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Author Rossabi, Morris
Title Governing China's Multiethnic Frontiers
Imprint Seattle : University of Washington Press, 2004
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Descript 1 online resource (305 pages)
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Series Studies on Ethnic Groups in China Ser
Studies on Ethnic Groups in China Ser
Note Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction - Morris Rossabi -- 1/ White Hats, Oil Cakes, and Common Blood: The Hui in the Contemporary Chinese State - Jonathan N. Lipman -- 2/ The Challenge of Sipsong Panna in the Southwest Development: Resources, and Power in a Multiethnic China - Mette Halskov Hansen -- 3/ Inner Mongolia: The Dialectics of Colonization and Ethnicity Building - Uradyn E. Bulag -- 4/ Heteronomy and Its Discontents: "Minzu Regional Autonomy" in Xinjiang - Gardner Bovingdon -- 5/ Making Xinjiang Safe for the Han? : Contradictions and Ironies of Chinese Governance in China's Northwest - David Bachman -- 6/ Tibet and China in the Twentieth Century - Melvyn C. Goldstein -- 7/ A Thorn in the Dragon's Side: Tibetan Buddhist Culture in China - Matthew T. Kapstein -- Bibliography -- Contributors -- Index
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Link Print version: Rossabi, Morris Governing China's Multiethnic Frontiers Seattle : University of Washington Press,c2004 9780295983905
Subject Minorities -- Government policy -- China -- Congresses.;China -- Ethnic relations -- Political aspects -- Congresses
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