern Studies, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland